Midweek Hornets undefeated in Pitt 8

Published on NewsOK Modified: April 22, 2014 at 5:52 pm •  Published: April 22, 2014
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McALESTERLocal smaller schools will begin their district baseball and softball tournaments this week. Find out how they wrapped up their regular seasons below.

All scores reported are according to OSSAARankings.com.

Canadian:

The Cougars beat Wilson-Henryetta 13-1 on Thursday but lost 12-5 to Webbers Falls on Saturday. Canadian had been scheduled to play Stuart and Haileyville on Monday, but those games were rescheduled to Tuesday due to rain.

Canadian next plays at Allen at Districts on Thursday.

No score was reported for the Lady Cougars’ game against Eufaula on Thursday. They next play at Depew at Districts on Thursday.

Canadian’s boys’ golf team will be at Idabel for regional qualifiers Monday.

Crowder:

The Demons beat Indianola 12-2 on Thursday, but Stuart and Kiowa swept them Friday, 7-1 and 2-0 respectively. Monday’s game against Coalgate was rained out, and Crowder next plays Thursday at home against McAlester’s junior varsity.

The 14th-ranked Demonettes lost 12-0 to Hartshorne on Thursday, then Monday’s games against Wilburton and Heavener were rained out.

Crowder will host Quinton and Keota at Districts on Thursday.

Haileyville:

Monday’s baseball games against Stuart and Canadian were postponed to Tuesday due to rain. The Warriors next play Thursday at Allen at Districts.

Monday’s softball games against Pittsburg and Indianola also couldn’t be played due to rain. The Lady Warriors next play Thursday at Soper at Districts.

Haileyville’s girls’ golf team was in Atoka on Tuesday for regional qualifiers. Its boys team will do the same Monday in Idabel.

Hartshorne:

The Miners beat Pocola 4-0 on Thursday, then Monday’s game against Wister was rained out. The 11th-ranked Miners played McAlester’s JV team Tuesday and next play Henryetta on Thursday.

The Lady Miners lost 11-1 to Stigler on April 15, but they rebounded quickly and beat Crowder 12-0 on Thursday. Monday’s games against Kiowa and Silo were rained out, then Hartshorne played Stuart on Tuesday.

Hartshorne next plays Thursday at home, when the Lady Miners will host Konawa and Talihina in a district tournament.

Indianola:

The Warriors lost 12-2 to Crowder on Thursday, then Monday’s game against Calvin was rained out. Indianola played Clayton on Tuesday and next plays Thursday at home against Kinta and Butner at Districts.

No Warriorettes scores were reported last week. They played Braggs and Cave Springs on Tuesday and next play Thursday at home against Moss at Districts.

Kiowa:

The Cowboys swept an April 15 double header against Wapanucka, 13-0 and 13-1, then beat Stringtown 13-12 on Thursday. They split Friday’s three-way with Stuart and Crowder, losing 15-0 to Stuart but beating Crowder 2-0, then lost 9-6 to Varnum on Monday.

Kiowa next plays Thursday at home against Soper and Stonewall at Districts.

The Cowgirls lost 13-12 to Quinton on Thursday, then saw Monday’s three-way with Silo and Hartshorne rained out. They played Atoka on Tuesday and next play Thursday at Soper at Districts.

Addy Clift led Kiowa’s small track squad, winning two events at the Clark Bass Invitational track meet in McAlester.

McAlester:

The Buffs went 1-1 against district opponent Pryor, beating the Tigers 5-4 on Thursday but losing 12-5 on Friday. McAlester couldn’t play Shawnee at home on Monday due to rain, played Shawnee on the road Tuesday and will play four games at the McAlester Shootout this weekend.

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