Two Sandites headed to NCAA Softball Super Regionals, and other alumni updates

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The No. 13 ranked Oklahoma State University Cowgirl Softball team (42-14) won its first Regional Championship since 2011 Saturday afternoon, squeezing out a 2-1 come-from-behind Finals win over No. 25 Tulsa (37-20). The Pokes also won 3-1 against the West Coast Conference Champions from BYU (30-26) and beat Tulsa 13-10 in their first meeting of the tournament.

The Cowgirl roster includes two former Sand Springs standouts in sophomore Sydney Pennington and senior Mallory Goodman.

Pennington played third base throughout the three-game tournament, recording two put outs and eight assists. At the plate she was 2-of-10 with 2 runs and 1 RBI, hitting a solo homer in the top of the second inning in the first game against Tulsa. 

Pennington is .250 on the season with 30 runs, 42 hits, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 10 homers, 33 RBI, a .482 slugging average, .314 on-base-percentage, and a .948 fielding average. In her career she’s .277 with 57 runs, 102 hits, 18 doubles, 1 triple, 17 homers, and 76 RBI.

Goodman hasn’t seen any action this season, but she’s .241 in her career with 17 runs, 28 hits, 5 doubles, 3 homers, a .362 slugging average, and .343 on-base-percentage.

The Pokes will return to action Thursday and Friday against the defending National Champions from No. 4 Florida State (54-8) at the Tallahassee Super Regional. Game times are 6:00 p.m. CT Thursday, 2:00 p.m. CT Friday, and 11:00 a.m. CT Saturday (if necessary). Thursday and Saturday’s games will be on ESPN and Friday’s game will be on ESPN2.

Other softball news…

Central Christian College senior Breanna Bill batted .271 this season with a .388 slugging average, 23 runs, 35 hits, 4 doubles, 4 triples, 1 home run, 11 RBI, and 8 sacrifices. The Tigers went 16-38 overall and 8-28 in the SAC.

1983 grad Randall King led the Broken Arrow High School Slow Pitch Softball team to a 23-9 record, Class 6A No. 5 ranking, and State Tournament appearance.

2011 grad Joely Rogers finished her first season as Pitching Coach at Coffeyville Community College, helping the Ravens to a 7-34 record.

Sophomore Jessica Collins batted .284 with a .327 on-base percentage, .561 slugging average, 32 runs, 42 hits, 5 doubles, 12 home runs, and 33 RBI at Connors State College as the Cowgirls went 16-31 overall and 11-22 in conference. She went 1-5 on the mound, throwing 5 strikeouts in 34 innings with a 9.34 ERA and .948 fielding percentage.

Northeastern State University went 28-27 overall and 14-12 in conference. Junior Jessica Schuler batted .297 with 29 runs, 47 hits, 33 RBI, 14 doubles, 5 homers, a .481 slugging average, .386 on-base percentage, and a .991 fielding percentage.

Junior Kennedy “Goose” Salyers finished the season .234 at the plate with 5 runs, 11 hits, 1 double, 1 RBI, a .255 slugging average, and a .250 on-base percentage at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The Savage Storm went 29-28 overall and 25-19 in conference.

Baseball

Rhett Rutledge is playing NCAA Division I baseball at Florida International University in his junior year, following a two-year stent at Northern Oklahoma College. He currently owns a .250 batting average and .300 slugging average on the season with five hits, seven runs, and one RBI, with a .905 fielding percentage. The Panthers are 22-29 overall and will return to action Thursday with a three-day three-game home series against Louisiana Tech.

Sophomores Mack Thompson and Treyce Tolbert saw action on a 24-22 Rose State College baseball team, the school’s best record since 2013. Thompson ended the season with a .879 fielding percentage, .337 batting average, .413 on-base percentage, and .402 slugging average, recording 31 hits, 6 doubles, 20 runs, and 16 RBI. Tolbert finished with a .909 fielding percentage, .297 batting average, .360 on-base percentage, and .436 slugging average, with 30 hits, 12 doubles, 1 triple, 17 runs, and 19 RBI.

Berryhill grad and native Sandite Jacob Bailey is seeing reduced duty with the Seminole State baseball team. He is 1-0 on the mound in 3.2 innings pitched with a 0.0 ERA and 6 strikeouts. Last season he was 6-1 for a 4.14 ERA. Seminole went 39-14 this season.

University of Oklahoma sophomore Jake Terry has pitched two innings this season and thrown one strikeout. His career ERA stands at 7.53. The Sooners are 31-20 overall and 9-12 in Big 12 action. They will play a three-game Red River Rivalry series this week to conclude the regular season.

CPHS Class of 1981 grad Mike Moore is Head Baseball Coach at Jay High School, and recently wrapped up the season with an 18-14 record.

Basketball

University of Central Oklahoma freshman Colt Savage scored 84 points with 25 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals for the Men’s Basketball team this past season, helping the Broncos to an 11-17 record. He shot 55.6% on field goals, 50% on three-pointers, and 90% on free throws.

Football

Sophomore Jacob Taber and the Fort Hays State University football team earned their second-straight MIAA Conference Title with a 9-3 overall record and 6-0 undefeated performance on their home turf. Taber played in all twelve games, recording 4 total tackles.

Jerry Lyons didn’t see any action his freshman year at Southwestern College football, but the Moundbuilders finished the season 6-5 overall and 5-5 in conference.

Payton Scott took a redshirt his freshman year at the University of Central Oklahoma, but the football team went 8-4 overall, 7-4 in conference, and won the Heart of Texas Bowl.

Golf

University of Denver golfer Carson Griggs cracked the starting lineup this season as a true freshman and helped his team to a Summit League Conference Championship with a sixth place finish out of 44 golfers. The Pioneers concluded their season Wednesday with a 12th place finish at the NCAA Stanford Regional.

Griggs placed 54th out of 96 at the Ram Masters Invitational, helping his team to a 4th place finish. He was first on his team and 13th out of 100 at the William H. Tucker Invitational. He was second on his team and 31st of 84 at the Bayou City Collegiate Tournament. He placed 30th of 90 at the Ping Cougar Classic, 67th of 75 at Regionals, 68th of 72 at the Paintbrush Invitational, 84th of 112 at the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational, and 101st of 120 at the Wyoming Desert Intercollegiate Classic. 

Rowing

University of Oklahoma senior Hannah Hammond was named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rowing Team.

Soccer

1991 grad Roger Bush led the Oral Roberts University Women to an 8-12 record. Junior Brooklyn Eardley played eight games and recorded one assist.

1999 grad Ryan Bush led the Oral Roberts University Men to a 6-7-3 record.

2012 grad Tyler McIntosh led the Midwest City Boys to a 2-12 record.

2010 grad Aaron McIntosh led the Mingo Valley Boys to a Heartland Christian Athletic Association Conference Championship in his first year as Head Coach.

Junior Kayla Foster played seven games this past season at Missouri University of Science and Technology, scoring one goal and one assist. The Miners went 4-11-1 overall and 3-9-1 in conference.

Megan Deshazo (sophomore) and Emma Peak (freshman) helped the Northern Oklahoma College (Tonkawa) team to an 8-7-1 overall record and 7-5-1 conference performance this season. Deshazo was named Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year and made the NJCAA All-Region team, leading the team in total scoring with eight goals and three assists. Deshazo is signed to play for Southwestern Christian University next season. Peak scored one goal and two assists.

Oklahoma City University freshman Abigail Banks only got to play one game this season, due to sharing the lineup with an All-Conference goalie. The Stars went 11-3-2 overall and 6-1-1 for second in conference.

Redlands Community College and sophomore Brooklyn Turner went 9-6-2 this season. Turner saw action in twelve games.

Tennis

Assistant Coach Peter McCorkle (C/o 2005) helped the Oral Roberts men’s team to a 6-12

Track and Field

Colby Community College freshman Ian Baustert finished 27th in the 800 meter run at the NJCAA Region VI Track Championships with a time of 2:09.10 last week. Earlier this season he set 4:28.77 PR in the 1500.

Grand Canyon University sophomore Cheyenne Walden finished the season 6th in the 3K Steeplechase in 11:12.13 and 23rd in the 5K run in 18:47.24 at the Western Athletic Conference Championships. Over the course of the season she set PRs of 4:45.56 in the 1500 run, 5:22.13 in the one-mile, 10:17.49 in the 3k, 17:10.40 in the 5K, and 10:54.11 in the 3K Steeple. She also won the NAU Friday Night Duals one-mile run in the season-opener, placed second in the 3K Steeple at the Aztec Invitational, and broke the school’s 5K record.

Volleyball

Kansas State sophomore Gloria Mutiri had a remarkable season this past fall, earning a multitude of accolades. She was twice named the Big 12 Rookie of the Week, made the All-Big 12 Rookie Team, and was a second team All-Big 12 selection. The American Volleyball Coaches Association selected her for the All-Midwest Region First Team, named her Midwest Freshman of the Year, and gave her an All-American Honorable Mention.

