TUTTLE — Two Tuttle pitchers no-hit Dale 2-0 Friday at the McLoud Tournament.

“I can’t remember being no-hit in the 12 years I’ve been at Dale,” Pirate head coach Jerry Sanford said.

“Their starter throws the heck out of it. He’s in the upper 80s. That’s a good bunch at Tuttle.”

Tuttle didn’t commit an error and issued two walks – to Scout Capps and Austin Custar.

Dale utilized three pitchers with starter Jarrod Rogers surrendering one run and three hits in 1 1/3 innings. He fanned one and walked three.

Blake McQuain, who went the next 3 2/3 innings, gave up three hits, one run, whiffed four and walked two.

Carson Hunt retired Tuttle in order in the sixth. He fanned two.

Earlier in the day, Dale made four fifth-inning runs stand up for a 4-1 win over Poteau.

Custer had two of Dale’s four hits, including a bases-loaded double.

Carson Hunt also drove in a run for Dale.

Drew Reed fashioned a route-going five-hitter for the pitching win. Reed didn’t issue a walk and fanned six.

Dale, 9-2, will play in today’s 3 p.m. third-place game.

Dale plays at Chandler Monday, then travels to Roff Tuesday.