The Lady Bulldogs of Meeker chalked up 11 hits in riddling Prague 11-3 in six innings Monday night.

The Lady Bulldogs of Meeker chalked up 11 hits in riddling Prague 11-3 in six innings Monday night.
Four Meeker players — Morgan Hammontree, Ashley Miller, Amaris Stansell and Danielle Gardner — collected two singles apiece. Stansell drove in a run apiece in the first and third innings while Cortney Edmonds’ only hit was a two-run single for Meeker.
Miller, who hurled the last four innings for Meeker, didn’t surrender a run.
Miller, Meeker’s only senior, was touched for just three hits while striking out two.
Sophomore  Kiana Paningsoro, who toiled the initial two innings on the mound, gave up three hits and three runs. She walked two and fanned one.
Meeker scored in five of six innings, including four runs in the bottom of the sixth to end the game on the run rule.
Meeker, in upping its record to 11-9,  will play at McLoud today in a 5 p.m. varsity/junior-varsity doubleheader.

Detherage, Tecumseh
too much for McLoud
TECUMSEH — Jordan Detherage excelled on the mound and at the plate Monday, igniting Tecumseh to a 9-1, six-inning triumph over McLoud.
Detherage three-hit McLoud while fanning four. She walked two, both intentional.
Tecumseh knocked out 14 hits as four Lady Savages — Sutv Meeley, Detherage, Shyanna Sigman and Bailey Smith — chalked up three apiece.
Detherage was responsible for two doubles, a single and one run batted in.
Smith was credited with three runs batted in and Sigman drove in two runs.
“Jordan threw it well and swung it well,” Tecumseh coach Chad Trahan said. We had some key hits at key times.”
McLoud’s Brooke Huffman had a triple.
Tecumseh, 13-4, will entertain Prague’s Lady Red Devils today in a 5 p.m. doubleheader. The JV game will kick off the action at 5 p.m. with the varsity contest to follow.
Rosebure, Powell
stymie visitors
DALE — McKenna Rosebure and Taylor Powell combined for a seven-inning five-hitter Monday, propelling Dale to a 6-1 victory over Byng.
Rosebure, who went the first three innings, surrendered one run and three hits. She fanned four.
Powell, who got the victory after pitching the final four innings, didn’t allow a run. She gave up two hits and whiffed two.
Powell, a ninth grader, improved to 5-0.
Dale, 14-2,  accumulated seven hits, including a two-run double by Jaelin Flewallen in the sixth inning.
Reagan Holt and Sam Barry of Dale posted two singles apiece.
Dale will travel to Okemah today for a 4:30 p.m. varsity/junior-varsity doubleheader.