OKTAHA 3, MCALESTER 1 — Cayton Sloan struck out eight batters in relief for the save of starting and winning pitcher Kira Meadows. Mya Allen had two hits as the Lady Tigers (16-2) scored twice in the sixth inning to pull away from the Lady Buffaloes. Jaylie Burress tied the game at 1-1 in the fifth.
SEQUOYAH ROARS BACK — After suffering their first loss of the season on Thursday, the Sequoyah Lady Indians improved to 24-1 as they came back with a 6-0 win against Red Oak, an 18-3 victory against Antlers at the Silo Tournament on Friday. Lexy Keys had two hits — including a second-inning triple — scored two runs and drove in two runs against Red Oak as Madi Joice was the winning pitcher in tossing a one-hitter. The Lady Indians scored all of its 18 runs in the first inning against Red Oak as Amiah Galcatcher drove in three runs, while Aubrey Smith, Smalls Goudeau and Reagan Smith drove in two each. Ashley Guinn was the winning pitcher.
RIVERSIDE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE — At Gore, the host Lady Pirates (15-4) beat Keota 8-3 and Arkoma 7-1 to advance to the finals against Webbers Falls at 4:30 p.m. today at McCurtain. In beating Keota, winning pitcher LeeAnna Barnes had two hits and two RBIs, while Sabra Palmer had two hits, scored twice and had two RBIs. Honey McAlester was the winning pitcher against Arkoma and Kara Brimm drove in three runs. In the meantime, Webbers Falls (17-8) beat Gans 7-0, McCurtain 4-3 and Porum 2-0 to advance to the finals. No other information was available.
EUFAULA TOURNAMENT — The Warner Lady Eagles fell to 3-8 for the season with their 5-2 loss to Crowder as Kylea Terrell had two hits and and Karolyn Baker had one. Both players drove in a run each.
WAGONER, SEQUOYAH 1-2 IN TOURNAMENT — Wagoner overcame a loss to Glenpool to beat Sequoyah 25-19 and 25-23 to be the No. 1 in its pool. Sequoyah finished second. In beating Sequoyah, Marlee Medlin had 18 kills, while Britley Butler had 10. Megan Hawkins had 37 assists. The tournament continues today at 9 a.m. Sequoyah beat Glenpool in three sets in its other match.
TAHLEQUAH DROPS THREE — The Lady Tigers (6-7) lost three matches, two sets to Mount St. Mary’s and Claremore and three to sets to Shawnee at the Catoosa Tournament. Against Shawnee, Tahlequah won the first set 25-15 before falling 25-15 and 15-10 in the decisive third set. Kloe Bowin had 14 kills for the day, while Lydia McAlvain had 58 assists for the day. Tahlequah has four matches today in the tournament.