Tupelo's Kurston Chamberlain (4) keeps Asher's Sarah Wauahdooah close to the third base bag during a first-round meeting at the Class A State Slow-Pitch Tournament Tuesday at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. The Lady Indians defeated Tupelo 16-6, but they fell to Leedey by an 11-3 count in a semifinal contest later in the afternoon.
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