After enduring district tournaments, and for some teams, difficult district schedules, the regional tournament brackets have been released for several area fast pitch squads.

After enduring district tournaments, and for some teams, difficult district schedules, the regional tournament brackets have been released for several area fast pitch squads.

The only regional bracket that hasn’t been released is for Class 5A, which is scheduled to be released later this week on the OSSAA website. 

As for classes A-4A, those teams now know where their road to a possible state tournament berth will take place, as well as the obstacles that will be standing in their way.

The Ringling Lady Blue Devils will begin their quest to a return at the state tournament today as they will play in Caddo for their regional tournament.

Ringling is joined by Wright City and Rattan in their bracket.

The Lady Blue Devils will play in the opening game of the regional tournament today at noon against Caddo, with Wright City and Rattan to follow at 2 p.m.

Should Ringling win, they would play again at 6 p.m. against the winner of the Wright City/Rattan game, while a loss would put them in an elimination game at 4 p.m.

In Class 3A, the Davis Lady Wolves will open their regional tournament today in Chandler, along with Holdenville and Meeker.

Davis is in the second game of the day today against Meeker beginning at 2 p.m. with Chandler and Holdenville starting at Noon.

The Kingston Lady Redskins will be hosting their regional tournament after winning the district title. 

Kingston will welcome Lexington, Perry and defending state champion Purcell, as the Lady Redskins will take on the Lady Bulldogs from Lexington in the first game at Noon today.

Meanwhile Tishomingo will play in Marlow for its regional tournament, with the Lady Indians taking on Prague at 2 p.m. today with the winner meeting either the Lady Outlaws or Jones in the winners bracket game at 6 p.m. 

As for Class 4A, the regional tournament is scheduled to begin Oct. 4, with three teams from the area set to be in action.

The Plainview Lady Indians will make their first trip to the regional tournament since 2016 and the first under head coach Kenna Self when they travel to Weatherford.

Plainview will be joined by Blanchard and Harrah at the regional tournament. 

Game one will feature the Lady Indians as they will take on the Lady Eagles from Weatherford at Noon on Oct. 4. 

The district champion Lone Grove Lady Horns will once again be hosting a regional tournament along with Elk City, Bridge Creek and Tecumseh.

Lone Grove will open the tournament on Oct. 4 against Elk City at Noon, with the winner meeting either Bridge Creek or Tecumseh at 6 p.m. the same night. 

As for the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs, they will be heading to Newcastle for their regional tournament, as they will be joined by Elgin and McLoud.

Sulphur will be in game two of its regional tournament on Oct. 4 as the Lady Bulldogs will take on the Lady Owls from Elgin at 2 p.m. with the winner meeting either Newcastle of McLoud at 6 p.m.