Mutiri finished the season with 271 kills, 3 assists, 15 aces, 192 digs, and 67 blocks in 98 sets. The Wildcats went 15-12 overall and 5-11 in Big 12 action. They will be taking a nine-day trip to Brazil later this month to play a series of exhibition matches in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

Labette freshman Kylie Taylor recorded 2 assists, 2 aces, and 44 digs in 34 sets, helping the Cardinals to an 8-22 record.

Wrestling

Oklahoma State redshirt freshman Daton Fix won the first 26 matches of his career and went 35-2 overall this season, picking up titles at the Oklahoma City Open, the Reno Tournament of Champions, the Southern Scuffle, and the Big 12 Conference Tournament. His only losses came to All-Americans and he placed second at the NCAA Tournament.

UCO redshirt junior Cody Karstetter went 1-0 in his debut season with the Bronchos, winning an 8-3 decision in a dual with Fort Hays State.

Class of 2019 signs 23 college letters of intent

Nine more athletes from the Charles Page High School Class of 2019 signed collegiate letters of intent recently, bringing the school’s grand total to 23 thus far. Six baseball players, five softball players, four track and field athletes, three basketball players, two football players, one wrestler, one cheerleader, and one tennis player are headed to the next level.

Riley Weir signed to wrestle with Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami. The community college competes in the NJCAA and owns three team National Titles. They finished last season second in the National Tournament under Head Coach Joe Renfro (174-34-3).

Weir missed the post-season of his senior year due to injury, but finished his high school career as a two-time State Champion with a 108-34 record, 49 pins, 10 technical falls, and 16 major decisions. He also holds the school record for fastest technical fall at 1:48.

Aden Baughman signed with the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and will compete at the NCAA Division I level in track and field and cross country in the Mountain West Conference. The Falcons placed fourth at their recent Conference meet

Baughman holds twenty individual titles, including two 6A State Championships in the 800-meter run. He holds personal records of 49.12 in the 300 hurdles, 50.13 in the 400 dash, 1:53.16 in the 800, 4:30.42 in the 1600, and 10:48.89 in the 3200.

Mitchell Mefford signed with the Oral Roberts University Track and Field Team and will be throwing Discus and Shot Put. Mefford ended his high school career with four Discus titles, including the 6A State Championship, and a personal best mark of 159’01.00”. In Shot Put his PR is 41’10.50.”

ORU is a private university in Tulsa, competing at the NCAA Division I level in the Summit League conference. The men’s team placed fourth in this season’s Conference Meet. They are led by Joe Dial in 24th year as Head Coach.

Jacob Smith signed with Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. Smith will run track and cross country with the Bees, competing in the NAIA Sun Conference. Smith holds a 3200 meter PR of 10:22.07 and a 1600 PR of 4:39.94. He holds two individual track titles.

Sara Abbet signed with the track and cross country teams at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma. Abbet holds personal records of 3:12.32 in the 800, 6:28.9 in the 1600, 13:49.23 in the 3200, and 23:21.6 in the 5K. SNU is led by 15th-year Head Coach Billy Miller and competes at the NCAA Division 2 level in the Great American Conference.

Ben Banker signed with the Eastern Oklahoma State College baseball team, joining teammates John Miller and Tyler Ash, who signed earlier this year. Banker finished his high school pitching career with a 2.03 ERA, 1.59 WHIP, and 7-2 record in 51.2 innings.

EOSC is a public community college in Wilburton competing in the NJCAA. Matt Parker (349-133) took the reigns this year after seven winning seasons at Oklahoma Wesleyan. The Mountaineers just finished the season with a 24-22 record, falling in the first round of the Region Two playoffs.

Abbie White signed with the Northern Oklahoma College Cheer team. NOC is a public community college in Tonkawa. The Mavericks are coached by Karri Morrill in her twelfth season. In February they won the Small Two-Year College Co-Ed Title at the United Spirit Association Collegiate Championships in Anaheim, California.

JT Bristow recently signed to play football at Lyon College. Lyon is a private Presbyterian college in Batesville, Arkansas, competing in the NAIA and American Midwest Conference. The Scots went 4-7 last season under first-year head coach Casey Creehan. Primarily an offensive lineman, Bristow also recorded 22 tackles and one offensive fumble recovery last season.

Logan Bateman recently signed with the Oklahoma Baptist University tennis team. Bateman is a #1 Singles State Qualifier, with a season-best performance of second place at the Bartlesville Invitational. OBU is a private NCAA Division Two university in Shawnee, competing in the Great American Conference. The Bison went 6-13 this season in duals, led by first-year head coach Jason Proctor.

SEE RELATED:
CPHS Baseball: Kyler Copeland signs with College of the Ozarks
CPHS Baseball: Cal Watkins signs with Seminole State College
CPHS Baseball: Cale Savage signs with Northern Oklahoma College
CPHS Baseball: Tyler Ash & John Miller sign with Eastern Oklahoma State College
CPHS Softball: Madelyn Blair signs with University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
CPHS Softball: Cameron Clemons signs with Northeastern State University
CPHS Softball: Elizabeth Luttrell signs with Cowley County College
CPHS Softball: Kimi Presnell signs with Rogers State University
CPHS Softball: Jacie Taber signs with Missouri State University
CPHS Basketball: Destiny Johnson signs with University of Tulsa
CPHS Basketball: Holly Kersgieter signs with University of Kansas
CPHS Basketball: Isabella Regalado signs with Northeastern State University
CPHS Football: Caden Pennington commits to Northeastern State University

CPHS Softball: Lady Sandites finish season with first winning record since 2016

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Sand Springs has never been as competitive in slow pitch as they are in fast pitch. Seniors rarely compete in the spring, and the girls have never qualified for the State Tournament. They came close this year, however, finishing with their first winning record in three seasons.

Of the five college-bound Sandite sluggers, only one returned for the spring season, and Cowley County Community College-commit Elizabeth Luttrell led her particularly talented underclassmen to a 14-9 record.

Luttrell handled the vast majority of the pitching and went 11-9 on the mound with a 10.33 ERA, 2.99 WHIP, and 27 strikeouts. She also led the team in hits (41), RBI (47), home runs (17), and grand slams (3). She hit home runs in five-straight games to start the season.

Six players batted over .500 on the season, led by junior standout Sabrina Usher with a .638 batting average, 1.29 slugging average, and .716 on-base percentage. Usher had 33 runs, 37 hits, 14 homers, 38 RBI, and one grand slam. She also had a team-high 16 walks, mostly intentional.

Luttrell and Usher tied with a team-high three homers in a single game. Both did it in the third game of the season against Owasso. The two also had a team-best five consecutive games with an RBI.

Felicity Horn led the team with 29 singles. Makenna Skaggs led with 7 doubles. Skaggs, Horn, and Raegan Rector all had two triples apiece.

Madison Lee, Horn, Rector, Rachael Jones, Avery Tanner, Skaggs, and Mackenzie Bechtold all hit dingers this season. Skaggs, Horn, Rector, Usher, Luttrell, and Bechtold all hit 50% or higher at the plate.

Rector scored runs in a team-best thirteen consecutive games while Skaggs had a team-best nineteen-straight games with a hit. Bechtold and Tanner had seven games apiece with perfect plate performances. Tanner had five perfect games in a row with hits on ten-straight at-bats.

Sophomore Aliyah Taff was the only other pitcher for the team, earning a 3-0 record, 7.44 ERA, and 2.5 WHIP. Bechtold was in on a team-high eleven double plays.

The season came to an end with a 2-2 performance at the Regional Tournament Wednesday at Union. The girls shut out Enid 14-0 in the first game and beat Union 20-8 in game three, but fell 12-10 and 22-12 to the host Redskins in the best-of-three finals series.

Sand Springs outhit the Pacers 14 to 4 for their second shut out of the season. Rector scored on an error in the first inning, then the girls scored the remaining thirteen runs in the third for a run-rule victory. Rector, Horn, Luttrell, and Skaggs hit RBI singles. Usher had a 2RBI triple, and Tanner and Horn both batted in runs on doubles.

The Sandites never led in their first game against Union, but tied it 10-10 going into the seventh, despite being outhit 21 to 14. Usher hit two solo homers and Lee scored a three-run blast in the second. After Usher’s first two hits the Redskins intentionally walked her twice.

Union made the mistake of pitching to Usher in their rematch, and she went yard twice more. She was three-for-three at the plate with three runs and six RBI. Luttrell also had two homers: a solo shot and a grand slam.

Usher gave the Sandites a 3-0 lead with her first dinger, then Luttrell sent one over the same section of fence. Jones had a two-run homer that same inning.

The Redskins cut it to 7-6 in the top of the third, but the visitors quickly retaliated. Tanner, Rector, and Horn all batted in runs before Luttrell’s grand slam made it 14-6. Tanner walked in a free run in the fourth then Horn scored a two-run single before Usher’s three-run homer concluded the run-rule win.

Union rallied in the final game, outhitting the Sandites 27-16. Sand Springs led after the first and second innings, but went scoreless through three and fell too far behind to come back.

Rector hit a solo blast in the first, then Horn, Usher, and Skaggs scored runs for a 4-0 lead. Union tied it up briefly, Luttrell hit an RBI single in the bottom of the second, then the Redskins went on a warpath.

