If there was ever a team who is flying under the radar this season, it’s the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs.

If there was ever a team who is flying under the radar this season, it’s the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs.

Monday afternoon, Heath Gilbert’s squad decided to make a little more noise in the district 3-4A standings as SHS hosted Madill in a doubleheader.

Sulphur had no problems handling the Lady Wildcats as they won 12-0 and 13-1, improving them to 8-1 overall and 4-0 in district play.

Madill meanwhile fell to 2-8 overall and 0-4 in district play.

Today will see a showdown take place between the Lady Bulldogs and the Lone Grove Lady Horns, as both teams sit at 4-0 atop district 3-4A. First pitch is set for 5 p.m from the Sulphur softball complex.

Madill meanwhile will be hosting Pauls Valley today in a double header beginning at 5 p.m.


Dickson 5
Lexington 3

Coming off a 1-2 weekend at the Tishomingo Tournament, the Dickson Lady Comets got back in the win column Monday against the Lexington Lady Bulldogs.

LHS got a run in the second and fourth innings, before Dickson came back with five in the bottom half of the fourth inning.

First Kelsie Allen registered an RBI single, before Savannah Hunley put Dickson in front when she cleared the bases with a three-RBI triple to center field, putting the Lady Comets ahead 4-2.

Kylie Farmer then gave Dickson an insurance run with a sacrifice fly RBI.

Lexington threatened to rally with one run in the sixth, but the Lady Comets snuffed it out.

Shanna McKown threw a complete game on the mound, allowing two earned runs on 10 hits with one walk and four strikeouts. 

Dickson (3-3) is at Tishomingo today with first pitch set for 5 p.m.


Caddo 4
Tishomingo 2

Speaking of the Lady Indians, their normal high flying offense was held in check on Monday at home by Caddo.

CHS took the lead 1-0 in the top of the third, before the Lady Indians tied the game with a run in the bottom of the third thanks to an RBI double from Grace Anderson to left.

It looked as though the Lady Indians home magic was going to strike again as Cheyenne Arkansas gave Tishomingo a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the fifth with an RBI single to center.

However, three runs in the top of the sixth by Caddo snapped the Lady Indians three-game winning streak.

Anderson took the loss on the mound for Tishomingo throwing a complete game effort. She allowed two earned runs on five hits with two walks and 12 strikeouts.

Kylee Anderson got the win in the circle for Caddo, also throwing a complete game effort. She allowed two earned runs on seven hits with two walks and four strikeouts.

Tishomingo (8-3) is at home today against Dickson.


Healdton 11
Wilson 3 F/6

Following a rough weekend at the Oklahoma Shootout, the Healdton Lady Bulldogs snapped their five game losing streak with a six inning run-rule win over the Wilson Lady Eagles Monday at Lady Bulldog Field.

HHS got on the board in the second when Josey Brooks slapped an RBI double which scored Jessie Black. 

The lead was increased in the third inning when Adrie Brown scored a run, followed by a three-RBI double from Whisper Love, which put the Lady Bulldogs up 5-0.

Wilson finally struck back in the top of the fourth when Taylor Wolf hit an RBI single to center, making it 5-1.

Courtney Schiralli made it 5-2 in the fifth when she scored for the Lady Eagles.

However, Healdton was in no mood to let a comeback happen this time.

Tori Wingo and Macey Howell each scored to make it a 7-2 ball game, while Brown scored following an error to make it 8-2.

WHS tried to mount one last rally in the top of the sixth when Katelyn Hacker slapped an RBI single to score Wolf, but the Lady Bulldogs added three in the bottom half of the inning with Tori Wingo, Brooks and Love scoring to finish the game.

Mollie Marshall got the win in the circle for the Lady Bulldogs, while Destiny Colbert took the loss for the Lady Eagles.

Healdton (2-5) is at Stratford today beginning at 5 p.m. while Wilson (4-3) is hosting Ryan at 4:30 p.m.


Kingston 11
Colbert 0 F/4

Kingston’s Lady Redskins made themselves feel right at home on the road Monday afternoon.

Four innings was enough for KHS to run-rule Colbert, as the Lady Redskins won for the third time in their last four games.

Madison Auld got Kingston on the board with an RBI single in the top of the first, before Dana Wagnon doubled the lead with a sacrifice fly RBI in the second.

Auld struck again in the second as she hit a three-RBI double to center field, making it a 5-0 Lady Redskins lead.

Jewell Henery put KHS up 6-0 in the second with an RBI single to right.

Wagnon got another pair of RBI’s in the third with a double to center, with Taylor Spence hitting a sacrifice fly RBI to make it 9-0.

Auld got yet another RBI hit as she sent a single to left field, putting the Lady Redskins in double digits.

Madison Jones finished the scoring with an RBI single in the fourth.

Spence got the win on the mound for Kingston, throwing four innings of work. She allowed just one hit with one walk and three strikeouts.

Kingston (5-4) will be at Davis this evening as part of a triangular with the Lady Wolves and Washington.