Woodward, Okla. —
The Boomers won their 4th consecutive Class 4A district softball championship Thursday.
Woodward, 20-14, defeated Guymon 11-1 and 14-4 to earn the championship at the Crystal Beach 5-plex. The games were moved from Woodward High School due to wet fields. The Boomers will play in the regional next Thursday at a site to be announced.
In game one, the Boomers got home runs from Courtney Cook and Kameron Pope and ended things in 5 innings. Adyson Clark was the winning pitcher.
The second game lasted 6 innings as the Boomers pulled away in the final 3 frames.
Guymon led 2-0 early before the Boomers took the lead on a 3-run homer by Haylee Bates.
Ahead 4-3 after 3 innings, the Boomers scored 10 runs over the last 3 innings. Sierra Irwin had an RBI single in the fourth, Heidi McEwan drove in 2 runs and McKenzie Hunter 1 as the Boomers stretched the lead to 8-3.
Three more runs came in the 5th inning and 3 more in the 6th.
Bailey Webster started for the Boomers and was relieved during the third inning by Clark.