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High School Softball Roundup

August 23, 2012

SLIP, SLIDING INTO THIRD BASE — Poteau baserunner Maci McMillin, left, slides into third base during the Lady Pirates' contest against Rattan in a three-way Tuesday afternoon at Red Oak Photo submitted by Kim Standridge

RED OAK — 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 ’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 ’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 — 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 — Nothing was reported on Pocola's games in Tuesday's three-way at Hartshorne with Stuart by press time.

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