BRAGGS 11, MIDWAY 1 — At the Okay Tournament, Walter Hanson (1-0) allowed one hit over 2 2/3 innings of relief in a four-inning run rule. Austin Kizzia was 2-for-3 with three RBIs, Tanner Coen was 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles and three runs driven in. Braggs is 4-4.
OKTAHA 7, HARTSHORNE 2 – Tristan Yarbrough went six innings, scattering three hits, and Daceauda Davis (4-1) went three innings and gave up no hits to lead the Tigers (7-3).
LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 6, HASKELL 5 – Brody Enkey (2-1) was the losing pitcher for the Haymakers (3-5) as they lost on the road.
OKAY 16, MIDWAY 2 – In its own tournament, Okay (3-1) was led by Jake Cowden at the plate, going 2-for-3, and Darius Riggs (1-0) was the winning pitcher for the Mustangs.
TAHLEQUAH 5, SKIATOOK 0 – Ben Stacey went 2-for-3 with a double, single, and four RBIs for Tahlequah. Houston Glad was the winning pitcher for the Tigers. Tahlequah (5-6) will host Inola Thursday.
SEQUOYAH 8, VIAN 5 – Quinton Johnston and Elijah Tucker had 2 RBIs each, and Zach Parish pitched seven innings giving up three walks, seven hits, and recording nine strikeouts for the Indians. For Vian, Denver Coffee was 3-for-4 with two scored runs, and the losing pitcher for the Wolverines was Eric Cartmill (1-1). Sequoyah (1-1) will play Kansas in the Westville Tournament Thursday. Vian (9-2) will host Stilwell Thursday.
MUSKOGEE 8, NOAH 0 – Taylor Duncan (2-0) picked up the win on the road for the Roughers. Muskogee (10-3) will host Stillwater on Saturday.
HULBERT WINS TWO – In the Okay Tournament, Hulbert beat Porter 11-2 in the first game with Collin Gailey picking up the win, and Eric Fonseca picked up the 11-7 win over Gore. Gore had eight errors and gave up nine unearned runs. Hulbert (5-3) and Gore (1-8) will both play Haskell in the Okay Tournament Thursday.
EUFAULA 10, KELLYVILLE 6 – The Ironheads (9-0) won at home thanks to Trey Moore and Bailey Breedlove with two RBIs each. Ronnie Hallum (1-0) pitched four innings, giving up two hits and recording six strikeouts. Colin Walch closed it out for Eufaula, allowing two hits over three innings with six strikeouts.
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