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April 26, 2013

Local scores for 4-27-13

ENID, Okla. — PREP BASEBALL

Class A Regional

At Pioneer

CASHION 18, DRUMMOND 5

CASHION    367    20    —    18    18    0

DRUMMOND    110    03—    5    5    3

WP — Martin. LP — Menendez. Cashion — Reasnor, 4-for-5, double; Robertson, 3-for-5, 2 doubles; Mahoney, 2-for-3, double. Drummond — Jankey, 2-for-4. Drummond finishes the season at 21-15.

Class A Regional at Pioneer

Championship (Game one)

CASHION 10, PIONEER 0

PIONEER    000 00    —    0 2 6

CASHION    403 03    —    10 9 0

WP: Reasnor, LP: Gabriel

Pioneer: Mercado 1-1; Gabriel 1-1

Cashion: Fink 2-3, 3 RBI; Maroney 2-2, 2 RBI, 2 R; Ikerd 2-3, 2B, RBI, 2 R; Reasnor 10 Ks

Game two: 1 p.m. at Pioneer (weather permitting)

Class B Regional

At Arapaho

CIMARRON 9, ARAPAHO 1

CIMARRON    131    004    0    — 9    7    2

ARAPAHO    000    100    0    —1    1    4

WP — Bartel, 13 strikeouts. LP — Kauk. Cimarron — Watkins, home run; Hurst, home run and double.

Championship

LEEDEY 7, CIMARRON 1

LEEDEY    061    00     —    7    5    1

CIMARRON    000    10    —    1    1    1

WP — Goldston. LP — Seelke. Leedey — Goldston, double; Beverly, double. Cimarron — Coontz, single. Cimarron finishes the season at 20-15.

PREP SOFTBALL

State slow pitch tournament pairings.

All games at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium

Class A

Tuesday

First round — 11:15, Red Oak vs. Arnett, Field No. 2; Tupelo vs. Asher, Field No. 1; 12:30, Eagletown vs. Hammon, Field No. 4; Buffalo Valley vs. Leedey, Field No. 3.

Semifinals — 1:45, Red Oak-Arnett winner vs. Eagletown-Hammon winner, Field No. 3; Tupelo-Asher winner vs. Buffalo Valley-Leedey winner, Field No. 4.

Championship — 4:45, Field No. 1

Class 2A

Tuesday

First round — 11:15 a.m., Binger-Oney vs. Dewar, Field No. 3; Okarche vs. Roff, Field No. 4. 1:45, Turner vs. Barnsdall, Field No. 1; Pond Creek-Hunter vs. Soper, Field No. 2.

Semifinals — 3:15, Binger-Oney/Dewar winner vs. Turner-Barnsdall winner, Field No. 3; Pond Creek-Hunter/Soper winner vs. Okarche-Roff winner, Field No. 4.

Championship — 6:15, Field No. 1.

Class 3A

Tuesday

First round— 10 a.m., Rattan vs. Rock Creek, Field No. 2; Wayne vs. Fort Townson, Field No. 1;  Mooreland vs. Depew, Field No. 4; Apache vs. Preston, Field No. 3

Semifinals — 12:30, Rattan-Rock Creek winner vs. Wayne-Fort Townson winner, Field No. 2; Mooreland-Depew winner vs. Apache-Preston winner, Field No. 1.

Championship — 3:15 p.m., Field No. 1.

Class 4A

Wednesday

First round — 11:15 a.m., Dale vs. Latta, Field No. 2; Chisholm vs. Washington, Field No. 1; 12:30, Davis vs. Liberty, Field No. 4; Tushka vs. Mangum, Field No. 3.

Semifinals — 1:45, Dale-Latta winner vs. Davis-Liberty winner, Field No. 3; Tushka-Mangum winner vs. Chisholm-Washington winner, Field No. 4.

Championship — 4:45 p.m., Field No. 1.

 

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