OKLAHOMA CITY —
The Oologah Lady Mustangs faced their toughest opponent of the season in the Class 4A state semifinals, falling 4-0 to top-ranked Blanchard Friday afternoon at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium.
Blanchard pitcher Leslie Miller held Oologah hitless through six innings and tallied eight strikeouts.
Miller also proved to be a powerful force on the offensive side, smashing a pair of solo home runs as Blanchard advanced to the state title game against Tuttle.
Oologah got its only hit of the game in the seventh inning on a leadoff double.
The Lady Mustangs ended their season with a 31-13 overall record.
In the other 4A semifinal game, Tuttle used a two-run single by Annie Combs to beat Berryhill, 2-0.