WYANDOTTE — Rain washed out five pool games, the third-place and championship games at the Wyandotte Fall Classic fast pitch softball tournament.

The final game of the schedule on Friday, Sept. 7, was postponed and the full schedule as well as the third-place and championship on Saturday, Sept. 8, were victims of the persistent rain that has doused northeastern Oklahoma the past several days.

“We had the tarp on, but it was just a steady rain that wasn’t stopping,” Wyandotte coach Kendall Young said. “We had to make the decision. We would have tore our field up. It would have been a mess.”

Young said he talked to coaches on a couple of the teams and he hoped to finish up the schedule in another couple weeks.

“If not, we are going to finish up what we can,” Young said.

The Wyandotte-Commerce game on Friday and Saturday’s final four pool games — Miami vs. Oaks, Commerce vs. Ketchum, Wyandotte vs. Kansas, and Welch vs. Adair — were cancelled.

Adair and Kansas each went 2-0 during Thursday’s play.

Adair defeated Oaks 6-2, Wyandotte blanked Ketchum 8-0 and Miami topped Quapaw 7-2 in games that were completed Friday.

The Lady Warriors topped Miami 4-1 and Quapaw 10-0 while Kansas picked up a 4-1 win over Commerce then topped Ketchum 11-1.

In other games Thursday, it was Miami 8, Welch 7; Oaks 4, Quapaw 3, and Welch 4, Oaks 1.

Thursday’s games

Adair 4, Miami 1

The Lady Warriors led 1-0 going into the top of the third when Miami tied the game on a double by Hannah Hardcastle and a grounder to third by Kori Robison.

Adair regained the lead in the fourth, scoring twice, then created the final margin in the fifth.

Jessie Ishmael and Alexa Payne had two singles each. Hardcastle doubled and Beca Hopping added a single for MHS.

Adair 10, Quapaw 0

The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, got two more in the second and took charge with a five-run rally in the third.

Adair got its final run in the fourth.

Quapaw had only three hits in the game, singles by Shea Ottesen, Jenna Kerley and losing pitcher Jenni Jennings.

Five of Adair’s five hits were doubles.

Atleigh Branham had a double and single while Katy Huffman, Lexi Patrick, Kyla Rogers and Paige Johnson each had a two-base hit.

Winning pitcher Allie Primeaux collected three singles and had eight strikeouts and no walks.

Miami 8, Welch 7

Miami got what turned out to be the deciding runs in the sixth when it scored three times.

The Lady Wardogs scored four runs in the first and got a single tally in the fifth.

Welch got three runs in the first and two in the second. The Lady Cats wouldn’t score again until the sixth.

Lauren Willard had a homer on the first pitch of the Miami half of the first as well as a triple and single.

Jordan Davis delivered two singles while Abby Ishmael, Hopping, Jessie Ishmael, Payne and Jordan Quapaw all had singles.

Olivia Pitcher belted a solo homer and singled for Welch

Avery Brannon finished with two singles while Hailey Haskell and Halle Rupert added singles.

Oaks 4, Quapaw 3

The Lady Warriors got what turned out to be the tying and winning runs in the top of the seventh.

Quapaw rallied in the bottom of the seventh when Karissa Anderson singled, allowing Mallory Blackfox — placed at second under the international tiebreaker rule — to reach third.

Kendyl Stand hit a grounder to third, allowing Mallory Blackfox to score.

The next two batters were retired, ending the game.

Quapaw led 1-0 after the second, Oaks went up 2-1 in the fifth and the Lady Wildcats tied the score in their half of the fifth.

Anderson had a double and single for the Lady Cats, who also got singles from Mya Nichols, Ottesen single, Kerley and Jennings.

Oaks had a double and single from Tigris Quinn and two singles from Abbi Stopp.

Welch 4, Oaks 1

Welch got all four of its runs in the third inning after Oaks had grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the third.

Winning pitcher Olivia Pitcher, Reagan Etzel and Maddie Shaper had two singles each for the Lady Wildcats.

Haskell had a three-run homer for Welch.

Brennae Perkins doubled and Rupert and Jessie Pitcher each had a single.

Oaks had only four hits off Olivia Pitcher, all singles.

Kansas 4, Commerce 1

Commerce grabbed a 1-0 lead in the top of the first only to have the Lady Comets tie the score in the bottom of the second.

Kansas got three runs in the bottom of the third to decide the game.

Morgan Connell and Sunny Crawford each had a single for the Lady Tigers’ only hits.

Maggie Barnard was the leading hitter for Kansas with two singles.

Ashlyn Bird and Kelsey Guthrie chipped in with doubles.

Kansas 13, Ketchum 1

Kansas scored four times in the second, six in the third inning and another three times in the fourth.

Ketchum got its only run in the fourth.

Kelsie McCratic, Lanie Payton, Bird, Guthrie, Barnard, Bailey Blair all had a single. For Kansas

Ketchum only two hits against Bird – double by Madison Lindsey and a single by Caley Gregory.


Miami 7, Quapaw 2

The Lady Wardogs set the tone early by breaking out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning.

They generated a final three runs in the third.

Quapaw scored both of its runs in the third.

Payne had a double and Willard, Abby Ishmael, Jessie Ishmael, Hardcastle, Quapaw and Robison all collected singles for MHS.

Ottesen doubled and Nichols single for the Lady Wildcats’ only hits off Abby Ishmael.

Wyandotte 8, Ketchum 0

Winning pitcher Gracie Turner blanked Ketchum on only two hits. She struck out six.

The Lady Bears got four runs in the first and added two more each in the second and third innings.

Turner also had a double and single for WHS.

Haley Hart added two singles while Makinze Powell doubled and Kaitlyn Hawkins, Ally Bartley, Tarrah Stephens, Karsyn Severs and Jillian Swanger each had a single.

Alli Simmons doubled and Gregory added a single for Ketchum.

Adair 6, Oaks 2

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