- Ada, Oklahoma


August 27, 2013

Weekend Softball Capsules


Ada —

COACH’S QUOTE: “This was a good win against a ranked team in our class. We played pretty well in all facets of the game,” — Konawa head coach Doug Isaacs.


At Tuttle Festival

Saturday, Aug. 24

Konawa 2, Welch 0

KONAWA 000 200 0 —  2  6  0

WELCH 000 000 0 —  0  4  0

    Tarah Madron and Brittany Lancaster; Hall and Mercer. WP – Madron (6-4). LP – Hall. HL – Dominque Lyon 2-3, 2 SB; Shelby Campbell 2-4, 2 SB; Lancaster 1-3, 1 RS, 1 SB; Rene Rutherford 1-3, 1 RBI, 1 SB; Chesa Coon 1-3, 1 RS; Mahaylee Larney, 1 RBI (K); Armstrong 1-3; Hackler, 1-3; Chenowith 1-3; Mount 1-3; Rupert 1-3 (W).

NOTEWORTHY: Tarah Madron (6-4) fired a four-hit shutout and struck out nine with no walks as Konawa blanked Welch, 2-0, Saturday. Shelby Campbell went 2-for-4 and stole a pair of bases, and Dominque Lyons was 2-for-3 with two stolen bases as well.

COACH’S QUOTE: "This was a good win for us. Welch had a good pitcher that kept us off balance, but we managed to scrape out a couple of runs. Madron pitched well, and we played solid defense the entire game,” —  Konawa head coach Doug Isaacs.


At Tuttle Festival

Saturday, Aug. 24

Konawa 10, Ringling 9

(Inning-by-inning scores not available)

   Mayhaylle Larney and Brittany Lancaster; Stoker and Murray. WP – Larney (1-0). LP – Stoker. HL – Shelby Campbell 1-2, BB; Taylor Jackson 1-3, 2 RBIs, 1 RS; Dominique Lyon 1-3, 1 RS, 1 SB; Danielle Khoury 1 RBI, 2 RS; Lancaster, 2 RS; Larney 1 RS; Hisaw 2 RBIs, 1 SB; Rutherford 1 RBI (K). Tolliver 3-4; Murray 2-4; McGagahey 1-3; Butler, 1-4 (R).

NOTEWORTHY: In a game plagued by 10 errors (six by Konawa and four by Ringling), the Lady Tigers survived for a 10-9 win to wrap up play with a perfect 3-0 mark in the Tuttle Festival.

COACH’S QUOTE: “This was a great win for us in many respects. We played back-to-back games in the heat, had four starters out with minor injuries and was still able to beat a quality team. Mahaylee Larney pitched a good game and we made enough plays to get the win, but overall our defense should have been much better. We did produce a good amount of offense and found ways to manufacture runs against a pretty hard-throwing pitcher,” — Konawa head coach Doug Isaacs.

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