, Muskogee, OK

Prep Sports

April 16, 2013

Prep roundup and schedule



FORT GIBSON 5, STILWELL 1 (BOYS) — Johan Chavez and Austin Ford scored first-half goals to lead 2-1 going to the break, then Trent Brown added a pair of goals, one off an assist by Wyatt Abbott, and Levi Ford added a goal.

Daniel Mielnik had two saves on breakaway opportunities by the Indians, one that would have cut it to 3-2.

Fort Gibson moved to 6-2 and 2-1 in District 4A-6. Stilwell is 6-5 and 2-2.

FORT GIBSON 3, STILWELL 1 (GIRLS) — In a battle for the District 4A-6 lead, Gabby Escimilla scored two goals for the Lady Tigers (7-1, 4-0). Brooke Benham scored a goal and assisted Escimilla on her second goal.

HILLDALE 1, PAWHUSKA 0 (GIRLS) —Madison Patterson of the Lady Hornets scored the only goal in the game with 10 minutes left. The Lady Hornets are 4-8 overall and 2-2 in District 4A-8.

KEYS 4, PORTER 1 (GIRLS) —The Lady Pirates (3-8, 1-3 4A-6) fell to Keys (7-2, 3-1) .Tuesday night. Catelyn Van Cleave scored the only goal for Porter and Pirates goalkeeper Kelci Riley had eight saves.

TAHLEQUAH SPLITS — Tahlequah's girls soccer team beat Tulsa Memorial 5-0 on Tuesday night. The Lady Tigers are now 2-3 in District 5A-3 play and 6-6 overall. The Tigers lost to Memorial 4-0. Tahlequah is now 5-6 and 2-3 in league play. Both Tahlequah teams will play at Central on Friday night.

Slowpitch softball

4A DISTRICTS AT WARNER  – The Warner Lady Eagles had to go the hard way but captured the Class 4A district championship at Warner on Tuesday.

Warner (20-7) began the day with an 8-0 win over Hulbert. After Quinton eliminated Hulbert 6-5 in 10 innings, the Lady Savages came back to drop the Lady Eagles 2-1. Warner returned the favor by beating Quinton 3-2, forcing the if-necessary game, and won the district title by beating Quinton 6-3.

Brandie Center pitched all four games and ran her record to 20-7 on the year. Raven Girty led the Lady Eagles by going 8-for-10 in the four games with three doubles, one triple and five runs batted in.

3A DISTRICTS AT PORUM — No. 9 Porum forced a final game but was shut out 3-0 by 12th-ranked Keota, ending the Lady Panthers’ season at 18-6.

Porum went 2-2 on the day, eliminating Watts 20-0 behind a 16-hit attack and two home runs — Katie McCuller hit her fourth and Mallory Smith her first.

Keota beat Porum 4-1 in the winner’s bracket final, then Porum returned the favor in the playback game 7-4 as Kylie Powell went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Carly Anderson and Johnna Bailey each had a pair of hits.

Keota won its first game, 16-0 over Watts.

POTEAU 9, FORT GIBSON 7 – Despite Toni Rowland’s three hits and Kelsi Hornback’s two runs, the Lady Tigers (7-13) lost to the Class 6A No. 9 Lady Pirates at the Fort Gibson diamond on Tuesday.

Isabelle Hubbert and Miranda Cherry each had two hits with Hubbert scoring twice. Taylor Cosby (7-13) was the losing pitcher as she gave up three earned runs.

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