SULPHUR — Ahead of its biggest game of the season, Sulphur held Kingston to two runs over seven innings on Monday in a 9-2 win.

The Bulldogs (18-4), ranked third in Class 3A, shot out to a 5-1 lead after two innings. Harlee Griffis and Haley White set the table at the top of the lineup, each chipping in with two hits and two runs scored.

Allie Saunders doubled and Jadyn Ramer added a triple for Sulphur, which play at No. 4 Davis today at 6:30 p.m.

Sulphur 9, Kingston 2
Kingston 010 100 0 — 2 5 4
Sulphur 320 004 x — 9 9 1
Wallace and Wakeley. Allie Saunders and Hali Gilbert. W — Saunders (14-4). L — Wallace.
2B — Kingston: Dupree; Sulphur: Saunders. 3B — Sulphur: Jadyn Ramer.
Noteables — Sulphur: Harlee Griffis 2-2, 2 R, 2 SBs; Haley White 2-3, 2 R.

Healdton rebounds after tourney loss, run-rules Wilson
HEALDTON — A 12-run first inning ignited Healdton to a 15-0 run-rule win over Wilson on Monday.

Healdton took advantage of 12 walks and two hit batters. The Bulldogs scored all of their runs on just five hits.

Caycee Griffin was 2-for-2 and Lexi Gage had four RBIs for Healdton (16-7), ranked No. 5 in Class A. Healdton pitcher Jenna Martin struck out four, walked two and didn't allow a hit.

The Bulldogs were coming off of a loss in the Sterling Tournament to Class 3A No. 5 Marlow on Saturday. Healdton's only two losses of the tournament were to the Outlaws, who beat the Bulldogs 4-0 in the first meeting and 10-0 in the tournament final.

Healdton had to win four games on Saturday to get to the championship game against Marlow. The Bulldogs came out of the tournament 5-2, with wins against Boone-Apache (16-2), Cyril-Cement (12-5), Hobart (3-2), Sterling (9-5) and Fort Cobb-Broxton (9-0).

Healdton coach Joel Bradberry said Marlow is a legit state championship contender in 3A.

"By the time we got to that (championship) game, we were gassed," Bradberry said. "They've got a pitcher that's about 6-3. They are athletic, they can hit and they can field."

Healdton 15, Wilson 0
Wilson 000 — 0 0 1
Healdton (12)3x — 15 5 0
Jenna Martin and Morgan Fletcher. W — Martin (15-6).
Noteables — Healdton: Lexi Gage 4 RBIs; Caycee Griffin 2-2; Martin 3 IP, 4 Ks, 0 H.

Dickson 7, Marietta 5
DICKSON — Marietta scored all five of its runs in the seventh inning in a comeback against Dickson that fell short.

"We got kinda comfortable and settled a bit," Dickson coach Trent Patterson said. "Give credit to them, they fought back and made it interesting."

Dickson built its lead to 7-0 behind the pitching of Madison Rozzell, who kept Marietta to no runs and three hits through six innings before the Indians' offense got going. Rozzell finished with eight strikeouts and four walks in the compete game.

Kelsie Bidwell hit a three-run triple in the sixth to push the Comets' lead to 7-0. Rozzell was 2-for-2 with three runs scored, and Nikki Faulkner had two hits and two RBIs for Dickson.

Marietta broke up the shutout with consecutive RBI hits from Logan Willis, Shelby Langston and Shawna Dewey in the seventh. Dewey finished 3-for-4 to pace the Indians.

Marietta had runners on first and second with two outs when Brittany Wood made a diving catch in left field to preserve the win for Dickson (6-11).

Dickson 7, Marietta 5
Marietta 000 000 5 — 5 8 1
Dickson 120 013 x — 7 10 0
Landry Willis and Shelby Langston. Madison Rozzell and Brytnni Gardner. W — Rozzell. L — Gardner.
2B — Marietta: Langston; Dickson: Rozzell. 3B — Dickson: Kelsie Bidwell.
Noteables — Marietta: Shawna Dewey 3-4, RBI; Logan Willis/Langston RBI each. Dickson: Rozzell 2-2, 3 R, RBI, SB; Bidwell 3 RBIs; Nikki Faulkner 2-4, 2 RBIs; Jacie Battles/Bethany Willard 2-3, 2 R each.

Lone Grove 8, Plainview 7
Cheyanna Stepp's sacrifice fly in the top of the sixth brought home the winning run for Lone Grove in a hitfest with Plainview.

Each team finished with 11 hits, with Lone Grove striking last after Plainview tied the game in the bottom of the fifth on RBI singles from Mykah Smith and Tayte Sampson. Smith and Sampson each finished with three hits for Plainview.

