Lexi Albright slides at third base during Monday's game in Chickasha.

An explosive offense helped a close game become a run-rule victory for the Lady Chicks.

Chickasha and Plainview went to the bottom of the fourth tied 4-4 Monday at Chickasha's Elkouri Field. The Lady Chicks scored four runs in back-to-back innings to pull away and earn a 15-5 victory over the Lady Indians.

Chickasha's mix of younger players and players with more experience stepped up in the win over the Lady Indians. 

Freshman M'Kailei Myers went 3-for-4 at the plate with three RBIs in the victory. Senior Valerie Inghram went 4-for-5 at the plate with three RBIs. 

Chickasha's group of seniors — Inghram, Lexi McElroy and Gracie Weber — drove in five of the team's 15 runs.


Seniors Valerie Inghram, Lexi McElroy and Gracie Weber combined for five RBIs in Monday's 15-5 win over Plainview in Chickasha.

Lexi Albright's RBI triple opened the floodgates in the fourth inning for the Lady Chicks. Inghram followed Albright with one of her run-scoring hits.

Two of Myers' RBIs came in the fourth. Her single gave Chickasha an 8-4 lead before Plainview was able to escape the inning.

Chickasha held a commanding 12-4 lead over Plainview by the end of the fifth inning.

The Lady Indians did score a run in the top of the sixth, but Chickasha finished the game with three runs in the bottom half of the inning. Inghram — who drove in a run in each of her final three at-bats — hit a walk-off single to secure the district victory.

The win was the Lady Chicks' sixth in a row and moved them to 10-2 on the season. Chickasha also moved to 3-0 in District 4A-2.

The Lady Chicks scored double-digit runs for the fourth time this season and third time in their three district games. Chickasha opened district play with 13 runs and 19 runs in a doubleheader with Madill.

Chickasha has three wins this season that have been by at least 10 runs.

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