It took some scrambling but the Lady Knights were able to play three games connected with the Okemah Festival Thursday.
Rain and ice and snow soaked fields had the HHS girls moving from Okemah with an eye to Preston then making a trip to Fire Lake for the tournament.
It was not an unprofitable trip with Henryetta winning two out of the three games in the series.
Henryetta started out with a 14-5 win over Kellyville then followed up with a 9-1 victory against Blanchard. The sole loss was a 9-2 decision handed out by Mangum.
In the lead off game with Kellyville, the Lady Knights were down 5-0 then they started getting their bats going.

In the third, Alyssa Osterdock and Kamarie Wallace singled then scored on an RBI single by MyKaela wallace. She came home with a double by Ally Flanary and a sacrifice out by Kendal Perez scored Flanary.
With only one run separating the teams, Osterdock nailed a two run homer in the fourth followed by both Wallace girls, Flanary and Perez scoring on RBIs.
Kamarie Wallace, Flanary, Perez and Cook capped off the HHS scoring on fight inning RBIs.
The second game against Blanchard, the Lady Knights owned the field with four runs in the first inning, two more in the second and one each in the third, fourth and fifth. That gave them a 9-1 win.
Back to back singles put Osterdock and Kamarie Wallace on first then Mykaela nailed a single for a two-run RBI. She came home courtesy of Flanary. The single by Perez brought in Flanary.
In the second, Maddie Gouge and Osterdock walked then the Wallace sisters had a single and sacrifice for two more runs.
Perez scored in the third, Mykaela came in with a run in the fourth and Hanna Gouge added an RBI run in the fifth.
The lone Blanchard run was in the first inning. From there only three runners got on base with a fielder's choice, a hit and walked but the Henryetta defense prevented anyone from scoring.
The bats went cold for the Lady nights in the final game against Mangum.
Henryetta batted 33 times but only picked up two hits in that game.
Mangum scored two runs in the first, second, fifth and sixth innings and one in the fourth.
The Lady Knights got on the scoreboard with Mykaela and Kamarie getting on with an effort and a single.
They used an RBI single by Cook and fielder's choice from Hanna Gouge to prevent a shut-out.
Next weekend, the girls will be going to Preston for a two-day festival.