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Monday's High School Softball Roundup

April 3, 2013

ROLAND — The Poteau Lady Pirates got the season sweep of the Roland Lady Rangers, winning 11-4 Monday afternoon.
Howe 7, Cameron 6, 10 inn.; Howe 8, Sallisaw-Central 3; Cameron 7, Sallisaw-Central 4: In Sallisaw, the Lady Lions got a pair of wins in the three-game festival.
In the win over Cameron, Alli Ford's bases-loaded walk with one out forced home Keely Griffith with the game-winning run.
In Howe's win over the host Lady Tigers, the Lady Lions clawed their way to a 4-0 lead in the opening inning.
In Cameron's win over Sallisaw-Central, a four-run fourth inning, fueled by RBI singles by Bailey, Hicks and Keely Hambrick, put the Lady ’Jackets ahead 4-1.
Games Rained Out
Monday's Pocola home game with Keota was rained out due to wet fields, and has not been rescheduled.
All of Tuesday's softball action — Pocola at Panama, Clayton at Howe, Cameron and Red Oak at Quinton, Whitesboro and Eagletown at Wright City and Wister at Keota — was all rained out. Whitesboro coach Kristi Branscum said her three-game festival likely will not be rescheduled, since her Lady Bulldogs likely will see Eagletown in the Class B District Tournament later this month.
The other games have not been rescheduled as of press time.
Also, Carl Albert's road doubleheader in Shawnee against Seminole State College was rained out Tuesday afternoon. It has been rescheduled for 2 p.m. April 23 in Shawnee.

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