A trio of two-run homers helped put the Holdenville girls ahead of the Lady Knights Monday night for a 17-7 win.
Henryetta went up 3-0 in the leadoff inning with Kasedi Gobin scoring on a fielder’s choice then a double by Autumn Blackbear brought Lauren Lee and Jaylynn Joslin across home plate.
The Lady Wolverines retaliated with eight runs including a pair of two-run homers and two RBI hits.
Another Okemah two-run homer and an RBI put Holdenville ahead 11-3 in the second.
Henryetta came back with four runs in the fourth when Blackbear got a home run that also scored Joslin. Lexi Lollis scored on an Okemah error then Huleah Wincle scored on a double.
The cap on the game came in the fifth with Holdenville adding six runs including another over the fence hit for a solo homer.
In the second game, the Lady Knights trailed for the first two innings but started getting their bats working in the third for an eventual 19-9 win over Okemah.
Starting off the scoring for Henryetta in the first inning, Gobin and Madelyn Blackbear came home on an Avery Miller home run.
Okemah bounced back scoring on an RBI then a three-run home run.
The Lady Panthers picked up two more runs in the second but Henryetta pulled ahead in the third with an RBI by Miller then Autumn Blackbear nailed a home run driving in Lauren Lee and Joslin. A double by Wincle scored Katelyn Dwiggins to put HHS in the lead.
Okemah added a run on an RBI but trailed 8-7. That would change in the fifth when Okemah scored to tie up the game but Henryetta was not be intimidated adding seven more runs in the sixth compared to only one for the Lady Panthers.
Lee had a two run homer scoring Madelyn Blackbear and Miller followed by Joslin with a solo homer to center then a sacrifice fly by Wincle scored Autumn Blackbear. The capper came with a two-out single by Gobin and allowed hamric to score the final run for Henryetta.
Okemah managed one last score on an RBI but the Henryetta defense shut down any further attempts.