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Hugo splits games during three-way outing PDF Print E-mail
Hugo spring baseball
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 19:37
By Justin Miller
Sports Editor

Tanner Armor threw a gem of a game, Haworth beat Antlers in extra innings and Hugo’s bats were cold from start to finish as the Buffs hosted a “three-way” slate of games on Tuesday.
Game one featured Antlers against Hugo in a beautiful display of pitching for both teams.
Antlers held Hugo to one run on four hits for the game. The Buffs struck out six times in 16 at-bats, but managed to score Andre Rangel in the fourth inning when the center fielder dropped a ball with Rangel on third base.
Jeff Fitzpatrick reached first on the error, and the Buffs were in business.
Tanner Armor pitched one of the best games of the season, throwing a complete-game shutout over five innings. He allowed four hits, but struck out eight and walked none en route to the 1-0 victory.
As the sun continued to warm the field, Antlers took the field against Haworth for the second game of the afternoon.
With the score tied 1-1 after five, the teams went into extra innings.
Antlers finally got the bats going in the top of the seventh inning, scoring four runs with some excellent baserunning and good timing.
Haworth had men on base in the bottom of the frame, but with two outs, the game seemed out of reach.
A double drove in two runs, making the score 5-3.
A pair of singles scored another and put runners at second and third with an error.
A cracking double that soared over the centerfielder’s head and off the wall scored two more and Haworth rallied in the bottom of the seventh to beat Antlers, 6-5.
Coming off the win, the Lions turned to play the Buffaloes.
Josh Leivas came home in the bottom of the first to get Hugo on the scoreboard. Leivas was hit by a pitch, stole a base, advanced on a wild pitch and scored on a wild pitch.
Jeff Fitzpatrick walked later in the inning.
Unfortunately, that was the last time a Buffalo reached base.
Haworth got to Leivas in the third, scoring several runs with a battery of hits.
Coach Jimmy Wyrick pulled Leivas with one out in the top of the fifth. The score was 8-1 with men on second and third.
Fitzpatrick came on to pitch.
He immediately gave up a double that scored two Lions, adding to Leivas’ already inflated ERA.
Fitzpatrick then buckled down and struck out two batters to advance to the bottom of the inning.
Hugo’s bats remained icey in the last frame. Corey James grounded out to the first baseman, Weston Bates flew out to the center fielder and Chayse Cummins struck out looking to end the ball game.
Hugo managed one run on no hits in 16 at-bats with one walk.
Leivas threw four and one-third innings, giving up eight hits and ten runs, eight of them earned. He walked three and hit three batters.
 
Hugo softball wins three-way contest PDF Print E-mail
Hugo slow pitch softball
Monday, 28 March 2011 19:16

By Justin Miller
Sports Editor

Kelsey Raper struggled from the mound early, giving up five hits and two runs with two walks to Valliant.
After Hugo’s bats struggled as well in the first two innings, coach Teresa Montague made a change.
Heather Bunn handled the pitching, with Raper going to right field and Sarah Simpson moving to shortstop.
The move paid off, as Bunn allowed just one run the rest of the game. The run was unearned.
Offensively, Hugo exploded in the third inning.
Maria Anderson and Bailey Smith scored on a single by Sarah Simpson. Moments later, Simpson, Makayla Fitzpatrick and Taylor Pence all scored when Heather Bunn hit a double with the bases loaded.
The bats were quiet again in the fourth, but were unneeded in the fifth with Hugo leading.
The 5-3 victory improved the Lady Buffaloes’ record to 8-1 on the season.
The girls got a break while Valliant played Wright City.
Valliant won the long game 19-12.
Wright City played again immediately.
Hugo had a bit of trouble warming up, as Amber Lane went down with a knee injury.
Following the short delay, Hugo came out flat for the first two innings, quickly falling behind.
The third inning was again the charm for the Lady Buffs, with five runs pushed across.
Simpson and Pence scored on a double by Raper to get the girls on the board. Bunn scored on a single by Jacey Wallace and Raper scored on a Kayla Ainsworth walk with the bases loaded.
Kyli Ojeda scored with two outs when Smith hit a hard single.
The Lady Buffaloes padded the lead in the fourth when Heather Bunn sent a home run over the center field fence. The hit scored Megan Huffman from second and Pence from first.
The 8-4 final score gave the Lady Buffaloes another notch in the win column, improving them to 9-1.

