Bethel sweeps three-way, while Maud and Tecumseh pick up wins.

Bethel sweeps Lexington, Holdenville

BETHEL — The Lady Wildcats sweep wins over Lexington and          Holdenville, Tuesday night.

Bethel took control over Lexington, with a win of 14-2.

The Lady Wildcats had several players contribute to their high score.

Rachel Stark ignited the rally for Bethel with a two-run home run in the first inning.

Montana Price stormed through the forth inning with a two-run home run for Bethel. Price went two-for-three in the game.

Lady Wildcats, Rylee Steward contributed four runs batted in and Mikayla Whitten added two RBIs.

Bethel clinched another win against Holdenville, 23-15.

With 18 hits, Bethel player’s clawed their way through the game to help contribute to the scoreboard.

Steward notched a three-run home run in the first inning for Bethel.

Price knocked out a grand slam in the fourth inning to rack up four RBIs for the Lady Wildcats.

Zoe Rayner added two RBIs, Miller had one RBI and Stark completed the game with four RBIs with one double.

Bethel improves their record, 21-4.

The Lady Wildcats will be in action against McLoud and Harrah at Bethel beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday.

Maud comes back to down Seminole

A walk off single by Summer Horn ended a back-and-forth game as the Maud Lady Tigers downed Seminole 9-8 on Tuesday.

The Lady Tigers trailed 8-7 heading into the bottom of the seventh, but Ashley Fletcher’s solo home run with one out tied the score. Addie McGill then followed with a triple before scoring on Horn’s hit.

The Lady Chieftains led 3-2 after one inning and, after Maud scored a pair to take the lead in the fourth inning, responded with five in the fifth to take an 8-4 lead.

The Lady Tigers scored three in the fifth to cut into the lead. Dallas Tiger hit a two-run triple.

Tiger finished 2-for-3 on the night. Fletcher and Emilee Riddle also finished with two hits, while McGill was 3-for-4 with a double and a triple.

Maud’s next game will be Thursday at Mill Creek.

Tecumseh cruises past Harrah

TECUMSEH — The Lady Savages dominated over the Harrah Lady Panthers, 13-5, Tuesday night.

Aspen Grimes led Tecumseh with a two-run home run and a double.

Sierra Humphrey finished the game with a triple, a single and knocked in three runs batted in for the Lady Savages.

Tecumseh’s Frankie Hull added a two RBI triple, while Skyler Shepherd had a two RBI double.

With a record of 16-8, the Lady Savages will face Little Axe at 5:45 p.m., Thursday.

Note: Report compiled by Abbie Click.

Note: Report compiled by Abbie Click.