district champs

The HHS Lady Knights are district slow pitch champions now after dominating the field Thursday.
During the three-game series, Henryetta amassed 27 home runs, with only one walk, chalked up six double plays and only had a single error. By contrast, they left Chelsea in the dust with a 33-1 win then held off the Lady Haymakers from Haskell 17-5 in the first game and 23-7 in the second.
Opening up the district playoffs, Henryetta posted 29 hits against Chelsea allowing only one against them. That Chelsea hit was a solo homer in the first inning.
The Lady Knights saw Autumn Blackbear get a grand slam and solo homer then Kaylie Hamric, Kasedi Gobin, Jaylynn Joslin and Lauren Lee each posted solo homers.
That win put Haskell as the next target for Henryetta forcing the Lady Knights into back to back games for the title.
In the first game, Henryetta’s Joslin, Gobin and Lee opened up the contest with solo homers in the first inning. Joslin, Lee and Lexi Lollis sent the ball to the tennis courts for second inning home runs. Gobin and Autumn Blackbear provided the home runs in the third.
Henryetta had a 6-0 lead in the first inning and stretched it to 10-0 in the second. Haskell came back in the second with back to back home runs to pick up five runs on the board.
The seven Henryetta runs including home runs by Gobin and Autumn Blackbear in the third put the icing on the cake with the Lady Knights ending the game by a run rule.
With the district title in their sights, the Lady Knights led all the way in the final game with ten runs cinching it in the sixth inning.
Henryetta had 13 home runs during that contest while Haskell had four. The Lady Haymakers scored one run in the first and third innings then added five in the fifth but it was too little too late.
Joslin started the Henryetta scoring with a two-run homer in the first then Lee followed it with a hit over the fence.
Hamric, Gobin, Joslin and Madliyn Blackbear each had solo home runs in the second. Lee soloed in the fourth and Autumn Blackbear soloed in the fifth.
Capping it off to help with the win were Avery Miller, Autumn Blackbear, Joslin and Lee nailing more home runs.
Emily Smith pitched for Henryetta during the afternoon. She allowed a total of 13 runs on 19 hits and only one walk during the combined three games.

HHS-Chelsea game:

HHS-Haskell game 1:

Championship game with Haskell: