BROKEN ARROW —
Perry coach Bryan Hayes said his team has a lot of things to improve but is optimistic it will happen.
“Our identity the past few years has been dominant pitching,” Hayes said. “Right now we are trying to figure out how to get around. Tonight our seniors left a lot of runners in scoring position. They will both get a lot better.”
Makayla Patton was the leading hitter with two doubles and a single with one run batted in. The Lady Maroons will play in the Tuttle Tournament starting Thursday. The Lady Tigers are hosting their own tournament starting Thursday.
Agra, Mulhall-Orlando openers delayed
MULHALL — Rain washed out the season opener for the Lady Bearcats and Lady Panthers. The game will not be made up. Agra starts play in the Cushing Tournament Thursday. Mulhall-Orlando visits Coyle on Thursday for the first fast-pitch game on the Lady Bluejackets’ field.