The HHS softball field turned into home run city Thursday as the Lady Knights devastated Holdenville 12-4.
Seniors Alyssa Osterdock and Mykaela Wallace each parked the ball twice while Ally Flanary added her own homer to the list. One of the Wallace homers also came on a bases loaded situation that had the Lady Knight dugout roaring with approval.
Osterdock got her first homer in the leadoff inning when she sent her second pitch over the fence.
Hanna Gouge put the second run on the HHS side of the board with an RBI in the second inning.
Holdenville came back in the third to tie up the game with a two-run homer but that elation was short-lived by the visiting Lady Wolverines.
Mykaela broke the tie with her homer in the third then Flanary followed that up with her home run on the first pitch.
The next five HHS batters, Haley Cook, Kendal Perez, Maddie James, Balee Powders and Hanna Gouge, all singled. Cook and Perez scored on RBIS but james was thrown out when she tried to get home. Powders scored on a single by Maddie Gouge then both Gouges and Osterdock who nailed a single, scored on the second homer by Wallace.
Osterdock got her last homer in the fifth inning.
Holdenville was able to pick up another homer in the fifth but fell to a throw to first for the third and final out of the contest.