Both teams had their best inning in the sixth. Union scored eight for a 22-5 lead. Horn hit a 2RBI double, Usher hit an RBI single, Luttrell hit a 3RBI homer, and Jones hit an RBI double for the final run of the game.

The Lady Sandites improved from a 9-12 Slow Pitch record in 2018. The Fast Pitch team went 23-9 in the fall and won their fourth-straight Regional title. They are coached by Shelli Brown in her 22nd year. Brown holds a 550-303 fast pitch record, but slow pitch records are harder to find. The Lady Sandites are 65-51 since 2014 in the spring.

In addition to Luttrell, four other Lady Sandites have also signed collegiate letters of intent. Jacie Taber is headed to Missouri State University, Kimi Presnell will play at Rogers State University, Cameron Clemons will compete at Southern Arkansas University, and Madelyn Blair will play at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Season Slow Pitch stats

Batting Average
(Minimum 30 at-bats)
.638 Usher
.563 Horn
.562 Luttrell
.533 Rector
.524 Bechtold
.522 Skaggs
.481 Tanner
.426 Hawkins
.424 Jones
.387 Lee
.289 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

Slugging Average
1.29 Usher
1.27 Luttrell
.855 Skaggs
.853 Rector
.803 Horn
.788 Jones
.667 Bechtold
.648 Tanner
.468 Lee
.352 Hawkins
.333 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

On Base %
.716 Usher
.600 Horn
.578 Rector
.571 Luttrell
.557 Bechtold
.553 Skaggs
.548 Tanner
.530 Hawkins
.433 Lee
.423 Jones
.333 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

Runs
37 Horn
35 Rector
33 Usher
24 Luttrell
24 Skaggs
22 Tanner
22 Lee
20 Jones
18 Hawkins
17 Bechtold
11 Taff
10 Burks
2 Smith
1 Harper

RBI
47 Luttrell
38 Usher
29 Lee
26 Horn
25 Rector
24 Tanner
24 Jones
23 Skaggs
18 Bechtold
11 Taff
7 Hawkins
2 Burks
1 Smith

Hits
41 Luttrell
40 Horn
40 Rector
37 Usher
36 Skaggs
33 Bechtold
28 Jones
26 Tanner
24 Lee
23 Hawkins
13 Taff
2 Smith
2 Burks

Singles
29 Horn
28 Bechtold
26 Rector
23 Skaggs
21 Luttrell
21 Hawkins
20 Usher
18 Lee
16 Jones
16 Tanner
11 Taff
2 Smith
2 Burks

Doubles
7 Skaggs
6 Horn
6 Jones
5 Tanner
4 Rector
2 Lee
2 Luttrell
2 Taff
2 Usher
1 Bechtold

Triples
2 Horn
2 Skaggs
2 Rector
1 Tanner
1 Usher
1 Lee

Home Runs
17 Luttrell
14 Usher
6 Rector
6 Jones
4 Skaggs
3 Bechtold
3 Horn
2 Tanner
2 Lee

Grand Slams
3 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
7.44 Taff
10.33 Luttrell

W-L Record
3-0 Taff
11-9 Luttrell

WHIP
2.50 Taff
2.99 Luttrell

K%
58.5% Luttrell
50.8% Taff

K
27 Luttrell
3 Taff

Average Box Score

CPHS
Runs: 12
Hits: 15
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 0
Batting: .481
Slugging: .763
ERA: 10.24
WHIP: 2.95
K: 58%

Opponent
Runs: 9
Hits: 12
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 2
Batting: .440
Slugging: .723
ERA: 14.26
WHIP: 3.57
K: 58%

CPHS Softball: Sandites shut out Sapulpa 19-0 in three innings

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Fifteen runs in a single inning were all the Sandites needed to completely shut down their Highway 97 rivals. The Class 6A No. 10 ranked Charles Page High School girls softball team (12-7) rolled to a lopsided 19-0 run-rule victory against Sapulpa (1-13) Monday afternoon, but the game was book-ended by a pair of losses.

On Thursday the Sandites fell 16-10 to No. 15 Owasso (10-10). The Rams took a 2-0 lead right out of the gate. Mackenzie Bechtold and Rachael Jones scored runs in the second inning to tie it, but Owasso scored four more in the third and seven in the fourth for a 13-4 advantage and never looked back.

The Rams hit six home runs to the Sandites’ two. Elizabeth Luttrell hit a two-run dinger in the fifth and Madison Lee had a lead-off solo shot in the bottom of the seventh for the final run of the game. Owasso only outhit Sand Springs 19 to 17 but the Sandites stranded thirteen runners in the game.

Sand Springs didn’t need a single homer in their 19-0 win against Sapulpa. They outhit the Chieftains 16 to 1 and received five walks in the outing. Makenna Skaggs led the Sandites offensively with three hits, three runs, and four RBI, with two doubles. Six players were perfect at the plate, including Lee, who scored four RBI and hit a triple.

Monday didn’t end on a high note, however. After thumping Sapulpa the girls were bested 19-7 by 5A No. 2 Kellyville (25-4). Luttrell scored a team-best three RBI on a homer and Avery Tanner went two-for-two at the plate with one homer. Sabrina Usher also had a perfect hitting performance with three singles. Seven Ponies hit homers, including a grand slam from Madison Neighbors.

Batting Average
(Minimum 30 at-bats)
.638 Usher
.563 Horn
.562 Luttrell
.533 Rector
.524 Bechtold
.522 Skaggs
.481 Tanner
.426 Hawkins
.424 Jones
.387 Lee
.289 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

Slugging Average
1.29 Usher
1.27 Luttrell
.855 Skaggs
.853 Rector
.803 Horn
.788 Jones
.667 Bechtold
.648 Tanner
.468 Lee
.352 Hawkins
.333 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

On Base %
.
716 Usher
.600 Horn
.578 Rector
.571 Luttrell
.557 Bechtold
.553 Skaggs
.548 Tanner
.530 Hawkins
.433 Lee
.423 Jones
.333 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

Runs
37 Horn
35 Rector
33 Usher
24 Luttrell
24 Skaggs
22 Tanner
22 Lee
20 Jones
18 Hawkins
17 Bechtold
11 Taff
10 Burks
2 Smith
1 Harper

RBI
47 Luttrell
38 Usher
29 Lee
26 Horn
25 Rector
24 Tanner
24 Jones
23 Skaggs
18 Bechtold
11 Taff
7 Hawkins
2 Burks
1 Smith

Hits
41 Luttrell
40 Horn
40 Rector
37 Usher
36 Skaggs
33 Bechtold
28 Jones
26 Tanner
24 Lee
23 Hawkins
13 Taff
2 Smith
2 Burks

Singles
29 Horn
28 Bechtold
26 Rector
23 Skaggs
21 Luttrell
21 Hawkins
20 Usher
18 Lee
16 Jones
16 Tanner
11 Taff
2 Smith
2 Burks

Doubles
7 Skaggs
6 Horn
6 Jones
5 Tanner
4 Rector
2 Lee
2 Luttrell
2 Taff
2 Usher
1 Bechtold

Triples
2 Horn
2 Skaggs
2 Rector
1 Tanner
1 Usher
1 Lee

Home Runs
17 Luttrell
14 Usher
6 Rector
6 Jones
4 Skaggs
3 Bechtold
3 Horn
2 Tanner
2 Lee

Grand Slams
3 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
7.44 Taff
10.33 Luttrell

W-L Record
3-0 Taff
11-9 Luttrell

WHIP
2.50 Taff
2.99 Luttrell

K%
58.5% Luttrell
50.8% Taff

K
27 Luttrell
3 Taff

Average Box Score

CPHS
Runs: 12
Hits: 15
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 0
Batting: .481
Slugging: .763
ERA: 10.24
WHIP: 2.95
K: 58%

Opponent
Runs: 9
Hits: 12
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 2
Batting: .440
Slugging: .723
ERA: 14.26
WHIP: 3.57
K: 58%

CPHS Softball: Luttrell hits walk-off grand slam in 18-17 win over Jenks

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The Class 6A No. 10 ranked Charles Page High School softball team (11-5) got into a home run derby with No. 12 Jenks (18-16) Tuesday afternoon as the two teams combined for 35 runs on 35 hits in the eight-inning affair.

The Trojans led for the entire game till Rachael Jones tied it at 13-13 with a solo homer in the bottom of the seventh inning. Jenks responded by scoring four runs on two homers in the top of the eighth, but the Sandites loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning, scored one on an intentional walk, and secured the victory with a grand slam from Cowley County Community College-signed senior Elizabeth Luttrell.

Jenks scored six runs right out of the gate with a four-hit, two-walk, two-error first inning. Sand Springs loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning, but stranded three and scored only one run on a single from Makenna Skaggs.

Freshman Natalie Rodman hit a solo homer for Jenks in the second inning, then Raegan Rector went yard for the Sandites to make it 9-6 in the fourth. Chaney Hupp and Luttrell both smashed three-run dingers in the sixth, and Skaggs had a solo shot to make it 13-12. Golliday kicked off the extra inning with a solo blast, then Rodman scored three more.

