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April 26, 2013

Indians sweep Westville for district title

Local briefs

Sequoyah beat Westville twice to claim a Class 3A district championship on Thursday.

In the first game, a 5-1 victory for the Indians, Ryan Helsley pitched Sequoyah to a victory with nine strikeouts in a seven-inning performance. On offense, he was also 1 for 2 with two runs batted in.

Kyle Helsley and Quinton Johnston both had two hits for Sequoyah, and Elijah Tucker drove in three runs.

In a 6-1 win for Sequoyah in the second game, Zach Parish picked up the pitching victory for the Indians. He had seven strikeouts in seven innings.

Kyle Helsley and Ryan Helsley both drove in runs, and Karter Woodruff had two RBI for Sequoyah.

The Indians are now 13-8 and will await a regional tournament assignment next week.

Tahlequah shut out by Rams

OWASSO — Tahlequah’s baseball team suffered its third straight loss on Thursday night, falling 3-0 to Class 6A No. 1 Owasso.

Houston Glad pitched and took the loss for the Tigers. No other information was reported to the Daily Press.

Tahlequah is slated to host both Claremore and Coweta in District 5A-3 play on Saturday starting at 11 a.m.

THS teams win MLC track titles

COWETA — Both Tahlequah track teams won Metro Lakes Conference championships on Thursday in Coweta.

No meet results were posted prior to deadline time on Thursday. For more information on the MLC meet, see our website, www.tahlequahdailypress.com/sports, and see Saturday’s paper for more details.

Cougars' season ends

STIGLER — Keys' baseball team lost a pair of games to Stigler on Thursday, 7-0 and 9-2. The two losses in district tournament play ended Keys' season.

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