GIRLS STATE — At the Oklahoma City Tennis Center, Wagoner’s Britley Butler and Shelby Russell in the No. 1 Class 4A doubles beat Christian Heritage’s Ashton Bullard and HJ Nuthman 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 but fell to the consolation bracket after losing to second seed Katie Davis and Henryetta’s Kellyn Loltis 6-1, 6-1. The Lady Bulldog pair stay alive in the consolation bracket on Saturday.

Wagoner’s Kieley Holliday lost to OCA’s Clara Caldwell 6-1 6-2 in No. 2 Class 4A singles and then Byng’s CJ Lee 6-1, 7-6(6) to complete his trip to State. Kendra Condict and Ayda Harris of Wagoner lost in doubles No. 2 to Harmony Moore and Hope Moore of Byng 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, then were sent home by Vani Ellis and Maria Rogemope of Mount St. Mary 6-3 , 6-3 .

Wagoner was the only area school in state tennis this year.


CLASS 3A (from Thursday) — Oklahoma Christian School shot a 731 over 36 holes for a five-shot win over Marlow. Jenni Roller was the top individual with a 134. Harley Folsblom of Checotah (193) and Gracie Lassiter of Eufaula (205) were the only representation in the zone.

CLASS 2A (from Thursday) — Turner shot a 679 of 36 strikes to win by 98 shots over Christian Heritage. Oktaha improved 48 shots on day two, shooting a 416 to finish 10th at 880. Maggie Murphy led the Tigers on the final day with a 95 to score a 210 from 36 holes. Pocola’s Raychel Nelke shot a total of 146 for a four-shot win over Turner’s Jaci Hartman.


CLASS 6A REGIONAL, OWASSO — The opener didn’t go as Muskogee had hoped as they fell to Owasso and lost 12-0. The Roughers had just two hits in the game, singles from Kale Testerman and Jarrett Crawford. In Game 2, Muskogee avoided elimination by knocking out Southmoore 4-2.

The Roughers got off to a quick start as the first three batters of the game reached base. After Dale Grant scored on a goal-laden walk Gio Zapata opted to drive in two more points for a three-point lead. Zapata finished the game 2-on-3 with two RBIs and one run scored. Grant was the winning pitcher and had 14 strikeouts in seven innings. Muskogee (10-17) will face Stillwater on Saturday in a playoff game at noon.

CLASS 4A REGIONAL, PRYOR — Solid pitching was on display in Game 1, but it was Pryor who prevailed against Hilldale, outscoring the Hornets 3-0 in extra innings. Kielton Siedlik pitched seven scoreless innings but allowed three runs in the top of the eighth that the Hornets couldn’t match. Joel Myers went 2 for 3 at home plate. Hilldale bounced back in game two and knocked out Berryhill 1-0. Siedlik started the second inning with a double and advanced to the third on a groundout by Austin Fletcher. Chandler Wood flew to the left but brought on Siedlik to score the game’s only point. Fletcher kicked off the game’s complete shutout by striking out 10 and allowing just three hits. Hilldale (20-13) will face Poteau Saturday at noon in a playoff game.

CLASS 4A REGIONAL, LINCOLN CHRISTIAN— Wagoner found themselves in a first six-run hole after two innings and couldn’t find their way as they fell to Sallisaw 8-6. Gabe Rodriguez went 2 for 4 and scored three runs while Colton Hill and Trey Wood also had two hits apiece. In Game 2, the Bulldogs gave up an early lead and lost to Perkins-Tryon 6-1. Cody Wheeler scored the only point for Wagoner. The Bulldogs end their season with an 18-14 record.

CLASS 3A REGIONAL, SPERRY — Eufaula opened regional play with a 6-3 win over Vinita. The Ironheads opened the game in the top of the fifth when Draven Gragg doubled to score Luke Adcock and Josiah Ostrowski. Gragg scored two batters later on Hayden Robinson’s single. Gragg and Jeremy Nelson went 3 for 4 each at home plate. Adcock struck out eight batters and pitched a full game for the victory. In Game 2, Eufaula fell victim to sloppy defense and dropped a close one against Keys, 7-5. The Ironheads beat Keys but made four errors that led to four unearned runs. Adcock and Brett Pippenger had two hits apiece. Eufaula (23-9) will face the winner of Vinita/Sperry on Saturday at 4 p.m.

CLASS 2A REGIONAL, SILO — Warner won a match against Stroud 10-0. Jace Jackson struck out 12 over six innings to pick up the win. Adam Thompson had a big game at the plate with three hits and three RBIs. In Game 2, the Eagles met top-ranked Silo and were outscored 16-0. Warner was held without a hit and had three errors in the game. The Eagles (21-9) will face Dibble in a playoff game Saturday at noon.

CLASS 2A REGIONAL, AMBRE-POCASSET — Haskell took an early lead and held off a late rally from Tonkawa to win the opener 8-6. Lane Mann led the Haymakers 3-4 with a home run and four RBIs. Brady Neal took the win by pitching six innings and striking out six batters. Game two was a low-scoring contest with the Haymakers knocking out host Amber-Pocasset 2-1. Brannon Westmoreland was solid on the mound, scattering five hits and collecting six strikeouts. Fernando Gonzales picked a single in the top of the fourth to lead Daveion Lockett for the go-ahead. Haskell (25-3) will face the winner of Amber-Pocasset/Tonkawa on Saturday at 2 p.m.