Following one of their biggest wins of the season on Monday, the Plainview Lady Indians showed no signs of an emotional letdown Tuesday afternoon.

Following one of their biggest wins of the season on Monday, the Plainview Lady Indians showed no signs of an emotional letdown Tuesday afternoon. 

Plainview kept ahold of first place in district 4A-3 as the Lady Indians rolled to a 12-1 victory at home over the Ada Lady Cougars in six innings. 

Four straight innings of scoring put the Lady Indians ahead 8-1, before finishing the game off in the sixth inning with four runs.

Leah Selensky led the offense for Plainview going 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBI on the day.

Taryn Martin, Lexi Hackney, and Brinkley Campbell all finished with one RBI in the game.

Riley Grant got the win on the mound for Plainview, throwing six innings. She allowed just one hit with one run (0 earned) with two walks and two strikeouts.

Plainview will be off until Thursday when they take on the Wilson Lady Eagles.

Tishomingo 8
  Dickson 0 

Less than 24 hours after going nine innings against Atoka, the Tishomingo Lady Indians showed no signs of rust Tuesday afternoon.

Grace Anderson tossed a perfect game with 15 strikeouts as Tishomingo moved into fourth place in district 3A-2 with a shutout victory over the Dickson Lady Comets.

Logan Bryant led the Lady Indians offensively, going 2-for-4 with three RBI, while Jasmine Devitt had two RBI in the game.

Shanna McKown took the loss on the mound for Dickson, throwing seven innings of work. She allowed two earned runs on 12 hits with two strikeouts and zero walks. 

Dickson (7-5, 1-3) will host Healdton Thursday, while Tishomingo (9-2, 2-1) will play host to Sulphur.

Kingston 8
Marietta 0 F/5

The Kingston Lady Redskins maintained their undefeated district record at 5-0 Tuesday with a five inning victory over the Marietta Lady Indians. 

Kingston scored one run in the second and third innings before finishing the game off with six more runs in the bottom of the fourth. 

Made Jones led the Lady Redskins with two RBI, while Jewell Henry, Emi O’Steen and Regan Davis all had one RBI.

Carslee Minyard took the loss on the mound for Marietta, throwing four innings. She allowed four earned runs on six hits with seven walks and two strikeouts.

Taylor Spence got the win in the circle for Kingston, throwing five innings. She allowed just five hits with one strikeout.

Ringling 14
Velma-Alma 0 F/5 

For the second day in a row, the Ringling Lady Blue Devils put on an offensive show on the road.

Ringling blitzed the Velma-Alma Lady Comets Tuesday, winning in five innings.

Ringling scored one run in the first and second innings, before adding four more in the third.

The Lady Blue Devils put the game out of reach with eight more runs in the top of the fifth.

Kelsi Lester scored three runs in the game for Ringling while going 1-for-2 at the plate.

Six Lady Blue Devils players finished the game with at least one RBI. 

Rayme Tolliver got the win on the mound for Ringling, throwing five innings. She allowed just one hit with one walk and seven strikeouts.

Ringling (4-3) will be at Wilson on Thursday. 

Thackerville 14
  Turner 4 F/4

It was another hard day at the office for the Turner Lady Falcons, as they were run-ruled at home by the Thackerville Lady Wildcats.

Turner scored three runs in the first inning to take a 3-1 lead, before Thackerville scored 13 runs in the top of the third inning.

The Lady Falcons added one run in the bottom half of the third.

Emma Wilson led the Lady Wildcats with three RBI in the game, with Brooklynn Renfro and Maci McCage each collecting two RBI. 

Jaleigh Durst, Kodi Durst, Callie Hawkins and Tallie Tynes each had one RBI in the game for Turner.