After a successful opening day to the regional tournament, the Lone Grove Lady Horns are now one win away from realizing a dream which hasn’t happened since 2014.

After a successful opening day to the regional tournament, the Lone Grove Lady Horns are now one win away from realizing a dream which hasn’t happened since 2014.

A trip to the state tournament.

LGHS (27-5) grabbed a pair of victories on Thursday afternoon and will play for the regional championship today at 1 p.m. from Glenn Wendt Field.

The Lady Horns will play against the winner of the Blanchard/Tecumseh game which is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m.

Lone Grove 13 Cache 0 F/5

Lone Grove wasted little time in its opening contest, winning over the Cache Lady Bulldogs in five innings.

Sami Skelly got the Lady Horns on the board in the top of the first when her pop fly resulted in an error, allowing Brooklyn Mason to score.

Taleigh Nail then slapped an RBI single to left, before Shelby Stevenson hit a sacrifice fly RBI to score Nail, making it 3-0.

Jordan Johnson made it 4-0 in in the fourth when she scored on an error, before Nail struck again with an RBI double to right.

Stevenson then collected a two-RBI double to left, putting the Lady Horns up 7-0.

Logan Graves got in on the action moments later, when she hit a two-RBI double to left field, before Johnson finished off the inning with an RBI single to center.

A two-RBI double from Skelly along with a fielders choice RBI from Graves completed the scoring for the Lady Horns.

Emmy Guthrie was solid on the mound, tossing a five-inning no hitter. She allowed just two walks to go with nine strikeouts.

Lone Grove 10 Blanchard 0 F/6

In the second game of the day, Lone Grove once again got off to a fast start.

Taleigh Nail made it 1-0 with a fielders choice RBI, before Emmy Guthrie brought home a pair of runs with a single to left field before Noa Dodson made it 4-0 with an RBI single to center to end the first inning.

LGHS struck again in the fourth, when Maci McMurtrey slapped an RBI single to right, before Sami Skelly smashed a three-run home run to center field, putting the Lady Horns up 8-0.

McMurtrey made it 9-0 in the fifth with an RBI single to center, before Shelby Stevenson put the icing on the victory with a solo home run to center in the top of the sixth.

Emmy Guthrie got the win on the mound for the Lady Horns, throwing six innings of work. She allowed just one hit with one walk while registering 10 strikeouts.