Kayla Chambers' one-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning capped a four-run rally that gave Miami an 11-10 victory over Wagoner Thursday evening in a Verdigris Valley Conference fast-pitch softball game.
The Lady Wardogs trailed 10-7 heading into the bottom of the seventh.
"We didn't play well defensively, but found a way to keep focused and pull out the win," Miami coach Lauren Dodson said.
Wagoner had taken a 10-6 lead by scoring five times in the top of the sixth. The Lady Wardogs got to within three with a run in their half of the sixth.
After an out to start the bottom of the seventh, Miami strung together six straight hits, with Chambers' single being the capper.
"That was huge for us," Dodson said. "We stayed hooked up (after the first out) and kept the faith."
The Lady Wardogs pounded out 22 hits in the game.
Ashlynn Waltz led the way, collecting four hits, including two doubles.
Chambers, Tori Rowland, Kelcee Welch and Hannah Chenoweth had three hits. One of Chenoweth's hits was a double.
Taylor Fields and Mary Crosby had two singles each with Nicole Morris and winning pitcher Hayley Hudson each getting a single.
Hudson struck out one and walked two.
The Lady Wardogs were their own worst enemy, turning seven errors. Five of those came in the first two innings, Dodson said.
Miami plays in the Jay Festival Friday, facing Westville at 10 a.m. and Commerce at 12:40 p.m.