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Ted Wright -- last update 10/8/2005 (SoftballStateFinals1.html)
Copyright 2005 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
State Softball Finals
8, 2005 (Page
1 of 3)
Defeats Newcastle 1-0
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Lady Cards Are State Champs
Brown scored the only run of the finals game on this play in the third inning
Saturday. Taylor Whisenhunt at the plate hit a high pop up with 2 outs and Hillary
crossed the plate as the Newcastle fielder miss played the ball.
team member received a medal presented by Pat Herald, Cory Slagle and Bill Rule
in Oklahoma City Saturday Oct. 8th. The team trophy will be displayed in the
Collinsville High School trophy case.
| These 8 teams made
it through their regionals and met in Oklahoma City to decide who would
be the State Champion in 4A Fast-Pitch Softball. Collinsville made it
through the bracket with three 1 run shutouts for the title.
Not Much Margin
For Error At The Top
State Finals: 1-0 Over Newcastle (7 innings)
State 2nd Round: 1-0 Over Tuttle (9 innings)
State 1st Round: 1-0 Over Oologah (8
1-0 Over Claremore Sequoyah (9 innings)
Regional 2nd Round:
9-3 Over Bristow (7 innings)
Regional 1st Round:
11-1 Over Glenpool (5 innings)
The final 6 Kelli
Dunagan CHS pitching victories with lots of defensive help from her
teammates and just enough offense to stay alive in the last 4 games.
from Friday Oct. 7 Game With Tuttle:
Taylor Whisenhunt scored the only run against Tuttle Friday in the 9th
after her 2-out single and a miss play on Jordan Perkins drive. I also
heard Hillary Brown made a key play throwing out a Tuttle player at the
plate from her knees. -- Ted (I have no photos)
had excellent fans in the stands to cheer the Lady Cards onto victory in Oklahoma
City at the ASA Hall of Fame Statium.