Prep sports scores and highlights.

Ardmore didn’t get any favors in the first day of the McAlester 5A Shootout.

Two of the top five teams in Class 5A greeted the Tigers rudely on Thursday. Ardmore lost its first game to top-ranked Carl Albert 9-1, then was run-ruled in four innings by No. 3 Bishop Kelley 15-4.

In game 1, Ardmore only trailed 2-1 heading into the bottom of the fourth, until Jared Porter hit a two-run shot for Carl Albert. Brennan Murphy’s three-run homer in the fifth ended the game on the run-rule.

Starting pitcher Josiah Custar had two of Ardmore’s three hits and was scored by Brayden Brumley on an RBI single in the first inning. Custar had three strikeouts, five walks, and gave up three home runs.

In the second game, Ardmore left seven runners on base after taking a 3-1 lead in the first inning. That led to innings of three, four and eight runs for Bishop Kelley.

Freshman Carson McPherson lasted 2 1/3 innings on the mound, giving up six walks and two hits. Ardmore (17-10) walked nine batters total and gave up a big eight-run fourth inning.

Custar was 2-for-2 with a run scored and Brayden Brumley was 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI. The Tigers will play No. 2 Chickasha at 10:30 a.m. and No. 12 Pryor at 2:30 p.m. today.

Davis 10    Lindsay 2

DAVIS — Blake Looney won his sixth game on the mound and Davis won its ninth-straight game in a 10-2 win over Lindsay on Thursday.

John Collette was 2-for-2 with a double and a triple and Jerico Rogers was 3-for-4 with a triple and four RBI for the Wolves (21-6), who also extended their double-digit scoring streak to nine games.

Dickson 5 Tishomingo 2

TISHOMINGO — Dickson team picked up a confidence-building road win against Tishomingo on Thursday, as the Comets held the Indians to four hits.

“We finally got a win against somebody that was really tough to beat,” Dickson coach Heath Gilbert said. “Codie Bolin pitched really well for us today.”

Jordan Flatt, Bolin and Dustin Kennedy each knocked in runs for Dickson (13-15).

Madill 8      Meeker 7

BETHEL — Madill won its opening game of the Bethel tournament on a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh by Trevor Raper.

Kyle Cass reached base on a dropped third strike, stole second base, then was singled in by Raper on a shot up the middle.

Brad Avery and Hunter Clement each had two RBI for the Wildcats (10-12), who will play Okcaha today at 4 p.m.


Healdton 9 Frederick 2

Healdton won the District 7 title on Thursday with three wins in four games, including a 9-2 win over Frederick in the deciding game.

Megan Webb and Whitney Wright were each 2-for-3 with an RBI for Healdton in the make-or-break-game. The Bulldogs (15-8) beat Ringling 10-0, lost to Frederick 2-0, then rebounded to beat Frederick twice to come away as district champs.

In their second meeting of the day, Headlton beat Frederick 12-9.

Other scores: Softball, Frederick 7, Ringling 0; Healdton 10, Ringling 0; Frederick 2, Healdton 0; Healdton 12, Frederick 9.