It was a good news, bad news type of day for area teams at the Comanche Tournament on Thursday.

It was a good news, bad news type of day for area teams at the Comanche Tournament on Thursday.

While multiple squads managed to pick up victories, there were some narrow losses endured.

Healdton managed to rebound from a 3-2 defeat against the host Lady Indians, as the Lady Bulldogs crushed Ryan 14-2 in their second game.

Meanwhile, the Wilson Lady Eagles also claimed a convincing 8-4 victory over the Cowgirls.

In other tournament action Thursday, the Turner Lady Falcons fell to Idabel 3-1 in the opening round of the Wright City Tournament.

Ringling meanwhile also played a pair of games on Thursday in the opening round of the Comanche Tournament.

 

Marlow 2
Ringling 0

Earlier this season, the Lady Blue Devils managed to win a thriller over the Marlow Lady Outlaws in extra innings.

It was something MHS hadn’t forgot about. 

Marlow used a two-run fifth inning to claim a victory on Thursday as the Lady Outlaws earned a measure of revenge at the Comanche Tournament.

Ringling was held to just three hits in the game.

Rhyme Tolliver took the loss on the mound for Ringling, allowing two runs (0 earned) on two hits with four walks and two strikeouts.

 

Ringling 5
Empire 0

Ringling managed to finish off the first day of the tournament on a winning note, as they shutout the Empire Lady Bulldogs.

Kelsea Thompson made it 1-0 in the top of the first with an RBI double to center, before Rayme Tolliver doubled the advantage in the top of the third with an RBI single.

London Lewis made it 3-0 with an RBI double, before later scoring on an error in the fifth.

Thompson finished off the scoring in the fifth as she slapped an RBI single to center.

Rhyme Tolliver got the win in the circle, throwing five innings. She allowed three hits with one walk and one strikeout.

Tishomingo 8 Ada 0

In preparation for their upcoming district tournament next week, the Tishomingo Lady Indians picked up a shutout road victory on Thursday against Ada.

Grace Anderson brought home the first run of the game when her ground ball resulted in an error, allowing Laney Rogers to score.

Cheyenne Arkansas had the same luck as she brought home the second run via error off a fly ball in the first inning. 

Logan Bryant made it 3-0 with an RBI single to left field.

Anderson and Arkansas teamed up again in the third inning when both players scored off an error.

Rylee Barnes brought home Rogers in the seventh to make it 6-0, before Makayla Hughes slapped an RBI single to right. Barnes would later score following a bases loaded walk drawn by Jolee Northcut.

Anderson got the win on the mound for Tishomingo (22-6), throwing a complete game. She allowed just three hits with 12 strikeouts.

 

Kingston 4
Pauls Valley 3 

Things might have gotten a little close for comfort at home Thursday, but Kingston managed to survive.

Despite a late rally by the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers, KHS held on and won its fourth straight game.

PVHS took a 1-0 lead in the top of the third, before the Lady Redskins responded in the bottom half of the inning.

Taylor Spence tied the game at 1-1 with an RBI single to right, before Madison Auld gave the Lady Redskins the lead with a two-RBI single to left.

After seeing its lead cut to 3-2 in the sixth, Kingston responded thanks to Jewell Henery hitting an RBI single to center in the bottom half of the inning.

Pauls Valley tried to rally in the top of the seventh with one run, but the rally was stopped.

Spence got the win in the circle for Kingston (21-10), throwing a complete game. She allowed two earned runs on eight hits with two walks and six strikeouts.

In other action Thursday, the Plainview Lady Indians two-game district winning streak was snapped as they fell on the road against Byng by a score of 9-1.

Dickson’s Lady Comets were also defeated on the road against the Durant Lady Lions.

Durant scored three runs in the first inning, six in the second, one in the third and three in the fourth to seal the victory.

Dickson scored its lone run of the game in the top of the second inning when Staley Ned drew a bases loaded walk to score Keely Mathews.

Shanna McKown took the loss on the mound for Dickson, allowing nine earned runs on 10 hits with one strikeout.