Softball state tournament notebook: Praise from Piedmont

Piedmont gives Oologah high marks after Class 4A championship game.
By Cassie Gage, For The Oklahoman Published: October 15, 2012
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GROVE HOLDS OPPONENTS TO SIX RUNS

The Grove Lady Ridgerunners held opponents at the state tournament to just six runs.

SHUTOUT STREAK ENDS

The eight runs put up by Edmond North against Moore ended the Lady Lions' shutout streak at the state tournament. Before Monday night, Moore had shutout opponents 8-0 at this year's tournament.

PRODUCT PLACEMENT

Timely hitting and placement added Edmond North in the win over Moore. The Huskies dropped several bloopers and line drives into the outfield just out of the reach of Moore defenders. “They really did hit the ball well,” Edmond North assistant coach Jon Hunter said. “We had a game plan and they executed it to a T. We knew (Jenna Lynn) was going to keep us off balance, so we just kept our hands back.”

CHAMPIONSHIP CLUB

Edmond North pitcher Jordan Dixon finally accomplished winning a state softball championship, a feat previously done by older sisters Miranda and Amanda.



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