The Ardmoreite


Chickasha swept two games from Ardmore in a doubleheader on Thursday as the Fighting Chicks won 12-0 and 14-2 at Valero Park.


The first game ended quickly, with Chickasha hitting double digits in just three innings. The Fighting Chicks (10-0), state runners-up in Class 5A in 2012, scored seven runs in the first inning. Starting pitcher Kelsi Gore faced one batter over the minimum, striking out four in three innings.


Kaitlyn Cronemeyer hit a solo home run for Ardmore (1-7) in Game 2. The Tigers scored their other run on a sacrifice fly by Katelyn Hartman to score Kenisha Noland.


“I told the girls before the game that I just wanted them to make routine plays,” Ardmore coach Charli Crawford said. “Sometimes we made really good plays. Asjia (Anderson) did a good job on (the double play).


“Overall Chickasha’s a good team. We’ve got to make routine plays against teams like that or it will get out of hand real quick.”



Lone Grove 8
Ringling 2
RINGLING — Lone Grove shot out to an 8-0 lead before Ringling could respond on Thursday.


Madi Baughman struck out four and allowed just six hits over seven innings for the Longhorns. Harley McCutchen had a two-run double in the fifth inning, Raley Long added an RBI double and Cheyanna Stepp had two hits and two runs scored for Lone Grove, which improved to 8-1.


Alyssa Cox was 2-for-3 for Ringling. The Blue Devils’ runs came on RBI singles from Cox and Bailey Tolliver in the seventh.


Ringling (4-4) will play at the Healdton Festival today and then in the Hall of Fame Tournament in Shawnee on Saturday.


The Blue Devils will play Bridge Creek (1:30 p.m.) and Konawa (6:45 p.m.) on Saturday.



Lone Grove 8, Ringling 2
L. Grove    100    121    3    —    8    6    3
Ringling    000    000    2    —    2    8    4
Madi Baughman and Hallum. Angel Stoker and Ashley Murray. W — Baughman. L — Stoker.
2B — Lone Grove: Haley McCutchen, Harley McCutchen, Raley Long, Tanner Gray; Ringling: Stoker.
Notables — Ringling: Alyssa Cox 2-3. Lone Grove: Cheyanna Stepp 2-4, 2 R; Har. McCutchen 2 RBIs; Allison Bolles/Long 2 R each.