The Turner Falcons will not get to make two baseball state trips in the same school year.

The Turner Falcons will not get to make two baseball state trips in the same school year.

The Falcons lost 11-0 to the Roff Tigers in the title game of the Class B regional tournament Friday night at Tiger Field.

It was the second time the Tigers beat the Falcons as Roff won 6-0 on Thursday.

The Falcons, ending the season at 17-10, beat Love County rival Thackerville 9-4 Thursday afternoon, then beat Asher 9-1 in the losers' bracket final Friday afternoon.

It was a short stay for the Wildcats, ending their season at 22-9, after losing Thursday's final game 8-5 to Asher.

In the title game, the Tigers (29-6) jumped out to a 7-0 lead after an inning.

Roff pitcher Blake Logan threw a no-hitter.

Kale Palmer suffered the loss for Turner.

In Turner's win over Asher, the Falcons rallied from a 1-0 first-inning deficit with a four-run third inning to take the lead for good.

R.J. Peery was 3-for-4 with two runs batted in, Palmer was 2-for-3 with an RBI, Gary Cliifton was 2-for-3 with three runs scored and Ethan Hartman was 2-for-4 for Turner. Peery got the win for the Falcons.

In Turner's first loss to Roff, Roff starter Dayne Parker held the Falcons to five hits and no runs.

In defeat, Alex McGehee was 2-for-3 for Turner. Layton Hawkins suffered the loss for the Falcons.

There was nothing more reported on the Turner-Thackerville game or the Thackerville-Asher game.

Ringling team's season ends

STERLING The season came to an end for the Ringling Blue Devils Thursday night, falling 12-0 in a five-inning, run-rule game to the Velma-Alma Comets in the Class A regional tournament.

The Devils end the season at 17-11.

The Comets jumped out to a 4-0 lead after an inning and never looked back.

Ringling had only three hits in the game. Joby Barnes (4-6) suffered the loss for the Blue Devils.

Healdton boys suffer sweep by Wynnewood

WYNNEWOOD The 2008 baseball season came to an end for the Healdton Bulldogs Thursday afternoon, losing twice to the Wynnewood Savages 16-5 and 7-2 in the Class 2A district tournament. No more information was reported.

Healdton ends the season at 9-16.

Healdton girls bow out at 4A regional

APACHE A pair of heart-breaking, extra-inning losses kept the Healdton Lady Bulldogs from making state. Healdton lost 7-6 to Mangum in seven innings, then lost 3-1 to Hobart in 10 innings.

The Lady Bulldogs end the season at 14-14.

In the loss to Mangum, the Lady Bulldogs had a 6-0 lead after three innings, but the Lady Tigers scored once in the fourth and five times in the sixth inning to tie the game at 6.

After Healdton failed to score in either the sixth or seventh innings when the Lady Bulldogs had runners at second and third, Mangum broke the tie with a run in the eighth inning.

In defeat, Cheyenna Holt was 3-for-5 and Kelsey Jenkins was 3-for-4 for Healdton.

In the loss to Hobart, Jenkins' RBI single in the sixth inning tied the game at 1, but then missed chances hurt Healdton once more. The Lady Bulldogs had the bases loaded in the seventh, eighth and ninth innings, but could not get the tie-breaking run.

Then, the Lady Bearcats scored the game-winning run in the 10th inning.

In defeat, Courtney Griffin was 4-for-5, while Jenkins was 2-for-3 for Healdton. Kayelyn Jackson (14-14) suffered both losses for the Lady Bulldogs.

Sulphur players to play in 2008 All-Star Games

The Sulphur High School baseball and softball teams will have good representation at today's 2008 South Central All-Star Games in Roff.

Sulphur's baseball team will have William Row, Caleb Williamson, Robert Thomas, Nathan Scaggs and Jacob Douglas on Team B, which will play Team A at 2 this afternoon at Tiger Field.

In the softball game, Sulphur first-year coach Tammi Doepke will coach Team A, which will have five of her players Marissa Ashford, Whitney Birdwell, Meghane Wilson, Kaelin Fink and Miciah Lynch.

Team A will face Team B at 1 p.m. at the Roff High School softball field.