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March 18, 2013

Local scores for 3-19-13

ENID, Okla. — HS BASEBALL

ENID 14, OKC BRONCOS 5

BRONCOS    020    210    0    —5    9    6

ENID    120    830    X    —14    7    3

WP — Sarver, 41⁄3  innings, 8 hits, 3 strikeouts, 3 walks. LP — Waitmon. Broncos — Sanders, 2-for-3, rbi, run scored; Waitmon, 2-for-4; Elmore, double. Enid — Childs, 3 stolen bases, run scored; Fore, 2 runs scored; Voitik, 2-for-3, stolen base, run scored; Floyd, 1-for-3, rbi, triple; Kearney, double, 2 rbi, run scored; Herbel, 2 runs scored; Minter, 2 rbi, run scored.

PREP BASEBALL

FAIRVIEW 12, CARNEGIE 2

CARNEGIE    101    00          2  2 6

FAIRVIEW    075    0X        12 12 4

WP: Dillard; LP: Schurman

Fairview - Smith 3-3, 2RBI; Hess 2-3, Kippenberger 1-2, triple, RBI

FAIRVIEW 9, APACHE 0

FAIRVIEW    002      311  2     - 9 13 3

APACHE    000      000  0    -  0   5 3

WP: Smith; LP: Domedo

Fairview: Hess 3-5, HR, 4 RBI; Smith 3-4, double, 2 RBI; Christopher 2-4, double, 2 RBI; Kippenberger 2-3

Fairview (4-1) Next: today at Hinton 1 p.m.

PIONEER 12, DRUMMOND 6

DRUMMOND    230    010    0    —6    4    2

PIONEER    504    102    x     12    7    3

WP —Mason.  LP — Menendez. Pioneer — Postier, 2-for-3, double, 3 RBI; Chain, 2-for-4, 3 RBI, home run; Lounsbury, 2-for-4, 2 RBI; Denker, double;  Lamunyon, 2-for-2. Drummond — Menendez, 2-for-3; Steinchen, Kokojan, doubles.

DRUMMOND 2, ARNETT 0

ARNETT    000    000    0    —0    7    2

DRUMMOND    110    000    x    —2    2    2

WP — Kokojan, 12 strikeouts, 2 hit batters. LP — Johnson. Drummond — Kokojan, double. Drummond, 4-7, will host Chisholm at noon today. Chisholm will play Cashion at 2. Cashion and Drummond play at 4 p.m.

ARNETT 6, PIONEER 3

ARNETT    300    001    2    —6    10    1

PHS    210    000    0    —3    6    0

WP — Tune. LP — Lounsbury. Arnett — Tune, 2-for-5, home run, 4 RBI. Pioneer — Postier, 2-for-3, 2 doubles, RBI. Pioneer will go to the Washington Festival Friday. They will play Mangum at 12:30 p.m. and Wright City at 3.

PREP SOFTBALL

RINGWOOD 14, COV-DOUGLAS 4

C-D    300    100    —    4    10    4

RINGWOOD    440    204    —    14    15    5

WP — Detrick. LP — Smith. C-D — C. Kaiser, 2-for-4, double, 2 RBI; Rupp, 2-for-3; Wicker, 2-for-3, RBI. Ringwood — Hayes, 3-for-3, RBI; Randolph, 2-for-2, double, 6 RBI; Folger, 3-for-4, double, 3 RBI.

RINGWOOD 5, PIONEER 3

PIONEER    012    00    —    3    5    4

RINGWOOD    203    0x    —    5    6    1

WP — Detrick. LP — Carillo. Pioneer — Woolsey, 2-for-2, RBI. Ringwood — Hayes, 1-for-3, home run; Wallace, 2-for-2, double; Randolph, 2-for-2, 2 RBI. Ringwood, 11-4, will host Hennessey and Kremlin-Hillsdale at 6 p.m. next Monday.

Late Saturday

Fort Cobb Tournament

Fort Cobb 6, Ringwood 0

Rngwood 22, Empire 0

Apache-Booner 13, Ringwood 9

Ringwood 10, Riverside Indian School 3

Ringwood 5, Anadarko 0

Hobart 15, Ringwood 4

 

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