For half of the game against Weleetka it looked as through the Lady Knights would be the winner. The Lady Outlaws struck back in a big fifth inning and broke a 17-17 tie with a walk off 19-17 win Monday.
Henryetta got on the board in the first inning with Shelby Kilhoffer hitting a double to short scoring McKayla Greenhaw. Kilhoffer would score when an Ailanee Hicks line drive double to put the Lady Knights up 2-0.
Five more runs went to Henryetta in the second with RBI hits scoring Rachel Smith, Haley Lewis, Greenhaw and Kilhoffer.
Henryetta put two runners in scoring position in the third but were unable to get any scores.
The Lady Outlaws narrowed the gap with five runs in the bottom of the third.
A single by Brooklyn Baughman drove in Hicks and Kassedi Lee for the only Henryetta runs in the fourth. Weleetka would open their portion of that inning with a fly ball to center for a solo home run.
In the fifth inning, Greenhaw, Hicks and Lee all went long with Hicks bringing in Kilhoffer as well giving the Lady Knights a 13-6 advantage.
Six Weleetka RBIs provided seven runs knotting the game at 13-13. The Lady Outlaws would go ahead with two more RBI hits in the bottom of the sixth.
Lee got her second home run of the game in the seventh that scored Greenhaw and Kilhoffer. She was followed with a double by Chloe Sweringen that scored Kinley Miller placing the Lady Knights in the lead 17-15.
Weleetka tied the game with a two run double then a single to left scored the final two runs for the Lady Outlaws.
Henryetta had 23 hits in the game with four home runs and 17 RBIs.
Weleetka only had 12 hits with one home run and 18 RBIs.