, Muskogee, OK


March 28, 2014

Prep roundup


OKAY TOURNAMENT — Austin Kizzia (2-for-4) doubled in the winning run in the seventh as Braggs beat Oaks 2-1 but then lost 4-1 to Chouteau. The Wildcats trailed Oaks 1-0 when Payton York singled in Stephen Horton. The Wildcats lost 4-1 to Chouteau and at 5-5 play the Gore-Webbers winner at 4 p.m. In other games, Webbers Falls beat Midway 13-1, Haskell beat Hulbert 5-2 and Gore 14-6.

VIAN 3, STILWELL 0 — Winning pitcher A.J. Rodriguez (2-0) fired a complete-game two-hitter and struck out eight batters, while Eric Cartmill and Denver Coffee each had three hits for the 3A No. 2 Wolverines (10-2).

HILLDALE 5, WARNER 3 —At the Beggs Tournament, Derek Altman had two hits and earned  his first pitching save as the Hornets won their fourth straight game in 10 decisions. Kyle Dick (1-0) was the winning pitcher. Clayton Kilpatrick (1-1) was the loser as Garrett Rice had two hits and drove in a run for the Eagles (4-8). Warner plays NOAH at 2 p.m., while  Hilldale meets  Victory Christian at 4 p.m. today.

EUFAULA STILL PERFECT — The 3A No. 7 Ironheads cruised in a pair of wins in the Crowder Tournament to go to 11-0. Dillon Larkin (3-0) held WIlburton to two hits and struck out five in a three-inning 13-1 decision. Trey Moore was 2-for-2 with three RBIs in that game

Colin Walch (3-0) gave up two hits and struck out 11 in a 9-1 win over Muldrow in five innings. Moore was 2-for-2 and Ronnie Hallum 2-for-3 and Walch was 2-for-4, all with two RBIs

Eufaula (11-0) gets Crowder at 7 p.m. in the semifinals.

CHECOTAH WINS TWO — Playing at the Seminole Wood Bat Tournament, the Wildcats (9-2) beat Meeker 5-3 and Seminole 6-3. Jack Christian  had two hits and scored a run in the first game and pitched a complete-game victory in the second game in striking out seven batters. Wyatt Hatridge had two hits and two RBIs in the first game, while Hunter Collins  had two hits in the win against Mdeeker. Caleb Knight was the winning pitcher (3-0) and struck out 10 in the opener. Andrew Sands  had two hits including a bases-loaded triple and drove in three runs, while Mark Miles added two hits in the second game. The Wildcats meet Silo at 11 a.m. Saturday in the semifinals.

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