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HenryLouisAaron

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Oklahoma played a double header last Friday (September 28th).

They beat Butler CC 13-1 in 5 innings Friday on afternoon...
Mariah Lopez started the game by striking out 5 of the first 6 batters.
Syd Romero homered; catcher, Lynnsie Elam, doubled in 2 runs; right fielder, Raegan Rogers, had an RBI triple.

In game 2, they beat Trinity Valley 11-1 in 5 innings Friday night.
Nicole Mendes was the starting pitcher. Fale Aviu, homered; Grace Lyons (SS) and Lynnsie Elam (C) both had two run singles.




HenryLouisAaron

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They played a second double header on Saturday, September 29th.

They beat Seminole State 10-0 Saturday afternoon.
Shannon Saile pitched a 6 inning shutout. She gave up just two singles (no other base runners) and struck out 15 of the 19 batters.

Here are the box score stats for the Oklahoma hitters.  (4122) means 4 at bats, 1 run scored, 2 hits, 2 RBI

CF Mendes 3110
CF Skelly 1010
RF Rogers 3221 (BB, 2B)
LF Alo 4120
3B Romero 3121 (BB, 2B)
1B Aviu 3001
2B Clifton 3231 (HBP)
SS Flores 4111 (2B)
DH Lundberg 4122 (2B)
 C Elam 3023

Six Sooners had multiple hits...
Second baseman, Caleigh Clifton, went 3 for 3 and added a HBP.
Catcher, Lynnsie Elam, went 2 for 3 and drove in 3 runs.
Right Fielder, Raegan Rogers, went 2 for 3 with a double and a BB.
Third baseman, Syd Romero, went 2 for 3 with a double and a BB.
DH, Kylie Lundberg, went 2 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI.
Left fielder, Jocelyn Alo, went 2 for 4.

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In the final game of their weekend, Oklahoma beat Northern Oklahoma 22-1 in 5 innings.
The Sooners scored 4 runs in the 1st, 1 run in the 2nd, 9 runs in the 3rd... and 8 runs in the 4th. 
Brooke Vestal was the starting pitcher and she struck out 5 in her 3 IP. She gave up 1 run on 2 singles and a walk.
Nicole Mendes pitched the 4th, had 2 Ks and did not allow any base runners.
Mariah Lopez pitched the 5th, had 2 Ks, and did not allow any base runners.

Here are the box score stats for the Oklahoma hitters.

CF/P Mendes 2000
2B Clifton 2220
2B LaValley 3231
LF Alo 3234 (2B, HR)
1B Aviu 4213 (BB)
1B Green 3322 (BB, 2B, HR)
3B Romero 1110 (2B)
3B Flores 1213 (HR, HBP, HBP)
RF Rogers 3331 (2B)
RF Schultz 4223 (HR)
SS Lyons 4233 (3B)
CF Skelly 3011
LF Lundberg 3111

Four Sooners homered: Alo, Flores, Schultz and Green.
Four of them had three hits: LaValley was 3 for 3, Alo was 3 for 3 (with a HR, a 2B and 4 RBI), Rogers was 3 for 3, and Lyons was 3 for 4.
Green was 2 for 3 with a BB, a 2B, a HR, 3 runs and 2 RBI.  Shultz was 2 for 4 with a HR, 2 runs and 3 RBI.


For the four games... Oklahoma scored 56 runs while giving up 3.
SECFan04

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I am excited to see how Lyons and Green do

Both are talented kids 
HenryLouisAaron

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One other note about the 4 fall games played so far... 
Shay Knighten did not play in any of the games.

I hope she can recover and play her senior year injury free.
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There is a lot of talent in that Freshman class as well as with the reserves from last year. It will be interesting to see how the position battles play out.

3 of their last 4 Fall games will at least be against D1 teams so it should help to see who will step up and replace the talented kids that exhausted their eligibility.
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For those of you fellow Sooner posters that post on the Soonertimes board, it was recently hacked and here is a link to a new temporary board.


https://soonertimes.freeflarum.com/d/56/15
scrybe

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Originally Posted by upontop
There is a lot of talent in that Freshman class as well as with the reserves from last year. It will be interesting to see how the position battles play out.

