Stonewall 13, Asher 3
ASHER 210 0 — 3 3 3
STONEWALL 013 9 — 13 17 6
Summer Wauahdooah and Mallory Luman. Amanda Transue and Lyndsay Daffern. WP-Transue (30-10). LP-Wauahdooah. 3B-Kim Helms 2 (S). 2B-Huggins (A), Daffern 2, Cheyanne Miller 2, Paige Curtis, Breann Gipson (S). HL-Bradianne Daniel 2-3, 2 RS; Miller 2-3, RS, 3 RBIs; Gipson 2-3, RS, 2 RBIs; Curtis 2-2, 2 RS; Kaitlynn Wright 2-2, RS, 2 RBIs; Daffern 2-2, RS, 2 RBIs; Helms 2-2, 2 RS, RBI (S).
NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall trailed 3-0 headingto the bottom of the second inning before scoring 13 unanswered runs en route to the run-rule victory. Kim Helms tripled twice, and Lyndsay Daffern and Cheyanne Miller added two doubles apiece for the Lady Longhorns, who got two hits from seven different players and outhit Asher, 17-3.
Team Records: Stonewall 31-10
Up Next: Stonewall vs. Macomb-Bowlegs loser Thursday, 2 p.m. at Class 2A District Tournament in Macomb.
Latta 4, Byng 3
BYNG 000 111 000 00 — 3 14 2
LATTA 021 000 000 01 — 4 12 4
Brianna Warner and Taylor Hill. Siera Green and Cheyenne Crews. WP-Green (20-6). LP-Warner. HR-Manuel (B). 2B-Ashley Sanders (B). HL-Hill 2-4; Counts 2-5; Manuel 1-3, 2 RS, RBI (B); Kaitlin Hisaw 3-5, RS; Carlee Henderson 2-5, RS, RBI; Shelby Parnacher 2-4, RS; Nicala Price 2-4, RBI (L).
NOTEWORTHY: Latta (No. 2 in Class 4A) pushed across an unearned run in the bottom of the 11th for the walkoff victory over old rival Byng in the final playoff prep for both teams. Kaitlin Hisaw — who had been thrown out at the plate on a close play in the eighth — reached on a two-out, two-base error in the 11th and scored the game winner on Carlee Henderson’s base hit to left. Latta scored two runs in the bottom of the second, with Nicala Price’s RBI single the big blow, and extended the lead to 3-0 in the third on Makenzi Lamb’s RBI single to score Henderson. Presli Manuel homered in the top of the fourth for Byng to cut the deficit to 3-1, the Lady Pirates scored again in the fifth on a double by Ashley Sanders and a single by losing pitcher Brianna Warner. Manuel walked in the sixth and scored the tying run on a sacrifice fly by Tiffany owens. Hisaw had three hits to pace Latta’s 12-hit attack.
COACHES QUOTE: “It was a well-played game — not a lot of mistakes, just not a lot of hitting.” — Latta coach Jim Foster.
Team Records: Latta 20-6
Up Next: Latta vs. Vanoss-Hartshorne loser Thursday, 3 p.m. at Class 4A District Tournament in Latta.
Roff 22, Stuart 7
ROFF 26(14) 0 — 22 13 1
STUART 002 5 — 7 8 4
Jordan Scott, Remington Pope (3) and Brendon Barr. Dillion Jones, Colton Champman (2), Turner Brewer (3), Jones (4) and Zach Mabray. WP-Scott. LP-Jones. HR-Mark Bryant, Dakota Schafer (R). 2B-Barr, Schafer (R), Brewer, Mabray (S). HL-Bryant 2-4, 2 RS, 3 RBIs; Pope 2-3, 3 RS; Barr 2-3, 3 RS, 3 RBIs; Tim Wallen 3-4, Schafer 3-3, 2 RS, 6 RBIs (R); Brewer 2-3 (S).
NOTEWORTHY: Dakota Schafer was a triple shy of the cycle and drove in six runs as Roff snapped out of a mini-hitting slump with the run-rule victory at Stuart. Schafer had a two-run double in a six-run second-inning outburst that put the visiting Tigers up 8-0, and he added a three-run homer and RBI single in a 14-run third-inning explosion that ultimately ended the game on the run rule. Mark Bryant led off the game with a home run and drove in three runs, Brendon Barr had two hits and three RBIs, and Tim Wallen was 3-for-4 for Roff (No. 2 in Class A).
Team Records: Roff 20-8
Up Next: Roff vs. Healdton Thursday, 2 p.m. at Class A District Tournament in Roff.