SEQUOYAH 23, SALINA 0 — The Lady Indians (2-0) capped a two-game District 3A-8 home-and-away swing with another walloping. It was 30-0 on Monday.

Over the two games, Sequoyah took advantage of 27 walks, 10 in this one, which made a lot of mileage out of 12 hits.  Lexy Keys was 2-for-2 as was Bree Vaughn. Vaughn, Carsen McCoy and Amiah Galcatcher each had two RBIs.

Ashlyn Guinn allowed three hits in three innings.

WEBBERS FALLS 7, GORE 6 — Brooke Wyatt’s three-run home run in the top of the seventh won it for the Lady Warriors (2-1). She was also the winning pitcher. Ashlyn Pense and Lexi Raskey were both 2-for-3. Webbers will be in the Gore Tournament Thursday. Karli Springer went 4-for-4 to lead Gore (1-1).

HASKELL 14, VIAN 12 — A six-run Haskell sixth was the jarring blow in  topsy-turvy matchup that once saw the Haymakers leading 7-1 then trailing 10-8.

Sherri Mason’s three-run home run was the big hit in the inning. She had help though. Alex Bowden, Baylee Garner, Sydnie Roberts and Chassi Dowdy all had two hits each. Bowden doubled and had four RBIs. 

For Vian, Lauren Millard was 3-for-5. She and Kadence Cochran (2-for-3) had three RBIs. The two split their home-and-home District 3A-7 series and are both 1-1 on the year.

PORTER 12-11, MIDWAY 0-0 — The Pirates moved to 4-0 on the year with their second and third shutout. No other details were available.

TAHLEQUAH 4, DURANT 3 — The Tigers pulled ahead in a three-run sixth. McKenna Wofford was 2-for-3. Tahlequah is 1-2 on the year.



Fall Baseball

OKTAHA 3, LEFLORE 0 — Jake Blackwell threw four innings of two hit ball, striking out six. Woody Mann worked two hitless innings and Tyler Allen one for the Tigers (1-0). Harley Schaffer doubled twice in as many trips, driving in a run. Mason Ledford also had two hits. Oktaha had six in all.




SAPULPA 3, MUSKOGEE 1 — After dropping the first two sets 25-18 and 25-20, Muskogee won the third set 25-20 to draw close but fell in the fourth set 25-23. 

MHS is 0-1.

“Nothing I was upset about. We have two-thirds of our varsity who have never stepped on a varsity court. Our middle blocker and setter and both on our right side are among those,” Muskogee coach John Hammer said.

 “But I’m not upset because given that, they played their guts out. We have a lot to work on and fix but that’s the lack of experience.  I’ve never been more proud of the effort.”

Chloe Lamont, a returning starter, had 19 assists. Lailia Hartsfield had eight kills and four blocks, Jazzy Henry nine assits, Paige Irwin three aces and 12 digs and Mya Williams seven kills. 




OKAY 3, SEQUOYAH 0 — The Lady Mustangs got off to a big start, sweeping Sequoyah in three sets, 25-20, 25-23 and 25-19.

Shayni Green had six kills and seven aces. Sydney Sells had 23 assists, Lexi Erb 10 kills and Bailey Walters eight kills. Okay is 1-0, Sequoyah 0-1.


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