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ARKOMA â€” Due to the rainstorm which moved into LeFlore County on Friday, the Wister-Arkoma Green Valley Conference doubleheader was rained out.
The Lady Wildcats had a 4-1 lead when the Lady Mustangs were coming to bat in the bottom of the second inning when the rainstorm stopped the game. Since the game had not gone the necessary innings to be a complete game, it was considered a rainout. No make-up date has been set for the conference twinbill.
Whitesboro 6, Smithville 0: Friday in Whitesboro, the Lady Bulldogs (4-9) won back-to-back games in as many days.
The Lady Bulldogs got a two-hit shutout by pitcher Lexey Branscum.
Whitesboro 11, Panola 1: Thursday in Whitesboro, the Lady Bulldogs had little problems with the Lady Bearcats.
Spiro 4, Roland 0: Thursday in Roland, Kaylee Cox threw a two-hitter with nine strikeouts as the game was shortened to five innings due to rain, and Spiro's game with Westville which was to follow was also rained out.
Keota 5, Cameron 0: Thursday in Cameron, no more information was reported on the game by press time.
McCurtain 13, Howe 1; McCurtain 10, Howe 0: Thursday in McCurtain, the Lady Bulldogs swept a Green Valley Conference twinbill from the Lady Lions.
Muldrow 8, Pocola 7, 8 inn.: Tuesday in Muldrow, the Lady Bulldogs scored a run in the seventh inning to tie the game at 7-7, then scored a run in the eight inning to win it.
Editor's Note â€” Bokoshe's Green Valley Conference doubleheader at Wister was rained out. Also, look for the details about Cameron's Friday game at Howe and Talihina's games in this weekend's Kiowa Tournament in Tuesday's edition.