Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

August 23, 2013

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Hulbert splits in Oktaha

OKTAHA — Hulbert’s softball team beat Vian (3-2) and lost to Oktaha (14-3) on Thursday in Oktaha.

Against Vian, Tina Buford scored the tying run for Hulbert in the fourth inning before Ashtin Barnoskie scored the go-ahead run for the Lady Riders on a Vian error.

Hulbert would add an insurance run in the fifth inning when Buford stole home.

The Lady Riders were able to beat Vian despite getting out-hit, 9-4.

Katlyn Sewell picked up the pitching victory for Hulbert, tossing six innings and allowing two runs on nine hits. She also had three strikeouts.

Hulbert will return to action on Saturday in the Oktaha tournament, where it’ll take on Cushing.

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