One more game, one more win.

One more game, one more win.

No matter how the scenario is sliced, it’s a simple formula for the Ardmore Lady Tigers entering tomorrow at the regional tournament.

AHS put itself in position to claim its first state tournament appearance since 2003, with a pair of shutout victories Thursday over Del City and Guthrie, with Lexi Duff getting the win in both contests on the mound.

The Lady Tigers will play in the regional finals beginning at 2 p.m. today against the winner of the Lawton Ike/Guthrie contest which is scheduled to begin at Noon from the Ardmore softball field.

In the first game of the day the Lady Tigers came out strong offensively, building a 5-0 lead over Del City after three innings of play.

Madisen Moore added an insurance run for Ardmore in the bottom of the fourth with an RBI double down the third base line.

Chloe Pender made it 7-0 with a sacrifice fly RBI in the sixth to seal the victory and a date against Guthrie in the winners game.

Duff allowed just two walks in the game while striking out seven batters.

There was to be a successful encore in the nightcap for Duff and the Lady Tigers as they defeated Guthrie by a score of 2-0.

Lauren Blankenship gave Ardmore a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning when she hit a sacrifice fly RBI which allowed Shakira Smith to tag up from third and score.

Blankenship also made several defensive plays at first base off of bloop singles which looked to be base hits multiple times in the game for the Lady Tigers.

Ardmore had a chance to score in the third, with the bases loaded, but a pop out ended the inning for the Lady Tigers.

Lady Tiger fans were made to wait patiently for a second run, and it was Blankenship once again playing a vital role in making it happen.

Chloe Pender sent a line drive to left center field, bouncing off the base of the wall. Blankenship hustled her way from first base and was able to score before a throw could be made, allowing Pender to end up on third base after registering a double on the play.

Ardmore was able to put runners on base a couple more times in the contest, but no runs were to come out of the Lady Tigers offensive threats on the base pass.

Duff finished with eight total strikeouts, allowing just two hits with no walks in the contest.  

Should Ardmore lose in the 2 p.m. game, there would be an if necessary game played at 4 p.m. today following the conclusion of the first game.