JENKS 10-17, MUSKOGEE 0-0 — After an energtic doubleheader sweep at home on Tuesday against Sapulpa, the Roughers (4-7, 4-5 District 6A-3) fell with a thud at Jenks (10-4, 4-1) in a pair of twin shutouts. Karsyn York had the only hit in the opener, and two of Muskogee’s three hits in the finale, one being a double, which Shania Henry did to give the Roughers their other hit.
FORT GIBSON 2, TAHLEQUAH 1 (8) — Angel Lyons’ RBI double to left in the eighth broke a 1-all tie for the Lady Tigers of Fort Gibson (10-2) against Tahlequah’s Lady Tigers. Lyons was 3-for-3 and had both RBIs. Tahlequah (9-7) went down in order in the home half of the eighth inning to end the contest. Mia Allen was responsible for Tahlequah’s lone RBI.
OKTAHA 14, CHELSEA 3—Oktaha’s offense had a big night at the plate, totaling 13 hits in the run-rule shortened game. Brynn Surmont and Mya Allen both went 3-for-3 from the plate. Surmont had six RBIs and Allen drove in three for the Lady Tigers (15-2, 6-1 2A-6). Chelsea (6-7, 4-4) managed just two hits off of starting pitcher Cayton Sloan.
PORTER 12, OKMULGEE 0 — Seven Lady Pirates had at least one RBI during the game as they totaled 12 runs off of nine hits. Bailey Webb picked up her fourth no-hitter of the season for Porter (15-5), getting it in three innings.
NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA SOFTBALL CLASSIC —Haskell picked up three win in three games to improve their overall record to 11-6.
Chassi Dowdy and Jacey Wentworth combined to allow no hits in four innings as Haskell defeated Ketchum 10-2 in the first game. In game two, Haskell held on for a 3-1 win against Lincoln Christian, with Caleigh Collins going 1-for-3 at the plate and driving in two runs. In the third game, Haskell defeated Berryhill 8-5. Sherri Mason was 3-for-3 with two RBIs for the Lady Haymakers. Berryhill’s fourth inning comeback attempt fell short as Jacey Wentworth recorded two outs on seven pitches to pick up the save.
SEQUOYAH’s PERFECTION ENDS — At the Silo Tournament, Sequoyah beat Blanchard 5-3 but then saw its unbeaten streak end against Wilburton, 3-1. Amiah Galcatcher’s two-run home run ended the win in four innings.
In the second game against Wilburton, Sequoyah (21-1) managed just one run and two hits.
RIVERSIDE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE — At Webbers Falls, the host team (14-8) went 2-0 on the day, as the Warriors defeated Arkoma 12-1 and Keota 7-0. No further details available.
At Gore, the Pirates (13-4) defeated Gans 7-5, Porum 2-1 and McCurtain 4-1 to finish 3-0 for the day. Karli Springer was a combined 4-for-6 with one RBI and Kara Brimm was 3-for-4 and two RBIs.
BARTLESVILLE 4, WAGONER 2 — The Lady Bulldogs (4-7) were doubled up on the scoreboard and fell to Bartlesville in the Oologah Tournament.
TAHLEQUAH 3, SAPULPA 2— The Lady Tigers had to eek out another five-set win, with a 15-12 score in the finale. They won the first and third sets 25-19 and 25-12, but lost 16-25 and 25-27 in the subsequent sets. Kloe Bowin had nine kills and Lydia McAlvain had 31 assists.