BYNG —A six-run Byng explosion in the bottom of the first inning spearheaded an 8-0 win over McLoud Tuesday.

Byng scored two runs in the sixth to conclude the contest on the eight-run rule.

The hosts limited McLoud to four hits and played errorless ball. McLoud had four errors.

Gabby Sears of McLoud posted a triple but was thrown out trying to score on the play.

Sears took the pitching loss, allowing 11 hits and striking out two. Three of the runs were unearned.

Amber Kribbs of McLoud added a double down the left-field line.

Earlier in the season, McLoud dropped a 12-3 decision to Byng.

“We looked a lot more comfortable at the plate than we did the first time against their pitcher,” McLoud coach J.D. Widner said. “We had 11 strikeouts in the first game and just four today.”

Widner said Callie Cardin, who suffered a toe injury in a previous game, will be sidelined for the remainder of the year.

McLoud, 8-15, will be at home Thursday, playing Stroud at 5 p.m. and Holdenville at 6:30.