The Lady Ridgerunners went 3-2 in weekend tournament hosted by Oologah losing only to Oologah twice.
The girls faced off against Cleveland in their first game of the tournament which was held Thursday, Sept. 6.
Mikalle Pair was on the mound for Lady Red and threw all seven innings throwing a shutout against Cleveland 5-0.
The girls scored two in the third inning and another three in the sixth before finishing out the game with a win.
After their victory over Cleveland the girls were slated to play Friday, but all games were delayed due to weather.
Big Red had four games to play Saturday with their first game against Sequoyah winning 5-3.
Laken Malone was pitching this game for the girls throwing a 0.80 WHIP or walk hits per inning and threw nine strikeouts for the game.
Sequoyah earned their three runs in the top of the first inning but was help by the Ridgerunners from scoring additional runs.
Grove put one run up in the second, two in both the third and fourth innings to get their winning five runs.
The game was called for time after five innings.
Malone returned to the mound to throw against Oologah losing 1-2 in a close game.
Malone threw another nine strike outs and gave up one run in the first innings which Grove tied up in the bottom of the second 1-1.
It was an error in the fourth followed by a single that allowed Oologah to score an additional run to win after five innings.
Big Red turned around for their next game against Claremore who defeated the girls in August.
With Pair on the mound Lady Red won 6-4 after finishing six innings of play.
Pair saw a WHIP of 1.83 in her game against Claremore throwing 19 first pitch strikes and four strikeouts.
Kianna Pellegrino led the game with three RBIs ending in a decisive upset over Claremore.
The girls fourth and final game of the day was a rematch against Oologah for the tournament winner.
Despite a strong game the girls lost 2-5 against Oologah.
Malone was back on the mound for Big Red after a one game rest throwing for six innings and earning a WHIP of 2.0 after seven strikeouts and 23 first pitch strikes.
The girls scored one run in the first which was answer by two runs from Oologah and against in the fourth which was matched again with two runs from Oologah.
Oologah got their final run of the game in the bottom of the six which resulted in Grove losing 2-5.
Lady Red is heading into their final two weeks of play before districts and regional play starts and will be looking to build on last season success in qualifying for state.