DAVIS — Riley Wilson (6-1) pitched a complete game one-hitter and Alec Hetherington struck out 11 in six innings of work to provide Davis (22-6) with a sweep of Tishomingo in 3A district play.
Hetherington won Game 1 14-4 while Wilson blanked Tish in Game 2 8-0. Wilson had 10 strikeouts, one walk and gave up his no-hitter with one out in the sixth inning on a base hit to Allan Plummer.
Payton Brewer was 4-for-4 with two doubles for Davis. Hunter Karlik added a double and Chase Taliaferro layed down a RBI squeeze bunt in the three-run fifth inning.
In Game 1, Hetherington was backed by a seven-run fifth inning by the Wolves, breaking a 3-3 tie.
Jordan Wilson was 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, Taliaferro was 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs, Brewer was 2-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI and Riley Wilson had an RBI double for Davis.
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The Plainview offense put on a showcase to rout Dickson and advance to 4A regional play.
The Indians picked up 20 hits as part of an offensive explosion that included a 12-run first inning. Jordan Rickets had a career day for Plainview, going 2-for-3 with a double, home run and three RBIs.
Garrett Foster had a homer of his own, while James and Carter Bowker each bopped triples for the Indians and Drake Harper hit two doubles.
Gus Wells, in his first start of the season, earned the win with a three-inning effort, allowing three hits and a run while striking out five against a walk.
Garrett Brooks had a homer for Dickson.
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James Bowker was a force on the mound and Plainview used some late offense to roll past Dickson in the first game of a 4A district doubleheader.
Bowker (9-1) continued a sterling senior year with another gem, throwing a complete game two-hit shutout while striking out 12 Comets.
The Indians led just 1-0 heading into the fourth before tacking on eight runs in the next three frames to enact the mercy rule. Gus Wells led the way for Plainview at the plate with a 2-for-3 day that included a double and three RBIs.
Foster had two doubles of his own, while Carter Bowker added his own two-bagger. Kyle Williams chipped in two hits and two RBIs.
KINGSTON — Jared Hayes dealt from the mound and the plate for Kingston in a rout of Marietta that pushed the Redskins into regionals in 3A.
Hayes finished 1-for-2 on the day with three RBIs while earning a complete game win on the mound, throwing five innings and allowing 10 hits while striking out 10.
Page 2 of 3 - Jake Patterson added two hits and drove in a run, while Harley Cendejas bopped a homer for the Redskins.
Adam Sanchez took the loss on the mound for Marietta, while Travis Hallum and Travis Choate each had two hits for the Indians in the loss.
KINGSTON — Hayes had two doubles and drove in five runs for Kingston in a rout of Marietta in the first game of a 3A district doubleheader.
Hayes was 3-for-4 on the day, while Kameron Stephens added a double of his own and 4 RBIs. The Redskins jumped out early, scoring eight runs in the first inning to put the game out of reach.
Patterson was efficient for Kingston on the mound, throwing four innings of three-hit ball while striking out seven and allowing no walks.
Davis earns state bid
TUSHKA — Casady Webb helped Davis blast its way to state, smashing a homer and a double as the Wolves topped Wister in the Tushka 4A regional consolation final 9-4.
Down to its final opportunity, Davis made the most of it, jumping out to a 4-0 lead in the first three frames and never looking back.
Webb finished 3-for-4 while driving in four on a grand slam, while Jaycee Sanders had a homer of her own.
Konlee Dulaney added a double for Davis.
Against Wister, Kendal Rogers had a perfect day at the plate as Davis squeaked by with a 6-5 win.
Rogers finished 4-for-4 to lead the Wolves while clubbing a double and driving in two runs.
Casady Webb added two doubles of her own to go along with two RBIs, while Jaycee Sanders and Lexi Williams added two-baggers.
In the regional championship, Lexi Williams' two doubles weren't enough to push Davis to a state tournament berth as the Wolves fell 9-5 to host Tushka.
Williams finished 3-for-4 with a RBI, while Rogers added three hits of her own and drove in a run. Sanders chipped in a 2-for-4 day with a double.
Healdton bows out in regional
HEALDTON — Healdton saw its season end in a tightly matched 7-6 loss to Apache in the 3A regional consolation final.
The Bulldogs (13-12) came into the contest needing a rematch win against Apache, who it lost to in earlier action 7-1. After picking up a 6-5 lead heading into the final inning, a controversial call allowed Apache to score the two go-ahead runs that Healdton was unable to match in the bottom of the frame.
Healdton got 17 hits, paced by two each from Morgan Fletcher, Jenna Martin, Mikaela Blakemore and CeAnne Gossvener.
Page 3 of 3 - Jessica Kelly added a triple for the Bulldogs, who finish the season at 13-12.
In the first game against Apache, Morgan Fletcher had a double for the Bulldogs, but the offense struggled for much of the game, picking up just six hits.
After an early loss, Healdton bounced back with a 6-4 win against Navajo.
Ashley Collier was a perfect 3-for-3, while Maci Price added two hits of her own.
Bats send Turner to state in Class 2A
BURNEYVILLE — The runs of the district round were nowhere to be found through two games for Turner.
Then the rematch game came. Facing elimination, Turner throttled Chattanooga 13-1 to advance to the Class 2A state tournament as regional consolation champion.
Senior Conner Harmon was 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs to pace Turner (27-5). The Falcons scored more runs in the first two innings against Chattanooga in the consolation final than they did in the first two ball games of the regional.
"We finally started hitting the ball," Turner coach Shane Hill said. "We're always going to play good defense it seems like, but Harmon finally unleashed on them.
"In the (last) game, we finally started stringing hits together."
In the first inning, McGill had a base hit and Harmon connected for a home run. The Falcons had four more hits in the next five at-bats.
"I kinda challenged them to step up," Hill said. "They took a different approach at the plate, to not try to hit home runs and hit some gaps. They did and that's the difference."
Turner won 3-2 against Chattanooga in Game 1, then lost to Soper 8-3 to send Soper to state as the regional champion.
Soper beat Fort Cobb-Broxton 13-7, and Chattanooga beat Fort Cobb 9-2 to set up the first game rematch against Turner.
The Falcons didn't miss in the second game. Andi McGill was 4-for-4 with two doubles, Taylor Foster was 3-for-4 with two doubles and an RBI and Perri McGill and Kylie O'Dell each went 3-for-4.
Emily Hawthorne, Bree Hallum and Allie Foster each had two hits, Allie Foster drove in two runs and Turner scored in every inning but the third.
"You've got to string together three or four hits in an inning," Hill said. "That's what we were able to do this game instead of the first game."