Stepp and Haley McCutchen had two RBIs each for Lone Grove, ranked seventh in Class 4A. McKenzie Williams had a two-run double for Plainview in the fourth, when the Indians began their rally from a 7-2 deficit by scoring the next five runs.

Lone Grove 8, Plainview 7
Lone Grove 011 501 0 — 8 11 2
Plainview 200 320 0 — 7 11 4
Madi Baughman and Lynzi Taylor. Tayte Sampson and Parker Stewart. W — Baughman. L — Sampson.
2B — Plainview: Mykah Smith 2, McKenzie Williams. 3B — Lone Grove: Haley McCutchen.
Noteables — Lone Grove: Haley McCutchen 2 RBIs; Baughman/Tanner Gray 2 H each; Cheyanna Stepp 2 RBIs. Plainview: Smith 3-3, 2 RBIs, 3 R; Sampson 3-4, 2 RBIs; Williams 2 RBIs; Kaylee Roskam 2-3, 2 R.

Davis 8, Madill 2
MADILL — T.J. Pratt drove in three runs and Casady Webb knocked in two as Class 3A No. 4 Davis rolled past Madill on Monday.

With a 3-2 lead entering the third inning, Davis scored five runs over the next two frames to put the game out of reach.

Lexi Williams scored three times and added an RBI double for Davis, which faces No. 3 Sulphur today at 6:30 p.m.

Davis 8, Madill 2
Davis 303 200 0 — 8 9 0
Madill 200 000 0 — 2 6 3
Macie Buckaloo, Casady Webb (5) and Webb and Jaycee Sanders. Madill battery not available.
2B — Davis; Lexi Williams.
Noteables — Davis: Webb 2-4, 2 RBIs, R; TJ Pratt 2-2, 3 RBIs; Williams 3 R, RBI; Jolie Romine 2-5; Taylor Martin 2-4, RBI.

Tishomingo 12, Comanche 2
TISHOMINGO — Comanche was the cure for Tishomingo's hitting woes, as Tish scored nine runs in the third inning or a run-rule victory Monday.

"We've kinda been in a slump hitting-wise," Tishomingo coach Brandon Moreland said. "That's the first time in a while we've gotten any consistency hitting."

Tish started with three runs in the second inning. Eight different Tishomingo players had a hit, led by Jaysa Northcutt, who drove in two runs and scored twice.

Susie Brokaw doubled and scored two runs, and Taylor Wilkinson, Destiny Justus and Brokaw each had an RBI for Tishomingo (9-10).

Tishomingo 12, Comanche 2
Comanche 000 2 — 2 4 0
Tishomingo 030 9 — 12 8 0
Comanche battery not available. Hannah Brokaw and Destiny Justus. W — H. Brokaw (8-9).
2B — Tishomingo: Susie Brokaw, Chelsea Wilkinson, Justus.
Noteables — Tishomingo: Jaysa Northcutt 2 RBIs, 2 R; S. Brokaw 2 R, RBI; Taylor Wilkinson/Justus RBI each.

Ringling 12, Waurika 2
RINGLING — Angel Stoker tossed a nine-strikeout no-hitter over four innings and Ringling had 13 hits to rout Waurika.

Britann McGahey and Stoker each had two-run doubles, C-Leigh Butler was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Chandler Smith had two hits and two RBIs for the Blue Devils (10-10). Ringling ended the game with a seven-run fourth inning.

Taylar Boss and Magan Cunningham each had two hits and an RBI, and Lacey Rutledge added an RBI triple for Ringling.

Ringling 12, Waurika 2
Waurika 101 0 — 2 0 2
Ringling 311 7 — 12 13 2
Angel Stoker and Ashley Murray. W — Stoker.
2B — Ringling: Britann McGahey, Chandler Smith, Taylar Boss, Stoker. 3B — Ringling: Lacey Rutledge.
Noteables — Ringling: C-Leigh Butler 3-3, 2 RBI; Magan Cunningham 2-2, RBI; McGahey 2-3, 2 RBIs; Smith 2-3, 2 RBI; Boss 2-3, RBI.

Colbert 5, Turner 0
COLBERT — Class B No. 2 Turner was shut out by 2A No. 8 Colbert on Monday.

Trailing 1-0, Turner had the tying run on second in the sixth inning, but couldn't get it across. The Falcons then gave up four runs in the bottom of the inning.

"It was a good test for us," Turner coach Shane Hill said. "It tells us we have a long way to go."

Allie Foster was 2-for-3 with a double for Turner's only two hits.

The Falcons dropped to 15-2.

Colbert 5, Turner 0
Turner 000 000 0 — 0 2 2
Colbert 001 004 x — 5 5 1
Jacey Henry and Perri McGill. L — Henry.
2B — Turner: Allie Foster.
Noteables — Turner: Foster 2-3.