OOLOGAH TOURNAMENT – Destiny Riddle threw a perfect game striking out 12 as Class 4A No.1 ranked Hilldale beat Haskell 1-0. Riddle scored the only run in the game as well hitting a solo home run in the fifth inning. It was Riddle’s eighth home run of the season.
In game two, Hilldale run-ruled Tulsa Edison 19-0. Riddle exploded against Edison going 3-for-3 with two home runs in the second inning one a two run shot and the other a grand slam, giving her seven RBIs in the game. Sarah Hughey also went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and McKensie Plant went 2-for-2 scoring three runs.
Madison Higley threw a no-hitter against Tulsa Edison as she led the 4A No. 5 ranked Lady Tigers of Fort Gibson to a 12-0 win. Brea Jordan was 2-for-3 and Emilee Rigsby went 1-for-2. In their second game, Higley struck out 12 Sequoyah Claremore batters en-route to a 2-1 win. McKenzie Williams had a solo home run in the game and Rigsby drove in Kelsey Hornback for the winning run in the seventh inning. Fort Gibson moves to 20-4 on the season and faces off against Hilldale today at 1 p.m.
CARL ALBERT TOURNAMENT – Muskogee got off to a good start in the tournament handing the Lady Fighting Chicks of Chickasha their first lost of the season 4-1. Shaylee Rowland got the win for the Lady Roughers going seven innings giving up three hits and no earned runs. Rowland also went 2-for-3 from the plate while Aubrey Johnson was 2-for-4. In its second game, Muskogee fell to Carl Albert 2-1 in eight innings. The Lady Roughers are now 20-4 on the season as Rowland took the loss, falling to 14-3. Aubrey Johnson and Brook Hendrickson were both 1-for-3, while Hendrickson had a double. Muskogee is back in action at 11:45 a.m. against Shawnee.
- Prep Sports
- FTG sweeps showdown
- BA surges past MHS
- Prep roundup, schedule
- Prep baseball roundup
- Hilldale grad uses sports background for career move
- Prep roundup
- Fort Gibson splits: Tigers lose in revenge game, girls win in rout
- Checotah wallops Wagoner
- Prep roundup and today's schedule
- Muskogee sweeps its stint in Festival of Champions
- More Prep Sports Headlines