The Lady Tigers softball team split six games this weekend at the Chisholm Trail Classic in Shawnee.

Ardmore (3-4) alternated wins and losses.

In their last game, the Lady Tigers had the bases loaded with one out in the final inning, coach Charli Crawford said.

Mount St. Mary’s escaped with a 9-4 win. 

“I was just really proud of the way that they each hit,” she said.

Ardmore defeated Lexington 17-4 in their fifth game of the tournament, scoring 13 runs in the opening inning.

“Everyone hit, one through nine,” Crawford said. “(We were) killing the ball. There were hardly any errors.”

Ashelynn McGee had a pair of hits, and Kenysha Noland tripled.

Freshman pitcher Lexi Duff struck out six in the three-inning contest.

Washington defeated Ardmore 13-0 in the Lady Tigers’ fourth game of the weekend.

In Ardmore’s three losses, Duff threw three innings, and Katelyn Cronemeyer relieved her.

Ardmore opened the tournament with a 1-0 victory against Bristow on Thursday.

Later that day, Choctaw defeated the Lady Tigers 9-0.

On Friday, Ardmore defeated Little Axe 10-0.

Duff threw a one-hitter and struck out five in the three-inning shutout.

Washington defeated the Lady Tigers in Ardmore’s second game on Friday.

The Lady Tigers play at Chickasha on Tuesday at 5 p.m.


Ringling finishes third at Central Marlow tourney

The Ringling softball team improved to 5-1 on the season with a tough five games in two days.

On Friday, Ringling started with a 5-4 win over Elmore City-Pernell. 

Angel Stoker went five innings with five strikeouts and all four runs were unearned. A three-run fifth inning sealed the win.

Sterling dealt Ringling its only loss in a 4-0 result in the second game of the day. Stoker had five strikeouts and Ringling committed two errors. 

The Blue Devils bounced back with a 6-4 win over Velma-Alma in the third game on Friday. A four-run fifth inning was the difference. 

Stoker struck out five, Bailey Toliver went 2-for-3 with a triple, C-Leigh Butler had a double and Jessie Black went 2-for-3 with a double. 

In the nightcap on Friday, Ringling edged Walters 1-0.

Cody Toliver picked up the win in the circle with three strikeouts and two walks. 

The lone run came in the fifth inning. 

On Saturday in the third-place game, Ringling needed extra innings to beat Healdton 4-3. 

Toliver went 2-for-5 and Britain McGahee was 3-for-4 with a triple that brought home a run in the top of the eighth. 

Whitney Lester was 3-for-4 with a double and Stoker improved to 4-1 on the year, going all eight innings. 

Mikaela Rueber pitched for Healdton and went eight innings with three strikeouts and gave up six hits.

Hunter Toliver was 2-for-4 with a double for Healdton.


Bethel 13, Lone Grove 0

The Lady Horns managed just three hits and committed nine errors in Friday’s 13-0 loss to Bethel in four innings at the Chisolm Trail Tournament. 

Bethel opened with a run in the first innings, seven in the second, one in the third and four more in the fourth on 15 hits. 

Pitcher Madi Baughman struck out two over four innings.

Brooklyn Mason was walked once for Lone Grove.


Lone Grove 10, Lexington 0

In the second meeting of the season between the two teams, Lone Grove beat Lexington 10-0 behind a no-hitter from Baughman along with five strikeouts.

Mason, Stepp and Faught had two RBIs each with Dellis adding two hits. 

Lone Grove is 2-3 on the season heading into Monday’s 4:30 p.m. start at Madill. 


Cache 7, Marietta 6

The Lady Indians dropped their first game of Chisolm Trail Tournament play on Friday to Cache.

Landry Willis went five innings with four strikeouts and allowed 12 hits.

Marietta made contact with 11 hits but two errors proved costly. Ryleigh Harmon had two hits and an RBI for Marietta.

The Lady Indians scored a run in the first but didn’t mount a comeback until the fifth with three runs. Marietta added two more in the sixth. but a three-run bottom of the inning from Cache put the game out of reach.  


Marietta 11, Bethany 3

Marietta bounced back with a six-run first inning in an 11-3 win over Bethany in Friday’s night cap. 

The Lady Indians tacked on three more in the second and two in the fourth on 11 hits. 

Cashlynne Williams led the way at the plate with three RBIs, Willis added two on two hits and Harmon had two hits. 

Willis went five innings in the circle with four strikeouts.


Blanchard 3, Marietta 2

In Saturday morning’s tournament finale for Marietta, Blanchard came out on top 3-2. 

Willis went five innings with three strikeouts and Williams added an RBI with one walk. 

Marietta had six hits in the loss and held a 2-1 lead before Blanchard brought home two runs in the bottom of the sixth.

The Lady Indians (2-5) travel to Davis (4-0) on Monday.


Chandler 13, Plainview 3

Plainview fell behind 5-0 after the first inning and appeared to settle in with three runs in the second. 

But, an eight-run third inning from Changer put the game away on Friday at the Chisolm Trail Tournament. 

Morris dealt the Lady Indians a 3-1 loss on Saturday.