Alec Hetherington threw a six-inning complete game, striking out seven and walking three, and Davis backed him with 14 hits in a run-rule win over Tishomingo.

Alec Hetherington threw a six-inning complete game, striking out seven and walking three, and Davis backed him with 14 hits in a run-rule win over Tishomingo.

Cole Weber and Chance Griffin each went 3-for-3 to pace the Davis offense. The Wolves, ranked 14th in Class 3A, erased a 2-1 deficit with five runs in the third inning.

Griffin drove in a team-high three runs, and Weber, Zac Maynard and Jordan Wilson each had RBI hits. Maynard was 2-for-4 with a triple, and Wilson was 2-for-3.

Allan Plummer doubled for Tishomingo.

Plainview 16, Western Heights 0

PURCELL — A trio of Plainview pitchers combined for a no-hitter, and the Indians ripped 15 hits over five innings to beat Western Heights 16-0 in their opening game of the Purcell tournament on Thursday.

Garrett Foster started for the Indians, striking out seven batters in three innings, and Newman Hoben and Kyle Williams combined for two strikeouts over the final two frames.

Plainview’s offenses struck for seven runs in the first inning. At the plate, James Bowker was 2-for-2 with two doubles and four RBIs, and Chase Brooks, Gus Wells and Foster each had two hits and two RBIs.

Foster tripled, Hoben doubled and Taber Jordan and Carter Bowker added an RBI apiece for the sixth-ranked Indians (17-6).
Plainview will face Kingfisher today at 6:30 p.m.

Madill 8, Oktaha 2

BETHEL — Madill got off to the right start in the opening round of the Bethel tournament on Thursday, topping Oktaha 8-2 in convincing fashion.

Holden Cass threw a beauty from the mound for Madill, pitching a complete game seven innings while allowing just two runs on three hits and striking out six. Cass walked four.

Cass also helped himself at the plate with two doubles, but the offensive star was Jake Vinson, who bashed a home run and a double in a 3-for-4 effort.

Joe Avery also contributed a double for Madill in a 2-for-4 effort.

Madill (14-7) will take on Class 3A No. 3 Jones today.

Lone Grove 5 Marietta 0

OKLAHOMA CITY — Jacob McClennahan combined with two other pitchers to allow only two hit against Marietta in a game at Bricktown Ballpark on Thursday.

McClennahan gave up two singles, and struck out five with no walks. Ryan Gibson came on in the fourth, gave up no hits and struck out four over two innings.

Dylan Neher came on in the sixth to record a strikeout. The game was called in the sixth due to lightning.

McClennahan was 2-for-3 with two RBIs, Aaron Hamilton had two doubles and an RBI, and R.J. Jimenez doubled for the Longhorns.

Lone Grove (16-11) has won four straight games and six of its last seven.

Dickson 6 Pauls Valley 2

PAULS VALLEY — Chandler Smith racked up 10 strikeouts and one walk over seven innings to lead Dickson to a win over Pauls Valley on Thursday.

Smith (3-6) gave up five hits and two runs, and the Comets scored six runs on eight hits.

“Probably his best outing this year as far as having command of all of his pitches,” Dickson coach D.J. Gist said of Smith. “He had everything working. You can’t ask for anything more from that.”

Landon Gross was 2-for-3, and Shawn McClellan went 1-for-3 with two RBIs for Dickson (7-15), which faces Kingston at home today.