The game was over before a full inning could be played.

Chelsea tallied seven of its 16 hits in the first inning, using the 13-run frame to defeat Rogers County foe Foyil, 22-6, on Monday.

Macy Everett and Mackenzie Olson led the Lady Dragons at the plate with three hits and an RBI apiece. They also scored a combined six runs, four of which were by Everett.

Carson Draeger, Ayche Marchoud, Devin Equels, Hannah Trude and Kacie Owen each managed multiple hits as well, managing two each.

Marchoud was the leader of that group, driving in four runs to go along with four runs scored.

Trude and Owen were close behind with 3 RBIs and two runs scored each. Draeger had three runs scored and 2 RBIs, while Equels had two runs scored and 2 RBIs of her own.

Foyil, the home team, managed one run in the bottom of the first and added five more in the third, but Chelsea’s nine runs in the top half extinguished any comeback opportunities.

The Lady Panthers mustered only four hits, with K. Aschoff, M. Otis, Z. Otis and C. Oviatt tallying one apiece.

Dina Marchoud earned the win in the circle for the Lady Dragons, striking out three while allowing no hits and one runs in two innings.

Brooklyn Tibbs relieved her in the third, allowing four hits and three earned runs with no strikeouts.

Foyil’s K. Smally was the losing pitcher, surrendering 16 hits, 17 earned runs and five walks while striking out one.


Chelsea followed that blowout with another.

The Lady Dragons fell behind early but put the game away in the first inning once more, blasting Ketchum for 10 runs on the way to a 13-1 victory on Monday afternoon.

Despite scoring so many runs, Chelsea tallied only three hits, led by Ayche Marchoud with two.

Dina Marchoud had the other hit.

Of the 13 runs, only five came by way of a hit. Ayche Marchoud was responsible for all of them, notching a 3-RBI triple to leftfield in the first and a 2-RBI double to centerfield in the third.

The other eight were freebies, courtesy of six bases-loaded walks and two errors.

Ketchum’s lone run came in the top of the first when A. Simmons singled on a fly ball to centerfield, scoring K. Cypert.

Draeger was on her game in the circle, throwing only 31 pitches, 17 of which were strikes. She finished with three strikeouts, one hit allowed and two walks.

Simmons took the loss for the Lady Warriors, surrendering nine earned runs and 11 walks with only one strikeout to her name.


Chelsea was on the receiving end of the blowout on Tuesday, though.

Much like the Lady Dragons in previous games, Fairland scored early and often, cruising to a 9-0 home victory.

Dina Marchoud and Everett managed Chelsea’s only two hits, while the Lady Owls tallied 12.

Morgan Chaney led Fairland at the plate with a 3-for-3 performance and an RBI. Alexis McGranahan and Erica Schertz each had two hits of their own.

The game was scoreless until Fairland recorded four-straight hits — three singles and double — to take a 4-0 lead in the first inning.

A double from Savannah Hutchison and a single from Schertz gave the Lady Owls two more runs in the second, and a Scout Mayfield double in the third pushed the advantage to 7-0.

An error by Owen in the fourth allowed Fairland its eighth run, and a double from Chaney closed out the scoring, bringing Hutchinson home.

Tibbs was in the circle for Chelsea for two innings, allowing six runs on eight hits with one strikeout before Dina Marchoud came in a relief.

Marchoud threw two innings as well, striking out one while surrendering four hits, three runs and a walk.

Schertz threw the complete-game shutout for the Lady Owls, striking out six.