Leading Sandite slugger Sabrina Usher never got to swing, receiving five intentional walks, but recorded three runs and the eighth-inning walk-in RBI. Luttrell led the Sandites in scoring with two runs and eight RBI. Rector went a perfect five-for-five at the plate, scoring five runs and two RBI.

Batting Average
(Minimum 30 at-bats)
.638 Usher
.563 Horn
.562 Luttrell
.533 Rector
.524 Bechtold
.522 Skaggs
.481 Tanner
.426 Hawkins
.424 Jones
.387 Lee
.289 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

Slugging Average
1.29 Usher
1.27 Luttrell
.855 Skaggs
.853 Rector
.803 Horn
.788 Jones
.667 Bechtold
.648 Tanner
.468 Lee
.352 Hawkins
.333 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

On Base %
.
716 Usher
.600 Horn
.578 Rector
.571 Luttrell
.557 Bechtold
.553 Skaggs
.548 Tanner
.530 Hawkins
.433 Lee
.423 Jones
.333 Taff

.400 Smith
.333 Burks

Runs
37 Horn
35 Rector
33 Usher
24 Luttrell
24 Skaggs
22 Tanner
22 Lee
20 Jones
18 Hawkins
17 Bechtold
11 Taff
10 Burks
2 Smith
1 Harper

RBI
47 Luttrell
38 Usher
29 Lee
26 Horn
25 Rector
24 Tanner
24 Jones
23 Skaggs
18 Bechtold
11 Taff
7 Hawkins
2 Burks
1 Smith

Hits
41 Luttrell
40 Horn
40 Rector
37 Usher
36 Skaggs
33 Bechtold
28 Jones
26 Tanner
24 Lee
23 Hawkins
13 Taff
2 Smith
2 Burks

Singles
29 Horn
28 Bechtold
26 Rector
23 Skaggs
21 Luttrell
21 Hawkins
20 Usher
18 Lee
16 Jones
16 Tanner
11 Taff
2 Smith
2 Burks

Doubles
7 Skaggs
6 Horn
6 Jones
5 Tanner
4 Rector
2 Lee
2 Luttrell
2 Taff
2 Usher
1 Bechtold

Triples
2 Horn
2 Skaggs
2 Rector
1 Tanner
1 Usher
1 Lee

Home Runs
17 Luttrell
14 Usher
6 Rector
6 Jones
4 Skaggs
3 Bechtold
3 Horn
2 Tanner
2 Lee

Grand Slams
3 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
7.44 Taff
10.33 Luttrell

W-L Record
3-0 Taff
11-9 Luttrell

WHIP
2.50 Taff
2.99 Luttrell

K%
58.5% Luttrell
50.8% Taff

K
27 Luttrell
3 Taff

Average Box Score

CPHS
Runs: 12
Hits: 15
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 0
Batting: .481
Slugging: .763
ERA: 10.24
WHIP: 2.95
K: 58%

Opponent
Runs: 9
Hits: 12
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 2
Batting: .440
Slugging: .723
ERA: 14.26
WHIP: 3.57
K: 58%

CPHS Softball: Sandites in a slump, lose five on the road

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After starting the season on a ten game win streak, the Class 6A No. 10 ranked Charles Page High School slow pitch softball team (10-5) has fallen into a bit of a slump and lost their last five games.

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The Lady Sandites edged out the fall fast-pitch State Champions from 5A No. 9 Tahlequah Sequoyah (13-10) by a single run Monday morning at the Jenks Festival. They took a 6-2 lead in the bottom of the first, but the Lady Indians scored four runs in the top of the sixth for the one-run lead.

Sand Springs outhit Sequoyah 19 to 16 with five extra-base hits. Sabrina Usher hit two home runs and a double and Raegan Rector tripled. Usher scored two runs and four RBI in the close win. Her first homer tied it at 2-2 in the bottom of the first and her second secured the walkoff victory.

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Sand Springs suffered their first loss Monday afternoon against No. 16 Jenks (14-15), who they previously run-ruled 11-1 in the Haskell Tournament finals just three days prior.

Makenna Skaggs brought in Rector on a single in the top of the first, but the Trojans tallied six in the second inning to take the lead once and for all. The Sandites managed a season-low six hits, stranded six runners, and lost by run-rule after the top of the fifth. The Trojans intentionally walked leading-slugger Usher twice.

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Next to avenge their prior loss was the Lady Indians from Sequoyah High School. Just like their prior day’s meeting, the game was decided by a single run Tuesday morning at the Broken Arrow festival.

Sand Springs scattered four singles for three runs in the top of the first, but stranded loaded bases in the second and the Trojans took the 5-3 lead with six hits in the bottom of the inning.

Skaggs reclaimed the advantage with a two-run triple in the fifth, then Sequoyah took it right back with an RBI single and an error for the final run of the game.

Madison Lee was a perfect three-for-three at the plate. Felicity Horn scored a team-high three runs, while Skaggs scored a team-high three RBI.

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Perennial powerhouse No. 4 Broken Arrow (17-7) stumped the Sandites in three games over three days. On Tuesday morning they rallied from a 3-1 deficit with a four-run fourth inning. The Sandites actually outhit the Tigers eleven to ten but stranded eight.

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The Tigers tallied four runs in the first inning, five in the second, and five in the third, dominating the game from the very beginning for a five-inning run-rule victory. They totaled fifteen hits to the Sandites’ eight, including seven home runs. Freshman standout Kyleigh Lamont went yard three times for the Tigers, including a grand slam.

Skaggs had a career day, going three-for-three at the plate with two doubles and a triple, scoring two runs and an RBI. She wasn’t done yet.

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Skaggs’s hot streak continued into game two of the double-header, scoring a run and three RBI with a homer. It wasn’t enough, however. The Broken Arrow bats blasted five more out of the park and totaled sixteen hits, while Sand Springs only managed seven in the four-inning game. Rachael Jones also went yard for Sand Springs.

Elizabeth Luttrell pitched all six games this week and is 7-5 on the season.

CPHS Season Stats

Batting Average
(Minimum 30 at-bats)
.641 Bechtold
.591 Horn
.574 Luttrell
.568 Usher
.523 Skaggs
.500 Rector
.429 Tanner
.387 Hawkins
.375 Jones
.375 Lee
.286 Taff

Slugging Average
1.27 Usher
1.26 Luttrell
.955 Horn
.932 Skaggs
.897 Bechtold
.896 Rector
.750 Jones
.629 Tanner
.425 Lee
.387 Hawkins
.343 Taff

On Base %
.682 Bechtold
.627 Usher
.620 Horn
.592 Luttrell
.571 Skaggs
.538 Rector
.525 Hawkins
.487 Tanner
.419 Lee
.386 Jones
.342 Taff

Runs
24 Horn
19 Usher
17 Luttrell
17 Rector
14 Skaggs
13 Lee
12 Bechtold
12 Jones
11 Hawkins
11 Tanner
8 Taff
7 Burks
1 Smith

RBI
26 Usher
20 Luttrell
17 Rector
17 Lee
16 Horn
16 Jones
15 Skaggs
15 Bechtold
14 Tanner
9 Taff
5 Hawkins
1 Smith

Hits
27 Luttrell
26 Horn
25 Usher
25 Bechtold
24 Rector
23 Skaggs
15 Lee
15 Jones
15 Tanner
12 Hawkins
10 Taff
2 Smith

Singles
21 Bechtold
18 Horn
15 Luttrell
15 Rector
14 Usher
13 Skaggs
13 Lee
12 Hawkins
11 Tanner
8 Jones
8 Taff
2 Smith

Doubles
5 Skaggs
3 Horn
3 Rector
3 Jones
2 Tanner
2 Lee
2 Luttrell
2 Taff
1 Bechtold
1 Usher

Triples
2 Horn
2 Skaggs
2 Rector
1 Tanner

Home Runs
10 Luttrell
10 Usher
4 Rector
4 Jones
3 Bechtold
3 Horn
3 Skaggs
1 Tanner

Grand Slams
1 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
7.44 Taff
8.47 Luttrell

W-L Record
3-0 Taff
7-5 Luttrell

WHIP
2.50 Taff
2.85 Luttrell

K%
55.8% Luttrell
50.8% Taff

K
13 Luttrell
3 Taff

Average Box Score

CPHS
Runs: 10
Hits: 14
Walks: 3
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 0
Batting: .468
Slugging: .801
ERA: 8.76
WHIP: 2.82
K: 56%

Opponent
Runs: 8
Hits: 11
Walks: 4
Strikeouts: 1
Errors: 1
Batting: .413
Slugging: .666
ERA: 13.16
WHIP: 3.45
K: 56%

NCAA Softball: Sydney Pennington hits home run, father catches it over the fence

Pennington scores in the Regional Championship game her senior season.

Pennington scores in the Regional Championship game her senior season.

You could practice it a thousand times and it would never happen on purpose. But in game one of Oklahoma State softball’s series against the University of Kansas, sophomore standout Sydney Pennington hit a three-run homer over the left field fence, directly into the ungloved hand of her father.

