While most teams were busy in district play over the last few days, others decided to take part in non-district softball games across the area.

While most teams were busy in district play over the last few days, others decided to take part in non-district softball games across the area.

Dickson 4
Healdton 3

It was a tightly contested game at Lady Comet Field, as Dickson managed to hold off a late charge to get a victory Thursday over the Healdton Lady Bulldogs.

Skylar Graham gave the Lady Bulldogs an early 1-0 lead in the top of the second with a sacrifice fly RBI.

Dickson managed to tie the game in the bottom of the sixth when Brylie Dewitt laid down a bunt, resulting in an error, which allowed Kylie Farmer to score.

Kayli Ingram then gave the Lady Comets a 2-1 advantage with a sacrifice RBI.

Dickson scored again to make it 3-1, before Shanna McKown collected an RBI single to make it 4-1.

Brynli Tucker started a Healdton rally in the top of the seventh with a two-RBI single, but the Lady Bulldogs couldn’t muster anymore offense.

McKown got the win in the circle for Dickson, throwing seven innings. She allowed one earned run on eight hits with one walk and five strikeouts.

Kira Pierce took the loss for Healdton, throwing six innings with five hits and six strikeouts.

Dickson is back in action at 5 p.m. Monday hosting the Davis Lady Wolves in district play. 

Healdton will play at 4:30 p.m. Monday against Silo on the road in district play.

Davis Lady Wolves

Following a tough but rewarding sweep of Atoka earlier in the week, the Davis Lady Wolves managed to move to 6-0 in district play with a pair of blowout victories over Hugo on Thursday. 

In game one, Davis won 10-0 in four innings, scoring seven runs in the second inning.

Lauren Son led the offense with three RBI in the game, with Gracie Eggleston earning two RBI.

Logan Pruitt, Lynsey Martin, Jolee Grinstead and Hailey Alexander all had one RBI in the game.

Son got the win on the mound, throwing four innings. She allowed three hits with one walk and four strikeouts.

Game two was a special one for Kourtney Randell, as she tossed a four inning perfect game as the Lady Wolves crushed Hugo 12-0.

Randell finished with three strikeouts on the mound. 

Davis scored one run in the first and second innings, before adding eight in the third with two in the fourth to seal the game.

Lexi Ryan led the Lady Wolves going 3-for-3 with four RBI at the plate, with Madi Merrell collecting three RBI in the game.

Gracie Eggleston had two RBI in the game for Davis. 

Sulphur Lady Bulldogs

Off the heels of three straight defeats, the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs got back to winning ways over the weekend with three straight victories.

Sulphur earned a four inning 13-0 run-rule victory on the road against Tishomingo Thursday.

The Lady Bulldogs scored two in the first, followed by five in the fifth, three in the third and three in the fourth.

Kinlee Duck and Shallen Mershon each had three RBI in the game for Sulphur, with Macenzie Ruth, Ally Dixon and Abby Beck all collecting one RBI.

Harley Beesley got the win on the mound, throwing four innings. She allowed just two hits with three walks and seven strikeouts.

Friday, the Lady Bulldogs competed in the Lindsay Festival, where they collected a pair of victories against the Leopardettes (9-1) and Wynnewood (11-0).

In the first game against Lindsay, Sulphur scored three runs in the first inning before adding one more in the second. 

The Lady Bulldogs put the game away with three runs in the fourth, and two more in the fifth.

Macenzie Ruth, Kinlee Duck, and Ally Dixon each had two RBI’s against Lindsay.

Beesley got the win on the mound, throwing five innings. She allowed one run (0 earned) on two hits with three walks and six strikeouts.

Things were much easier against Wynnewood, as a pair of five run innings were all that was required for victory.

Macenzie Ruth and Paisley Runyan each had three RBI in the game for Sulphur.

Blakelyn Barber got the win in the circle for Sulphur, throwing three innings. She allowed just one hit with six strikeouts. 

Sulphur (13-5) is in action at 5:15 and 7 p.m. in a district doubleheader against Madill on the road.

Turner Lady Falcons

The Turner Lady Falcons took on Bennington and Wright City on Thursday and Saturday, but were unable to claim a victory in either contest.

Turner fell in a heartbreaker on Thursday against Bennington 15-14, before Wright City defeated the Lady Falcons 10-3 on Saturday. 

Hilary Hill, and Jaleigh Durst each had three RBI against Bennington, while Callie Hawkins and Chole Tynes each had two RBI.

Durst took the loss against Bennington on the mound, allowing three earned runs on eight hits with seven walks.

Despite taking an early lead against Wright City, the Lady Falcons were unable to hold on to a victory Saturday. 

Callie Tynes and Ryanne Richardson each had an RBI against Wright City. 

The Lady Falcons did manage to get a 5-3 victory over Healdton on Saturday.

Chole Tynes, Jaleigh Durst, Tallie Tynes and Jersey Ramon all had RBI’s for Turner in the victory.

Healdton was led by Kira Pierce who had two RBI’s in the game.

Ryleigh Parker got the win on the mound for the Lady Falcons, throwing five innings. She allowed two earned runs on five hits with one walk and five strikeouts.

Lizzy Wolf took the loss for Healdton, throwing four innings. She allowed two earned runs on seven hits with three walks and one strikeout.

Ringling Lady Blue Devils

After splitting two games with Plainview and Wilson on Thursday, the Lady Blue Devils from Ringling were defeated on Friday against Comanche by a score of 6-2.

Ringling got a run in the third and a run in the fifth inning.

London Lewis had an RBI in the game, while Jacobi Miller scored two runs.

Rayme Tolliver took the loss on the mound for Ringling, throwing five innings. She allowed five earned runs on seven hits with six walks and two strikeouts.

Ringling will host Wynnewood on Monday. 

Tishomingo Lady Indians

District 3A-2 continues to be a tough challenge, but it’s one the Tishomingo Lady Indians have been more than up to facing.

Friday afternoon, the Lady Indians moved to 5-1 in district play with a pair of blowout victories over Hugo on the road. 

In game one, Tishomingo cruised to a 15-0 victory in three innings. 

Sloan Slover led the Lady Indians with four RBI in the game, with Jolee Northcut getting two RBI. 

Grace Anderson threw a perfect game in the opener, throwing three innings. She finished with seven strikeouts.

Game two went four innings, but with the same result as Tishomingo won in shutout fashion.

Dani Corbin led the Lady Indians with three RBI.

Jolee Northcut got the win on the mound, throwing four innings. She allowed three hits with one walk and three strikeouts.