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Prep Sports

April 15, 2014

Prep roundup, schedule


LADY ROUGHER WINS – Hosting its own tournament at Cherokee Hills in Catoosa, the Lady Roughers  scored 387 as team to finish fourth behind Owasso, Stillwater, and Tulsa Washington, but Hannah Jones became the first girl for Muskogee in two years to win first place individually with a score of 81. Also for Muskogee, Sydnie Rosson shot a 97, Brittany Felts shot a 102, and Katie Matthews and Haley Schuler both shot a 107.


JENKS 9, MUSKOGEE 1 — Harris Jones’ RBI double scored the lone Roughers run on the road. Tony Horn (2-3) took the loss on the mound. Muskogee fell to 6-9 and 4-3 in 6A-4, Jenks is 22-2 and 4-1.

EUFAULA 8, SEQUOYAH 0 – Bailey Breedlove had two RBIs, and Dillon Larkin had one RBI as the 3A No. 7 Ironheads (17-3) won in convincing fashion on the road. Trey Moore (9-0) gave up five hits and struck out 10. Zac Parish was the losing pitcher for Sequoyah (3-5).

WARNER 14, HULBERT 8 – For the Eagles, Bobby Ward had three RBIs, Tyler Wardlow and Tristen Vandaley each drove in a pair, and Garrett Kayden, Rice Hammans, Hunter Morris and Nick Pleas had one RBI each. Hammans (1-0) was the winning pitcher for Warner (9-11). Levi Carson took the loss for Hulbert (6-10).

CATOOSA 9, HILLDALE 1 – The Hornets (8-12) fell to 4A No. 6 Catoosa on the road with Cody Walker taking the loss on the mound. Walker gave up four unearned runs, recorded four strikeouts, and walked five.

BRAGGS SPLITS DOUBLEHEADER – The Wildcats lost 10-3 to Gans in the first game with Rowdy Ensminger (2-4) taking the loss and Austin Kizzia knocking a run in. Braggs (9-9) won 13-8 in game two. Landon Lucas had a home run and three RBIs, Payton York had three RBIs, Kizzia and Andrew Askew had two RBIs each, and Tanner Coen had one RBI. Kizzia (1-0) was the winning pitcher.

GORE 9, PORTER 1 – Gore had 14 hits and 12 stolen bases to beat Porter in convincing fashion at home. Jacob Polk had one RBI and scored one run, Wade Shanks scored two runs and stole three bases (24 on the season), BJ Knowlton scored two runs and stole three bases, and Austin Lehnick, Breadon Grant, and Payton Oneal scored one run each. Polk was the winning pitcher for Gore (6-11).

HASKELL 9, OKMULGEE 0 – The Haymakers won by run rule in five innings with Dillion Dobbins pitching three and recording seven strikeouts, and Brody Enkey pitching the final two and recording four strikeouts. No hits were allowed. Enkey also was 2-for-2 with four RBIs for Haskell (9-8).

CHECOTAH 6, MULDROW 0 – 4A No.18 Checotah shut out Muldrow on the road with Cody Cox going 2-for-5, Wyatt Hatridge scoring one run with two RBIs and two doubles, Andrew Sands with one RBI, and Mark Miles with one run scored. Sands (6-0) pitched his fifth shutout of the year for Checotah (18-6).

CLAREMORE 12, TAHLEQUAH 2 – Stats were not available at press time.

WAGONER 10, LOCUST GROVE 0 – Joe Charboneau pitched the shutout with Grant Brown going 2-for-3 and Cody Milligan going 2-for-2 with four RBIs for Wagoner (14-6).

STIGLER 5, POTEAU 3 –  Austin Drewry went 3-for-4, and Seth Sandlin was the winning pitcher for Stigler (12-8) as the Panthers picked up the win on the road over the Pirates.

VIAN SWEEPS THREE-WAY – J. T. Frazier was 2-for-4 and scored twice as Vian beat Keys 11-6.  Colen Cole was 3-for-4 with three RBIs as Vian beat Central Sallisaw 13-6 and is now 17-4 on the year. Keys beat Central 12-1 to complete the three-way.

CHOUTEAU 8, WEBBERS FALLS 0 – The Warriors were shut out on the road against 2A No. 16 Chouteau with Taylor Stephens (2-5) picking up the loss for Webbers Falls (9-11).

OKAY 3, PRESTON 2 – Zac Cagle was the winning pitcher and also had two RBIs for the Mustangs (8-4) in their win over Preston.

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