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Davis Loses Three at Stonewall

HOMERUN HITTER. Kamryn Martin (pictured) and Kensley Barnes erased a 1-0 Dickson lead with back-to-back homeruns in the second inning at Stonewall.


By Jeff Mapes
The Lady Wolves softball team went 1-1 at home last week but ended dropping three straight at Stonewall’s “Beast of the East” Tournament. Davis is now 5-6 overall.
The week began with Byng run-ruling the Lady Wolves on March 25. Davis bounced back the next day with a win over Dickson.
Consecutive losses to Holdenville and Coalgate at the tourney on March 28 put the Lady Wolves in elimination mode. Davis was bounced on March 29 by Wilson.
Byng 11 Lady Wolves 1 (5)
The Lady Pirates scored seven runs in the first inning. Byng led 10-1 with three in the third.
Addison Danker scored the only run for Davis in the second. Addison Romo recorded an RBI-single.
“I thought that in the first inning we kind of spotted them seven runs,” Davis coach Macklin White said. “They hit the ball well, but we gave them a lot of extra outs. If the first inning doesn’t go down that way it’s a whole ballgame.
Lady Wolves 8 Dickson 6
These two teams battled back-and-forth throughout the course of this game. The contest was highlighted with ties and lead changes.
Kensley Barnes and Kamryn Martin erased a 1-0 Dickson lead with back-to-back homeruns in the second. Dickson tied it at 2-2 but the Lady Wolves regained the advantage with two runs in the third.
Dickson captured the lead again at 5-4 but that was short-lived. Davis took the lead again at 6-5 with two in the fifth.
The Lady Wolves broke a 6-6 tie with two runs in the sixth. An error and single scored on Mattie Morton’s double.
Holdenville 12 Lady Wolves 8 (4)
Davis took a 2-1 lead in the second. Barnes singled, Martin doubled and LaNoy hit a sacrifice fly.
The Lady Wolverines then took command with six runs in the third and five in the fourth. Davis countered with two in the third and four in the fifth.
Davis had 10 hits and earned two walks. Barnes and Emerson Henley both were 2-3.
Coalgate 13 Lady Wolves 0
A lead-off homerun in the first gave Coalgate a 1-0 start. The Lady Wildcats scored three in the third and nine in the fifth.
Danker, Preslee hunt and Romo combined for the Lady Wolves’ three hits. Danker also drew a walk.
Wilson 18 Lady Wolves 6
Davis loaded the bases in the bottom of the first after Wilson had taken a 3-0 lead. Nadalie Weaver cleared the bases with a grand slam putting the Lady Wolves in front 4-3.
Wilson led 6-4 with three runs in the second. Davis walked 11 batters in the third allowing the Lady Eagles to score 12 runs.
“The whole weekend we were in and out with players,” assistant coach Jerad White said. “We were playing people out of position. It wasn’t our best week as a team but some of them really battled through some adversity.”
Davis traveled to Healdton and Washington April 1-2. The Wolves will open the Turnpike Showdown in Sulphur on April 4 against the host Lady Bulldogs at 2:30.

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