Claremore, Chelsea, Inola and Oologah softball were all in action on Tuesday afternoon, and all picked up wins.
The Lady Zebras handled Edison, 18-1; the Lady Dragons took down Rogers County rival Foyil, 9-1; the Lady Horns edged Locust Grove, 3-0, and the Lady Mustangs snagged a 6-4 victory over Miami.
CLAREMORE 18, EDISON 1
Claremore defeated Edison on Tuesday thanks in part to Terran Schornick, who tallied 4 RBIs.
Schornick drove in runs on a single in the second and a single in the third.
Maddox Thomas got things started in the first inning with a two-run homer.
Claremore followed with six more runs in the second, as Julia Hoffman, Schornick, Paiten Reavis and Jadyn Muns all drove in runs in the frame.
Muns got the win for the Lady Zebras, allowing two hits and no walks while striking out ten. Hoffman threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.
Claremore saw the ball well, racking up 20 hits.
Reavis (3), Schornick (3), Thomas (3), Muns (2), Abbey Hagen (2), Hoffman (2), Lauren Feeler (2) and Rylee Vanaman (2) all had multiple hits for the Lady Zebras.
Claremore (15-8 overall, 6-3 District 5A-3) host Bishop Kelley at 5 p.m. Thursday.
CHELSEA 9, FOYIL 1
Chelsea won big over on Tuesday.
The Lady Dragons Varsity got on the board in the first inning when Macy Everett doubled on a 0-2 count, scoring two runs.
Chelsea — led by Dina Marchoud, Carson Draeger and Everett — added to the advantage with three runs in the fifth.
Marchoud got the start for the Lady Dragons, allowing one run on three hits while striking out six and walking zero through five innings.
Kayla Smally took the loss for Foyil, allowing eight hits and nine runs in 4.1 innings.
Everett went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead Chelsea in hits.
The Lady Dragons (8-14, 4-7 District 2A-6) travel to Caney Valley on Thursday for another nondistrict contest.
Meanwhile, the Lady Panthers (4-14) are off until Monday, when they play at Copan.
INOLA 3, LOCUST GROVE 0
Lillie Walker had all the right stuff on Tuesday, helping Inola best Locust Grove in shutout fashion.
The pitching was strong on both sides, for Walker struck out six, while Harlie Culie sat down six for the Lady Pirates.
Walker led the Lady Horns to victory on the rubber, surrendering only four hits through seven innings while striking out six and walking zero.
Culie surrendered three runs on five hits through six innings.
The Lady Horns got their offense started in the first inning when Macy Hutchinson singled on a 1-0 count, scoring one run.
Savanna Cosper went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Lady Horns in hits.
Madi Smith led the Lady Pirates with two hits in three at bats.
Inola (11-7, 5-3 District 4A-6) plays Jenks at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Sequoyah Tahlequah Fall Classic.
OOLOGAH 6, MIAMI 4
Oologah snagged a late lead to defeat Miami on Tuesday.
The Lady Wardogs scored three runs in the second inning, but the Lady Mustangs managed to pull out the victory.
The game was tied at three in the top of the fifth when Emma Gill doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.
Oologah got on the board first in the first inning on an error, but Miami knotted the game up at three in the bottom of the second inning.
After the Lady Mustangs scored one run in the top of the seventh, the Lady Wardogs answered with one of their own.
Oologah scored when Morgan Bement doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run. Miami then answered via an error.
Kenzie Chacon was credited with the victory for the Lady Mustangs, striking out 10 with no walks while allowing six hits through seven innings in the circle.
Jadie Cheater took the loss for the Lady Wardogs after allowing 11 hits while striking out one and walking none.
Oologah, led by Bement, Gill and Chacon, had 11 hits in the game. The trio accounted for two hits apiece.
Miami totaled six hits, with Jessie Ishmael and Kori Robinson tallying two apiece.
The Lady Mustangs (19-1, 7-0 District 4A-6) take their 12-game winning streak to the Sequoyah Tahlequah Fall Classic for a tripleheader on Thursday.
Oologah opens against Muskogee at 12:15 p.m., followed by meetings with Wilburton and Hulbert at 4 and 5 p.m., respectively.