, Muskogee, OK

March 11, 2014

Prep roundup

Phoenix Staff Reports


PRYOR 7, FORT GIBSON 2 – Five hits and two runs proved not enough for Fort Gibson as the Tigers lost on the road to begin their season. Dylan Nuckolls was the losing pitcher. Fort Gibson (0-1) will host Wagoner today.

EUFAULA 5, HENRYETTA 3  – The Ironheads start their season off right with a win at home. Bailey Breedlove  was 2-for-3 with a three-run homer, and Ronnie Hallum who was 2-for-2 from the plate. Trey Moore pitched a complete game, giving up seven hits and recording a staggering 16 strikeouts. Eufaula (1-0) hosts Okmulgee today.

BEGGS 14, WARNER 1 – The Eagles were overwhelmed at home. Warner (0-2) will look to bounce back when they host Webbers Falls today.

OOLOGAH 7, HILLDALE 2 – Errors plagued the Hornets in their season opener against Oologah. Derek Altman was 2-for-3 with an RBI, and Cameron Orman was 1-for-3 with a double for Hilldale. Derek Altman pitched three innings, giving up five unearned runs on four Hornet errors. Hilldale (0-1) will host Sallisaw today.

OKTAHA 6, HASKELL 1 – Dakota Berry was 2-for-2 with two RBIs, and Zack Evans was 1-for-3 with two RBIs and two scored runs for Oktaha as the Tigers pick up their first win of the season on the road against Haskell. Daceauda Davis was the winning pitcher, recording 12 strikeouts. Dylan Dobbins was the losing pitcher for Haskell. Oktaha (1-1) will play at Wister today. Haskell (0-1) will host Checotah today.

CHECOTAH 2, ROLAND 1 – Although a tight game throughout, an error by Roland gave Checotah the lead and the win. Checotah’s pitching came up big with Caleb Knight going six innings, giving up only one run and recording 10 strikeouts, and Wyatt Hatridge who closed out the game without giving up any runs. Checotah (3-1) will play at Haskell today.

TAHLEQUAH 2, MEMORIAL 1 – The Tigers took the lead early, scoring two runs in the first inning off of hits by Houston Glad and Marcus Cordle. Tahlequah’s pitching helped secure the win with Houston Glad pitching six innings and recording nine strikeouts. Tahlequah (1-1) will host Memorial today.

VIAN 10, CAMERON 2 – The Wolverines won in dominating fashion on a six inning rule thanks to Denver Coffee with two scored runs, A.J. Rodriguez with two RBIs and two scored runs, and Josh Cowart with one run and two RBIs. John Andrew pitched six innings, giving up one earned run on four hits and recording 10 strikeouts. Vian (1-0) will host Hulbert today.

STIGLER 10, SPIRO 0 – Stigler won in five at home in their season opener. Seth Sandlin went 3-for-3 with two doubles, one single, and three RBIs. Austin Drewry pitched three innings, giving up zero runs and one hit, and Wade Henderson closed it out with no runs and no hits. Stigler (1-0) will host Talihina today.

PORUM SWEEPS WEBBERS FALLS – The Panthers won both games, 4-1 and 7-3, over Webbers Falls. Porum (2-0) will play at Braggs Friday. Webbers Falls (0-2) will host Warner today.

CATOOSA 7, WAGONER 2 – The Bulldogs lost their season opener on the road. For Wagoner, Grant Brown had two hits, Tyler Milligan had two hits, and Chancey Scott had an RBI single. The losing pitcher was Wyat Grooms. Wagoner (0-1) will play at Fort Gibson today.

Slowpitch softball

GORE 7, WEBBERS FALLS 5 – Carlee Williams was 3-for-3 and had three RBIs and two scored runs to lead the Lady Pirates to a season-opening win on the road. After being down 5-4 in the fourth inning, Gore was able to score three runs in the fifth inning and hold Webbers Falls scoreless to secure the win. Abbey Brown was the winning pitcher. Gore (1-0) will host Central Sallisaw today. Webbers Falls (0-1) will play at Warner today.

