Pryor collected 14 hits during its 9-0 romp against Miami Monday at Turner Field.

“They came out and swung the bats, Miami coach Chris Mercer said. “They hit the ball the other way. We pitch them in and they hit it to left. We pitch them out and they go to right-center. They did a good job. It got us in a hole early.

The Lady Wardogs fell behind 1-0 in the first inning and never recovered.

Pryor put together three-run rallies in the third and fourth innings then pushed across a final two runs in the fifth, when the game was called.

“We can't buy a break, Mercer said. “This was one of those games. They put a lot of pressure on us.

The loss was the second straight for the Lady Wardogs after posting three straight wins against Locust Grove and Vinita.

“We've got to figure out how to put it all together at one time, Mercer said. “That's the main thing right now. One day we will hit and one day we will play defense, then one day we will pitch. If we can ever put it together, we have a shot. A lot of it has to do with our youth.

Miami (8-9) managed only three hits off the Lady Tigers' Finn.

Courtnei Young singled in the second, Veronica Arizpe had a leadoff double in the fourth and Haiden Rowland chipped in with one-out single in the fifth.

The Lady Wardogs had only two other baserunners.

They are off until Thursday, when they travel to Grove for a tournament.