SULPHUR — Chalk up another title for Sulphur.

The Bulldogs (27-4) wrapped up its second consecutive Lake Country Conference title Tuesday with a 10-0 shutout of Madill. Senior pitcher Allie Saunders pitched her second shutout in as many days and the Bulldogs, ranked No. 2 in Class 3A, run-rulled the Wildcats in four innings.

"At this point last year we had a lot of confidence, and it's the same this year," Sulphur coach Heath Gilbert said. "Allie right now has found her groove and we need to just keep this going for about four weeks."

Only three Madill players reached base, as Saunders gave up one hit, walked two and struck out six in four innings.

Sulphur scored seven runs in the second innning and three in the third. Harlee Griffis continued her torrid season at the plate, going 3-for-3 with two doubles, three runs scored and two RBIs, upping her batting average to .640.

Jaydn Ramer and Reilly Williams each doubled for the Bulldogs.

Sulphur 10, Madill 0
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Ali Selvy and Bailee Sparks. Allie Saunders and Hali Gilbert. W — Saunders (23-4). L — Selvy.
2B — Sulphur: Harlee Griffis 2, Jaydn Ramer, Reilly Williams.
Noteables — Sulphur: Griffis 3-3, 3 R, 2 RBIs, SB; Saunders 4 IP, 6 Ks, 2 BBs.

Davis 3, Lone Grove 1
LONE GROVE — Casady Webb hit a two-run home run and Macie Buckaloo pitched seven innings of scoreless ball to lift Class 3A No. 6 Davis over 4A No. 6 Lone Grove.

Leading 1-0 after Lexi Williams' RBI single in the third inning, Webb extended the Davis lead with her two-out blast in the bottom of the sixth. That was more than Buckaloo needed, as the freshman allowed just four hits and struck out four in the complete game. Lone Grove (20-8) committed three errors.

Konlee Dulaney was 2-for-2 for Davis (20-5).

Davis 3, Lone Grove 0
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Maci Baughman and Lynzi Taylor. Macie Buckaloo and Casady Webb. W — Buckaloo. L — Baughman.
2B — Davis: Konlee Dulaney. HR — Davis: Webb.
Noteables — Davis: Dulaney 2-2, R; Webb 2 RBIs, R; Lexi Williams RBI.

Dickson 11, Plainview 0
Madison Rozzell hit a grand slam and combined with Alex Garrison for a four-inning shutout of Plainview on Tuesday.

Bryttni Gardner, Brittany Wood, Tori Crook and Jacie Battles each had an RBI for Dickson (11-13) in the first inning before Rozzell made the score 8-0 with her homer.

Rozzell struck out three and gave up two hits in two innings, and Garrison struck out one over two innings while holding Plainview hitless.

Wood and Crook each added an RBI single in the fourth inning for the Comets.

Dickson 11 Plainview 0
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Plainview 000 0 — 0 2 1
Madison Rozzell and Bryttni Gardner. Tayte Sampson, Hannah Beth Matherly (1) and Parker Stewart. W — Rozzell. L — Sampson.
HR — Dickson: Rozzell GS.
Noteables — Dickson: Rozzell 4 RBIs; Brittany Wood/Tori Crook 2 RBIs each.

Tishomingo 4, Marietta 1
TISHOMINGO — Marietta outhit Tishomingo, but it was Tish that won the battle of the Indians on Tuesday.

Tishomingo scored three runs in the first inning and pitcher Hannah Brokaw helped keep Marietta scoreless for the first five innings. Chelsea Wilkinson was 2-for-3 with a triple and Emalea Niblett and Taylor Wilkinson each drove in a run for Tishomingo (12-12).

Marietta outhit Tish 8-7, but scored its only run on Shelby Langston's home run in the sixth inning.

Landry Willis was 3-for-3 and Ryleigh Harmon was 2-for-3 for Marietta.

Tishomingo 4, Marietta 1
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Landry Willis and Shelby Langston. Hannah Brokaw and Destiny Justus. W — Brokaw. L — Willis.
2B — Marietta: Landry Willis, Ryleigh Harmon; Tishomingo: Justus. 3B — Tishomingo: Kailee Thomas, Chelsea Wilkinson. HR — Shelby Langston.
Noteables — Tishomingo: Chelsea Wilkinson 2-3, RBI; Taylor Wilkinson/Emalea Niblett/Justus RBI each.

Ada 3, Ardmore 1
Ada scored one run in three separate innings to outlast Ardmore on Tuesday.

Ardmore's lone run came on an RBI groundout by Asjia Anderson in the third inning.

"We did really well defensively, but offensively we struggled tonight," Ardmore coach Charli Crawford said. The Tigers were playing without two starters on Tuesday.

Kenysha Noland had two of Ardmore's five stolen bases.

Colbert 9 Healdton 7, 9 inn.
COLBERT — Class 2A No. 9 Colbert was the latest ranked team on Healdton's schedule, and the Leopards were able to outlast the Bulldogs in extra innings.

Colbert scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to keep the game alive. In the last three weeks, Healdton (18-8), ranked No. 6 in Class A, has played 10 Top 15 teams.

"It seems like every game we play," Healdton coach Joel Bradberry said of the Bulldogs' highly-ranked opposition. "Maybe that'll help us in the end. We're defintely earning our keep right now."

Morgan Fletcher was 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs, and Mikaela Blakemore was 2-for-3 with a double, triple and two RBIs for Healdton.

Colbert 9, Healdton 7, 9 inn.
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Colbert 120 001 302 — 9 11 3
Jenna Martin and Morgan Fletcher. L — Fletcher.
2B — Healdton: Mikaela Blakemore, Caycee Griffin, Martin. 3B — Healdton: Blakemore. HR — Healdton: Fletcher.
Noteables — Healdton: Fletcher 2-3, 2 RBIs; Blakemore 2-5, 2 RBIs.

Ringling 4, Velma-Alma 3
RINGLING — A three-run fifth inning rallied Ringling past Velma-Alma on Tuesday.

The Blue Devils outhit Velma 12-3 but only had a 1-0 lead headed into the fifth inning, when the Comets scored two runs.

Five of Ringling's 12 hits went for extra bases, led by Magan Cunningham, who went 2-for-3 with a double and a triple.

Brittan McGahey, Lacey Rutledge, Ashley Murray and Taylar Boss each drove in a run for Ringling (13-10).

Ringling 4, Velma-Alma 3
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Angel Stoker and Chandler Smith. W — Stoker (13-9).
2B — Velma-Alma: Johnson; Ringling: Ashley Murray, Magan Cunningham, Lacey Rutledge. 3B — Ringling: Bailey Tolliver, Cunningham.
Noteables — Ringling: Tolliver 2-4; Cunningham 2-4; Rutledge 2-3; Taylar Boss 2-3.