ADAIR, Okla. — The Neosho Lady Wildcats came out of the Adair Tournament with a 2-2 record and fourth place finish.

The Lady Wildcats finished the tournament Saturday on a bit of a downer with a 12-0 loss to host Adair.

Tori Frazier, Taylor Baker, and Cheyenne Bates managed the only hits in the contest, all three singles.

Kyla Daspit and Brittany Winchester split time in the circle. Daspit allowed eight runs (all earned) on six hits over an inning of work and Winchester gave up four runs (all unearned) on four hits over 1 2/3 innings.

Neosho, 8-10 on the season, returned to action Monday on the road against Wyandotte, the Lady Wildcats continuing their Oklahoma portion of the season.

On the first day of the tournament Friday, Neosho finished 2-1 with a 3-1 loss to Oologah and then 4-3 and 8-2 wins over Union JV and Kansas (Oklahoma), respectively.

Mikayla Long continued swinging her muy caliente bat from earlier this week against Nixa, for example, and drove in three runs against the Union JV. She hit a two-run single in the third.

Daspit earned the win, allowing three runs on five hits over six innings. She struck out four and walked one.

Frazier collected a pair of hits to lead the offense.

The Lady Wildcats commenced a rout of Kansas in the later innings, plating three runs in the fourth, two in the fifth, and three more in the seventh.

Sierra Jones came through with a pair of RBI for Neosho, while Frazier and Long each had a pair of hits. Baker also crossed home plate twice for the Lady Wildcats. Breanna Slavens delivered a RBI double in her only plate appearance.

Daspit earned another win, allowing two runs (one earned) on six hits over seven innings. She struck out and walked none, pitching to contact the entire way. Neosho worked through four errors.