It was a trampling of monstrous proportions.
Oologah softball opened its season with an emphatic statement, handling Stilwell by a score of 18-0 in a road contest on Tuesday.
Kenzie Chacon and Bailie Runner were the main reason for the skunking.
The pair teamed up in the circle to throw a combined 10 strikeouts while allowing only one hit and two walks.
Chacon surrendered the Indians’ lone hit on a single in the third inning, but she more than made up for it with her six strikeouts.
In all, the duo threw only 82 pitches in five innings, 56 of them resulting in strikes.
Kiah Purdunn led the Lady Mustangs at the plate, notching three hits, 3 RBIs and three runs scored.
Reagan Maple was close behind with two hits and two runs scored, batting in three runs. Zoey Sparks finished with two hits and an RBI to go along with a score.
Hadley Calico and Morgan Bement both drove in multiple runs — three and two, respectively — despite having one hit apiece.