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April 4, 2013

Local spring sports roundup

Ada — Monday’s Game


At Coalgate

Stonewall 5, Coalgate 2

STONEWALL    002    003    0    —  5  9  1

COALGATE    000    200    0    —  2  7  1

    Jordan Pharr and Allie Denson; Stasia Roebuck and Bailey Hughes. WP – Pharr (13-3). LP – Roebuck. HR – Lyndsay Daffern (S). 2B – Sarah Monday 2 (S); Kendra Coslow (C). HL – Breann Gipson 2-2, 1 RS; Daffern 2-3, 2 RBIs, 1 RS; Monday 2-3, 1 RBI; Kim Helms 1-3, 1 RBI, 1 RS (S). Coslow 2-3; Hughes 2-3, 1 RS (C).

NOTEWORTHY: Lyndsay Daffern hit a two-run homer as Stonewall came away with the three-run decision. Daffern went 2-for-3 from the plate and scored a run for the Lady Longhorns, who compiled nine hits. Teammate Breann Gipson went 2-for-2 and scored a run, while Sarah Monday was also 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and one RBI. Kim Helms went 1-for-3 with one double and a run scored. For Coalgate, Kendra Coslow and Bailey Hughes were each 2-for-3. Hughes also scored a run. Jordan Pharr (13-3) allowed just seven Lady Wildcat hits.

Team Record: Stonewall is 13-3; Coalgate 8-6.

Up Next: Stonewall vs. Colbert, 3:45 p.m.; Stonewall vs. Roff, 5 p.m.; Stonewall vs. Coalgate, 6:15 p.m. today at Colbert Invitational.

At Byng

Byng 3, Sulphur 0

SULPHUR    000    000    0    —  0  2  0

BYNG    000    120    x    —  3  7  0

   Sims and Gilbert; Breana Warner and Kaylen Fike. WP – Warner (9-3). LP – Sims. HL – Jadyn Ramer 1-1, W; Haley White 1-3 (S). Warner 2-3, 1 RBI, 1 RS; Layna Abbott 2-3, 1 RBI; Sidney Fuller, 1-2, SF, 1 RBI; Kaylen Fike 1-3, 1 RS; Jacey Huckeby 1-3, 1 RS (B).

NOTEWORTHY: Breana Warner went 2-for-3 from the plate and drove in a run while getting the pitching win as Class 5A ninth-ranked Byng blanked 5A 16th-ranked Sulphur 3-0. Warner (9-3) allowed just two hits. Also for the Lady Pirates, Layna Abbott went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Sidney Fuller was 1-for-2 with a sacrifice fly.

Record: Byng is 9-3

Up Next: Byng vs. Putnam City West at 11:15 a.m. today in the Harrah Tournament.


At Holdenville

Roff 14, Holdenville 1

ROFF    723    12    —  14  12  2

HOLDENVILLE    100    00    —    1    2  3

   C.J. Johnson and Cruz Villafranco; Wildraw Cryford, Cogs Allen (1) and Ryan Hidulsy, Cryford (1). WP – Johnson (2-0). LP – Cryford. 2B – Cade Carpenter 2, Mike Anderson (R). HL – Carpenter 3-4, 3 RBIs, 2 RS; Andy Antonio 2-4, 2 RS.

NOTEWORTHY: Cade Carpenter went 3-for-4 from the plate with two doubles, three runs batted in and a run scored as Roff ripped Holdenville in five innings. Also for the victorious Tigers, Andy Antonio was 2-for-4 and scored a pair of runs. C.J. Johnson (2-0) allowed just two hits in getting the pitching win.

Record: Roff is 12-6.

Up Next: Roff at Amber-Pocasset Tournament Friday, TBA.


March 26

At Duncan Junior High Tournament


Team Standings

1. Plainview

2. Ada

(tie) Marlow

Ada Individual Results

3. Mitchell Ross    80

5. Reed Townsend    87

Jacob Thorley    98

Ryan Hagar    103

Ben Pruitt    104

Up Next: Ada Junior High Tournament, Monday, April 8 at Oak Hills Golf Course.


Monday, April 1


Plainview Invitational

At Lakeview Golf Course

Team Standings

1. Ardmore    350

2. Plainview    353

3. Lone Grove    381

4. Latta    383

5.  Tishomingo    391

(tie) Pauls Valley    391

Latta Individual Results

 Sydni Chilcoat    47-40—87

 Macie Snowden    47-51—98

 Taylor Cool    50-48— 98

 Courtney Brundidge    61-46—107

 Audrey Jordan    54-51—105

NOTEWORTHY: While playing together as a team under the Maxwell scoring format, the Latta Lady Panthers shot a 383, good enough for fourth place at the 2013 Plainview Invitational held Monday at the Lakeview Golf Course near Ardmore. Latta was just two strokes behind third place Lone Grove (381). Sydni Chilcoate led Latta with an 87 as she finished eighth in the overall medalist race.

