MARIETTA — Despite suffering a tough loss earlier in the week to Ringling, the Wilson Lady Eagles managed to find their groove again this past weekend.

MARIETTA — Despite suffering a tough loss earlier in the week to Ringling, the Wilson Lady Eagles managed to find their groove again this past weekend.

WHS managed to earn a pair of victories on Friday during the Clash at I-35 Festival from Marietta. It wasn’t such a strong day for the Lady Indians as they dropped their two contests.

Saturday’s contests were cancelled due to heavy rain.

Wilson is scheduled to be back in action today against the Velma-Alma Lady Comets at home beginning at 6 p.m. 

Marietta meanwhile will be in action Tuesday evening at Thackerville beginning at 5:30 p.m.

 

Wilson 11
Marietta 1 F/4

In perhaps their most complete performance of the season, the Wilson Lady Eagles got their second victory of the season in run-rule fashion against Marietta.

Ivy O’Steen got WHS on the board with a two-RBI single up the middle in the top of the first inning.

Kristen Cornelian made it 3-0 with an RBI single up the middle to start off the top of the second. Bethani Ross broadened the lead with a two-RBI double off the base of the wall to finish the inning.

Makayla Raines made it 6-0 with an RBI groundout in the third, before Marietta got a run back courtesy of an RBI single from Madison Lemons.

Taylor Wolf scored on a wild pitch, before Cornelison scored on a double steal, putting the Lady Eagles up 8-1 in the fourth.

Ross and Taylor O’Steen finished the scoring in the fourth with a pair of RBI hits, with Osteen’s going for a pair of RBI.

Destiny Colbert got the win for the Lady Eagles on the mound, throwing four innings of work. She allowed one hit with one walk while throwing five strikeouts.

Carslee Minyard took the loss for Marietta, throwing three innings of work. She allowed six hits with one walk and one strikeout.

 

Wilson 8
Bray-Doyle 4 

The winning double was completed for Wilson in the late game Friday night against the Lady Donkeys from Bray-Doyle.

B-D managed to get a run in the top of the first, before Courtney Schiralli slapped a two-RBI double in the bottom of the third, before teammate Bethani Ross scored Schiralli on an RBI single to make it 3-1.

Taylor Osteen would later hit an RBI single of her own before later scoring on a passed ball to make it 5-1 for the Lady Eagles.

The Lady Donkeys would get a pair of runs in the top of the fourth to make it a 5-3 contest.

Ivy Osteen made it 6-3 in the bottom of the fifth with a sacrifice fly RBI, before Taylor Osteen would later score to make it 7-3.

Bray-Doyle scored one more in the sixth before Wilson secured the win with an insurance run.

 

Ryan 11
Marietta 9 

In the opening game for the Lady Indians, the Ryan Cowgirls made an already difficult start to the season that much worse.

RHS managed to get five runs in the top of the first inning, before MHS got three of its own in the bottom half of the first.

Bailee Gray made it 5-2 with a two-RBI double to center, before Miranda Curbow cut the deficit to 5-3 with an RBI single to center.

Ryan got one run in the second, before Marietta got two more in the third.

Allison Hicks registered an RBI single off a line drive, before Sierra McKelvy scored following a dropped third strike to make it 6-5.

After Ryan got two more runs in the fourth, the Lady Indians once again mounted a rally.

An RBI groundout from McKelvy followed by an RBI single from Hicks made it 8-7. before Hicks later scored on an error to tie the game.

Kira Anderson gave Marietta the lead with an RBI single to center field later in the inning.

Once again though, the Cowgirls would fight back and eventually steal the victory with three runs in the top of the sixth. 

Carslee Minyard took the loss on the mound for Marietta, allowing seven earned runs on eight hits with three strikeouts.