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Cameron seeking berth into CASC Invitational consolation title game; Leflore, Wister, Red Oak played in championship semifinals Friday in Howe; title game Saturday afternoon at CASC

August 22, 2014

ACTION JACKSON — Cameron base runner Dillon Jackson, left, slides into third base as Smithville third baseman Bailey Kirt stumbles in his attempt to corral the ball for a tag during the first inning of Friday afternoon's consolation quarterfinal contest in the 2014 Carl Albert State College Invitational at CASC's Ival Goodman Field. PDN photo by David Seeley

The Cameron Yellowjackets tried Friday night to get to the consolation finals of the 2014 Carl Albert State College Invitational at CASC's Ival Goodman Field.
The Yellowjackets and the Smithville Braves battled in Friday afternoon's consolation quarterfinal, with the game tied at 5 after seven innings. The winner played in the consolation semifinals later that night against McCurtain. That winner will play the Oktaha Tigers at 11 a.m. Saturday for the consolation title.
The Tigers, who opened Friday's games at CASC with a win over Kiowa, got to the consolation finals by blanking the Howe Lions 11-0 in the other consolation semifinal.
The Lions lost their first game of the tournament, falling 8-1 to the Smithville Braves on Thursday afternoon at Howe's Lions Field.
The Leflore Savages, the Wister Wildcats and the Red Oak Eagles played late Friday in the championship semifinals at Lions Field. Leflore played Red Oak, while Wister faced Crowder — which the Wildcats beat 14-11 in last week's Red Oak Eagle Classic championship semifinals. The ’Cats got to the championship semifinals by holding off the Kiowa Cowboys 3-2 on Thursday night in Wister.
The winners will play for the championship at 3 p.m. Saturday, while the losers will play for third place at 1 p.m. — both contests at CASC's Ival Goodman Field.

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