LONE GROVE — Tishomingo came up a few runs short in a rally against Lone Grove on Tuesday.
After falling behind 6-0, Tishomingo scored the final four runs of the game, but couldn’t over come the seventh-ranked Longhorns (12-3), who won 6-4.
Ashton Johnson led Lone Grove with three RBIs via a single in the first inning and a two-run double in the third.
Kailee Thomas and Susie Brokaw had back-to-back RBis singles in the fourth inning. Brokaw’s hit drove in two runs to cut Lone Grove’s lead to 6-3.
Lone Grove 6, Tishomingo 4
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L. Grove 204 000 x — 6 6 3
Hannah Brokaw and Destiny Justus. Madi Baughman and Lynzi Taylor. W — Baughman. L — Brokaw.
2B — Lone Grove: Ashton Johnson.
Noteables — Tishomingo: S. Brokaw 2 RBIs; Taylor Wilkinson 2-3; Kalee Thomas 1-3, RBI. Lone Grove: Johnson 2-3, 3 RBIs.
Turner 13, Ryan 0
Turner 8, Healdton 3
BURNEYVILLE — Class A No. 2 Turner swept its three-way on Tuesday, run-ruling Ryan 13-0 before beating Class A No. 5 Healdton 8-3.
Turner had 10 hits in each game to improve to 13-1.
“This is a big week for us,” Turner coach Shane Hill said. “We’re getting pretty close to district pairings. They’re a good team and you’ve got to do things right to be able to beat them.”
Against Ryan, Jacey Henry struck out six batters in the three-inning no-hitter. The freshman returned to the circle against Healdton to hold the Bulldogs to six hits over seven innings.
Healdton took a 2-0 lead after the first inning, but Henry allowed just one more run in the fifth. Trailing 3-2 in the fifth, Turner struck for six runs in the bottom of the inning.
“We had one big inning where we took advantage of a couple of walks they had,” Hill said. “Henry did her job as far as throwing strikes and we made some good plays.”
Allie Foster and Henry each drove in three runs against Ryan and Emaleigh Hathorne had two RBIs. Against Healdton, Andi McGill was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, Cheyenne Parker had two RBIs and Henry had three hits.
Lynsie Cantwell had two hits for Healdton (9-5).
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Ryan battery not available. Jacey Henry and Perri McGill. W — Henry 12-1.
2B — Turner: Andi McGill, Tracy McGill, Allie Foster. 3B — Turner: Henry.
Notables — Turner: Foster 3-3, 3 RBIs; A. McGill 2-2; Henry 2-2, 3 RBIs; Emaleigh Hathorne 2-2, 2 RBIs.
Turner 8, Healdton 3
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Turner 000 260 x — 8 10 2
Jenna Martin and Morgan Fletcher. Jacey Henry and Perri McGill. W — Henry 13-1. L — Martin.
2B — Turner: Andi McGill, Kayla Hurst, Henry. 3B — Healdton: MaKayla Nipp.
Noteables — Turner: Andi McGill 3-4, 2 RBIs; Henry 3-3; Cheyenne Parker 2 RBIs. Healdton: Lynsie Cantwell 2-3.
Wynnewood 4 Ardmore 3
Ardmore led 3-1 in the sixth inning but couldn’t close against Wynnewood, losing 4-3 on Tuesday at Valero Park.
The Tigers made four errors in the sixth inning with two outs to allow Wynnewood back into the game.
“We’re playing much better ball than we were last year, so you have to keep it in perspective,” Ardmore coach Charli Crawford said.
Ardmore scored one run each in the first, second and third innings. Katie Cronemeyer hit a triple and Morgan Chavez drove in pinch runner Cheyanne Smith on an RBI groundout.
Asjia Anderson had a RBI sacrifice fly for Ardmore (3-12). The Tigers play at Marietta on Thursday.
DAVIS — Class 3A No. 4 Davis made quick work of Plainview on Tuesday, using a five-run fourth inning for the run-rule victory.
Seven of Davis’ 12 hits went for extra bases. Casady Webb doubled twice and drove in three runs and Lexi Williams had three doubles and three runs scored for the Wolves.
“It was just one of those days that when you hit it, it went in the hole,” Davis coach David Griffin said. “Pitching’s been good, defense has been good. You can’t complain.”
Jaycee Sanders added a home run and starting pitcher Macie Buckaloo allowed just one hit over four innings for Davis (14-2), which posted its fourth consecutive shutout.
Davis 9, Plainview 0
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Tayte Sampson and Parker Stewart. Macie Buckaloo and Casady Webb. W — Buckaloo. L — Sampson.
2B — Davis: Lexi Williams 3, Webb 2, Konlee Dulaney. HR — Davis: Jaycee Sanders.
Notables — Davis: Webb 3-3, 3 RBIs; Williams 3-3, 3 R; Jolie Romine 2-3, 2 R, RBI.
MADILL — Kamryn Adams had three hits and three RBIs, Madison Rozzell allowed just one hit over five innings, and Dickson shut out Madill in conference play.
Rozzell struck out five and walked four in the win and the Comets’ offense had 11 hits. Bryttni Gardner and Kelsie Bidwell each drove in two runs, and Rozzell had three hits and three runs scored for the Comets.
Dickson stole eight bases as a team.
Dickson 9, Madill 0
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Madison Rozzell and Bryttni Gardner. Aly Selvy and Bailey Sparks. W — Rozzell. L — Selvy.
2B — Dickson: Kamryn Adams 2. 3B — Dickson: Rozzell.
Noteables — Dickson: Adams 3-4, 3 RBIs, R; Rozzell 3-4, 3 R, 2 SBs; Alex Garrison 2-2, 2 R; Kelsie Bidwell 2 RBIs, R; Gardner 2 RBIs.
Kingston 13, Marietta 1
KINGSTON — Kingston scored all of its runs in the first two innings against Marietta in a three-inning game Tuesday.
Shannon Lane had three hits, including a three-run home run, and three runs scored to lead the Redskins. Lane was one of five Kingston players with two hits or more.
Kristen Self added a two-run double and Caitlyn French had two hits and two RBIs for Kingston. The Redskins outhit Marietta 12-4.
Logan Willis had an RBI double in the second inning for Marietta’s lone run.
Kingston 13, Marietta 1
Marietta 010 — 1 4 0
Kingston 58x — 13 12 0
Landry Willis and Shelby Langston.
2B — Marietta: Logan Willis. Kingston: Caitlyn French, Kristen Self, Shannon Lane, No. 2. HR — Kingston: Lane.
Noteables — Kingston: French 2-2, 2 RBIs, 2 R; Lane 2-3, 3 RBIs, 3 R; Self 2-3, 2 RBIs, 2 R.
Other games: Sulphur def. Comanche (forfeit).