The Healdton Lady Bulldogs scored runs in all four innings on 10 hits in a 8-0 run-rule win over Rush Springs to open the Central Marlow Tournament on Thursday. 

Mikaela Reuber tossed a no-hitter with two strikeouts. 

Abbie Etter had three hits and an RBI. Lexi Gage and Caycee Griffin had two hits apiece and Griffin added three RBIs. Jessi Kelly also had an RBI. 

Healdton 5, Chattanooga 2

In the second game of tournament play on Thursday, Healdton struck in the first three inning for five runs that held up for the 5-2 win over Chattanooga.

Reuber went five innings with one strikeout. 

Nipp had two hits, Adrie Brown and Abbie Etter were both walked and Hunter Tolliver had two RBIs. 

Healdton (3-1) lost the last game of the day 10-5 to tournament hosts Central Marlow.

Chisolm Trail Tournament

Ardmore 1, Bristow 0

The Lady Tigers kicked off tournament play on Thursday with a 1-0 win over Bristow with nine hits. 

Madison Moore notched the only RBI needed in the win in the top of the third inning.

Kenysha Noland and Bayleigh Howell had two hits apiece, Lexi Duff and Moore each walked and Duff struck out 10 over five innings of work in the circle.

The Lady Tigers (1-2) lost 9-0 to Choctaw in the second game of the day.

Dale 11, Marietta 4

The Lady Indians fell behind 10-0 after two innings and rallied for four runs in the third, but it wasn’t enough in an 11-4 loss to Dale.

Cashlynne Williams had two RBIs for Marietta, while Reagan Bean and Ryleigh Harmon were both walked. 

Landry Willis got the start in the circle and went four innings with one strikeout.

Dale had 16 hits compared to seven for Marietta.

Perry 5, Marietta 3

In the second game of the day Thursday, Marietta (1-3) fell behind again, 5-0 after two innings. 

Two runs in the fourth and another in the fifth wouldn’t be enough in a 5-3 loss. 

Harmon and Willis each had RBIs and Willis pitched 4.1 innings with two strikeouts.

 Purcell 2, Plainview 0

The Plainview Lady Indians (0-2) dropped their opening game of tournament play in a 2-0 loss to Purcell. 

The Lady Dragons scored in the first and third inning and finished with three hits compared to one for Plainview. 

Mackenzie Williams had the Lady Indians’ lone hit and Tayte Sampson got the start in the circle going four innings with three strikeouts.

Rock Creek Tournament

Tushka 8, Kingston 3

The Lady Redskins started tournament play with an 8-3 loss to Tushka on Thursday. 

Heading to the fourth inning, Kingston trailed 4-3 but allowed four runs in the top of the fourth and couldn’t muster an answer. 

Kingston committed four errors in the loss. 

Alli Wakely led Kingston with two RBIs and Kes Reeves was walked. 

Alivia McCuan went four innings in the circle and struck out one. 

Kingston is now 0-2 on the season, including Tuesday’s 14-10 loss to Calera.