VIAN 3, EUFAULA 2 – Eric Cartmill bases-loaded single drove home the winning run to lead No. 6 Vian over No. 7 Eufaula in Vian. A.J. Rodriguez pitched 6 1/3 innings, giving up three hits, two runs while recording seven strikeouts. Jon Andrews closed out the game and got the win for Vian (22-5). For Eufaula (19-7), Ronnie Hallum had two RBIs and Trey Moore (10-1) suffered his first loss of the season, giving up seven hits while striking out 10.
METRO CHRISTIAN 11, HASKELL 3 – Tony Brown doubled in a run and Lane Young had an RBI single for Haskell (10-9) in a road loss against 4A No. 6 Metro Christian. Dillion Dobbins was the losing pitcher.
SEQUOYAH 9, WESTVILLE 2 – For the Indians (6-8), Elijah Tucker had five RBIs including a home run, his third of the season, and Billy Sunday and Kyle Sanders each had an RBI. Tucker was credited with the win.
CENTRAL 8, HULBERT 0 – Stats were not available at press time.
KEYS 5, FORT GIBSON 2 – Mitch Allison’s three-run double broke a 2-2 tie in the top of the ninth to lift the 3A No. 16 Cougars (18-8). Allison had a single, two doubles, and four RBIs. Seth Fritts pitched the first six innings, and Dillon Stratton pitched the final three innings and was credited with the win. For Fort Gibson (9-14), Dylan Nuckolls pitched the first seven innings, giving up three hits and one unearned run, and Garrett Moore pitched the final two innings, giving up five hits, and four runs on four errors and suffering the loss.
TAHLEQUAH SPLITS — Tahlequah lost 11-7 and won 3-1 in a doubleheader against Grove.
5A DISTRICTS AT SEQUOYAH – The 5A No. 10 Lady Indians (15-8) swept their way to a district title. In game one, Checotah beat Keys 9-4. Sequoyah run ruled Keys 15-0 in the second game. Sequoyah then beat Checotah back-to-back, winning 12-0 in game three and 11-1 in game four. The 5A No.10 Lady Indians are district champs. Mariah Hooper pitched for the wins for Sequoyah.
GORE 6, OKAY 0 – Abby Brown was 3-for-4, and Melanie Dean was 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Gore, as the Lady Pirates (10-11) were able to shut out Okay on the road. Brown was the winning pitcher.
JENKS 7, FORT GIBSON 1 – After trailing 2-1 with two outs in the bottom of the fourth inning, 6A No. 16 Fort Gibson gave up three unearned runs to 6A No. 9 Jenks. The Lady Tigers gave up a total of six unearned runs. For Fort Gibson, Kyla Martin was 2-for-3, and Tony Rowland drove in the lone run for the Lady Tigers (7-9). Amber Moore was the losing pitcher.
HULBERT 8, OAKS 4 – Ashlyn Riley was 3-for-3, and Krista Bowlin was 3-for-3 and drove in three runs for Hulbert, as the Lady Riders (9-12) picked up a win at home.
BRAGGS 13, INDIANOLA 9 – Kris Perry’s grand slam broke a 9-9 tie in the seventh for Graggs (10-8). Perry had 6 RBIs in the game. Kim Igert (8-6) was the winning pitcher.
OKTAHA TAKES THREE-WAY – The Class 4A No. 6 Lady Tigers improved to 17-7 with a 9-6 win over Warner and an 8-0 run-rule of Weeletka. No stats were available at press time.
WELEETKA 3, WARNER 1 – Stats were not available at press time.