3 of their last 4 Fall games will at least be against D1 teams so it should help to see who will step up and replace the talented kids that exhausted their eligibility.


Conjures thoughts of the last time Patty Gasso brought in so many talented freshmen in one class (2016 season).
HenryLouisAaron

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For those of you with ADS...

Oklahoma went to Denton, Texas yesterday and played two 5 inning games against North Texas.
The Sooners won the first game 5-1... and the second game 4-2.

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For those of you who prefer a little more detail... read on.


GAME ONE:
Mariah Lopez is the starting pitcher for Oklahoma. Nobody scores in the first inning.

Grace Green leads off the 2nd with a HR to CF. Then Alo singles in Lyons to make it 2-0.

Lopez retired the first 6 batters... with 4 Ks.

In the 3rd... Aviu gets on and then Clifton hits a 2 run HR.  4-0 

Lopez gives up just one single and no runs in her 3 IP.

Mendes comes in to pitch the top of the 4th.
North Texas loads the bases with one out... and they single in a run to make it 4-1.
But then Mendes induces a gb DP ball to end the inning.

In the 5th, Green drives in Aviu with a SF - to make the score 5-1...  and that's the final score.


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GAME TWO:
Brooke Vestal is the starting pitcher in game two. North Texas scores a run in the top of the first - but Vestal Ks the last batter to end the inning.

In the 2nd, Flores ties the game up with a gb down the LF line for extra bases - to score LaValley from 1st base.
Then Clifton singles in Flores to put Oklahoma up 2-1.

In the bottom of the 2nd...  North Texas puts runners on 2nd and 3rd against Vestal.
PG brings in Shannon Saile... and she gets two Ks to end the threat.

Flores singles in Romero to make the score 3-1 in the 3rd.

Saile gives up a solo HR to make the score 3-2 after 3 innings.

Oklahoma loads the bases in the 4th... but fail to score.

Audrie LaValley scores on a wild pitch to put the Sooners up 4-2 in the 5th.

Saile Ks the final batter to wrap up a 4-2 win.
HenryLouisAaron

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Once again...  Shay Knighten did not play.
lovsofbal

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Darn, 
 
I wish i'd paid enough attention to know they were in Denton. i'm only a half hour away. [frown]
34sDad

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Has Parker seen any action yet?  Is she hurt or low on the depth chart?
upontop

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Shay is recovering from offseason knee surgery

Parker is recovering as well but was also sick this week.
HenryLouisAaron

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Oklahoma played a ten inning game against North Central Texas College yesterday. 

In the bottom of the 1st - after Mendes was retired, Alo blasted a solo HR.
Green hit a single and stole second - then Clifton singled her in. Aviu followed with a 2 run HR.
It was 4-0 after 5 Sooners batters had come to the plate.

They scored five more runs in the 2nd.  9-0 after 2 innings.

Then they added one run in the 3rd,  two runs in the 4th,  one in the 5th... and 6 more in the 6th.  19-0 after 6 innings.

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Shannon Saile was the starting pitcher and she struck out 8 of the 10 batters she faced in her 3 IP (the last 7 in a row).
She allowed just one base runner on a walk.

Parker Conrad pitched the 4th & 5th... with 6 up and 6 down (but no Ks).

Brooke Vestal pitched the 6th & 7th - allowing just 1 walk with 3 Ks in her two IP.

Nicole Mendes pitched the 8th... plus the first out of the 9th and retired all 4 batters (with 2 Ks).

Mariah Lopez pitched the last two outs of the 9th - and the 10th. She struck out 5 of the 6 batters she faced... 
but gave up the only hit of the game (a single).

For the ten inning game... the OU pitchers gave up just 1 single and two walks - while striking out 18.

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Batting stats:

8 Mendes  5111  (2B)
7 Alo  3423  (HR, 3 walks)
3 Green  6342  (2 SB)
4 Clifton  4312  (2 walks, SB)
DP Aviu  2113  (HR)
9 Rogers  5124  (3B)
2 Elam  2000
5 Flores  4221  (2B, HBP, SB)
6 Lyons  1000  (walk)

Lundberg  3122  (walk)
Skelly  2000
Schultz  5110
LaValley  3210  (2 SB)

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Oklahoma has just one date left on their fall schedule:  a double header at Arkansas on October 28th.
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