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WISTER â€” In a prelude of next weekâ€™s Class 2A District Tournament, Wister pitcher Tyler Gibson threw a one-hitter as the Wildcats blanked the Pocola Indians 11-0 on Monday afternoon.
Gibson struck out eight batters in four innings, allowing only a third-inning, lead-off single to Pocolaâ€™s Casey Sather â€” which spoiled the Wister senior pitcherâ€™s perfect-game bid.
Heavener 11, Kinta 0; Heavener 12, Kinta 3: In Heavener, the Wolves began Mondayâ€™s home doubleheader with a perfect, four-inning game from Aaron Shelton. He faced the minimum 12 batters in four innings, retiring 10 of them by strikeout.
In the nightcap, the Wolves jumped out to a 6-0 lead. After the Eagles cut the deficit to 6-3 in the second inning, the Wolves had their second six-run inning in the third for a 12-3 lead.
Leflore 16, Battiest 2: In Battiest, the Savages ended the regular season on a high note. Caleb Smithâ€™s solo home run in the first inning made it 1-0, then Leflore added eight more runs in the second for a 9-0 lead.
Whitesboro 16, Panola 4: In Panola, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 6-0 lead, and were never headed. Then, a seven-run sixth inning put the game into mercy-rule status since Whitesboroâ€™s lead was greater than eight runs after five innings.
Vian 13, Cameron 0: In Cameron, the Yellowjackets got three-hit by Vian pitching as Cody McAlpin and Anthony Wilson each were 1-for-2 and Samuel Humphries was 1-for-1.
The Wolverines scored once in the first, twice in the second and 10 runs in the third.
Webbers Falls 8, Arkoma 1: In Webbers Falls, the good news for the Mustangs was they played their first seven-inning game of the season, as they avoided a mercy-rule loss to the Warriors, who earlier this season beat them 24-0.
Tyree Noldenâ€™s RBI bunt single in the sixth inning cut Arkomaâ€™s deficit to 4-1, but the Warriors came back with four runs in their half of the frame to put the game away.
Sallisaw-Central 15, Panama 6: In Sallisaw, the Tigers jumped out to a 4-0 lead, but the Razorbacks (9-12) cut the deficit to 8-6 with a five-run fourth inning â€” highlighted by Gabe Harpâ€™s two-run home run, his first homer of the season.
However, with two outs in the fourth, the Tigers had a seven-run rally to put the game away.