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Wayne 6-6 entering break


Wayne’s Lady Bulldogs picked up two victories last week, a 9-4 win over Geronimo in the Fletcher/Clinton Festival, and a 14-13 victory over Purcell in the Lexington Tournament.

Wayne was deadlocked with Purcell at 14-all heading into the bottom of the fourth when Haiden Parker stepped to the plate with the bases juiced.

She promptly doubled in the game winning three runs. She finished the game with four RBIs.

Faith Brazell went 2-3 with two RBIs including a home run, Emily Woody also went 2-3 and Allie Walck was 2-2.

Allison Ryan went 2-3 and knocked in three base runners while Parker went 2-3. Haylee Durrence was a perfect 2-2 at the plate for the Lady Bulldogs.

Wayne took the lead in the bottom of the first after pushing across six runs.

Purcell came back to score nine in the top of the second but Wayne answered with seven in the bottom of the frame.

The Lady Bulldogs eventually took a 14-9 lead into the fourth when Purcell tied the game with a five run inning.

That set up the late game heroics by Parker.

In their victory over Geronimo Wayne scored five runs in the first and four in the fourth sandwiched around a three run Geronimo second.

Brazell, Kamryn Moss and Woody all had two hits. It was Brazell’s triple that scored two of the first inning runs.

Fletcher shut out the Lady Bulldogs in the festival, 8-0.

In the Lexington Tournament Wayne lost to Blanchard 17-5 and Dickson, 8-4 but did have the victory in between over Purcell.

In the Dickson game Macy Trejo lined a triple in a 2-3 outing at the plate and Walck smacked a double in a 2-4 performance. Kaylee Madden went 3-4 in the hitting department and Parker went 2-3.

In the Dibble Festival Guthrie pinned a 12-4 loss on the Lady Bulldogs. Davis defeated Wayne 14-7 despite a double by Brazell. 

They closed out the festival with a 7-2 loss to Cyril. Brazell doubled that contest as well.

Wayne, now 6-6 on the season, will play on the road at Dibble Monday and host Vanoss and Ninnekah next Tuesday.


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