Quinton also lost both games of Thursday’s three-way, falling to Cameron, 8-5, and Buffalo Valley, 12-1. Quinton lost to Stigler on Tuesday, 7-0, and next plays Panama at home on Monday.
Including a forfeit from Canadian on Friday, Savanna finds itself on a nifty little six-game winning streak. The Lady Bulldogs boast a 13-3 record and second-place ranking heading into Monday’s game at Latta.
The Lady Dawgs started their week by beating Pittsburg on Aug. 27, 12-0. The Lady Dawgs repeated that score in the first round of the Pitt 8 Tournament on Thursday, then beat Crowder, 14-0, and Stuart, 8-0, to win their fourth Pitt 8 Tournament in a row.
Following Canadian’s forfeit, Savanna beat Red Oak — the top team in Class B — 2-1 on Tuesday.
The Hornets were ranked ninth in Class B as of Tuesday, but this past week hasn’t been their best. The team hosted Red Oak and Moss in a three-way on Aug. 27 but lost both games, 8-2 and 12-0, respectively.
The Hornets rebounded to beat Crowder on Friday, 5-3, but lost to Byng on Tuesday, 8-0.
The Lady Hornets picked up a big win against New Lima, the sixth-ranked team in Class B, on Aug. 27, winning 11-6. Stuart then went 2-1 at the Pitt 8 Tournament on Thursday, beating Indianola, 13-0, and Kiowa, 9-3, before falling in the championship to Savanna, 8-0.
Stuart softball also swept a three-way on Tuesday, beating Kiowa, 7-4, and Canadian 12-0. The Lady Hornets were ranked fourth in Class B as of Tuesday.
The Lady Diggers have gone 2-2 since Aug. 27, when they lost to Checotah, 7-1. They beat Spiro on Thursday, 7-0, and Crowder on Friday, 14-0, then lost to Coalgate on Tuesday, 14-10.
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