Sulphur 12, Dickson 2

SULPHUR — The highly touted Sulphur softball team struck early and often, knocking off Dickson 12-2 in four innings Tuesday night.

The Bulldogs jumped out to a 3-0 lead, but it was a six-run inning that put the game away for all intents and purposes. The outburst came after the Comets had pulled to within 4-2.

Sulphur only had five hits in the game, but took advantage of control issues, drawing nine walks. Among those picking up hits were Harlee Griffis, Haley White, Reilly Williams and Allie Saunders.

Saunders picked up the win, giving up five hits and walking two while striking out one. Both runs were earned. Alex Garrison took the loss, giving up the five hits and nine walks. Eight of the 12 runs were earned.

Madison Rozzell, Kamryn Adams, Nikki Faulkner, Jacie Battles and Brittany Wood all reached base with base hits.

Late Monday night

Lone Grove 8,Pauls Valley 0

PAULS VALLEY — Madi Baughman left an impression on Pauls Valley, turning in a no-hitter to lead Lone Grove to an 8-0 win Monday night. Baughman went five innings, striking out four and allowing no walks. Cheyanna Stepp was 2-for-3 with two runs to pace the Longhorn attack. Haley McCutchen was 1-for-3 with two runs and an RBI, and Harley McCutchen was 1-for-3 with a run and two RBIs. Beth Hallum had a triple and Tanner Gray had a double in the win.

Davis 15, Wynnewood 2

DAVIS — The Wolves had little problems in knocking off their I-35 neighbor Wynnewood 15-2 in a three-inning affair. Davis scored six runs in the first inning and nine in the second, and finished with 14 hits. Jolie Romine was 3-for-3 at the plate witH two runs and an RBI to lead Davis. Macie Buckaloo also had a strong day at the plate, going 2-for-2 with two runs and two RBIs. Both Konlee Dunlaney and Taylor Martin finished 2-for-3.

Buckaloo went one inning without giving up a hit, and Martin threw two, giving up two unearned runs on one hit.