LONE GROVE — Alec Hetherington went the distance on the mound and the Davis offense carried the way to a third-place finish in the LCC Tournament with a 12-7 win over Sulphur.

Hetherington earned the win with a complete game, seven-inning performance, giving up seven runs on nine hits.

At the plate, Chase Taliaferro paced the Wolves (15-4) with a 3-for-4 day that included a double. Peyton Brewer added two hits and two RBIs for Davis.

Ryan Rackley took the loss on the mound for Sulphur, while Kelby Luna led the Bulldogs offense with a 3-for-4 day.

Longhorns win consolation final over Madill
LONE GROVE — Madill made it difficult to the final pitch, but Lone Grove held on to win the consolation final of the LCC tournament 6-5.

Trailing 6-4 with two outs in the seventh, the Wildcats got a late rally from Joe Avery and Gage Goff, who each singled, followed by a RBI single from Paten Bond that put runners at the corners.

However, Longhorns reliever Dillon Atkinson was able to force a final pop fly to preserve the win.

Grant Harmon had a 2-for-4 day to lead Lone Grove at the plate, while Avery and Hunter Chapa each had two hits for Madill in the loss.

C.J. Harrell earned the win for Lone Grove on the mound, throwing 4 2/3 while giving up three runs on five hits and striking out three.

Madill 4, Dickson 3

LONE GROVE — Madill got a homer from Jon Sutherland and survived a late charge from Dickson in a second-round LCC win.

The Comets tied the game with a three-run burst in the top of the sixth, but the Wildcats were able to tack on one more in the bottom of the frame that Dickson couldn’t counter.

Hunter Chapa was 2-for-4 for the Wildcats, while Kev’en Davis added a double and Ivan Flores bashed a triple.

Garrett Brooks led Dickson with a 2-for-3 effort in the loss.

Plainview 9 Davis 0

James Bowker put in a dominant performance on the mound to lead Plainview to a rout of Davis.

Bowker (5-1) was exceptionally sharp against a strong Wolves offense, surrendering just three hits in a complete game shutout while striking out nine against one walk.

The Indians were paced at the plate by Garrett Foster, who went 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs, while Jordan Rickets added a double.

Riley Wilson took the loss for Davis on the mound, throwing four innings while surrendering four hits and seven runs, only four earned. He struck out three and walked six.

Lone Grove 4 Marietta 3

LONE GROVE — Dillon Atkinson and Tanner Vernon each had doubles for Lone Grove in a narrow win over Marietta.

The Indians led the Longhorns 3-2 heading into the seventh and final inning, but a single and some nifty baserunning by Justice Ruhnke allowed him to score and tie the contest. A Robert Johnson single would later bring home Aaron Hamilton as the winning run for Lone Grove.

Robert Riley was 1-for-2 with an RBI to lead the Indians in the loss.