HENRYETTA 11, EUFAULA 1—The Lady Ironheads (7-11, 2-4 3A-6) came up short against Henryetta (17-2, 7-0). No further details available.
OKTAHA 11-14, QUAPAW 2-3—Cayton Sloan and Karli Ashing combined to hit three home runs for the Lady Tigers (18-2, 8-1 2A-6). Ashing’s came in the second inning, while Sloan hit one in the third and another in the fourth. They each had four RBIs in game one. Sloan also picked up the win in the circle, allowing just two runs and striking out 10.
In game two, the Lady Tigers put up eight runs in the bottom of the third. Sloan hit her third homer of the day and drove in four runs total, while Ashing and Karley Fewel each had three RBIs. Brynn Surmont was 3-for-4 with two RBIs.
SEQUOYAH 13-12, DEWEY 4-0 — Only up by two runs going into the fourth inning, the Lady Indians scored five times in the frame to put the game away. Ryleigh Clinton and Baylee Davis each had three RBIs and Lana Gass was perfect at the plate in four appearances with one run driven in.
Sequoyah (27-2, 9-0 3A-8) scored early and often in the second game against Dewey (12-10, 7-3). Lana Gass and Madi Joice each had three RBIs, Clinton knocked two of her own and the Lady Indians only needed five innings to take down Dewey. Ashlyn Guinn was the winning pitcher, going all five innings, allowing just three hits and striking out five.
MULDROW 3, CHECOTAH 2 (10)—Checotah (5-5, 2-4 4A-5) came up just short, falling by a run to Muldrow (12-9, 6-2) in extra innings. No further details available.
TAHLEQUAH 11, POTEAU 1—Tahlequah (10-8) scored 11 runs off of 12 hits and the Lady Tigers only needed four innings to put Poteau away. McKenna Wofford was 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBIs and teammates Hailey Enlow and Jayley Ray each had a pair of hits and an RBI. Bailey Jones got the win in the circle, allowing just one run in four innings.
GORE SWEEPS — Gore scored five runs in the top of the second to take the lead early and was able to hang on late to defeat Gans 7-5. Karli Springer and Abbi Ray each had two RBIs and Kara Brimm was 2-for-3 at the plate. Honey McAlister was the winning pitcher and LeeAnna Barnes picked up the save as the two combined to pitch five innings.
Game two saw the Lady Pirates beat Pittsburg 2-0. LeeAnna Barnes went five innings for Gore (17-5), allowing just three hits to pick up the complete-game victory. Taylor Short and Ralea Brooksher each drove in a run in the first inning for the game’s only scores. Sky Brooksher was 2-for-2 at the plate.
PORTER 7, KEYS 2 —Porter (16-5) jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the first and Keys (1-17) could not get the offense going against pitcher Bailey Webb. Webb threw seven innings of two-hit ball, allowing just two runs while striking out seven. Brooklynn Smith and Brooklyn Spencer each went 3-for-4 and drove in a run apiece.
HASKELL 12, ROLAND 0—Chassi Dowdy did it all Monday for the Lady Haymakers (12-8, 4-4 3A-7). In the circle, she pitched five innings, not giving up a run and allowing just one hit, for the shutout against Roland (5-9, 0-6). At the plate, she went 3-for-4 with four RBIs. Reagan Wright drove in three, while teammates Sherri Mason and Makayla Collins drove in two each as the Lady Haymakers collected 11 hits.
Wagoner 3, Catoosa 2 — The Lady Bulldogs held off the Lady Indians on Monday in Catoosa. After winning the first two sets (25-21, 25-15), Wagoner (13-4) watched Catoosa win the next two (25-16, 28-18). The Lady Bulldogs regrouped to take the final set (15-8). Marlee Medlin had 12 kills and five blocks, Briley Butler had 11 kills, Mary bobo recorded 18 digs, Cheyenne Belvin recorded six blocks and Megan Hawkins dished out 33 assists.
OKTAHA SPLITS — Oktaha fell behind early and were held to seven hits during the six-inning contest in an 8-0 loss to Dale. Mason Ledford and Tucker Christian both went 2-for-3 at the plate. The Tigers (12-5) was able to bounce back in the second game against Fletcher with a 3-1 win. Harley Shaffer started the scoring off in the second inning when he doubled and drove in two runs. Mason Ledford added an insurance run in the fifth and went 2-for-3 on the day. Jakob Blackwell pitched seven innings of three-hit ball, allowing just one run while striking out six.