Up Next: Latta at Canadian Invitational April 9 at Arrowhead Golf Course.


Girls golf tournament

washed out in Pauls Valley

ADA — The Pauls Valley girls golf tournament scheduled for Wednesday was canceled due to rain.

Coach Ron Anderson’s Ada High team was scheduled to compete at the tournament. The next action for the Lady Cougars will be Friday at the Sulphur Hills Golf Course.


Coed Tournament scheduled

for Saturday in Stonewall

STONEWALL — The Stonewall Diamond Doggs 10U Coed Softball Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, April 6 at the Stonewall softball fields.

Entry fee is $120 and includes first and second play T-shirts. There will also be a home run derby. ASA/UTRIP bats and .44 core balls will be required.

For more information, contact Chad Blue at (580) 320-9773.


Broncho Invitational Cancelled after heavy rains in Edmond

EDMOND  – The East Central University men’s golf team had its final tournament of the regular season cancelled due to persistent rain and lightning. The Tigers were at Gaillardia Country Club in Edmond for the 2013 Broncho Invitational presented by RCB Bank and hosted by Central Oklahoma.

The Tigers will now have to wait to return to the course until April 14-16, when they travel to Hot Springs, Ark., for the 2013 Great American Conference Championship at the Hot Springs Country Club.


ECU baseball versus

Bacone washed out

ADA – Due to rain, the East Central University baseball game versus Bacone College, scheduled for 3 p.m., Tuesday, has been cancelled.

The Tigers will next be in action Friday and Saturday, when they travel to Southern Arkansas for a three-game Great American Conference series.


East Central Softball

rescheduled for April 16

ADA – The East Central University softball team has rescheduled its double-header with the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma from Tuesday.

The games will now be played at Lady Tiger Field, Tuesday, April 16 starting at 1 p.m.

The Lady Tigers will be on the road this weekend to wrap up a two-week road trip. ECU will play four games against Henderson State, April 5-6.


Women’s Tennis Prepares

for Tough Weekend

ADA – The East Central University women’s tennis team will have a tough weekend on the courts at the Cameron Quad. The Lady Tigers (5-5, 2-1 GAC) will face three ranked opponents over the course of two days before coming home to host Henderson State for a key Great American Conference match.

ECU will be at the Cameron Quad Friday and Saturday and face Cameron (No. 18), St. Mary’s (No. 28) and Tarleton State (No. 17). The Lady Tigers will then return home with Henderson State, Sunday.

The Aggies come into this weekend’s matches with a 13-3 overall and 1-2 record in the Lone Star Conference. Cameron faces Abilene Christian today before hosting the quad event.

The Rattlers are 13-4 overall and 4-0 in the Heartland after winning their last two matches. The Lady Tigers and St. Mary’s have already faced each other this season, with the Rattlers earning a 0-9 win.

The Texanns are 8-8 overall and 2-1 in the Lone Star after dropping their last match.

Henderson State is currently 3-5 overall and 0-2 in the GAC after losing 0-9 to both Southeastern and Arkansas Tech. The Lady Reddies have also played two non-conference matches against teams from the GAC, losing 1-8 to ATU and 3-6 to Ouachita Baptist early in the season.

The Lady Tigers have gone 4-1 in their last five matches and played eight matches between March 11 and April 1. ECU will be very active in the final weeks of the regular season, with this weekend’s matches starting a string of nine matches over the next 12 days.




Today's Games

Asher, Stuart at Tupelo Festival, 4:30 p.m.

Byng vs. Putnam City West, 11:15 a.m. at Harrah Tournament.

Latta vs. Kingston, noon; Latta vs. Rock Creek, 1:15 p.m.; Latta vs. Calera, 2:30 p.m.; Stonewall vs. Colbert, 3:45 p.m.; Coalgate vs. Colbert, 5 p.m.; Roff vs. Colbert, 6:16 p.m. (Field 1) at Colbert Invitational Tournamenent.

Coalgate vs. Roff, 3:45 p.m.; Stonewall vs. Roff, 5 p.m.; Stonewall vs. Coalgate, 6:15 p.m. (Field 2) at Colbert Invitational.

Konawa at Wetumka Tournament, TBA.

Madill at Vanoss, 5 p.m.


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