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  • Asher wins tournament title, while Chandler continues winning streak.
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  • Chandler shuts out Choctaw
    PRAGUE – The Chandler Lady Lions stayed undefeated in the Prague Tournament with a 2-0 win over 6A Choctaw on Saturday.
    Neleigh Herring shut down the Lady Yellowjackets, allowing two hits and three walks in six innings, striking out seven.
    The Lady Lions got both of their runs in the second inning. Blayne Solberg led off the inning by getting hit by a pitch, and Jayden Solberg followed by reaching on an error.
    A sacrifice bunt by Connor Jarvis scored one run, and Paige Weber followed with an RBI groundout for the second run.
    Chandler (17-2) won their 11th in a row despite mustering just one hit.
    Chandler’s championship game against Tecumseh was not over by press time. See Tuesday’s edition of the News-Star for results from that contest.
    The Lady Lions will open the McLoud/Dale Tournament on Tuesday against Byng at 7 p.m.
    Asher wins own tournament
    ASHER – Tarin Dubler shut down Stonewall twice on Saturday as the Asher Lady Indians won their own tournament.
    Dubler held Stonewall (10-4) to four hits in a 1-0 win in the semifinals, striking out six and hitting three batters.
    Haley Odell drove in Desaray Goodgion for the only run with a triple in the fourth inning after Goodgion led off the inning with a walk.
    In game two, a 4-1 win, Dubler was even more dominant, allowing five hits while striking out 12.
    Goodgion provided the bulk of the offense, going 3-4 with a two-run double in the fourth inning.
    Braxten Frazier opened the scoring with an RBI base hit in the top of the third.
    Asher will host Wanette on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
    Maud finishes third at Asher
    ASHER – A strong pitching effort from Dallas Tiger allowed the Maud Lady Tigers to salvage third place at the Asher Tournament Saturday.
    Tiger threw five shutout innings, allowing just three hits.
    Megan Willis got the game-winning hit, driving home Sierra Sanders with a single to centerfield for a walk-off winner in the bottom of the fifth.
    Sanders had reached on an error and stole second base to start the inning.
    Maud lost late to Stonewall 4-1 in the semifinals. Down 1-0 in the bottom of the fifth, Sanders scored on a double by Jocee Sparks to tie the game, but Stonewall answered with three in the sixth to take the lead for good.
    Jaycee Gamble was the losing pitcher, allowing eight hits, three earned runs and striking out three.
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