Another day, another district victory for the Lone Grove Lady Horns.

Another day, another district victory for the Lone Grove Lady Horns.

Tuesday afternoon brought LGHS one step closer to a possible district championship, as the Lady Horns crushed Ada 13-0 in five innings.

Brooklyn Mason got the scoring started in the bottom of the first when she scored on a wild pitch.

Lone Grove then exploded offensively with 11 runs in the third inning. 

Nova Dodson scored in the inning, with Sami Skelly bringing home three runs with a hard ground ball which resulted in an error.

Taylor McIntyre and Mason also registered RBI hits in the inning, with Maci McMurtrey bringing home two as well.

Skelly finished the inning off with an RBI double.

Reagan Lewis made it a lucky 13 for the Lady Horns with an RBI double in the bottom of the fourth.

Emmy Guthrie got the win in the circle, throwing two innings. She struck out four batters while not allowing any hits. Taylor McIntyre threw three innings allowing one hit with one walk and six strikeouts.

Lone Grove (13-2, 9-0) will be back in action today at the Lake Country Conference tournament from Marietta High School. The Lady Horns will play the winner of Dickson/Plainview at 1 p.m.

Pauls Valley 15 Plainview 0 F/5

It was a rough day at the office for the Plainview Lady Indians as they were run-ruled by the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers at home.

PVHS scored one run in the top of the first, before adding three runs in the top of the third. The game was put away with 10 runs in the fifth inning. 

Britney Dunlap took the loss pitching, allowing eight earned runs on 14 hits with two strikeouts and 10 walks.

Plainview (8-14, 0-6) will be in action today at the LCC Tournament taking on Dickson at 10 a.m. from Marietta High School. 

Davis 11
Sulphur 10

Meanwhile at Davis on Tuesday, the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs and Lady Wolves engaged in what turned out to be a wild non-district contest. 

It took five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for DHS to eventually claim a hard-fought 11-10 victory.

The win for the Lady Wolves was their eighth straight, which is their longest winning streak of the season.

Sydney Martin made it 1-0 for Davis in the bottom of the first when she scored on a steal of home.

The lead was doubled when Lynsey Martin slapped an RBI single, before Brinlee Dulaney scored on an error to finish off the inning.

Sulphur’s response came in the third inning when the Lady Bulldogs tied the game at 3-3.

First, Macenzie Ruth hit an RBI single off a line drive to center, before Harley Beesley brought SHS to within one at 3-2 with an RBI single to right field.

Kady Lynch tied the game with an RBI groundout.

But, this was just first of many twists and turns in the game, as Lauren Son put Davis back in front at 4-3 in the bottom half of the third when she scored on a wild pitch.

DHS increased its advantage in the fourth as Riley Webber scored on a bases loaded walk drawn by Son, before Sydney Martin scored on a steal of home.

Once again though, the Lady Bulldogs came back, this time with a flurry in the fifth inning.

Back-to-Back RBI singles by Paisley Runyan and Shallen Mershon tied the game at 6-6, before Mershon put Sulphur in the lead at 7-6 when she scored on a wild pitch.

Ruth then slapped a two-RBI single to put Sulphur up 9-6, before Beesley brought home another run.

The final chapter though in this story was written by the No. 20 Lady Wolves.

Son brought home a run to make it 10-7, before Dulaney slapped an RBI double to center to make it 10-8. 

Gracie Eggleston then hit an RBI single to center to make it 10-9, before Hailey Alexander and Lynsey Martin both scored on an error to provide the game-tying and eventual game-winning runs.

Son got the win on the mound for Davis (13-3), throwing four innings of work. She allowed two runs (0 earned) on three hits with three strikeouts and two walks.

Rilee Duck took the loss for Sulphur (13-5) throwing two innings of work in which she allowed five runs (0 earned) with three strikeouts on six hits.

Davis will be in action today at the LCC tournament at 11:30 a.m. taking on Byng, while Sulphur will play the winner of Tishomingo and Madill at 7 p.m. tonight in second round action at the LCC tournament from Marietta. 


Comanche 12 Madill 4 F/6

Tuesday afternoon brought with it a road trip for the Madill Lady Wildcats to the Field of Dreams in Comanche.

Unfortunately, the Lady Indians were rude hosts as MHS fell by eight runs.

Kayli Sweet got MHS on the board in the top of the first when she hit a ground ball allowing a run to score off an error.

CHS tied the game in the bottom of the first, before scoring three runs in the second to take a 4-1 lead.

Two more runs were added in the third by the Lady Indians, bringing the lead to 6-1.

Madill got a run back in the fourth through an RBI single from Madison Jowers to make it 6-2.

It was 6-3 in the fifth when Rylee Ruff doubled to center field, before Kyann Melton put Madill within two at 6-4 with an RBI double of her own to left.

Comanche added six runs in the sixth to seal the game.

Bailey Gammill took the loss on the mound for the Lady Wildcats (6-14) throwing 5 2/3 innings. She allowed four earned runs on 10 hits with five walks and two strikeouts.

Madill will be in action today at the LCC Tournament taking on Tishomingo at 4 p.m.