QUAPAW - Wyandotte and Fairland won their respective pools with wins Tuesday in the Lucky 7 Conference baseball tournament.

The Owls rolled to a 19-7 victory against Afton, then Wyandotte breezed to a 19-1 decision over Quapaw in the nightcap.

Thursday's schedule includes Welch vs. Afton at 4 p.m., Wyandotte vs. Commerce at 6 p.m. and Quapaw vs. Fairland at 8 p.m.

The third-place game will be at 4:30 p.m. Friday with the championship game at 6:30 p.m.

Fairland was outhit by the Eagles 9-5, but took advantage of 12 walks, one hit batter and two errors.

"We didn't have a lot of hits ... we just made the most of them," Fairland coach Chad Ross said.

Fairland spotted the Eagles a run in the top of the first inning, but erupted for six runs in its first at-bat. A two-run double by Kolton Selsor was the key blow.

The Owls got three unearned runs in the third then sent 13 batters to the plate and scored 10 times in the bottom of the fourth.

K.C. Jones had a two-run double and s single for Fairland during the uprising, which also included a single each by Jared Johnson and Aaron Crockett.

Cecil Jones had a pair of singles for the Eagles. Brennon Fuser, Dusty Henry, Jordan Corley, Cecil Jones, Brooks Victor, Blake Wisdom and Trevor Maupin all had a single.

Crockett pitched the first four innings to get the victory. He was relieved by Dillon Sanford after facing one batter in the fifth.

Wyandotte 18, Quapaw 1

The Bears got another solid pitching performance, this time as Ty Essex limited Quapaw to two hits while striking out nine.

Quapaw spoiled Essex's bid for a shutout in the fourth inning when Jordan Mate and Landon Corbus drilled back-to-back singles, with Mate scoring.

But by then, Wyandotte had already opened up a 8-0 lead.

The Bears scored seven times in the second and added single runs in the third and fourth frames.

Wyandotte broke the game open with nine runs in the fifth.

Seth Shuttlesworth had a double and three singles with four RBIs for the Bears.

Jacob Lux had two doubles and three RBIs.

Tate Smith had a triple while Scotty Rotzal and Andrew Douthit added doubles.

Essex and Colton McCloud chipped in with a single each for Wyandotte.