The Pryor Times


September 12, 2013

Softball: Salina riding three-game win streak

SALINA, OK — After a 5-3 win over Locust Grove Saturday, Salina took down foes Monday and Tuesday to string together three straight victories for the second time this season.

The Lady 'Cats put up double-digit run totals in wins over Foyil (13-0) and Chelsea (10-7) to set up a match today at Westville at 1 p.m.

Salina's longest winning streak this season was a four-game tear in late August, including wins at Ketchum, at home against Foyil and a doubleheader win at South Coffeyville. The combined run total in those games was 53-2 in Salina's favor.

The Lady Wildcats are now 10-8 on the season.

Lady Warriors cruise past Ketchum

Adair's Lady Warrior softball team smashed Ketchum 10-1 in a home contest Tuesday to improve to 12-9 on the season.

The Lady Warriors bounced back from a 4-2 Monday loss to Cleveland to nab the Tuesday victory.

Next up for Adair is a trip northwest to take on Nowata and Webster at Nowata today.

Tigerettes lose crucial district contests

The Pryor Tigerettes dropped a pair of district contests early in the week to fall to 3-3 in District 5A-3.

Pryor (10-9) hosted the top team in Class 5A, Tahlequah, on Monday. Tahlequah's Lady Tigers went home with a 7-4 win. The Tigerettes then traveled to Coweta Tuesday, where those Lady Tigers hit Pryor with a 6-3 defeat.

The Tigerettes will next head to Claremore today at 5 p.m. for a pivotal district contest before hosting a doubleheader against Sallisaw Saturday.

LG falls at Wagoner

The Lady Pirates of Locust Grove fell to 5-16 on the season after a humbling 12-1 road loss to Wagoner Monday.

LG was set to play Keys Tuesday, but no score was reported as of press time Wednesday. The Lady Pirates' next scheduled action is today against Kansas in the Wyandotte Tournament.

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