At Stonewall

Tupelo 8, Stonewall 0

Game 1

TUPELO.............................................410 30 — 8 11 1

STONEWALL.....................................000 00 — 0 3 1

Cameron Mann and Jerry Hines. Jared Pharr and Bronson Gore. WP-Mann 2-0. LP-Pharr. 2B-Wiliam Boaz, Casey McCollum, Chad Woods. HL-McCollum 3-3, 2R, Boaz 2-3, 2R, Randy McCurry 2-2, 2RBI, Woods 2-3, 2RBI, Mann 11Ks (T).

NOTEWORTHY: Tupelo’s Cameron Mann picked up his second win of the season, shutting out the Longhorns on three hits. Mann had 11 strikeouts and didn’t walk a man.

Team Record: Tupelo 3-0.



Game 2

Tupelo 3, Stonewall 2

TUPELO..........................................011 010 0 — 3 4 2

STONEWALL..................................000 000 0 — 2 5 3

Randy McCurry and Cameron Mann. Bo Scribner and Bronson Gore. WP-McCurry 2-0. LP-Scribner. 3B-Brandon Ross (S). HL-Mann 2-3, Jared Romines 1-2, RBI, McCurry 13 Ks (T); J.P. Maples 2-3, Ross 2-3, 2RBI (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Randy McCurry struck out 13, walked only one and was tough when he needed to be. Scribner was also stingy, allowing the Tigers only four hits.

COACHES QUOTE: “I’m really pleased with our pitching so far. Cameron was outstanding, and Randy didn’t have his best stuff but it was good enough for a win,” — Tupleo head coach Clay Weller.

Team Record: Tupelo 4-0, Stonewall 0-2.

Up Next: Ft. Towson at Tupelo, 1 p.m., Saturday.



At Sulphur

Roff 13, Sulphur 0

ROFF.................................................003 37 — 13 14 1

SULPHUR.........................................000 00 — 0 3 2

Carter Browning and Atlee Kile. Ryan Tussell, Lance Wallace (3) and Tanner Rowe. WP-Browning (1-0). LP-Tussell. 3B-Browning (R). 2B-Jason Trimmer, Browning 2 (R). Trimmer 3-3, 2 RS, 2 RBIs; C. J. Stewart 2-4, 2 RBIs; Browning 3-4, 2 RBIs; Glenn Cornell 2-2, 3 RS.

NOTEWORTHY: Carter Browning tossed a three-hitter and had three of Roff’s 14 hits as the Tigers routed Sulphur to open the season. Browning was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, while Jason Trimmer, C. J. Stewart and Glenn Cornell — all members of the Tigers’ state runner-up basketball team — combined for 7 hits, five runs and two RBIs.

COACHES QUOTE: “Carter threw it extremely well. He had a good day all the way around. He had good command and looked pretty good out there. It wasn’t a bad showing for the first game, but we still have plenty of stuff to work on. We just need to get out there and start feeling comfortable.” — Roff coach Ead Simon.

Records: Roff 1-0, Sulphur 0-2.

Next Up: Roff at Holdenville Thursday at ; Sulphur



At Vanoss

GAME ONE

Wanette-Asher 15, Vanoss 1

W-ASHER..............................................425 4 — 15 13 2

VANOSS................................................000 1 — 1 1 4

Allan Lamb, Jerry Richards (3) and Jacob Cole. Jesse Scott and Dustin Dew. WP-Lamb (2-0). LP-Scott. HR-Cole (W). 3B-Tyler McDonald (W). 2B-Cole, Lamb (W). HL-J. J. McClendon 2-3, RBI; Cole 2-3, RS, 2 RBIs; Richards 3-3, 2 RBIs; McDonald 1-2, 3 RBIs.

NOTEWORTHY: Jerry Richards had three hits and two RBIs and combined with starter Allan Lamb on a one-hitter as Wanette-Asher routed Vanoss. Jacob Cole had a home run and double and drove in two runs, and J. J. McClendon started a big day with two hits and an RBI.



GAME TWO

Wanette-Asher 16, Vanoss 6

W-ASHER.........................................021 76 — 16 11 3

VANOSS...........................................211 20 — 6 3 3

Jacob Cole, Justin Fink (3), Jerry Richards (4) and Allan Lamb. Dustin Dew and Jesse Scott. WP-Richards (1-0). LP-Dew. HR-Scott (V). 3B-Fink (W). 2B-Paul Johnson (V), J. J. McClendon 2, Richards (W). HL-McClendon 3-4, 2 RS, 3 RBIs; Richards 2-3, 3 RS; Lamb 2-4 (W), Scott 1-3, RS, 2 RBIs; Paul Johnson 2-3, RS (V).

NOTEWORTHY: Richards went 2-for-3 and scored three times, and he got the win in relief as Wanette-Asher completed the sweep. McClendon had three hits, scored twice and knocked in three runs, and Justin Fink had a triple in the win. Jesse Scott homered and Paul Johnson had two hits for Vanoss.

COACHES QUOTE: “I’m very happy with our offensive output. We’re hitting the ball well considering how early it is, but our pitching still has a ways to go.” — Wanette-Asher coach David Rowlette.

Records: Wanette-Asher 3-0, Vanoss 0-2.

Next Up: Wanette-Asher Saturday at Dover Festival vs. Leedey at noon and Vici at 2:30 p.m.



At Byng

Game 1

Byng 7, Prague 2

PRAGUE ..................................................000 110 0 -- 2 4 0

BYNG .......................................................010 105 x -- 7 7 1

Cody Wheeler and Wyatt Fisher. Moon and Harris.WP-Wheeler (1-0). LP-Moon. 2B-Chad Keefer (B). HL-Wheeler 3-3, 12 Ks, Keefer 2 RS (B).

NOTEWORTHY: Byng hurler Cody Wheeler looked in midseason form for the Pirates, striking out 12 in a strong complete-game outing. He also helped his cause by going 3-for-3 at the plate. Chad Keefer doubled and scored twice for the hosts. Byng broke a 1-1 tie with five runs in the bottom of the sixth.

COACHES QUOTE: "We pitched well and played pretty good defense. We had trouble scoring runs into a strong wind. But we bunted well and did some other things we had to do to manufacture some runs," — Byng head coach Kevin Wilson.

 

Game 2

Byng 13, Prague 5

PRAGUE .....................................................203 000 — 5 7 2

BYNG ..........................................................340 402 — 13 9 0

Jordan Cowger, Dakota Atkeson (3) and Chad Keefer. Adams, Harris (5) and Harris, Simposn (5). WP-Cowger (1-0). LP-Adams. 3B-Keefer (B). 2B-Keefer (B). HL-Keefer 3-3, 4 RS, 7 RBIs, Preston Petty 2-3, 4 RBIs (B).

NOTEWORTHY: Byng led just 7-5 after three innings, but outscored Prague 6-0 over the next three frames to end the game via the run-rule. Chad Keefer led the Byng offense, going 3-for-3 with a triple, a double and seven RBIs. He also scored four times. Preston Petty drove in four more runs for the locals.

COACHES QUOTE: "I was impressed with Jordan Cowger. He started and pitched pretty well. He just ran into a little bad luck," — Byng head coach Kevin Wilson.

Record: Byng 2-0.

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