Actions often time speak louder than words.

Actions often time speak louder than words.

Judging by the offensive output from the Lone Grove Lady Horns on Tuesday, it’s clear they were more than a little frustrated after losing their first district game on Monday.

Lone Grove pounded out 14 runs as the Lady Horns raced past Chickasha on the road with a 16-1 victory.

The win moved the Lady Horns to 7-1 in district play, while moving them to 11-3 overall on the season.

Chloe Pender got the Lady Horns on the board in the top of the third inning, on an RBI single which scored Malea McMuretey.

Noa Dodson then got in on the action in a big way in the top of the fourth as she slapped a two-run home run to center field, making it a 3-0 contest.

Pender then smashed a home run of her own as she sent a three-run shot to center in the top of the fifth to make it 6-0.

In the sixth, the Lady Horns would strike back with four more runs as Logan Ketchum got a sacrifice RBI, before Lexi Meadows made it 8-0 with an RBI double to center.

Then came another long shot from Pender.

The Lady Horns senior stepped up and hit her second homer of the game, this time a two-run shot to make it 10-0.

Chickasha avoided the run-rule with one run in the bottom of the sixth to make it 10-1.

Lone Grove finished the game off with six runs in the seventh.

Emmy Guthrie struck out 13 batters in the game on the mound.