Westmoore concluded a 0-3 Friday for Shawnee by prevailing 14-7 at the Broken Arrow Tournament.

BROKEN ARROW — Westmoore concluded a 0-3 Friday for Shawnee by prevailing 14-7 at the Broken Arrow Tournament.

Westmoore dished out 17 hits, including home runs by KK King and Kailey Gamble.

Tatum Sparks of Shawnee blasted a home run and double while driving in three runs.

Trinitie Butler added two singles.

Hits were at a premium earlier as Shawnee dropped games to Skiatook, 4-1, and Broken Arrow, 10-1, at Arrowhead Park.

Against Skiatook, Shawnee was limited to two hits, a second-inning single by Laynie Rimer and a sixth-inning single by Anneca Anderson.

Skiatook finished with seven hits, including two bunts, which proved pivotal in a two-run second and two-run third.

Shawnee drew just one walk and stranded only two baserunners.

Anderson, who went the first three innings on the mound, gave up four runs (2 earned) on six hits. She fanned two and didn’t issue a walk.

Baylie Enright didn’t allow a run in a four-inning relief appearance. She permitted one hit, whiffed two and walked three.

Shawnee’s only run against Broken Arrow came on a fourth-inning solo home run to left center by Sparks. The Lady Wolves garnered five hits, including doubles by Kali Kasterke and Carly Torbett.

“We just didn’t get anything going offensively,” Shawnee coach David Rolette said of the first two games.

Rolette’s crew has three Saturday tournament games scheduled — Yukon at 9 a.m., Sequoyah-Tahlequah at 12:30 and a game-to-be-determined at 4.

Note: Compiled from staff reports.