Pennington is a 2017 graduate of Charles Page High School in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. She is seventh on her team in batting average at .292 and second in home runs. She has cleared the stadium nine times this season and sixteen times in her career.

Cowgirl softball fans often park their trucks in the grass just outside the left field fence to watch from their tailgates. In an 8-1 Friday victory, Pennington went yard and the ball found Brett Pennington ready and waiting.

The entire play was caught on camera and can be viewed below.

Brett is no stranger to division one athletics. A two-time undefeated high school wrestling State Champion, he was offered a full ride to wrestle for the Oklahoma Sooners before retiring from the mat due to asthma. He then went to Connor’s State for baseball before finally ending up in the Crimson and Cream from 1995-1996. Now he has added softball outfield experience to his collegiate resume.

The Pokes are 29-11 this season with a 7-2 conference record. They are ranked 16th in the nation and are second in the Big 12. Their only league losses are to No. 10 Texas and Baylor. They will return to action with a three-game series against Iowa State (22-15, 1-5) Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in Ames.

Sydney Pennington is one of only five Cowgirls to play all forty games this season. She has 35 hits, 24 runs, 29 RBI, and a .938 fielding average. She was a Big 12 All-Freshman last season, playing left field and shortstop. She has been playing third base this season.

Pennington season highlights…

Hit a solo homer in a 3-0 win against Sam Houston State.
Hit an RBI single to take the lead in a 13-2 victory over Hofstra.
Hit an RBI double in an 8-0 shutout of Syracuse.
Homered in a 12-2 run-rule win over McNeese State.
Went yard in both games of a double-header sweep of No.24 Oregon.
Batted 3-of-4 with two homers in a 16-1 run-rule of Central Arkansas.
Had her fourth-straight multi-hit game in an 8-0 shutout of Samford.
Scored the lone run in a 10-1 loss to No. 22 Ole Miss.
Hit a three-run homer, a double, and 5 RBIs in a 21-2 run-rule of Baylor.
Went 3-of-4 with two doubles in a 7-3 win over Kansas.

CPHS Softball: Sandites win Haskell Tournament, run-rule Jenks 11-1

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The Class 6A No. 14 ranked Charles Page High School slow pitch softball team (9-0) continued their undefeated start to the season Friday night, dominating No. 15 Jenks (8-11) in the Haskell Tournament finals. The Lady Sandites outhit their foes 14 to 5 in an 11-1 four-inning run-rule victory.

Sabrina Usher kicked off the night with a solo home run in the bottom of the first, but the Sandites really put it away in the second inning.

Three singles loaded the bases and the Trojans gave up runs on a walk and a single from Aliyah Taff. Raegan Rector hit a three-run triple to clear the bases, then came in on a triple from Felicity Horn. Horn scored on a line out by Usher and Mackenzie Bechtold hit a RBI single for a 9-0 advantage.

The Trojans finally got on the board in the top of the fourth thanks to a triple from Jaycee Watson, who tagged up on a line out.

Usher singled in Rector in the bottom of the fourth, Luttrell singled to load the bases, and Horn walked in to secure the ten-run margin and the win.

Luttrell got her sixth win on the mound this season, throwing five hits and no walks.

Sand Springs softball will return to action Monday at 1:30 p.m. when they rematch the Trojans in the first round of the Jenks Festival.

Batting Average
.692 Bechtold
.633 Horn
.613 Usher
.613 Luttrell
.500 Hawkins
.500 Tanner
.500 Rector
.483 Skaggs
.444 Jones
.423 Lee
.304 Taff

Slugging Average
1.61 Luttrell
1.39 Usher
1.13 Horn
1.08 Bechtold
.969 Rector
.852 Jones
.793 Skaggs
.792 Tanner
.500 Hawkins
.500 Lee
.348 Taff

On Base %
.724 Bechtold
.667 Horn
.654 Hawkins
.647 Usher
.636 Luttrell
.545 Skaggs
.543 Rector
.538 Tanner
.464 Jones
.444 Lee
.385 Taff

Runs
19 Horn
16 Luttrell
14 Usher
12 Rector
10 Bechtold
10 Skaggs
10 Jones
10 Lee
10 Tanner
9 Hawkins
7 Taff
4 Burks

RBI
21 Usher
18 Luttrell
15 Rector
15 Bechtold
13 Tanner
13 Lee
12 Horn
11 Jones
7 Taff
7 Skaggs
3 Hawkins

Hits
19 Horn
19 Usher
19 Luttrell
18 Bechtold
16 Rector
14 Skaggs
12 Jones
12 Tanner
11 Lee
9 Hawkins
7 Taff

Singles
14 Bechtold
12 Horn
11 Usher
10 Rector
9 Hawkins
9 Skaggs
9 Lee
8 Luttrell
8 Tanner
7 Jones
6 Taff

Doubles
3 Skaggs
2 Horn
2 Tanner
2 Jones
2 Lee
1 Bechtold
1 Luttrell
1 Rector
1 Taff

Triples
2 Horn
1 Tanner
1 Rector

Home Runs
10 Luttrell
8 Usher
4 Rector
3 Bechtold
3 Horn
3 Jones
2 Skaggs
1 Tanner

Grand Slams
1 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
5.69 Luttrell
7.44 Taff

W-L Record
6-0 Luttrell
3-0 Taff

WHIP
2.28 Luttrell
2.50 Taff

K%
55.3% Luttrell
50.8% Taff

K
10 Luttrell
3 Taff

CPHS Softball: Sandites sweep Haskell Tournament pool, headed to Championship

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The undefeated Class 6A No. 14 ranked Charles Page High School slow pitch softball team improved to 8-0 Friday afternoon, winning their pool at the Haskell tournament. They prevailed 10-5 against 5A No. 18 Berryhill (7-5), 14-2 against 4A No. 17 Haskell (11-13), and 6-2 against No. 19 Bixby (4-13).

The Lady Sandites scored in four out of five innings against Berryhill, outhitting their foes 15-7 with three home runs.

The Maidens loaded the bases with singles in the top of the first and scored one on an error but stranded three. Felicity Horn went yard in the bottom of the inning to take the lead once and for all. Sabrina Usher hit a single and Makenna Skaggs hit a second homer for a 4-1 advantage.

Avery Tanner scored on an RBI single from Raegan Rector in the second inning, Usher hit a homer in the third, and the Sandites loaded the bases in the fourth. Aliyah Taff doubled in two, Rector hit a sacrifice fly, and Taff scored on an error to make it 10-1. Berryhill tried to stage a comeback in the fifth, scoring four runs on three hits and two walks.

The victory over the tournament hosts was even more dominant as the Sandites outhit the Haymakers 17-5 for the run-rule victory in only three innings.

Haskell scored two runs in the first inning on RBI doubles from Elise Bowman and Chassi Dowdy, but those would be their only points of the game. Luttrell hit a three-run homer to score Horn and Usher, then Rachael Jones hit a three-run homer to score Skaggs and Bechtold for a 6-2 lead.

Hawkins scored on a sacrifice hit from Horn in the second inning and Usher hit a two-run homer on the next pitch. Bechtold scored two on a single to make it 11-2. With two outs and loaded bases in the bottom of the third, Horn hit a two-run single and Usher brought in Rector to secure the victory.

The game against Bixby was the lowest-scoring performance of the season for the Sandites and their first game without a home run, but it was enough. Taff (3-0) pitched five hits and four walks in the win.

Neither team scored in the first inning but Madison Lee scored Skaggs on a single in the bottom of the second, Bechtold scored on a fielder’s choice, and Hawkins hit an RBI single to score Tanner for the 3-0 lead.

Alyssa Galliart got the Spartans on the board, scoring on a single from Ashlyn Seager in the top of the third. The Sandites responded with two more runs in the bottom of the inning. Horn scored on a fielder’s choice and Bechtold batted in Usher on a single.

Bixby scored their final run in the top of the fifth when Betsy Bales scored on a fielder’s choice, and Rector scored the Sandites’ final run on a fielder’s choice in the bottom of the fifth.

Luttrell (5-0) got the wins against Haskell and Berryhill. She threw seven hits and three walks against Berryhill and five hits and no walks against Haskell. She also pitched one inning of relief against Bixby, walking two with one strikeout.

Sandite softball will return to action Friday night at 6:45 p.m. when they play No. 15 Jenks (5-10) for the tournament title.

