WYANDOTTE — A walk-off grand slam by senior Aranda Nair gave Wyandotte a 6-5 victory over Colcord in a slow pitch softball game here Monday, March 26.

Nair’s home run came with two outs in the seventh.

Haley Hart singled to start the inning. Jennelle Lundien followed with a walk then a base hit by Elizabeth Mensink loaded the bases.

Nair’s homer came on a full count pitch.

The 4A No. 15 Lady Bears (10-1) went 2-1 in a three-team festival at Preston Friday, March 23.

Wyandotte beat 3A No. 7 Warner 6-2 and 4A No. 16 Okemah 18-12, but suffered a wild 20-13 loss to 5A No. 4 Beggs.

Colcord was up 2-0 heading into the bottom of the fourth, when the Lady Bears tied the game.

Colcord regained the lead with a run in the fifth and two runs in the sixth.

Nair also had a single to go with her game-winning blast.

Jillian Swonger contributed a double and single while Mensink had two singles.

Makenzie Powell and Grace Parmley each had a double while Hart, Lundien and Kylee Severs each had a single.

Beggs 20, Wyandotte 13

The teams combined for 17 home runs, including 13 for Beggs.

The Lady Demons carried a 15-13 lead into the top of the seventh, but scored a final five runs.

Wyandotte got five runs in the first, one in the third, three in the fifth and four in the sixth.

Beggs scored two in its first at-bat then added four in its third. It rallied for three in the fifth and got five runs in the sixth.

Wyandotte 18-hit attack included seven for extra bases.

Powell belted two homers and singled,

Nair had a homer, double and two singles and Severs added three singles.

Lundien contributed a homer and single while Mensink had a double and single and Swonger chipped in with two singles.

Hart had a homer and Parmley and Bartley each singled.

Wyandotte 6, Warner 2

Five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning helped the Lady Bears get the win.

They got a run in the third only to have Warner go up 2-1 in the fifth.

Hart had a double and two singles for Wyandotte, which also got two singles each from Powell, Parmley and Swonger.

Lundien doubled and Mensink and Nair chipped in with singles.

Wyandotte 18, Okemah 12

Each team scored five runs in the first and the Lady Bears led 9-8 after two innings.

Wyandotte pulled away by scoring one each in the third and fourth, then it added three in the fifth and four in the sixth.

Mensink had a homer, double and two singles, Nair collected two homers, double and a single and Parmley finished with two doubles and two singles.

Lundien and Severs had a double and single. Powell and Swonger had two singles each and Bartley doubled.

In other games at Preston, it was Beggs 13, Vanoss 1; Beggs 18, Preston 5; Preston 13, Vanoss 0; Preston 14, Okemah 5; Warner 17, Vanoss 7; Preston 17, Schulter 0 and Okemah 13, Schulter 0.


The Lady Bears travel to Oaks on Monday, April 2 then play at Ketchum on Tuesday, April 3.