LOCUST GROVE — Leanna Prater blanked Keys on two hits as Fairland coasted to a 10-0 victory in the third place game at the Locust Grove slow-pitch softball tournament here Friday.
The Lady Owls were bumped into the consolation side with a 9-4 semifinal loss to Wyandotte earlier on Friday.
The Lady Bears went on to win the tournament with a 3-0 victory over Hulbert.
Prater had no strikeouts but walked none and threw only 25 pitches in the game that lasted just 3 ˝ innings.
Keys’ only hits were a double by Alsenay and a single by Snider.
Fairland staked Prater to a 3-0 lead in the first inning, then picked up a single run in the second.
The Lady Owls broke the game open with a six-run rally in the third. Four straight walks gave Fairland a run, then back-to-back errors allowed another two. Paige Gibson delivered a two-run single to create what would be the final margin.
Gibson had two of Fairland’s three hits in the game. Mahala Wiseley added a double.
Wyandotte 9, Fairland 4
Five unanswered runs helped Wyandotte break a 3-3 tie and coast to the win in the semifinal round.
Each team scored three times in the first inning, then the Lady Bears pushed across three runs in the top of the second on singles by Ashlee Waybright and Kourtney Leppla and an error.
The Lady Bears picked up single tallies in the third, fourth and sixth innings.
Fairland’s final run came in the fourth on a single by Ashlee Davis.
Lauren McCabe had a three-run homer in the first and a single to head up a nine-hit Lady Owl attack.
Davis, Whitney Dushane, Gibson, Wiseley, Lexi Wade, Mykayla Ziebert and Kyla Reynolds all had singles.
Leppla and Waybright had three singles each for the Lady Bears. Allison Douthit added a pair of singles.
Rachel Anderson was the winning pitcher while Prater suffered the loss.
Fairland 6, Stilwell 0
The Lady Owls avenged a pair of losses to Stilwell in the Salina Tournament earlier this season.
Prater, who scattered five hits, retired the first nine batters before Stilwell got its first hit.
Fairland led 2-0 after the first inning and added another two runs in the second. It scratched out single runs in the fifth and sixth.
The Lady Owls had six hits in the game and took advantage of four errors and a pair of walks.
Prater had a double and single for FHS. Dushane doubled and Davis, McCabe and Lindsay Goodman each had a single.
Kara Muskrat, who hit a two-run homer that beat the Lady Owls 6-4 in the finals at Salina, was limited to a single.