Batting Average
.667 Bechtold
.607 Horn
.607 Usher
.571 Luttrell
.529 Hawkins
.500 Tanner
.500 Rector
.481 Skaggs
.480 Jones
.417 Lee
.286 Taff

Slugging Average
1.68 Luttrell
1.36 Usher
1.08 Bechtold
1.07 Horn
.933 Rector
.920 Jones
.818 Tanner
.815 Skaggs
.529 Hawkins
.500
.333 Taff

On Base %
.704 Bechtold
.667 Hawkins
.645 Usher
.633 Horn
.600 Luttrell
.542 Tanner
.533 Skaggs
.531 Rector
.500 Jones
.440 Lee
.375 Taff

Runs
17 Horn
16 Luttrell
13 Usher
10 Bechtold
10 Rector
10 Skaggs
9 Jones
9 Lee
9 Tanner
8 Hawkins
6 Taff
3 Burks

RBI
14 Luttrell
14 Usher
12 Tanner
11 Bechtold
10 Rector
9 Lee
8 Jones
6 Horn
4 Taff
3 Skaggs
1 Hawkins

Hits
17 Horn
17 Usher
16 Luttrell
16 Bechtold
15 Rector
13 Skaggs
12 Jones
11 Tanner
10 Lee
9 Hawkins
6 Taff

Singles
12 Bechtold
11 Horn
10 Usher
10 Rector
9 Hawkins
8 Skaggs
8 Lee
7 Jones
7 Tanner
5 Taff
5 Luttrell

Doubles
3 Skaggs
2 Horn
2 Tanner
2 Jones
2 Lee
1 Bechtold
1 Luttrell
1 Rector
1 Taff

Triples
1 Horn
1 Tanner

Home Runs
10 Luttrell
7 Usher
4 Rector
3 Bechtold
3 Horn
3 Jones
2 Skaggs
1 Tanner

Grand Slams
1 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
6.25 Luttrell
7.44 Taff

W-L Record
5-0 Luttrell
3-0 Taff

WHIP
2.43 Luttrell
2.50 Taff

K%
54.0% Luttrell
50.8% Taff

K
10 Luttrell
3 Taff

CPHS Softball: Sandites bury Barnsdall 16-3, Luttrell hits grand slam

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The Class 6A No. 14 ranked Charles Page High School slow pitch softball team improved to 5-0 on the season with a 16-3 run-rule victory Tuesday afternoon in Barnsdall (7-7).

Cowley County College-signed senior Elizabeth Luttrell (3-0) got the win on the mound, throwing seven hits, two strikeouts, and four walks. She went 3-of-4 at the plate with a double and two home runs, including a grand slam.

The visiting Sandite Softball team hammered their hosts right out of the gate with eight runs in the top of the first inning. Luttrell and Mackenzie Bechtold both hit two-run homers. Avery Tanner had a two-run double, then scored on an error alongside Drew Hawkins.

The Sandites scored a few runs in the second and fifth innings before exploding for five in the sixth to bookend the night. A walk and two singles loaded the bases. Sabrina Usher scored an RBI single, then Luttrell cleared the stadium.

Sand Springs softball will look to continue their undefeated start to the season when they travel to 5A No. 2 Kellyville (14-2) Thursday at 4:30 p.m. The Ponies are riding a seven-game streak, winning by an average score of 18-7.

CPHS 2019 Slow Pitch Season Stats

Batting Average
.700 Horn
.688 Bechtold
.600 Luttrell
.588 Tanner
.545 Rector
.524 Usher
.500 Jones
.421 Skaggs
.389 Lee
.364 Hawkins
.333 Taff

Slugging Average
2.00 Luttrell
1.31 Bechtold
1.24 Usher
1.20 Horn
1.09 Rector
1.00 Tanner
.944 Jones
.579 Skaggs
.500 Lee
.364 Hawkins
.333 Taff

On Base %
.737 Bechtold
.714 Horn
.636 Luttrell
.611 Tanner
.611 Hawkins
.565 Rector
.545 Usher
.526 Jones
.500 Skaggs
.444 Taff
.389 Lee

Runs
15 Luttrell
14 Horn
9 Usher
8 Bechtold
8 Jones
7 Lee
6 Tanner
6 Rector
6 Skaggs
5 Hawkins
5 Taff
1 Burks

RBI
14 Luttrell
14 Usher
12 Tanner
11 Bechtold
10 Rector
9 Lee
8 Jones
6 Horn
4 Taff
3 Skaggs
1 Hawkins

Hits
14 Horn
12 Luttrell
12 Rector
11 Usher
11 Bechtold
10 Tanner
9 Jones
8 Skaggs
7 Lee
5 Taff
4 Hawkins

Singles
9 Horn
8 Rector
7 Bechtold
7 Skaggs
6 Usher
6 Tanner
5 Jones
5 Lee
5 Taff
4 Hawkins
2 Luttrell

Doubles
2 Horn
2 Tanner
2 Jones
2 Lee
1 Bechtold
1 Luttrell

Triples
1 Horn
1 Tanner

Home Runs
9 Luttrell
5 Usher
4 Rector
3 Bechtold
2 Horn
2 Jones
1 Tanner
1 Skaggs

Grand Slams
1 Luttrell
1 Usher

ERA
7.00 Luttrell
9.55 Taff

W-L Record
3-0 Luttrell
2-0 Taff

WHIP
2.68 Luttrell
2.82 Taff

K%
52.2% Luttrell
47.8% Taff

K
9 Luttrell
3 Taff

Average Season Box Score

CPHS
Runs: 16
Hits: 19
BB: 4
K: 2
Batting: .484
Slugging: .964
OBP: .599
Errors: 2
ERA: 9.19
WHIP: 2.84
K%: 53%.

Opponents
Runs: 8
Hits: 11
BB: 6
K: 2
Batting: .373
Slugging: .627
OBP: .577
Errors: 2
ERA: 18.67
WHIP: 4.20
K%: 58%

CPHS Softball: Luttrell and Usher hit 4 homers apiece in double-header upsets of Owasso

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The unranked Charles Page High School slow pitch softball team knocked off Class 6A No. 7 Owasso (4-6) in back-to-back games of a double-header on the Rams’ home turf Thursday evening to improve to 4-0 on the season.

Elizabeth Luttrell (2-0) got the win in game one, giving up thirteen hits and six walks in the 19-10 victory.

Sand Springs recorded twenty hits in the game, half of which were home runs. Luttrell and Sabrina Usher scored three home runs apiece, Reagan Rector hit two, and Mackenzie Bechtold and Rachael Jones hit one apiece.

Luttrell’s first homer gave the team a 2-0 lead in the top of the first but the Rams surged back for a 9-2 advantage with six hits, four walks, and two homers in the bottom of the inning. Bechtold and Jones hit back-to-back solo dingers to kick off the resurgent second inning. Rector scored three, Usher scored two to tie it, and Luttrell scored the final go-ahead run.

Game two was another come-from-behind victory, this time 17-10 with Aliyah Taff (2-0) on the mound. Taff threw twelve hits and five walks with one strikeout.

Sand Springs recorded twenty runs in the second game as well, this time with seven homers.

Bechtold took the first lead with a two-run single in the top of the first to score Felicity Horn and Luttrell. Owasso hit two homers for a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the inning, then added a grand slam in the third.

Avery Tanner hit an RBI single in the fourth, Usher and Skaggs hit two-run homers in the fifth to tie it, and Tanner hit a two run homer for the lead. Horn, Luttrell, and Bechtold went yard in the sixth and Rector scored three in the seventh.

The Sandites will return to action Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. when they travel to Barnsdall (7-6).

CPHS Softball: Sandites sweep Sapulpa, Sabrina Usher hits grand slam

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The Class 6A No. 18 ranked Charles Page High School slow pitch softball team (2-0) kicked off the season with a pair of wins Tuesday afternoon at No. 19 Sapulpa (0-4). The Lady Sandites won 19-10 in game one and 20-5 in the second half of the Highway 97 Rivalry double-header.

Sand Springs outhit their foes 28 to 13 in the first game. Elizabeth Luttrell hit two home runs and got the win on the mound, while Sabrina Usher hit a grand slam. The second game was even more dominant as the Sandites outhit the home team 24 to 9 with home runs from Reagan Rector, Luttrell, Felicity Horn, and Rachel Jones. Aliyah Taff got the win on the mound in the second battle.

Horn was a perfect seven-for-seven at the plate over the two games with four singles, a double, a triple, a homer, seven runs, and six RBI. Rector was five-for-five in game one and Avery Tanner was three-for-three in game two.

Luttrell threw an impressive seven strikeouts, giving up thirteen hits and seven walks in game one. Game two only went five innings due to the ten-run mercy rule. Taff pitched four innings and threw eight hits, two strikeouts, and seven walks.

Sapulpa was first on the board with a solo home run from Jessica Hobbs in the bottom of the first, but the visitors piled on thirteen runs in the top of the second. The Sandites recorded thirteen hits in the inning, including back-to-back homers. Usher cleared the bases for a 9-1 lead, then Luttrell followed it up with a solo shot two pitches later. Tanner capped the onslaught with a two-run triple before the melee came to a close.

Hobbs hit a second homer in the bottom of the fourth and Sierra Hughes had a two-run triple. In the fifth Hobbs and Kalyn Hearon hit back-to-back homers to cut it to 15-9. Luttrell hit another dinger in the sixth.

The Sandites took a 5-0 lead in game two and never looked back, scoring runs in all five innings. They led 20-1 before the Chieftains tried to make a comeback in the bottom of the fifth.

Rector homered on the first at-bat of the game, then Jones cleared the fence in the second inning to make it 3-0. Luttrell went yard in the top of the third, followed by a double from Mackenzie Bechtold and a triple from Horn. Horn hit a homer in the fourth, and Sapulpa’s Takyah Jamerson hit one in the fifth.

