Ridgerunners baseball is currently 19-5 in their season with just a few weeks left in regular play before heading into the playoffs.
Out of a total of 65 teams in class 4A in the state of Oklahoma the Ridgerunners are currently sitting in fourth place according to independent sight Maxpreps.
Tuttle is currently listed in first place with a record of 20-2.
Ranking is based on the teams overall winning percentage which for the Ridgerunners is 83.3 percent compared to Tuttle at 90.9 percent.
Recently the Ridgerunners have won their double header against Daniel Webster in two shutout games.
The first game which was pitched by Chat Hayes was a 19-0 win over Webster and only played for 3 innings before the run rule took effect.
The Ridgerunners put 15 runs on the board in the second inning and six RBIs were by Braxton Pennington.
The boys were able to repeat the feat for a second shutout also lasting only three innings with a win of 15-0.
This time Kaleb Keener was on the mound throwing six strikeouts and technically a perfect game ending with a WHIP or walk hits per inning pitched of 0.
The boys scored 12 runs in the first inning and another three in the second to end the game early due to the run rule.
Tyler Davis had four RBIs for the night followed by Jonas Chaney with three.
They Ridgerunners then hit the road the next day Tuesday, April 10 to play against Gravette winnings 14-3.
Cade Coble was on the mound for the Ridgerunners throwing all seven innings of play racking up 20 first pitch strikes and eight strikeouts.
Both Hayes and Davis brought in three RBIs for the night.
Grove took an early lead in the first with two runs and three in the second that when unanswered until Gravette score two in the bottom of the second bringing the score to 5-2.
It was the top of the fifth that saw the Ridgerunners put an additional five points on the score bringing their lead to 10-2.
Gravette was able to bring in one run in the bottom of the six but was unable to score in the seven after allowing Grove four more.
With the recent wins in the books Grove only has a few more games before they host Bi-District playoffs.
Their last two home games will be April 17 against Verdigris and April 23 against Sequoyah Tahlequah both starting at 5 p.m.