 

 
Harber finishes fifth in state tournament PDF Print E-mail
Golf
Thursday, 12 May 2011 15:18
By Justin Miller
Sports Editor

Zac Harber finished Tuesday’s round of golf with a total score of 228 (76-74-78). Harber was competing in the state high school golf tournament in Perkins, Okla.
The showing earned the Hugo sophomore fifth place in the field and a trip to play in the “All-Star Classic” in Del Cityover Memorial Day weekend.
“He’d probably be All-State material next year,” coach Jim Schutts said. “He’s certainly capable.”
Tishomingo, Heritage Hall and Plainview took the top three spots in the team competition.
Both Zac and his father, Jimmy, seemed slightly disappointed with the finish.
“He striped that tee ball all day long,” said the elder Harber. “He had a chance.”
Treg Buchanan, of Antlers High School, will also be competing in the All-Star Classic. He finished with a 232 (76-73-83) to earn a tie for seventh place.
 
Fort Towson falls a two games shy of state PDF Print E-mail
Fort Towson spring baseball
Thursday, 12 May 2011 15:11
By Justin Miller
Sports Editor

After falling to Smithville 12-4 in regional playoff action on Thursday, Fort Towson was back to play the Braves with a game against Rattan waiting on the winner.
Dillon Stewart shut down Smithville from the mound, allowing just one run on two hits over the course of seven innings. Fort Towson won 5-1.
Stewart struck out seven and walked one. His defense committed five errors, including two strikeouts that were erased when Jake Teague failed to throw out the runner on a dropped strike three.
Cade Clay, Derek Payne, Corey Martin and Lane Day all drove in runs for the Tigers. Cade, Payne, Martin and Bubba Penson scored the five runs.
Martin, celebrating a birthday, scored twice.
After the last batter struck out for Smithville, the Tigers got a short break before playing Rattan.
Fort Towson would have to win twice against the Rams to advance to state. Rattan needed only one win.
The Rams got all the runs they needed in the first inning, eventually winning 18-4.
Jake Teague was on the mound for the Tigers in the first inning.
The first four batters for Rattan scored. The fifth was retired on a fielder’s choice when he was thrown out at third.
The Rams continued to bat around, clearing the entire lineup. The first six batters got to hit twice, with a pop-up to center field finally ending the inning with Teague surrendering nine runs. He faced 15 batters and allowed six hits.
Derek Payne got the nod in the second.
He fared only marginally better, allowing six runs while facing 10 batters.
Bubba Penson finally locked things down for a couple of innings in the third and fourth, allowing three runs on three hits.
Fort Towson was anemic at the plate, managing just four hits while striking out seven times. They drew four walks.
When the run rule took effect in the fifth inning, the Rams celebrated their state berth by dumping a water cooler on their coach and posing for photographs.
 
Lady Ballerz finish season 30-7 PDF Print E-mail
Middle school basketball
Monday, 15 August 2011 18:20

The Hugo Lady Ballerz completed their season in Stillwater last weekend at the national basketball tournament. The competition included 44 teams from several states. Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Arkansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa and New Mexico were all represented.

 

The Ballerz were short-handed, playing without Alexis Bills, Tiairra Johnson, Sierra Gonzales and Asianna Lewis.

 

In game one of group play, the girls were matched against the Nebraska Cornhusker Shooting Stars.

 

Abigail Simpson and Millaya Bray sat down early with foul trouble, and the girls lost the game. Bray, Simpson and Tateum Jones scored four points each. Snowy Bray and McKenzie McGee added two points each to the effort. Millaya also had 10 rebounds.

 

In game two, the Denver Gators beat the Lady Ballerz. The Gators had tremendous size, averaging 5’9” across their starting line.

 

Millaya Bray battled down low to come up with a double-double. She recorded 12 points and 12 rebounds.

 

The Cleburne Lady Jackets were next in group play.

 

The Ballerz went into the half trailing 14-6 after the Lady Jackets went 10-10 at the free throw line.

 

Abigail Simpson and Tateum Jones scored six points each. Millaya Bray added four.

 

In the first round of elimination, the Ballerz lost a heartbreaker to the Arkansas Lady Wildcats, 29-28. The Wildcats trailed until the 11 second mark in the game.

 

Millaya Bray had 13 points and 10 rebounds. Simpson fouled out with six points. Jones had five. Snowy Bray and Breonnia Martin had two points each.

 

The Hugo Lady Ballerz finish the season 30-7.

 
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