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Lady Yellowjackets finish one game away

Owasso stuns Choctaw to take regional crown

By Ryan Horton
Managing Editor

As a softball powerhouse, Choctaw always expects to make a push deep into the postseason.

Unfortunately, this year’s season ended early as the Lady Yellowjackets finished one game shy of the state tournament.

Choctaw High School played host to a 6A Regional Tournament Oct. 6-7.

Choctaw senior catcher Kaiden Boren tags out Owasso senior Emmalie Green as she attempts to slide home in the regional championship. (PHOTO BY RYAN HORTON)

After dominating a first round matchup with Sapulpa, the Lady Jackets shutout Tulsa Union to setup a final showdown with Owasso.

To open the tourney Choctaw blasted Sapulpa, 25-3.

Choctaw then beat Union, 19-0.

Emma Jackson tags out an Owasso runner at first base.

The Lady Jackets had momentum going into the championship game, but fell short in a 4-0 decision.

CHS had one more shot as Owasso would have defeat Choctaw twice to take the regional crown.

However, the Rams did just that as they clinched a 7-3 final score.

The Lady Jakcets were regional runner-up, and one win shy of the state tourney.

Owasso had beaten Sapulpa 12-0 and Union 9-1 to go 4-0 at the tourney, and advance to state with a 28-8 overall record.

Choctaw went 2-2 at the regional to finish the year 16-13 overall.


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