WARNER 18, CENTRAL 6 –  Warner began their season in dominant fashion by winning on the road thanks to their offensive firepower. Triston Potts was the top hitter for the Lady Eagles, going 3-for-3 with a triple and a home run. Tatum Elders also went 3-for-3 from the plate with two triples. Payton Jackson and Raven Girty both were 3-for-3, all singles. Triston Potts picked up the win from the mound. Warner (1-0) will host Stigler today.


Boys soccer

SKIATOOK 6, FORT GIBSON 2 – The 4A No. 3 Tigers open up their season with a loss on the road. Broc Peterson scored both Fort Gibson goals on assists from Levi Ford and Wyatt Abbott. Fort Gibson (0-1) will host Catoosa today.

HILLDALE 3, WESTVILLE 1 – The Hornets picked up their first win of the season thanks to goals from Brian Martinez, Caleb Smith, and Bailey James. Hilldale (1-1) will host Tahlequah today.


Girls soccer

SKIATOOK 2, FORT GIBSON 1 – The 4A No. 2 Lady Tigers lost their season opener at Skiatook. Brooke Benham scored the first goal of the game off of an assist from Jordan Raynor to put the Lady Tigers up 1-0. However, an own goal by Fort Gibson tied the game back up, opening the door for Skiatook. Skiatook scored the winning goal off of a free kick with nine minutes left in the game. Fort Gibson (0-1) will host 4A No. 6 Catoosa today.

Girls golf

EUFAULA SECOND — The Ironhead women got second in their own tourney held at Fountainhead Golf Course. Idabel was first at 344, Eufaula was second at 350, 22 strokes ahead of Purcell. Stigler was back in the back at 511 among area teams.

Eufaula’s Melissa Eldridge shot a 5-over 77 and won a playoff for medalist honors with Idabel’s Madalyn Blair. Also for Eufaula, Heidi Stafford shot 82 and Rachel Donaldson had a 94.

ROUGHERS THIRD IN TEAM TOURNEY — The Muskogee boys and girls tennis teams finished third at the Bixby Team Tennis Invitational on Monday. Bixby was first, Broken Arrow second and the Roughers third.

Connor Finerty was 3-0 and swept 36 sets at No. 1 singles. In No. 2 singles, Seth Chapius was 3-0 with a pair of straigh tset victories.

Going 2-1 were Laura Jardine and Alexis Rosson in No. 1 girls doubles, Steven Crank and Ryan Pearce in No. 1 boys doubles, Clair Farmer and Abby Wayman in No. 2 girls doubles.

The mixed doubles pairs of Martin and Cole Whitaker won as well as Martin and Aspen Teague. Timberleigh McGee in No. 1 singles and Terra Patrick in No. 2 singles won one of three matches. Teague, Whitaker and Colin Watson all rotated in three No. 2 doubles matches to go 3-for-3.

Prep schedule


Sand Springs at Muskogee, 5  p.m.

Sallisaw at Hilldale, 4:30 p.m.

Wagoner at Fort Gibson, 4:30 p.m.

Braggs at Kinta, 4 p.m.

Gore at Porter, 4:30 p.m.

Okmulgee at Eufaula, 4 p.m.

Webbers Falls at Warner, 4 p.m.

Oktaha at Wister, 4:30 p.m.

Checotah at Haskell, 4:30 p.m.

Memorial at Tahlequah, 4 p.m.

Hulbert at Vian, 4:30 p.m.

Keys at Sequoyah, 4:30 p.m.

Talihina at Stigler, 4 p.m.


Sallisaw at Muskogee, 5 p.m.

Central at Gore

Stigler at Warner


Catoosa at Ft. Gibson, 5/7 p.m.

Hilldale at Tahlequah, 5:30/7:30 p.m.

Keys at Inola, 6:30 p.m.

Porter at Drumwright, 5 p.m.