OKLAHOMA CITY – Leedey’s girls won their fourth state softball title in six years here Thursday.

The Lady Bison edged Red Oak 7-6 in the Class A championship game at the Hall of Fame Stadium complex.

Leedey trailed 4-1 after three innings, but rallied to take the lead 5-4 in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Megan Baker.

In the sixth, Leedey added two more runs for a 7-4 advantage.

Red Oak scored twice in the seventh, but Leedey was able to close out the game.

Baker and Tosha Albright drove in two runs each for the Lady Bison. Brandi Russell, Courtney Ward and Shelby Bailey also had RBI.

Leedey previously won state in 2001, 2002 and 2003 and was runnerup in 2005.

Jeremy Tharp is in his first year as Leedey’s coach and is coaching slow-pitch softball for the first time.

Leedey opened the day with a 3-0 win over Moss, then beat Tupelo in the semifinals.

Fargo’s stay in the tournament lasted on game as the Lady Bearcats, making their second state tournament appearance, lost 12-0 in six innings.

Both area teams were eliminated in the Class B state baseball tournament as Leedey lost to Tupelo and Arnett to Roff.

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