- Ada, Oklahoma


August 22, 2013

Local Softball & Baseball Capsules

Ada —


Tuesday, Aug. 20

At Tushka Festival

Latta 7, Rock Creek 0

R. CREEK 000 000 0 —  0   4  2

LATTA 400 021 x —  7  15  0

  Iams and Stinson; Matison Worcester and Tyler  Whitney. WP – Worcester (4-0). LP – Iams. 2B – Marbree Abney. HL – Maria Priest 3-3, 2 RS; Chelsea Alexander 3-4, 1 RS; Shelbey Parnacher 2-2, 1 RS (L).

NOTEWORTHY: Matison Worcester fired a four-hit shutout while Maria Priest and Chelsea Alexander collected three hits each as Latta blanked Rock Creek in the three-way Tushka Festival. Worcester allowed just one walk and struck out four in raising her record to 4-0. Priest went 3-for-3 from the plate and scored twice and Alexander was 3-for-4 with one run scored. Shelbey Parnacher went 2-for-2 and scored a run and Maebree Abney contributed a double for the winners. The Lady Panthers pounded out 15 hits in the win.


Tushka 6, Latta 5

LATTA  110 011 1 —  5  13  4

TUSHKA 021 003 x —  6  14  2

   Maria Priest and Maebree Abney; Avants and Boyd. WP – Avants. LP – Priest (1-2). 3B – Eaves (T). 2B – Jordyn Scott 2 (L). HL – Scott 3-4, 1 RS; Priest 2-3, 1 RS (L). Eaves 3-4, 4 RBIs (T).

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Panthers surrendered five unearned runs after committing four errors in dropping a 6-5 decision to host Tushka in Latta’s second game of the Tushka Festival. The hosts held a 14-13 edge in total hits. For Latta, Jordyn Scott went 3-for-4 from the plate and scored a run while Maria Priest was 2-for-3 with a run scored. Priest took the pitching loss.

Record: Latta is 5-2

Up Next: Wynnewood at Latta today, 4 p.m.


At Coalgate

Roff 2, Coalgate 1

ROFF 100 000 1 —  2  6  2

COALGATE 100 000 0 —  1  5  2

     Kendall Sanford and Breecia Crawford. Shores and Thomas. WP-Sanford (3-2). LP-Shores. 3B-Tori Brown (R). HL-Jalee Hood 3-4, RBI, B. Crawford 1-2, RBI, Brown 1-3, RS, Sanford 9 Ks (R).

NOTEWORTHY: Roff was able to push across a run in the top of the seventh to slip by Coalgate 2-1 during a Tuesday night road game. Senior Tori Brown led off the seventh inning with a triple and later scored on an RBI single by Jalee Hood, who finished with three hits for the Lady Tigers. RHS hurler Kendall Sanford struck out nine and scattered five hits in a strong complete-game effort.

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