Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

August 20, 2013

Missouri State blanks RiverHawks

Local briefs


Sequoyah blows out Hartshorne

HARTSHORNE — Hayleigh Galvan drove in three runs to catapult Sequoyah to a 15-2 victory over Hartshorne on Monday.

Kelsey Leach also went two-for-three for the Lady Indians. The senior shortstop scored three times and drove in a run.

Kati Phillips picked up the win for Sequoyah (4-3), who will host Oktaha today at 3 p.m.

Diamond split for Keys softball

LOCUST GROVE — Keys’ softball team beat Kansas 3-1 and lost to Locust Grove 4-2 on Monday. The Lady Cougars are now 3-4.

No other information on the games was reported to the Daily Press.

Keys will play in the Northeastern State University tournament on Thursday.

Lady Riders get past Gore

HULBERT — Tina Buford scored on a stolen base in the sixth inning, and Hulbert ended up beating Gore 4-3 on Monday afternoon. The Lady Riders improved to 1-1 on the year.

Hulbert finished the game with eight hits, while pitcher Katlyn Sewell held Gore to three runs (one earned) on seven hits. She also had six strikeouts. Paige Taylor had two hits for Hulbert, and Ashtin Barnoskie and Sewell both drove in runs.

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