MARIETTA — Saturday afternoon didn’t just mean sunshine weather and the conclusion of the Lake Country Conference tournament, it meant something more for the Lone Grove Lady Horns.

MARIETTA — Saturday afternoon didn’t just mean sunshine weather and the conclusion of the Lake Country Conference tournament, it meant something more for the Lone Grove Lady Horns.

LGHS cruised its way to the championship of the LCC, extending its recent winning streak to an impressive 13 games in a row, while improving its record to 14-2 overall.

Lone Grove claimed the title by defeating the Kingston Lady Redskins in four innings by a score of 11-0.

Emmy Guthrie threw a perfect game on the mound for the Lady Horns, finishing with four strikeouts.

Sami Skelly swung the biggest bat of the contest for Lone Grove, smashing two three-run home runs to right field in the first and third innings.

Guthrie also collected an RBI double in the contest, which put the Lady Horns up 4-0 in the first.

Taleigh Nail and Jordan Johnson also collected RBI hits in the contest, while Maci McMurtey slapped a two-RBI single off the wall in the third.

In earlier action on Saturday at the tournament, it was the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs claiming third place overall with a 6-1 victory over the Byng Lady Pirates.

Rilee Duck got the win on the mound for SHS, throwing six innings of work. She allowed six hits with one walk and two strikeouts.

Makella Mobly scored a pair of runs for the Lady Bulldogs, while Shallen Mershon had a three-RBI hit in the contest as well.

Sulphur was defeated in the semifinals of the tournament 2-1 by the Kingston Lady Redskins, thanks to a game-winning RBI groundout in the fifth inning from Tyla Bohannon.

Lone Grove earned its place in the finals by defeating district rival Byng 3-0 with Emmy Guthrie getting the win on the mound.

Tishomingo took home fifth place on Saturday, following its 5-0 victory over the Davis Lady Wolves. THS had earlier claimed a 3-1 victory over Comanche to start its day.

In Friday’s games at the LCC Tournament, Plainview claimed a 4-2 victory over Madill, while the Lady Wolves defeated PHS 6-1, while Tishomingo defeated Dickson 8-0.