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  • Prep Softball Roundup: Lone Grove wins slugfest

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  • KINGSTON — Lone Grove scored five runs in the opening frame, which was enough to distance the Longhorns from a rally by Kingston, winning 12-8 and running their record to 7-1.
     
    Ashton Johnson was 2-for-5 and drove in two runs for Lone Grove, as its was able to win despite four errors. Raley Long was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, and Haley McCutchen added two hits for the Longhorns.
     
    Allison Boles picked up the win for the Longhorns after pitching four innings and allowing only one run and striking out two.
     
    Kingston scored eight runs on only six hits, but committed seven errors as a team. Shannon Lane homered and drove in two runs for the Reskins.
     
    Lone Grove 12, Kingston 8
    Lone Grove     510    400    2    —    12    10    4
    Kingston    022    202    0    —    8    6    7
    Allison Bolles and Tanner Gray. Kingston battery not available. W — Bolles. L — Wallace.
    2B — Lone Grove: Bolles. 3B — Kingston: Caraway. HR — Kingston: Shannon Lane.
    Notables — Lone Grove: Ashton Johnson 2-5, 2 RBIs; Raley Long 2-3, 2 RBIs; Haley McCutchen 2-5. Kingston: French 2-4; Caraway 2-4, 3 R, RBI.
    Ardmore drops two in doubleheader
    NOBLE — A doubleheader resulted in two tough losses for Ardmore Tuesday, as they fell to Noble 16-7 and 6-4.
     
    In the opening game, it was close early as Ardmore only trailed 6-5 after four innings. But five runs in the fifth and seventh innings by Noble was too much to overcome for the Tigers.
     
    Seven Tigers had two hits or more, led by Morgan Chavez who was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. Katie Cronemeyer took the loss for the Tigers, as Ardmore committed four errors in the first game.
     
    In the night cap, Ardmore fell behind early but made a late rally. Trailing 6-1 going into the last inning, the Tigers put up three runs in the top of the seventh, but weren’t able to get two more to fall 6-4.
     
    Katelyn Hartman and Brittany Harrison were each 3-for-3 and several other Tigers also had two hits, including Asjia Anderson, Kenysha Noland and Chavez.
    Ardmore is now 1-5 on the season.
     
    Noble 16, Ardmore 7
    Page 2 of 4 - Ardmore    020    302    0    —    7    15    4
    Noble    012    350    5    —    16    11    0
    Kaitlyn Cronemeyer and Brittany Harrison. Noble battery not available. W — Jackson. L — Cronemeyer.
    2B — Ardmore: Morgan Chavez; Noble: Hering, Pike, Fagley.
    Notables — Ardmore: Howell 2-4, 2R; Anderson 2-4, RBI; Hartman 2-4, R; Chavez 3-4, 3 RBIs, R; Lima 2-2. Noble — Hering 2-3, 4 R, RBI; Chenister 2-3, 2 RBI, 2 R; Ford 2-5, 2 RBIs.
    Noble 6, Ardmore 4
    Ardmore    000    010    3    —    4    14    2
    Noble    411    000    x    —    6    12    0
    Kaitlyn Cronemeyer and Brittany Harrison. Noble battery not available. W — Jackson. L — Cronemeyer.
    2B — Ardmore: Hartman, Chavez. Noble: Pike, Fagley, Bryant, Zong.
    Notables — Ardmore: Harrison 3-3, RBI, R; Anderson 2-4, R; Hartman 3-3, RBI, R; Noland 2-4; Chavez 2-3, RBI. Noble: Zong 3-3, RBI, R; Chenister 4-4, RBI, R.
    Plainview 9, Marietta 7
    MARIETTA — Despite allowing four runs in the bottom of the seventh, an early start for Plainview proved to be the difference in a 9-7 win over Marietta, moving Plainview’s record to 4-4 on the year.
     
    Tayte Sampson picked up the win for Plainview, but did it at the plate, as well. Sampson was 2-for-4 and had a double and a triple. Mykah Smith, Kaylee Roskam and Parker Stewart each had two hits for the Indians, with Smith driving in a team-high three runs.
     
    Plainview led 9-3 heading into the final frame before the late Marietta efforts.
     
