WELCH - Rain forced the postponement of Saturday's final round of Welch Tournament
The games will be made up Monday, according to Welch coach Josh Schertz.
The fifth-place game, pitting Ketchum and Afton, will start at 10:30 a.m.
The championship game, pitting Verdigris and Oklahoma, has been moved up to noon, with the third place game (Welch vs. Oaks) at 1:30 p.m.
Welch locked up its spot in the third-place game with a 12-2 romp over Foyil in a Pool A game Friday. The Lady Wildcats finished 3-1 in pool play.
Afton won both of its games Friday, beating Foyil 11-6 and the Vinita JV 7-2.
In other games on the final day of pool play, it was Oaks 11, Claremore Christian 1; Verdigris 9, Vinita JV 0; Ketchum 10, Claremore Christian 0, and OU 3, Ketchum 2.
The Lady Wildcats' Kalleigh Chrz picked up her 99th career victory while striking out nine, walking one and holding Foyil hitless in three innings of work.
She now has 983 strikeouts in her career.
She also picked up her 100th career RBI in Thursday's win against Afton.
Emily Kelley pitched the final inning, striking out one and walking two while yielding both runs.
Welch broke out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning. Katy McClurg had the only RBI hit in the inning, but the Lady Wildcats got runs on a popup by Chrz, a squeeze play with Sierra Hankins, an error and a steal of home by Kirsten Leppla.
The Lady Wildcats got another two runs in the second on a double by Jordan Amos and when Foyil misplayed a ball hit by Kelley.
Amos picked up two more RBIs in the fourth with a base hit, keying a four-run rally by Welch. Marlow and Kelley also picked up RBIs.
The final Lady Cat run came in the fourth when Cheyenne Eckles reached on an error, Kristen Marlow grounded out, Leppla singled and Kelsie Smith hit into a ground out.
Welch finished with 12 hits in the game, with Leppla, Amos and Hankins collecting two each. Ashley Marlow, Smith, Kelley, McClurg and Sneddin each had a hit.
Welch hosts Afton in a Lucky 7 Conference game Monday.