RED OAK 8, EUFAULA 1 – The Ironheads (10-5) lost to Red Oak on Tuesday night. Eufaula left seven runs stranded on the day. The losing pitcher was Dillon Larken who dropped to 2-2 for the season. The Ironheads only run was Larken’s first home run of the year.
OKTAHA 11, GORE 7 – The Oktaha Tigers (10-6) pulled out a win over the Gore Pirates. Daceauda Davis (3-2) was credited with the win, only giving up four hits and striking out three. Caleb Shoemake was 2-for-3 with a double, Austin Crowder was 3-for-3 with four runs scored and Dalton Martin was 2-for-2 with three RBIs.
VIAN 15, PANAMA 1 – Brett Hooper (2-0) led the Wolverines to a win over Panama, striking out eight and giving up one run in the game. Dan Weer was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, Denver Coffee was 2-for-3 with three runs scored and Rowdy Simon was 2-for-3 with a grand slam home run, his first of the year, and six RBIs.
OKAY 5, PORTER 3 – Zac Cagle improved to 1-1 after the Mustangs beat the Porter Pirates. Cagle had six strikeouts and have up two hits. Cagle also went 3-for-3 at bat and had three RBIs. Okay’s record moved to 3-8 after the win.
WEBBERS FALLS 5, GANS 1 – The Warriors moved to 4-6 on the season after they downed Gans. Jordan Sharp was the winning pitcher, he only gave up one run and struck out five. R.J. Wofford was the top hitter for Webbers Falls going 2-for -3.
WARNER 15, BRAGGS 5 – The Eagles won over Braggs, improving their record to 22-4. The wInning pitcher was Tristan VanDaley who came on in relief in the first inning, giving two hits and striking out three. Levi Jones was 3-for-4 with a three-run home run, his first of the year, Cody Coffman was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, Tim Smithson was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and Gage Sparrow was 3-for-4 with an RBI.
BISHOP KELLEY 8, HILLDALE 0 – Bailey Puckett was 2-for-2 and Matthew Bargsten added a single as the Hornets dropped their second pool game at the Owasso Nike/Pro Nine tournament. Jacob Stinson took the loss on the mound. The Hornets will play Owasso on Friday at 6:30 p.m.
MHS TAKE EIGHTH — Muskogee’s Hannah Jones shot an 86 as the Lady Roughers finished eighth in a 16-team field at the Owasso Tournament. Muskogee shot a 382, while Tulsa Union won the tournament with a 295.
Jones shot 41 through the first nine holes and 45 on the back nine.
The other Lady Roughers and their scores included Sydnie Rosson (98), Katie Matthews (101), Haley Schuler (97) and Brittany Felts (102).
BARTLESVILLE 3, MUSKOGEE 1 (GIRLS) – The Muskogee Lady Roughers (2-5) fell to the Bartlesville Lady Bruins with Morgan Springborn scoring Muskogee’s only goal.
STILWELL 6, PORTER 0 (GIRLS) – The Lady Pirates (3-6) were only able to muster four shots on goal in the loss to Stilwell. Kelci Riley was in goal for Porter and had 13 saves.
VICTORY CHRISTIAN 5, HILLDALE 1 – The Hornets lost to Victory Christian which dropped their record to 2-9. Hunter Woods was the lone scorer for the Hornets. Michael Breckon was in goal for Hilldale and recorded eight saves.
GORE 8, GANS 7 – After trailing 5-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth, the Lady Pirates (1-14) won in extra innings against Gans. Autumn Johnson began the rally with a bases-loaded triple and scored the tying run on Faith Byrd’s single, then Gore won the game with three runs in the eighth. Abby Brown was the winning pitcher improving to 1-14. Byrd was 4-for-4 with an RBI.
FORT GIBSON 5-9, STILWELL 6-7 – The Lady Tigers (5-9) split a doubleheader against Stillwell. Fort Gibson led 2-0 in the first game when Stillwell hit two home runs and scored four runs. In the bottom of the seventh, the Lady Tigers had the game-tying run on second but couldn’t bring it home.
In the second contest, Fort Gibson was down 6-3 in the top of the fifth when Isabelle Hubbert hit a three-run home run to take the lead. Sage Stout was the top hitter for the game going 2-for-3 with a double. Taylor Cosby was the pitcher in both games as her record moved to 5-8.
BRAGGS 3-7, OKAY 1-2 – The Braggs Lady Wildcats (18-5) swept the doubleheader against Okay. In the first game, Makayla Coen went 3-for-3 with an RBI and Lauren Burk went 1-for-3. In the second game, Maggie Swarthout went 3-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored and Crissy Perry went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Swarthout recorded two wins which improved her record to 16-4.
VIAN 15, CENTRAL 11 – The Lady Wolverines (6-4) won behind the strong bat of Joehanna Morris. Morris was 2-for-2 with a grand slam home run which gives her 12 home runs on the year. Jaden Bolin was the winning pitcher for Vian her record is now 6-4.
CHECOTAH 3, BEGGS 0 – Wyatt Hatridge pitched a one-hit shutout to lead Checotah over Beggs. Hatridge (4-2) gave up zero runs and struck out two. Checotah’s record moved to 13-7 for the season.
WARNER 16, MIDWAY 4 — Raven Girty had two hits, drove in four runs with a double and a triple, while Carley Lyons had two doubles and two RBIs as the Lady Eagles (11-5) beat the Lady Chargers. Brandie Center was the winning pitcher. Warner begins play in the Big Eight Conference Tournament on Thursday.
STIGLER 3, PORUM 0 — Bailey Bryant (8-4) outdueled Makala Tiller (12-3) in the circle as Stigler (8-4) downed Porum (15-3). Bryant had two hits, while Tillery had two hits. Chris Copeland and Nina Echelle each had a hit for Stigler, while Katie McCullar and Tabby Lane had hits for Porum.
ROUGHERS THIRD — Muskogee took a third-place finish at Ponca City.
Tyreke Beasley placed third in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.3 seconds. The 400 relay team, which consists of Marcus McVay, Tyreke Beasley, Quintahj Cherry, and Matthew Maxwell, placed sixth with a time of 45.08 seconds. The 1600 relay team which consists of Maxwell, Gunner Heath, Luke Leatherman and Beasley placed fourth with a time of 3:43.42 and Dexter McGriff placed first in the discus with a throw of 144 feet.
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