While the Kingston Lady Redskins got on a roll to start the weekend at the Rock Creek tournament, they ended with a fizzle.

While the Kingston Lady Redskins got on a roll to start the weekend at the Rock Creek tournament, they ended with a fizzle.

KHS won its opening three games all in shutout fashion, before dropping a pair of close contests to end the weekend, leaving its overall record at 3-3 for the season. 

Kingston is scheduled to take part in a triangular today at New Lima, where Kiowa will also be participating.

 

Kingston 5
Rock Creek 0

Taylor Spence made sure to get KHS off on the right start in the opener, as she no-hit host Rock Creek in a six inning contest.

Kobe McDonald put the Lady Redskins on the board in the bottom of the third with an RBI single, before Jewell Henery made it 3-0 with a two-RBI double to center.

Another RBI hit from McDonald, combined with Avri Weeks scoring on an error in the fourth made it a 5-0 lead for Kingston.

Spence finished with nine strikeouts on the mound.

 

Kingston 2 Morris 0 

Game two was much of the same from Spence as she tossed another shutout, while her teammates did just enough to get past Morris.

RBI hits from Mia Mills and Kayte Auld in the bottom of the first inning were enough offense for the Lady Redskins in the contest.

Spence threw five innings of work on the mound, allowing just three hits with one walk and four strikeouts.

 

Kingston 2
Ringling 0

Kingston left it late against the Lady Blue Devils from Ringling, but a two-out two-RBI double from Dana Wagnon in the top of the seventh proved to be the difference as KHS won its third straight game.

Taylor Spence pitched a complete game on the mound, allowing just four hits with one walk and three strikeouts. 

 Silo 3 Kingston 1

Against Silo, Kingston’s luck finally ran out as the Lady Redskins saw their winning streak come to a screeching halt.

SHS took the lead with a run in the second inning followed by two more in the fourth.

Kingston made it 3-1 in the top of the fifth courtesy of Kes Reeves hitting a ground ball, resulting in an error which allowed Avri Weeks to score.

Taylor Spence took the loss on the mound, throwing four innings of work. She allowed three runs (0 earned) on three hits with one walk and one strikeout.

 

Caddo 5
Kingston 4

The final game of the tournament brought with it the toughest result, as Caddo stormed back from a 4-1 deficit with four runs in the bottom of the fourth to claim the victory.

Kingston scored four in the second through an RBI single from Taylor Spence, followed by Jewell Henery and Dana Wagnon each stealing home to make it 3-0.

Brittany O’Steen then registered an RBI bunt single to make it 4-0.

Caddo got a run back in the bottom of the third before its furious rally in the fourth.

Henry took the loss on the mound for Kingston, throwing 3 1/3 innings of work. She allowed three earned runs on six hits with three strikeouts.