, Muskogee, OK

April 6, 2013

Prep roundup

By Mike Kays
Phoenix Staff Reports


CLAREMORE SEQUOYAH 4, FORT GIBSON  0 – The Fort Gibson Tigers dropped its decision to Claremore Sequoyah at the Claremore Wood Bat Festival on Friday.

WEBBERS FALLS at PANOLA was canceled because of wet grounds at Panola.

EUFAULA 6, WESTVILLE 2—Cody Faries led the Ironheads to a win over Westville with a 3-for-3 game at the plate. The winning pitcher was Trey Moore who is now 3-2, giving up seven runs and striking out five.

WAGONER 3, TULSA MEMORIAL 2—The Bulldogs won behind the strong performance from Wyat Grooms both on the mound and at the plate. Grooms was credited with the win improving his record to 3-1. Grooms was 2-for-3 and had a double, scored two runs and hit a home run, his first of the year. Wagoner plays in the finals of the Inola tournament at noon today versus Catoosa.

WARNER 14 OKAY 0— The Warner Eagles won behind Tristan VanDaley’s no-hitter against Okay in the Gore tournament. VanDaley struck out five for the day. Top hitters were Justin Wright who was 2-for-3 with three RBIs, Gage Sparrow going 2-for-2 with a home run and Cody Coffman was 2-for-3 with an RBI.

OKTAHA SPLITS— The Tigers won one and lost one in two games in the Stuart tournament held in Preston. In the first contest, they run-ruled Crowder 12-2. The winning pitcher was Justin Capps who is now 2-2, giving up two runs and three hits and striking out eight. Austin Crowder was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Daceauda Davis was 3-for-4. The second game they dropped to Hartshorne 6-5 with Davis falling to 3-3 with the loss. Dalton Martin was 2-for-3 and Caleb Shoemake for the day was 6-for-8. Oktaha (9-6) plays for third place at 2 p.m. today.


OWASSO 4, MHS 1 (BOYS) – The Roughers remained winless in District 6A-3 action with the loss to Owasso. Ernesto Martinez scored Muskogee’s (3-5, 0-3 6A-3) goal.

OWASSO 9, MUSKOGEE 2 (GIRLS) — The Lady Roughers (2-4, 0-3 6A-3) lost to the Owasso Lady Rams. In goal for the Lady Roughers in the  first half was Cassidy Drabek and in the second half was Ashley Tull. Muskogee’s two goals came in the first half the first from Morgan Springborn and the second from Paige Loston.

FORT GIBSON AT HEAVENER was moved to April 23 due to Heavener being out of school on Friday.


TWIN RIVER SHOOTOUT—The Porum Lady Panthers (14-1) split two contests in the Gore Twin Rivers Shootout, losing their first game to Heavener 7-3 while coming back to beat Gore 13-9. The pitcher in both contests was Mykelia Tillery, her record moving to 13-1. Porum’s top hitter in both contests was Carly Anderson who was 3-for-6 for the day. Katie McCullar was 5-for-6 on the afternoon and Shelby Smith was 2-for-3 in the second game and had a home run, her first of the year. Porum continues play against the Wilburton-Panama loser at 12:20 p.m. today.

In other action, Gore dropped to 0-2 in pool play losing to Keota and Porum. Panama won their game against Central Sallisaw 10-0. Central Sallisaw is 1-1 in pool play after they picked up a win over Gans 13-5. Gans is 0-2 in pool play, losing their second game to Webbers Falls 9-1.

STIGLER WINS THREE-WAY — Stigler took advantage of six Warner errors — the fourth game in a row the Lady Eagles have committed that many miscues — and avenged a 12-0 beating last week en route to a sweep of a three-way also involving Keys, played at the Warner diamond.

Stigler beat Keys 12-8 in eight innings and Warner pounded Keys 10-1 in the other game.

Carley Lyons had four hits on the day for Warner (8-5), including her third home run, a two-run blast against Keys.



Hilldale at Sallisaw, noon

Eufaula at Checotah, 2 p.m.

Fort Gibson at Berryhill, 5:30 p.m.

Bartlesville at Muskogee, noon (2)

Gore Tournament


Haskell, Oktaha at Haskell Tournament

Eufaula, Braggs at Crowder Tournament