Following two straight losses to end last week, the Lone Grove Lady Horns were in no mood to mess around Monday afternoon.

Following two straight losses to end last week, the Lone Grove Lady Horns were in no mood to mess around Monday afternoon.

Normal service was restored as the Lady Horns snapped their two-game losing streak with a 10-1 victory over Pauls Valley, moving them to 8-3 overall and 4-1 in district 4A-3.

Lone Grove will be in a battle for second place today at 5 p.m. as the Lady Horns will tangle with the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs at Glenn Wendt Field.

Logan Graves got the scoring started in the top of the first with a sacrifice fly RBI.

Graves struck again in the third with a two-RBI double to center, before Emmy Guthrie brought home two more runs with a double to center.

Shelby Stevenson put an exclamation point on the game in the fourth when she crushed a three-run home run to right field, putting Lone Grove up 8-0.

Maci McMurtrey put the game out of reach with a two-RBI single to left in the top of the fifth.

Pauls Valley scored its only run of the game in the fifth.

Logan Ketchum took the win in the circle for the Lady Horns, throwing a complete game. She allowed just one earned run on five hits with three walks and two strikeouts.

Dickson 8
Madill 2 

Over the weekend at the Tishomingo Tournament, the Dickson Lady Comets engaged in a classic with the Madill Lady Wildcats which ended in walk-off fashion for Dickson.

There was little drama though Monday afternoon as Dickson claimed a six-run home victory over Madill, giving them their fifth straight victory, moving them to 7-4 overall.

Dickson will be in district play today at 5 p.m. against Tishomingo at home. 

Madill meanwhile fell to 5-7 overall, and will be back in action today in a district doubleheader against Pauls Valley on the road beginning at 5 p.m.

Kayden Barton put Dickson on the board in the bottom of the second when she scored on an error, while Shanna McKown slapped an RBI single to center, putting Dickson up 2-0.

Brylie Dewitt then stepped up later in the inning with two outs and hit a two-RBI single to center, putting the Lady Comets up 4-0.

Madill got a run back in the top of the third to make it 4-1.

However, the Lady Comets had plenty of offense left in the tank.

Lacie Winchester continued her solid season with a three-RBI triple to center in the bottom of the fourth, before Alyssa Warren made it 8-1 when ground ball resulted in an error, allowing Winchester to score. 

Madill got one more run back in the top of the seventh.

Shanna McKown got the win in the circle for Dickson, throwing a complete game. She allowed just one earned run on four hits with two strikeouts.

McKenzie Reed took the loss for Madill, throwing six innings. She allowed four earned runs on 11 hits with two walks and four strikeouts. 

Ringling 13
Turner 0 F/3 

There was no shortage of offensive firepower for the Ringling Lady Blue Devils Monday afternoon, as they cruised to a run-rule victory over the Turner Lady Falcons on the road.

Ringling moved to 3-3 on the season, and is now on a three-game winning streak after dropping its first three games to open the year.

Turner meanwhile fell to 3-8 on the season.

Ringling scored seven runs in the first inning with Meghan Roberts opening the scoring with an RBI single to center.

Karagan Cox then hit a hard ground ball which resulted in an error, scoring another run, before Sydney Southward made it 3-0 when her ground ball led to another error.

Cox would later score on a wild pitch to make it 4-0, before Kelsi Lester hit an RBI single to right. 

Jacobi Miller finished off the inning when she scored on a wild pitch.

Rhyme Tolliver struck in the third with a two-RBI triple to right, before Kelsea Thompson got an RBI double to make it 10-0.

A two-RBI single from Cox combined with Southward scoring later in the inning finished the game off for the Lady Blue Devils. 

Tolliver got the win in the circle for the Lady Blue Devils, throwing three innings. She finished with a no-hitter along with five strikeouts. 

Jaleigh Durst took the loss in the circle for Turner, allowing seven earned runs on nine hits with seven walks. 

Tishomingo 1
  Atoka 0 F/9

It was a competitive day in district 3A-2 to say the least.

Tishomingo needed extra innings and then some to hand Atoka its first district loss of the season, with the game winning run coming in the bottom of the ninth when Jasmine Devitt scored Sloan Slover on an RBI bunt. 

Grace Anderson went the distance for Tishomingo, throwing nine innings in which she allowed just three hits with two walks and 16 strikeouts.

Tishomingo improved to 8-2 overall and 1-1 in district play. The Lady Indians will be at Dickson today.

In other district 3A-2 action, the Davis Lady Wolves moved to 2-0 in district play with a run-rule victory over the Marietta Lady Indians by a score of 18-2, giving them a season sweep.

The Kingston Lady Redskins moved to 4-0 in district play with a doubleheader sweep of their own over Hugo by identical scores of 13-0 and 13-0. 

Taylor Spence tossed a perfect game in the opener, striking out four batters in three innings of work.

Jewell Henry matched her teammate in the second game with a perfect game, striking out six batters.

In Class 2A, the Healdton Lady Bulldogs remained winless in district play following a 13-3 defeat on the road against Calera Monday afternoon. 

The Lady Bulldogs will host Stratford at 5 p.m. today in district play.