Sandite Softball will return to action Thursday at 5:00 p.m. when they play a double header at No. 7 Owasso (4-4). Sapulpa will host 5A No. 18 Berryhill Thursday at 4:00 p.m.

CPHS Softball Season Stats

Batting
1.00 Horn
.857 Tanner
.667 Rector
.625 Skaggs
.625 Luttrell
.625 Jones
.571 Taff
.556 Usher
.500 Bechtold
.500 Lee
.400 Hawkins

Slugging
1.86 Horn
1.75 Luttrell
1.43 Tanner
1.13 Jones
.889 Usher
.857 Taff
.833 Bechtold
.667 Rector
.625 Skaggs
.625 Lee
.600 Hawkins

On Base %
1.00 Horn
.875 Tanner
.700 Rector
.667 Luttrell
.667 Skaggs
.625 Bechtold
.625 Hawkins
.625 Taff
.625 Jones
.556 Usher
.500 Lee

Runs
7 Horn
6 Luttrell
5 Jones
4 Tanner
4 Bechtold
3 Lee
2 Rector
2 Hawkins
2 Taff
2 Usher
1 Skaggs
1 Smith

RBI
7 Tanner
6 Horn
5 Lee
5 Usher
4 Taff
3 Luttrell
3 Jones
3 Rector
1 Bechtold
1 Hawkins
1 Skaggs

Hits
7 Horn
6 Tanner
6 Rector
5 Usher
5 Luttrell
5 Jones
5 Skaggs
4 Lee
4 Taff
3 Bechtold
2 Hawkins

Singles
5 Skaggs
4 Horn
4 Usher
3 Tanner
3 Lee
2 Rector
2 Luttrell
2 Taff
1 Bechtold
1 Hawkins

Doubles
2 Tanner
2 Taff
2 Bechtold
1 Horn
1 Jones
1 Lee
1 Hawkins

Triples
1 Tanner
1 Horn

Home Runs
3 Luttrell
1 Horn
1 Jones
1 Usher
1 Rector

Grand Slams
1 Usher

ERA
8.75 Luttrell
8.75 Taff

Strikeouts
7 Luttrell
2 Taff

WHIP
2.63 Luttrell
3.75 Taff

K%
55.6 Luttrell
47.8 Taff

Record
1-0 Luttrell
1-0 Taff

CPHS Softball: Elizabeth Luttrell signs with Cowley County College

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Charles Page High School senior Elizabeth Luttrell signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Cowley County Community College.

Luttrell was a three-year starting first baseman for the Lady Sandites and finished her career with a .356 batting average, .548 slugging average, .426 on-base percentage, 78 hits, 62 runs, 72 RBI, and nine home runs. She was given an All-District Honorable Mention for the 2018 season.

Cowley College is located in Arkansas City, Kansas and competes in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II. The Tigers went 42-16 last season under third-year Head Coach Jenny Hoyt.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Luttrell’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

CPHS Softball: Madelyn Blair signs with University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma

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Charles Page High School senior pitcher Madelyn Blair signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for the defending NAIA National Champions, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.

Blair was a four-year starter for the Lady Sandites, pitching and playing infield. She finished her senior season with a .353 batting average, .576 slugging average, .372 on-base percentage, 30 hits, 16 runs, 20 RBI, and 4 home runs. On the mound she went 8-3 with a 1.6 ERA, 1.3 WHIP, and 41 strikeouts in 75 innings. In her career she amassed a 27-8 record.

USAO is located in Chickasha and competes in the Sooner Athletic Conference and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. They are coming off a 57-5 record, SAC Conference Runner-Up finish, and NAIA National Title under fifth-year Head Coach Jadyn Wallis.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Blair’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

Blair was named to the Academic All-Conference team all four years of her career, made the All-District team in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and the All-Region and All-State teams for the 2018 season.

CPHS Softball: Cameron Clemons signs with Northeastern State University

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Charles Page High School senior Cameron Clemons signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Northeastern State University.

Clemons played third base for the Lady Sandites for four years and amassed a .269 career batting average, .353 slugging average, and .328 on-base percentage with 74 hits, 67 runs, 60 RBI, and 1 home run. She was named to the 2018 All-Regional team and received an All-District Honorable Mention.

NSU is located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and competes in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The RiverHawks went 30-26 last season under sixth-year Head Coach Clay Davis. Also on the RiverHawk roster is CPHS Class of 2016 graduate Jessica Schuler.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Clemons’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

CPHS Softball: Kimi Presnell signs with Rogers State University

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Charles Page High School senior Kimi Presnell signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Rogers State University.

Presnell was a four-year starter for the Lady Sandites at second base. As a senior she amassed a .462 batting average, .808 slugging average, and .529 on-base percentage with 48 hits, 44 runs, 26 RBI, 6 home runs, and 15 stolen bases.

RSU is located in Claremore, Oklahoma and competes in the National Collegiate Athletics Association Division II in the Heartland Conference. They will be joining the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in Fall of 2019. The Hillcats went 39-20 last season for a Conference Championship, led by fourth-year Head Coach Andrea Vaughan. It was their best record ever at the NCAA Division II level and Vaughan was named Conference and NCAA Division II Coach of the Year.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Presnell’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

Presnell was named to the All-District team in 2017 and 2018, was District Defensive Player of the Year in 2018 and made the All-Region and All-State teams this season.

CPHS Softball: Jacie Taber signs with Missouri State University

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Charles Page High School senior Jacie Taber signed a letter of intent Wednesday morning to play softball for Missouri State University.

Taber was a four-year starter for the Lady Sandites at pitcher and outfielder. As a senior she batted .411 with a .558 slugging average, .426 on-base percentage, 39 hits, 30 runs, 28 RBI, 2 home runs, and 11 steals.

Taber pitched a 6-1 record, 1.59 earned run average, 1.29 WHIP, and 33 strikeouts in 39.2 innings as a senior. In her career she went 35-11 with one save, a 1.99 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, and 255 strikeouts in 292.1 innings.

Missouri State is located in Springfield, Missouri and competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I level in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Bears went 32-20 last season under 31-year Head Coach Holly Hesse. Hesse has led her teams to a 781-767-2 record with two MVC regular season titles, five MVC Tournament titles, and five NCAA Tournament appearances.

The Lady Sandites won four-straight Regional Championships during Taber’s career, as well as the 2018 Bixby Tournament title and 6A Academic State Titles in 2016 and 2018. They made four State Tournament appearances and one State finals appearance in 2015.

Taber was named to the All-District team in 2016, 2017, and 2018 and was the District Pitcher of the Year the last two years. She made the All-Region and All-State teams in 2018.

CPHS Softball: Blair, Presnell, Taber named to All-State team

Three members of the Charles Page High School fast pitch softball team were recently named to the Oklahoma High School Fast Pitch Coaches Association All-State Large-East Team.

Seniors Kimi Presnell, Jacie Taber, and Madelyn Blair will play in the All-State Softball Game June 8th, 2019 at Oklahoma Christian University at 1:00 p.m. Sand Springs and Duncan were the only two teams in the Large division to finish with three All-State members.

Taber, a Missouri State University commit, finished the season with a 6-1 pitching record and 1.59 earned run average while batting .411 with a perfect 11-0 base running performance.

Blair is committed to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. She pitched an 8-3 record and 1.58 ERA with a team-best 41 strikeouts and batted .353.

Presnell led the team in several categories: batting average (.462), on-base percentage (.529), runs (44), hits (48), doubles (14), triples (2), base running (15-1), and double plays (10). She will be taking her talents to Rogers State University.

Other college-bound Sandites include Cameron Clemons (Southern Arkansas University) and Elizabeth Luttrell (Cowley County Community College).

Sandite Softball finished the season 23-9 overall and 8-2 for second place in their district. They were eliminated from the OSSAA State Tournament in the quarterfinals but won the Academic State Championship with the best cumulative GPA in Class 6A.

