EUFAULA 13, WILBURTON 3 — Saylor McLish had four hits and drove in three runs, while Forest Paden hit his first home run of the season, a two-run blast in the sixth inning, as the Ironheads won the Crowder Tournament on Saturday.
Eufaula (15-2), ranked No. 2 in the Okrankings.com Class 3A poll, scored eight runs in the sixth inning. Winning pitcher Daniel Salters (4-0) struck out nine batters and gave up two hits. He also had two hits including a triple and drove in two runs.
The Ironheads play at Checotah at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
OKTAHA 10, DEPEW 4 — Winning pitcher Bradley McCoy (1-1) struck out 10 batters in the first four innings of work, while Tyler Landrum singled four times and Dalton Flock reached base five times and drove in three runs as the Tigers won the Weleetka Tournament on Saturday.
Flock singled twice and walked three times, while Daniel Hayes scored four runs. Darius Bartosovsky threw the last three innings for his first save of the season. Caleb Shoemake added two hits. Oktaha (8-3) plays at Vian at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
SALINA 9, TAHLEQUAH 3 — The Tigers (10-4) were their own worst enemy as they had eight errors and left nine runners on base in losing at Salina. Colby Brittian (0-1) was the losing pitcher
Lane Cobb had two hits and Robert Holderby one for the Tigers.
TWIN SHOOTOUT — At Gore, Heavener defeated Porum 10-0 in the title game and Okay finished third.
Porum’s 3-4-5 part of its lineup was exceptional in getting the Lady Panthers to the finals. Porum beat Braggs 12-9, lost to Heavener 13-8 and blanked Okay 10-0. Johnna Kay Bailey and Kylie Powell were both 9-for-11 over the three games while Kameron Pinkerton was 7-of-10.
Okay beat Braggs 11-8 and Gans 11-5 but lost to Porum 12-0. Keeley Frazier was 8-of-9 and Courtney Smith 7-of-9 on the day with four doubles. Okay is 5-6.