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March 29, 2013

Local scores for 3-30-13

ENID, Okla. — EHS BASEBALL

ENID 7, PUTNAM NORTH 3

PCN        101 100 0    3 7 5

ENID        310 003 X    7 9 4

WP: C. Floyd (2-0) LP: T. Crawford (0-2)

PC-N: Hale 3-3, RBI. Enid: Floyd 2-3, 2 2B, 2 RBI; Rogers 3-4, RBI, SB; Voitik 1-4, 2B, RBI, R

PREP BASEBALL

Chisholm Trail Tournament

At Drummond

Drummond 10, Pioneer JV 2

Pioneer JV    011    00    —    2    3    3

DRUMMOND    901    0x    —    10    8    1

WP — Terry. LP — Gray. Pioneer JV — Gray, 2-for-3. Drummond — Kokojan, 2-for-2, double, home run; Menendez, 2-for-3.

PC-HUNTER 7, PIONEER JV 6

PC-HUNTER 9, GARBER 8

GLENCOE 12, GARBER 4

DRUMMOND 0, GLENCOE 0 — Sus, Mid 7

GLENCOE        000 000 0    0 3 0

DRUMMOND        000 000     0 0 1

Resumes 3:30 p.m. at Pioneer

At Pioneer

PIONEER 9, MORRISON 1

MORRISON    000    10    —    1    6    2

PIONEER                003     51          —9 12    1

WP — Austin Rogers. LP — Stent. Pioneer — Diondre McKinney, 2-for-4, home run; Nicholas Denker, 3-for-4; Aaron Chain, 2-for-4, double; Camden Lounsbury, 3-for-3, double, triple, 5 RBI.

MORRISON 14, COV-DOUGLAS 9

C-D    180    00    —    9    3    7

MORRISON    100    3(10) —    14    9    2

WP — Stent. LP — Golay. C-D — Golay, 2-for-2. Morrison — Quintna, double; Mills, 3-for-4, triple.

NEWKIRK 14, COV-DOUGLAS 0

C-D    000    –    0    2    3

NKIRK    68X    —    14    8    0

WP — Schieber. LP — Daugherty. Newkirk — Johnston, 2-for-2, triple and single; Hudson, 2-for-2.

CIMARRON 4, NEWKIRK 1

NEWKIRK    000    000    1    –1    2    1

CIMARRON    011    020    X    —4    6    1

WP — Bartel, 10 strikeout, 2 walks. LP — Bergman. Cimarron — Watkins, 2-for-3; Bergdall, 2-for-2, double and triple; Hurst, double.

PIONEER 7, CIMARRON 1

CIMARRON    010    000    0—    1    2    2

PIONEER    200    041    X    -7    9    1

WP — Lounsbury. LP — Coontz. Pioneer— Lounsbury, 2-for-3, 3 RBI; McKinney, 2-for-3, triple; McNaughton, double.

Today’s schedule

11 a.m. — Garber vs. Morrison, 7th place

1:30 — Newkirk vs. Pond Creek-Hunter, 5th place

3:30— Resumption of Glencoe vs. Drummond

4 — Cimarron vs. Glencoe-Drummond loser, 3rd

6:30 — Pioneer vs. Glencoe-Drummond winner, Championship

Fairview Tournament

Consolation semifinals

Watonga 3, Mooreland 2

Hennessey 19, Alva JV 0

Semifinals

Alva 5, Chisholm 2

Fairview 5, Seiling 4

FAIRVIEW 5, SEILING 4

FAIRVIEW    020    030    0    —5    7    0

SEILING    000    002    2    —4    6    0

WP — Christopher. LP — Sander. Save — Smith. Fairview — Hunter Kahn, two-run homer; Joel Kliewer, double and 3 RBI; Christopher, 2-for-4. Seiling — Spurlock, RBI; Gore, RBI.

Today’s schedule

Noon — Watonga vs. Hennessey

2:10 — Chisholm vs. Seiling

4:20 — Alva vs. Fairview

Cherokee Strip Tournament

At Medford

Medford 13, Ringwood 5

Ringwood    301    010    —    5    6    2

Medford    113    26x—    13    10    1

WP — Kilian. LP — Morris. Ringwood — Navarro, 2-for-3, double and triple. Medford — Eli Koehn, 3-for-4, 4 RBI.

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