Large - West
Coach Keith Coleman (Piedmont)

Janessa Larman (CI, Choctaw)
Lainee Brown (C, Choctaw)
Emily Hott (MI, Deer Creek)
Makayla Gibson (CI, Duncan)
Maranda Gibson (OF, Duncan)
Shantayah Allen (U-MI, Duncan)
Crislyn Cole (U-CI, Edmond Memorial)
Amy Crabaugh (C, Edmond North)
Kaitlyn Jones (OF, Edmond North)
Jordan Bowman (P, Edmond Santa Fe)
Natalie Jones (U-MI, Edmond Santa Fe)
Karrah Dean (P, Guthrie)
Anjelica Gonzalez (U-CI, Lawton)
Mackenzie Donihoo (U-MI, Mustang)
Molly McDermott (OF, Piedmont)
Karli Petty (MI, Southmoore)
Kirstyn Hines (U-MI, Woodward)
Breanna Johnson (P, Yukon)

Large - East
Coach Mark Dicus (Pryor)
Kathryn Taylor (U-MI, Bixby)
Kendall Jarvis (MI, Broken Arrow)
Brooke Mason (P, Broken Arrow)
Tristyn Hamilton (OF, Durant)
Haley Morgan (C, Durant)
Kaylee Hummingbird (U-MI, Glenpool)
Catheryn Rodman (OF, Jenks)
Jordan Hausher (CI, Owasso)
Rylie Boone (OF, Owasso)
Olivia Rains (P, Pryor)
M’Kayla Hillman (C, Pryor)
Kimi Presnell (MI, Sand Springs)
Jacie Taber (P, Sand Springs)
Madelyn Blair (U-P, Sand Springs)
Kristin Haddox (CI, Shawnee)
Julia Cottrill (U-C, Stillwater)
Kendall Jean (U-MI, Stillwater)
Emily Sampson (U-C, Tahlequah)

2018 Individual Stats

Batting (At-Bats)
.349 TEAM
.462 Presnell (104)
.458 Usher (96)
.411 Taber (95)
.353 Skaggs (85)
.345 Horn (58)
.353 Blair (85)
.308 Luttrell (78)
.299 Arnold (77)
.258 Clemons (89)

.500 Taff (2)
.231 Lee (13)
.000 Tanner (3)
.000 Rector (11)
.000 Hawkins (14)

Slugging
.556 TEAM
.875 Usher
.808 Presnell
.576 Blair
.558 Taber
.529 Skaggs
.513 Luttrell
.483 Horn
.390 Arnold
.360 Clemons

.500 Taff
.231 Lee
.000 Tanner
.000 Rector
.000 Hawkins

On Base %
.409 TEAM
.529 Presnell
.527 Usher
.519 Horn
.467 Skaggs
.426 Taber
.402 Blair
.398 Luttrell
329 Arnold
.281 Clemons

.500 Taff
.333 Lee
.263 Hawkins
.000 Tanner
.000 Rector

Runs
44 Presnell
33 Usher
30 Taber
27 Skaggs
23 Luttrell
20 Horn
16 Blair
16 Clemons
14 Hawkins
10 Rector
7 Lee
2 Tanner
1 Arnold
1 McNally

Hits
48 Presnell
44 Usher
39 Taber
30 Blair
30 Skaggs
24 Luttrell
23 Arnold
23 Clemons
20 Horn
3 Lee
1 Taff

Doubles
14 Presnell
11 Usher
9 Taber
8 Skaggs
7 Blair
7 Clemons
7 Luttrell
6 Horn
4 Arnold

Triples
2 Presnell
2 Skaggs
1 Clemons
1 Horn
1 Taber
1 Usher

Home Runs
9 Usher
6 Presnell
4 Blair
3 Luttrell
2 Taber
1 Arnold
1 Skaggs

Grand Slams
1 Luttrell

Runs Batted In
40 Usher
28 Taber
26 Presnell
25 Skaggs
24 Luttrell
21 Clemons
20 Blair
14 Horn
13 Arnold
1 Hawkins
1 Taber

Base on Balls
18 Skaggs
16 Horn
14 Presnell
12 Luttrell
8 Usher
5 Blair
4 Arnold
4 Clemons
4 Taber
3 Hawkins
2 Lee

Hit By Pitch
6 Usher
5 Horn
2 Blair
2 Hawkins
2 Presnell
2 Skaggs
1 Luttrell

Sacrifice Flys
3 Clemons
2 Luttrell
2 Skaggs
2 Taber
1 Arnold
1 Presnell

Sacrifice Hits
12 Skaggs
7 Clemons
5 Horn
2 Arnold
2 Luttrell
2 Taber

Steals-Caught
15-1 Presnell
11-0 Taber
10-1 Usher
7-0 Horn
3-0 Lee
3-0 Skaggs
2-0 Blair
2-0 Hawkins
2-1 Clemons
1-0 Arnold
1-0 McNally

Double Plays
10 Luttrell
10 Presnell
4 Lee
2 Horn
2 Usher
1 Bechtold
1 Blair
1 Clemons
1 Hawkins
1 Tanner

Pitching

Innings Pitched
75.3 Blair
39.6 Taber
36 Taff
26 Bechtold
1 Rector

Earned Run Average
1.52 TEAM
0.00 Rector
1.36 Taff
1.58 Blair
1.59 Taber
1.88 Bechtold

Strikeouts
41 Blair
33 Taber
21 Bechtold
16 Taff

(Walk+Hits/Innings Pitched)
1.25 TEAM
0.92 Bechtold
1.27 Taber
1.30 Blair
1.31 Taff
4.00 Rector

Strike %
66% TEAM
68% Taff
67% Blair
67% Rector
65% Bechtold
62% Taber

Win-Loss Record
8-3 Blair
6-1 Taber
4-0 Bechtold
4-4 Taff
0-1 Rector

Lady Sandite Softball wins 3rd Annual Monster Ball 13-12 over Sandite Baseball

The Charles Page High School Softball team won the third annual Monster Ball Thursday night at the Sandite Softball Complex, defeating the Baseball team 13-12 in extra innings. The costumed slow-pitch game raised $1,353 for Sand Springs Special Olympics.

The baseball team played with a heavy handicap, starting with three balls and one strike. They had to bat with their non-dominant hand and couldn’t lead off while base running. Despite all this, they still gave the Lady Sandites a run for their money, and would have won if the game ended in seven innings as originally planned.

Seth Villines, dressed as a unicorn, hit a home run in the top of the first for the baseball lead, but a devilish Rachel Jones took the first softball lead in the bottom of the third with a 2RBI double off the center field wall. An alien Liz Luttrell and a Madison Lee Pooh Bear scored on the hit.

Ethan Sartin, dressed as Head Baseball Coach James Garrison, tied it up with an off-the-wall double in the top of the fourth. Cal Watkins, as a pink poodle, hit an RBI single for the 3-2 lead.

Kyler Copeland came as Sloth from the Goonies, but had to remove his mask to find the ball. Find it he did, drilling an RBI triple to make it 4-2. President Donald Trump scored in the top of the seventh. Ty Davis hit an in-the-park home run and Sophia Regalado scored in the bottom of the inning.

The baseball team had a 5-4 lead when the game was supposed to end, but the night was young and the coaches agreed to extend the show and go nine innings.

Morty Smith scored on a triple from a large chicken in the top of the eighth, but Luttrell hit a 2RBI double to tie it and came in on an error for the lead. Avery Tanner walked and Jones hit a home run to make it 9-6.

By the top of the ninth the Lady Sandites had sneaked more than twenty players on the field, but they couldn’t stop a two-run homer from Villines, or an RBI single from Trump to tie it at 9-9.

The game went to one pitch per plate appearance in the tenth inning. Villines hit an RBI single and Watkins hit a home run for the 12-9 lead. A cotton candy Jenson Arnold hit a 2RBI single, then Tanner and Luttrell were walked in on loaded bases for the win.

The series is now 2-1 in the softball team’s favor.

CPHS Softball: Sandites fall to Edmond North at State Tournament, but win Academic State Title

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(Shawnee) - The No. 4 offense in the state was too much for the Charles Page High School softball team (23-9), though they held their own for eight innings before falling 10-5 to Edmond North (28-3). The Lady Sandites were eliminated in the first round of the OSSAA Class 6A State Tournament, but won the Academic State Title with the best cumulative GPA of any of the State-qualifying teams.

The Lady Sandites took an early lead with a 2RBI double from Cameron Clemons in the bottom of the second inning, scoring Madelyn Blair and Felicity Horn, but Emily Demarus tied it up in the top of the third with a home run.

The Huskies jumped out front in the top of the fifth, loading the bases with a double and two walks. Kaitlyn Jones scored Kamri Heath on a single and Rachel Matthews walked in before Blair caught a pair of pop flies, throwing one to second for a double play.

Drew Hawkins scored on a single from Sabrina Usher in the fifth and caught a fly ball to strand loaded bases in the sixth. The Sandites stranded loaded bases in the bottom of the sixth, but got another shot in the seventh and made the most of it. Usher drew a walk, stole second, and scored on an error to force extra innings.

The Huskies stranded a walk in the eighth but went to town in the top of the ninth with six singles, a walk, and a double for the 10-4 lead.

Usher, Blair, and Jacie Taber retaliated with three-straight singles in the bottom of the inning, and Taber scored Usher for the final run of the game before the Huskies sealed the victory with a pair of fly outs.

Taber (6-1, 35-11) picked up her first loss of the season, throwing fourteen hits, five strikeouts, and seven walks in nine innings.

Edmond North will play the winner of Yukon (22-8) vs. Broken Arrow (32-5) Friday. Deer Creek (28-3) won 6-5 over Stillwater (21-11) and Westmoore (30-5) prevailed 5-3 against Owasso (25-10) on the north side of the bracket. Both semifinal games will be played at 1:30 p.m. The Championship game will be played at 6:30 p.m. The Tournament is held at the Ballfields at Firelake in Shawnee.

EDN 10 CPHS 5
Hits: EDN 14, CPHs 10.
Walks: EDN 7, CPHS 5.
Strikeouts: CPHS 3, EDN 5.
Stolen Bases: CPHS 2.
Errors: EDN 2, CPHS 2.
Double Plays: CPHS 1.
Left on Base: EDN 11, CPHS 11.