GORE TOURNAMENT — Checotah (13-5) posted a pair of shutouts, 12-0 over Okay and 8-0 against Keys. Andrew Sands (4-0) no-hit Okay over three innings and Caleb Knight (4-0) blanked Keys. Wyatt Hatridge went 3-for-6 on the day with three home runs, four RBIs and scored three times.
Braggs (6-6) defeated Central Sallisaw 5-1 and lost to Keys 13-1. Payton York went all six innings giving up one run on one hit. York (5-1) struck out 12 and walked one. Austin Kizzia was 3-for-3 with a three-run home run to finish the game. Walter Hanson (1-2) picked up the loss in the second game.
Okay beat Sallisaw Central 11-5 as Zac Cagle allowed three runs on four hits, striking out six.
HASKELL 4, KELLYVILLE 2 — Alex Wheeland was 2-for-3 and Colton Jackson drove in a pair of runs for the Haymakers (6-6). Ryan Lechner (3-1) gave up two hits in going the distance.
KETCHUM 11, SEQUOYAH 3 – The Indians (3-4) scored all three of their runs in the first after Ketchum put a four-spot on the board. Hunter Soap picked up the loss going two innings.
HASKELL TOURNAMENT – The Oktaha Lady Tigers (11-1) defeated Morris 15-14, coming from behind in the bottom of the fifth with pinch hits from Ty Edmondson and Kaylee Cagle. The pinch hit combo went 3-for-3 with four RBIs.
Oktaha then beat Sapulpa 12-10 behind Caitlin Sikes’ 4-for-4, three-RBI game, then knocked off Kellyville 14-2 after a pair of third-inning home runs by Callie Barnes and Kallee King.
Oktaha in another close one, winning 12-10 over Sapulpa. Caitlyn Sikes was a perfect 4-for-4 with three RBIs.
In the conclusion on the day, Oktaha run ruled Kellyville 14-2 after a pair of third inning blasts from Callie Barnes and Kallee King.
GORE TOURNAMENT — Warner (9-5) beat Sallisaw Central 18-2. Raven Girty went 3-for-3 with a two-run homer and four RBIs and freshman Triston Potts homered for the Lady Eagles. Brooke Moses (3-1) picked up the win. Panama beat Hulbert (4-7) 1-0 in another game.
STIGLER 8, SPIRO 1 – Emily Wright was 3-for-4 with a double and a pair of RBIs for the Lady Panthers (7-4). Chris Copeland picked up the win and improved to 2-2.