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HEAVENER â€” After getting strong pitching in their season-opening win on Monday from the combination of Parker Johnson and Grant Severe, along came Connor Mangham for the Pocola Indians.
Mangham thew a no-hitter, and missed out on a perfect game by a batter, as the Indians blanked the Heavener Wolves 6-0 Tuesday afternoon.
Mangham struck out 17 batters, and only allowed one batter to reach by a base on balls. That baserunner was later caught stealing on a strikeout-throwout double play, so that the Indian starter only faced the minimum 21 batters for the game.
Spiro 20, Roland 6: In Spiro, the Bulldogs rallied from a 5-1 deficit with a six-run second inning, highlighted by Colton Gamble's two-run home run, his first homer this season.
Then, the â€™Dogs erupted for a 13-run third inning, with 11 of the runs coming after two outs. The two big hits of the inning were Colby Demato's first homer of the season, a two-run shot, and a three-RBI double by Tyler Didway.
Spiro has turned Saturday's one-game home outing with Keys (Park Hill) into a three-way as Fort Smith (Ark.) Northside will join in. Action will begin at noon.
Leflore 17, Calvin 2; Canadian 10, Leflore 7: In Canadian, the Savages split their games in Tuesday's three-way.
Leflore scored 12 runs in the first inning, highlighted by Dakota Watson's first home run of the season, an inside-the-park job, to take complete control of the game with Calvin.
In the loss to host Canadian, the Savages had a 7-0 lead after two innings, but they could not keep the lead.
Stigler 21, Panama 18: In Panama, the Razorbacks (1-2) took a 15-14 lead in the fifth inning on a grand-slam home run by Isaac Burris.
But the Panthers scored three runs in each of the final two innings to snatch the win away.
Muldrow 4, Cameron 1: In Muldrow, Kenny Whitehead's RBI single in the seventh inning kept the Yellowjackets from being held scoreless.
Sallisaw-Central 5, Talihina 3: In Sallisaw, three Talihina errors helped the Tigers score three runs in the sixth ining to get the come-from-behind win.
Andrew Young's solo home run, his first of the season, put the Golden Tigers ahead 3-2 in the sixth inning.
Austin Lawson's RBI fielder's choice scored Trevor Crone in the opening inning for a 1-0 lead in the first inning.
Tyler Ward's solo homer, his first homer of the season, broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning for a 2-1 lead.