Lone Grove’s Brooke Gentry got her first win of the season, a no-hitter, as the Lady Longhorns beat the Tishomingo Lady Indians 9-0 on Monday. The contest ended by run rule in the fifth
Lone Grove’s Brooke Gentry got her first win of the season, a no-hitter, as the Lady Longhorns beat the Tishomingo Lady Indians 9-0 on Monday. The contest ended by run rule in the fifth.
Gentry barely missed a perfect game by walking one Lady Indian batter.
Lone Grove (11-0) got one run in the first and five in second. After a scoreless third, the Lady ‘Horns struck for three in the fourth to end the game by run-rule.
Rebeccah Vernon was two for two for Lone Grove.
Ringling 2, Bray-Doyle 0: In Ringling, Hope McLemore threw a no-hit shutout as the Lady Blue Devils defeated the Lady Donkeys.
McLemore (8-2), had a perfect game spoiled by an infield error.
The Lady Blue Devils (8-2) got a run in the first and a run in the sixth. McLemore aided her own cause when she led off the sixth with a double and scored on a single by Mindy McElroy.
Madill 3, Plainview 0: In Ardmore, Madill’s Mary Kate McKay tossed a two-hitter to lead the Lady Wildcats to a 3-0 win over the Plainview Lady Indians.
The Lady Wildcats struck for two in the first and added one in the fifth. The Lady Indians committed five miscues in the field to help the Madill cause.
Kenna Self and Sara Cogner had two hits each for the Lady Wildcats, who improved to 6-5 with the win.
Davis 8, Kingston 0: In Kingston, Davis Lady Wolves scored in every inning enroute to an 8-0 win over Kingston at the Redskin softball field. The game ended by run-rule after six innings.
Davis hammered out 11 hits and went errorless in the field. Birchfield hit two doubles to lead the Lady Wolves at the plate.
Healey got the win. Morgan Haydel took the loss for the Lady Redskins (1-6).
Healdton 13, Wynnewood 0: In Wynnewood, the Healdton Lady Bulldogs won both their games in a three-way against Wynnewood and Sulphur.
Healdton pitcher Lindsi Glenn tossed a no-hit shut-out in the Lady Bulldogs’ 13-0 win over Wynnewood. The game ended by run-rule after four innings.
In the second contest, Glenn gave up just one hit in Healdton’s 5-1 victory over Sulphur.
The Lady Bulldogs hammered out 10 runs in the top of the first in their game against Wynnewood. Courtney Griffin was a perfect 3-for-3, as was Katy Fletcher. Griffin also had a double.
Courtney Wiley and Kadan Brady were both 2-for-2 in the win over the Lady Savages. Aundi Pemberton and Megan Webb also recorded doubles for Healdton.
Healdton finished the game with 15 hits and improved to 9-1.
Healdton 5, Sulphur 1: In the second game, Kadan Brady went 3-for-3, including a double, for Healdton. Kelsey Porterfield was 2-for-3. Megan Webb recorded a double for the Lady Bulldogs.
Healdton (10-1) got a run in the first and added four more in the top of the third. Sulphur got their only run in the bottom of the second.
Sulphur played Wynnewood late Monday.
Wilson 9, Thackerville 0: In Thackerville, the Eagles put the game out of reach with six runs in the fifth inning Monday in a shutout of the Wildcats.
Paige Reed and Rachel Cain each went 2-for-3 for the Eagles. Cain also scored two runs.
Despite leading 3-0 going into the fifth, Wilson played “kind of flat,” coach Scott Hartman said.
“We got one hit in the fifth and woke up from there,” he added. The Eagles lined three consecutive hits that inning.