    Shytanna Hicks had two doubles and two RBIs to lead Marietta. Kendra McClendon, Kilee Spanglo, Logan Willis, Shawna Dewey and Myranda Goodspeed each had two hits.
    Plainview 9, Marietta 7
    Plainview    202    302    0    —    9    11    4
    Marietta    011    100    4    —    7    11    3
    Tayte Sampson and Parker Stewart. Landry Willis and Shelby Langston. W — Sampson. L — Langston.
    2B — Plainview: Kaylee Roskam 2, Mykah Smith, Sampson; Marietta: Shytanna Hicks 2, Logan Willis, Myranda Goodspeed. 3B — Plainview: Sampson.
    Page 3 of 4 - Notables — Plainview: Smith 2-3, 2B, 3 RBIs; Roskam 3-4, 2 2B; Sampson 2-4, 2B, 3B, 2 RBIs; Stewart 2-4. Marietta — Hicks 2-4, 2 RBIs; Shawna Dewey 2-4, RBI, Goodspeed 2-4, RBI.
     
    Ringling 7, Waurika 5
    WAURIKA — Both teams scored five runs apiece in the third inning, but Ringling was able to tack on two more later on to come away with the 7-5 victory.
     
    The Blue Devils used two pitchers. Bailey Tolliver pitched the first 2 1/3 innings before giving way to Angel Stoker who finished the game and picked up the win.
     
    Tolliver, Alyssa Cox and C-Leigh Butler were all 2-for-4 for Ringling, while Ashley Murray was 2-for-4 with a double.
     
    Ringling 7, Waurika 5
    Ringling     005    010    1    —     7    14    2
    Waurika    005    000    0    —    5    5    0
    Bailey Tolliver, Angel Stoker (3) and Chandler Smith. Waurika battery not available. W — Tolliver. L — K. Morris.
    2B — Ringling: McGahee, Murray; Waurika: H. Wade. 3B — Ringling: Cunningham.
    Notables — Ringling: Tolliver 2-4; McGahee 2-4, 2B; Butler 2-4; Murray 3-4, 2B; Cox 2-4.
     
    Healdton 13, Velma-Alma 2
    HEALDTON — The Bulldogs got started early and never looked back as they coasted to a 13-2 win over Velma-Alma.
     
    Healdton scored five runs in the first two innings and poured on eight runs in the fourth to run-rule the Comets.
     
    Jenna Martin (5-1) picked up the win for Healdton, allowing only two hits and walking only one. Morgan Fletcher (2-for-3, three RBIs, three runs) led the Bulldogs, who had five players with two hits each.
     
    Healdton 13, Velma-Alma 3
    Velma-Alma    003    0    —    3    2    2
    Headlton    140    8    —    13    13    2
    Velma-Alma battery not available. Jenna Martin and Morgan Fletcher. LP — Wright.
    2B — Healdton: Miller.
    Notables — Healdton: Fletcher 2-3, 3 RBIs, 3R; Griffin 2-4; Martin 2-3, 3 RBIs; Blakemore 2-3; Gage 2-2, 3 R.
    Tishomingo 14, Madill 4
    MADILL — It was close through three innings, but the Indians scored five in the fourth and six in the fifth to pull away from Madill in a 14-4 victory.
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    Destiny Justus and and Taylor Wilkinson each had two hits and two RBIs as the Indians racked up 12 hits and 10 walks.
     
    Hannah Brokaw picked up the win, going the full five innings and scattering eight hits. Mikah Hartsfield added three hits for Madill.
     
    Tishomingo 14, Madill 4
    Tishomingo    102    56    —    14    12    0
    Madill    100    12    —    4    8    1
    Hannah Brokaw and Destiny Justus. Haley Furr and Bailee Sparks. W — H. Brokaw. L — Furr.
    2B — Tishomingo: H. Brokaw, Hook; Madill: Mikah Hartsfield, Cheyenne Reed. 3B — Tishomingo: Justus.
    Notables — Tishomingo: H. Brokaw 2-2; Justus 2-2, 2 RBIs; Wilkinson 2-3, 2 RBIs; S. Brokaw 2-2. Madill: Hartsfield 3-3.
    Davis 12, Comanche 1
    COMANCHE — Davis jumped on the Indians early, scoring 11 runs in the first two innings to coast to an easy victory over Comanche 12-1.
     
    The Wolves had 11 hits and walked seven times. All but three Davis players had a hit and five Wolves scored multiple times.
     
    Lexi Williams led Davis with three hits and four RBIs, Jaycee Sanders had two hits and Casady Webb had an RBI double and a run-scoring walk for the Wolves.
    Becky Wilson and Taylor Martin added an RBI each for Davis.
     
    Davis 12, Comanche 1
    Davis    561    0    —    12    11    2
    Comanche    100    0    —    1    3    2
    Macie Buckaloo, Taylor Martin (4) and Casady Webb. Comanche battery not available. W — Buckaloo.
    2B — Davis: Jaycee Sanders, Lexi Williams, Becky Wilson, Webb.
    Notables — Davis: Williams 3-3, 4 RBIs, 2 R; Sanders 2-4, 2 R; Webb 1-3, 2 RBIs, 2 R.

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