Following a dramatic victory just a week prior, the Ringling Lady Blue Devils kept things simple on Tuesday in their triangular against Wilson and Thackerville.

Following a dramatic victory just a week prior, the Ringling Lady Blue Devils kept things simple on Tuesday in their triangular against Wilson and Thackerville.

A pair of comfortable victories were earned by the Lady Blue Devils in Thackerville, with THS defeating Wilson in the other game of the day by a 2-0 score.

 

Ringling 11
Wilson 2 F/5

Ringling got its day off to a flying start with a run-rule victory over the Wilson Lady Eagles.

Kassidy Perkins made it 1-0 in the top of the first with an RBI single, before the lead was doubled in the third thanks to Kelsea Thompson hitting an RBI single.

Whitney Lester made it 3-0 when she collected a fielder’s choice RBI, before Codi Tolliver slapped a two-RBI double to center field, putting Ringling ahead 5-0.

London Lewis then got in on the action with an RBI single of her own, with Perkins bringing home two more runs with an RBI double to center.

Raylee Pogue finished off the inning with an RBI single to left.

It was 10-0 in the fourth when Sydney Southward registered an RBI groundout.

A fly ball hit by Wilson’s Destiny Colbert in the bottom of the fourth resulted in an error, allowing the Lady Eagles to get on the board with a pair of runs.

A sacrifice fly RBI from Perkins finished off the game in the fifth for Ringling.

Rhyme Tolliver collected the win pitching, throwing five innings. She allowed two runs (0 earned) on four hits with three strikeouts.

Colbert took the loss for Wilson, allowing 10 earned runs on 13 hits with one strikeout and six walks.

Ringling 16 Thackerville 0 F/3 

There was little drama in the Lady Blue Devils second game of the day, as they dispersed the Thackerville Lady Cats in three innings.

RHS opened the game with 13 runs in the first inning, before adding three more in the second.

Steele Price and Kassidy Perkins each tallied three RBI apiece in the game, with Rachel Baker, Sarar Scifres, Karagan Cox, Rayme Tolliver, Kelsea Thompson, Whitney Lester and Codi Tolliver all earning one RBI in the game.

Rayme Tolliver and Mollie Stearns combined to throw a no-hitter on the mound, allowing just one base runner in the game. Tolliver struck out two batters in her 1 1/3 innings of work. 

Healdton 12 Turner 4 F/6

For the third straight game Tuesday, the Healdton Lady Bulldogs flexed their offensive muscle at the plate. And for the third straight time, they collected a victory. 

The latest team to fall to HHS was the No. 3 Turner Lady Falcons, who suffered just their fourth loss of the year, falling to 13-4 overall. Healdton meanwhile evened its record at 7-7.

Turner will be at home Friday afternoon taking on Caney, while Healdton will compete at the Southwest Shootout beginning today at Sterling.

Ryleigh Parker got Turner on the board in the first inning when she slapped a two-RBI single to center.

Bali Thompson made it a one-run game in the bottom half of the inning with an RBI single of her own for Healdton.

Courtney Doyal tied the game when she hit a ground ball resulting in an error, allowing Mollie Marshall to score in the bottom of the third.

Thompson struck again to give the Lady Bulldogs the lead with an RBI single to right field.

Whisper Love then gave HHS some breathing room with a two-RBI double to left field to end the inning.

But, Turner came back with a pair of runs in the fourth through a fly ball hit by Kaylee Colston which resulted in an error allowing a run to score, followed by Calli Hawkins hitting a ground ball which also resulted in an error and a run scoring to make it 5-4.

However, Maddie Bradberry and Doyal hit back-to-back RBI hits to put Healdton up 7-4 in the bottom half of the fourth. 

Torree Wingo and Love then got a pair of RBI hits, with Love’s being another two-RBI single to make it a 10-4 lead.

A fielder’s choice RBI from Jessie Black in the fifth put HHS on the verge of victory at 11-4, before Adrie Brown finished the game with a walk-off RBI double to center.

Mollie Marshall got the win on the mound for Healdton, throwing six innings of work. She allowed three earned runs on four hits with three strikeouts.

Allí Willis took the loss on the mound for Turner, throwing four innings. She allowed 10 runs (1 earned) on 10 hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

Tishomingo 7 Coalgate 4

Speaking of winning streaks, the No. 18 Tishomingo Lady Indians are on a solid roll right now.

Following Tuesday’s victory over Coalgate, THS extended its current win streak to six straight victories entering the LCC tournament.

Laney Rogers got the Lady Indians on the board in the bottom of the first with a bunt which resulted in an error and a run scoring. 

Later in the inning, Rylee Barnes laid down a bunt of her own, which led to another error. This time three more runs scored, putting Tishomingo up 4-0.

Coalgate struck back with two runs in the top of the second inning, before the lead was down to 4-3 in the top of the third.

The game was tied in the fourth when CHS hit a solo home run to left field.

However, Grace Anderson had a trump card for the Lady Indians when she slapped a three-RBI double to center in the bottom half of the fourth to put Tishomingo up 7-4.

Anderson pitched a complete game, allowing two earned runs on six hits with one walk and eight strikeouts.

Kingston 4 Atoka 0

In the first game of a home triangular Tuesday, the Kingston Lady Redskins shut out Atoka in a low-scoring contest.

A sacrifice bunt from Dana Wagnon resulted in an error, putting Kingston up 1-0 in the third.

Wagnon would later scored on a passed ball to make it a 2-0 lead for KHS.

Tyler Bohannon moved the lead to 4-0 when she hit a two-run home run to right in the fourth.

Taylor Spence tossed a complete game on the mound for the Lady Redskins, allowing just one hit with 13 strikeouts.

Kingston 10 Marietta 0 F/4

Kingston finished off a sweep in its two games with a run-rule victory over Marietta in four innings.

Nine runs in the first inning sent KHS on its way before the winning run was scored in the fourth.

Kobe McDonald led the Lady Redskins with three RBI, with Madison Auld and Tyla Bohannon each with two RBI.

Jewell Henry and Avri Weeks combined to throw a no-hitter with the two Lady Redskins pitchers striking out five batters.

Carslee Minyard threw 3 2/3 innings for Marietta, allowing five earned runs on eight hits.

 

Atoka 16
Marietta 2 F/5

Marietta suffered a second loss at Kingston on Tuesday when the Lady Indians were run-ruled by Atoka in five innings.

AHS scored three runs in the first three innings of the game to take a 9-0 lead.

Marietta got on the board in the bottom of the third when Madison Lemons registered an RBI groundout. 

However, Atoka scored a run in the fourth, before adding six more in the fifth.

Lemons got another RBI, this time on a single in the fifth.

Carslee Minyard allowed four earned runs on eight hits with four walks and four strikeouts.