Bekka Stewart got both goals, including what turned out to be the game winner midway through the second half, in Miami's 2-1 victory over Pryor here Friday night.

Miami's boys completed the sweep by rolling to a 5-1 victory in the nightcap at snowy and wind-blown Ed Craig Field.

"One of the referees told me it was the worst conditions he had ever referred a game in," said MHS boys' coach David Bates.

The Lady Wardogs and Pryor battled to a 1-1 draw in the first half.

"The girls played really well considering the conditions," Lady Wardog coach Lacey Brown said. "We've got a young team and a lot of the girls are either freshmen or just coming to the sport. We are just now coming together as a team. They are showing some heart."

Courtney Young went the distance in goal for the Lady Wardogs.

"Our defense really held up and she didn't have to make many saves," Brown said.

Kaleb Thyer and Ethan Delano split time in goal in the boys' contest, each working a half.

“The kids played very well,” Bates said. “We didn't finish up as well as I would have liked. We should have been up 5-0 in the first half, but the kids played really well.”

The Lady Wardogs host Collinsville at 6 p.m. in a non-district match Tuesday

Miami's match with Tulsa East Central last Tuesday that was postponed by the weather now will be played on March 24.