While the playoff picture at the top in district 3A-2 has been jammed for a while now, Tuesday allowed for some clarity to be added to the mix.

While the playoff picture at the top in district 3A-2 has been jammed for a while now, Tuesday allowed for some clarity to be added to the mix. 

Tishomingo established itself at the team to beat in the district race as the Lady Indians completed a season sweep of the Davis Lady Wolves with a 9-0 victory at the Tishomingo softball field. 

The victory moved the Lady Indians to 9-1 in district play and 17-6 overall, while putting the Lady Wolves at 7-2 in district play and 16-5 overall. 

Davis now sits one game behind Tishomingo in the loss column in third place, while the Lady Indians are in sole possession of first place in district 3A-2. 

Tishomingo scored one run in the bottom of the second, while adding four more in the bottom of the fourth.

The game was finished off in the bottom of the sixth as the Lady Indians scored three more runs.

Lexi Ryan, Lauren Son and Kourtney Randell all had hits in the game for the Lady Wolves.

Grace Anderson led the offense for Tishomingo, going 3-for-3 with a run scored and four RBI’s. 

Son took the loss on the mound for Davis, throwing five innings of work. She allowed eight earned runs on 11 hits with three walks and five strikeouts. 

Anderson got the win in the circle for Tishomingo, throwing six innings. She allowed three hits with 14 strikeouts. 

Tishomingo (17-6, 9-1) will host Antlers on Thursday, while Davis (16-5, 7-2) will host Byng. 

Kingston 7

Atoka 0

Speaking of playoff clarity, the Kingston Lady Redskins gave themselves some on Tuesday as they blanked Atoka at home, giving them a season sweep.

The victory keeps the Lady Redskins in second place at 8-1 in district play, while improving them to 23-7 overall. 

Kingston scored four runs in the bottom of the second, before adding two in the third, and one in the fifth.

Eli O’Steen finished the game 2-for-2 at the plate with two RBI’s followed by Taylor Spence, Madi Jones and Stewart McCuan who each had one RBI in the game. 

Spence got the win in the circle for the Lady Redskins, throwing a complete game. She allowed just two hits with five strikeouts. 

Wilson 20
Waurika 9

Offensive output was at a premium Monday as the Wilson Lady Eagles tallied their highest run total of the season with 20 runs against the Waurika Lady Eagles in a blowout victory, moving them to 10 wins for the year. 

Waurika began the game with five runs in the bottom of the first inning, before Wilson stormed back with four of its own in the top of the second.

Two more runs by Waurika in the bottom of the second made it 7-4, before Wilson narrowed the gap to 7-6 in the top of the third.

One more run in the bottom half of the third kept Waurika in front at 8-6, before Wilson once again was within one run at 8-7 in the top of the fourth.

Wilson took the lead with five runs in the top of the fifth, and scored one in the sixth before finishing the game off with seven runs in the top of the seventh. 

Bethani Ross finished the game 5-for-6 with three runs scored and three RBI’s for Wilson, with Taylor O’Steen also collecting three RBI’s in the game while going 4-for-6 at the plate with three runs scored. Ashton Wright also had a three RBI day for Wilson, while scoring one run and going 2-for-4 at the plate. 

Katelynn Hacker was 2-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI’s in the game, with Taylor Wolf finishing 2-for-5 with a run scored and a pair of RBI’s. 

Destiny Colbert got the win on the mound, throwing 5 1/3 innings of work. She allowed four earned runs with seven strikeouts in the game against Waurika on Monday.