HEALDTON — With a district tournament looming next week, the Healdton Bulldogs got some swings in Thursday afternoon at home.

HEALDTON — With a district tournament looming next week, the Healdton Bulldogs got some swings in Thursday afternoon at home.

The Bulldogs needed just five innings to defeat the Ardmore junior varsity squad by a score of 8-0 with pitchers Denton Miller and Zac Benton combining for a no-hitter.

Devin Chancellor put the Bulldogs in front with an RBI single to right, before Coty Scott hit a sacrifice fly RBI to make it 2-0. Dayton Potts put Healdton up 3-0 when his ground ball led to an error, allowing Chancellor to score.

Benton made it 4-0 in the second with an RBI groundout, and would score in the fourth on a passed ball to make it 5-0.

Ethan Purdue hit an RBI single moments later to make it 6-0 for the Bulldogs. 

A sacrifice fly RBI from Miller followed by a walk-off RBI single from Matt Choate ended the game.

Benton and Miller combined for four strikeouts and four walks in five total innings of pitching.

Healdton (13-8) is scheduled to take on Marietta today at 4:30 p.m. on the road.

 

Sulphur 5 Davis 2 

Sulphur soured the Davis Wolves Senior Night festivities Thursday as the Bulldogs claimed at three-run victory at DHS.

Dawson Muck got Sulphur on the board with a sacrifice fly RBI in the top of the first inning. He would later score the second run of the game in the top of the third following an error off a ground ball hit by Justin Pettifer.

Davis tied the game in the bottom half of the third when a ground ball from Weston Fullerton resulted in an error, allowing Jett Martin and Trey Parker to score.

Wyatt Parks gave the Bulldogs back the lead when he scored on an error in the top of the fourth.

Jaden Cantu made it 4-2 for Sulphur when he scored on a throw following a single from Cameron Jones in the top of the sixth.

Pettifer sealed the game with a solo home run in the seventh. 

Jones got the win on the mound for Sulphur (11-18) throwing a complete game effort. He allowed two runs (0 earned) on four hits with four walks and 10 strikeouts.

Jett Martin was tagged with the loss for Davis, throwing 5 1/3 innings of work. He allowed two earned runs on three hits with three walks and one strikeout. 

Davis will be at Plainview Monday afternoon beginning at 4:30 p.m.

 

Plainview 5 Comanche 3 

Speaking of Plainview, they grabbed a narrow two-run victory over the Comanche Indians Thursday afternoon at home.

CJ Jefferson scored on a wild pitch to tie the game at 1-1 in the bottom of the first for Plainview. 

Eli Paul put PHS in front at 2-1 in the second following a fielders choice RBI.

An RBI double from Michael Greisman made it 3-1, before Bryce Sperry stole home, giving Plainview a 4-1 advantage in the third.

Grant Voss would score on a wild pitch in the fifth to put PHS up 5-1.

Comanche got two runs back in the top of the sixth inning.

Blake Barnard got the win on the mound for Plainview, throwing six innings of work. He allowed three runs (0 earned) on eight hits with one walk and two strikeouts.

Plainview is scheduled to host Dickson this afternoon at 4:30 p.m.

 

Tishomingo 3 Dickson 0 

A rare occurrence happened on Thursday for the Dickson Comets. They were defeated, despite having more hits than their opponents, the Tishomingo Indians. 

THS managed to squeeze across three runs in capturing a 3-0 victory at home.

Nick Wilson hit an RBI double to put Tishomingo up 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth.

An RBI groundout from Julian Floyd made it 2-0 in the fifth, before Rylee Holmes added an RBI single.

Zach Douthit took the loss for the Comets on the mound, throwing two innings of work. He allowed three earned runs on five hits with two strikeouts.

 

Kingston 7 Valliant 0 

A road trip to Valliant was no sweat for the Kingston Redskins on Thursday as they earned a road shutout victory.

Jacoby Adkins got the Redskins on the board with a two-RBI double to center, before Cody Flesher made it 3-0 with an RBI double of his own.

A solo home run from Trent Roberts made it 4-0 in the top of the fourth.

Adkins would score on a throwing error in the top of the seventh, before Braden McGehee hit a two-RBI single to center to seal the game.

McGehee got the win on the mound for Kingston, throwing six innings of work. He allowed just three hits with one walk and eight strikeouts.

Jaren Williams got the save throwing an inning of work. He allowed just one hit with one walk and two strikeouts. 

Kingston is scheduled to host Walters on Saturday beginning at 1 p.m.

 

Madill 13 Colbert 4

It was a high scoring affair, but a successful one for Madill Thursday as they took down Colbert at home.

Colbert took the lead with three runs in the top of the first inning, before Madill struck back with five in the bottom half of the inning.

Jake Crowell made it 3-1 with an RBI single, before a sacrifice fly from Jake McHatton made it 3-2.

Paxton Arterberry would hit a ground ball, resulting in an error which brought home Crowell and Seth Lawrence to make it a 4-3 ball game.

Treven Bagley then hit an RBI single to right field to end the first.

Tanner Barnes made it 6-3 in the second with an RBI single to left field.

A two-RBI single from Devin Chapa in the third put the Wildcats ahead 8-3, before Crowell scored following Bret McDaniel being hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to make it 9-4 in the sixth.

Raygon Dodd then hit a walk-off grand slam to send the Wildcat fans home happy. 

Paxton Arterberry got the win on the mound for Madill, throwing three innings of work. He allowed three earned runs on three hits with two walks and two strikeouts.

 

Ada 8 Lone Grove 0 

The Lone Grove Longhorns had a rough start at the Byng Tournament on Thursday, falling to the Ada Cougars. LGHS could only muster up two hits in the contest.

Ada scored two runs in the first, four more in the second and two more in the seventh.

Cody Almond took the loss for the Longhorns, throwing six innings of work. He allowed two earned runs on four hits with seven walks and eight strikeouts.