After securing the Lake Country Conference title this past weekend, the Lone Grove Lady Horns are now on the verge of snatching a much more important piece of hardware.

After securing the Lake Country Conference title this past weekend, the Lone Grove Lady Horns are now on the verge of snatching a much more important piece of hardware.

Tuesday afternoon at Glenn Wendt Field, LGHS run-ruled Sulphur 11-0 in five innings, improving them to 18-2 overall with a 15-game winning streak.

More importantly, the Lady Horns are one win away from clinching the outright district title in district 3-4A at 10-0. Sulphur meanwhile dropped to 15-8 overall and 7-3 in district play. SHS has a comfortable advantage for third place in the overall standings.

Sami Skelly and Shelby Stevenson got the Lady Horns off to the perfect start in the first inning as both players hit home runs, with Skelly’s being a two-run shot to center.

Maci McMurtrey and Brooklyn Mason combined to make it a 6-0 Lady Horns lead in the second, before Skelly struck again with her second home run of the game, another two-run shot, this time to right field.

McMurtrey made it 9-0 with an RBI single, before later scoring on an error.

Stevenson sealed the game with an RBI groundout in the fourth.

Emmy Guthrie took the win in the circle, throwing five innings. She allowed just one hit with 13 strikeouts.

Harley Beesley took the loss for Sulphur, allowing nine earned runs on 11 hits with one walk and one strikeout.

Sulphur will be at home Thursday taking on Konawa at 4:30, while Lone Grove is in action this weekend at the Hall of Fame Shootout in Oklahoma City.

 

Plainview 15 

Ada 5 F/6

Following their first district win of the season on Monday, the Plainview Lady Indians decided to make it a double on Tuesday over the Ada Lady Cougars.

PHS Scored in six straight innings to down Ada, moving them to 12-16 overall and 2-8 in district play.

Tatum Brewster got Plainview on the board when she scored on an error in the first inning, before Leah Selensky slapped a two-RBI single to center.

Kyla Treadwell then registered a fielders choice RBI to make it 4-0.

Rylee Keith made it a 5-0 lead in the second with an RBI double to center.

Billie Lester brought the Lady Indians to 6-0 with a fielder’s choice RBI off a bunt, before Brewster 

brought home two more runs with a two-RBI single.

Ada responded with four runs in the third inning to cut the lead to 8-4.

Lexi Hackney and Treadwell hit back-to-back RBI singles to make it an 11-4 advantage, before a pair of errors off ground balls hit by Brewster and Lester allowed two more runs to score.

Plainview added a run in the fifth and sixth innings to seal the victory.

Britney Dunlap got the win on the mound for Plainview, throwing six innings. She allowed three earned runs on five hits with six walks and five strikeouts.

Plainview will continue district play on Thursday at Byng.

 

Ringling 10 

Velma-Alma 0 F/4

Ringling made the most out of a rare home game, as the No. 13 Lady Blue Devils run-ruled the Velma-Alma Lady Comets 10-0 in four innings.

Presley Reid made it 1-0 in the second inning with an RBI double to left field.

Sydney Southward and Codi Tolliver combined to make it 3-0 in the fourth with a pair of RBI singles.

London Lewis then made it 5-0 when she hit a two-RBI double, before Steelie Price added a two-RBI double of her own to make it 7-0.

Rayme Tolliver scored another run when she hit a ground ball resulting in an error, before Kelsea Thompson made it 9-0 with an RBI triple.

Whitney Lester clinched the victory for RHS when she hit a walk-off RBI single to left.

Rayme Tolliver got the win on the mound for Ringling, throwing four innings. She allowed just one hit with three strikeouts. 

Ringling will be at the Comanche tournament beginning on Thursday.

Kingston 9 Tishomingo 3

In a matchup of top-20 teams, it was the No. 19 Kingston Lady Redskins getting the better of the No. 17 Tishomingo Lady Indians on Tuesday afternoon.

Mia Millis gave KHS a 1-0 lead in the second inning with a solo home run to left field. Dana Wagnon made it 2-0 with an RBI double.

Cheyenne Arkansas put Tishomingo in the lead with a three-RBI triple in the top of the sixth inning.

Emi O’Steen tied the game for Kingston in the bottom half of the inning with an RBI single, before Wagnon smashed a two-run home run to left field, putting the Lady Redskins up 5-3.

Madison Auld then got in on the action with a two-run home run of her own, before Tyla Bohannon made it 9-3 with a two-RBI single.

Taylor Spence got the win on the mound for the Lady Redskins, throwing a complete game. She allowed three earned runs on seven hits with eight strikeouts.

Grace Anderson took the loss for Tishomingo, allowing nine earned runs on 14 hits with two walks and seven strikeouts. 

Tishomingo (21-6) will be at Ada Thursday afternoon, while Kingston (20-10) will be at home Thursday taking on Pauls Valley. 

In other action Tuesday, the Dickson Lady Comets picked up a pair of victories against Boswell by a score of 20-8 as well as defeating Hugo by a score of 13-1. 

Dickson improved to 11-8 on the season, and will be at Durant on Thursday.