It was not a game to remember for Chickasha Saturday evening. And it had nothing to do with the 100-degree heat.
Cache pitcher Mead Elam had a sharp performance, striking out 12 batters and throwing a two-hitter while afflicting a 10-0 defeat to the Fightin' Chicks in day three of the Chickasha High School Wood Bat Tournament at Elliott Field.
Chickasha (11-7-1) also committed errors that caused the rout.
The Bulldogs scored two runs in the first inning and broke the game open with a three-shot home run from Mike Elam in the third. That made the score 5-0.
Cache added five more runs on four hits and one error in the fifth, which set up the run-rule.
When both teams met on June 3. The Fightin' Chicks swept a doubleheader, 9-8 in eight innings and 15-5 in five. The result went the other way Saturday.
The loss forces a 3-way tie for first place in Pool A between the host, Weatherford and Cache. The number of runs allowed and made factors in. Chickasha will most likely play at 2:30 p.m. Sunday for fifth-place.