RED OAK â€” The Poteau Lady Pirates split their games in Tuesday's three-way, beating Rattan 10-3 but losing 2-0 to Red Oak.
Panama 10, Cameron 0; Panama 4, Wilburton 2; Wilburton 13; Cameron 1: In Panama, the combination of Taylor Eaves and Hannah Goines threw a one-hit shutout against the Lady Yellowjackets.
Eaves no-hit the Lady â€™Jackets for three innings, then Goines threw a scoreless fourth inning. Cameron's only hit was a fourth-inning single by Amber Bailey.
In Panama's win over Wilburton, the Lady Razorbacks jumped out to a 2-0 lead after an inning, then made it 3-0 in the third inning.
In Cameron's loss to Wilburton, the Lady Yellowjackets had only a first-inning RBI single by Cindy Hicks to show for their efforts against the Lady Diggers.
The Lady â€™Jackets made seven errors in the game, which aided Wilburton's cause.
Heavener 13, Whitesboro 2: In Heavener, Lady Wolf player Lexi Moody did it all Tuesday afternoon. Moody hit a three-run home run to aid her cause in the pitching circle, where she threw a three-hitter.
Talihina 10, Battiest 0: In Talihina, pitcher Malacha Austin (6-4) threw a no-hitter with six strikeouts.
Talihina scored twice in the first inning and eight runs in the second inning for a 10-0 lead.
Spiro 17, Stigler 5: In Stigler, down 5-3 after an inning, the Lady Bulldogs scored eight runs in the second inning and six more in the fourth to put the game into run-rule status.
McCurtain 2, Arkoma 1; McCurtain 6, Arkoma 5: In McCurtain, in the opener, the Lady Mustangs could only get four hits of the Lady Bulldog starter â€” a hit apiece by Kelsi Johnson, Kylee Kusick, Jessica Pryor and Brittani Stevens.
In the nightcap, the Lady Bulldogs, who got tied by the Lady Mustangs at 5-5 in the top of the seventh inning, won the game in the home half of the inning to complete the sweep.
Keota 16, Howe 5: In Howe, in a battle of Lady Lions, this one went in favor of the visitors from Haskell County. Keota jumped out to an 11-0 lead after an inning.
Arkoma 7, Howe 1; Arkoma 11, Howe 0: Monday in Arkoma, the day belonged to Arkoma's Kylee Kusick, who hit two home runs in the Green Valley Conference doubleheader, one in each game.
Editor's Note â€” Nothing was reported on Pocola's games in Tuesday's three-way at Hartshorne with Stuart by press time.