FAIRLAND - Five runs in the top of the seventh inning helped Wyandotte squeeze out an 11-10 victory over Fairland in slow-pitch softball action here Tuesday.
The Lady Owls had gone up 9-6 with a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.
However, a grand slam by Mykah Meador keyed the Lady Bears' five-run rally in the top of the seventh.
Fairland cut the score to the final margin with a run in the bottom of the seventh.
The Lady Owls jumped out to a 4-1 lead in the first inning and they were up 5-3 after two.
Fairland scored twice in the bottom of the fifth, but WHS made things interesting with a three-run rally in the top of the sixth thanks to a three-run homer by Chandler Young.
Fairland went up by three runs by scoring twice in the bottom of the sixth.
The Lady Owls had the winning run at second when pitcher Peytience Logan got a grounder to third, ending the game.
Meador had three singles to go with her grand slam. Young also had a single.
Leppla had two singles while Brown doubled and Logan, Floyd and McGowen added singles.
Gibson collected a double and two singles for the Lady Owls. Davis, McCabe, McCorkell and Prater had two hits each while Dushane, Goodman and Martin had a single each.
The Lady Bears' game with Jay on Thursday has been cancelled since JHS is in the Class 4A state basketball tournament.
Wyandotte will face Blackwell, Barnsdall and Berryhill Friday in the Barnsdall Festival.
Weather permitting, Fairland hosts Locust Grove on Thursday.