Riverside's Emily Lamos got the home run derby started in the first inning with a three-run home run that gave the Beavers a 3-0 lead. The game was tied at ten when Jacelyn Barton singled on a 3-1 count to score two runs. Maryland's offense managed six hits, including two each form Brigette Nordberg and Kassidy Cross, but couldn't push any runs across.
Northeast won the opener 8-2 and the nightcap 9-3.
Kate Williams almost made the score 6-0, but a ball smoked down the left-field line was deemed foul. Ecker crossed home plate on a Hayden single to tie the game.
Junior right-hander Kaitlyn Clark tossed seven scoreless innings in the circle while Preslie Ross, Chaney Phillips and Kailey Vaughn each swung in runs for the home team on Tuesday night.
The Bulls held the lead until the Falcons picked up runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to put the team down 7-2. McQueen later scored off a wild pitch. Nicolette D'Alessio singled on the first pitch of the at bat to plate one run before Lily Russo doubled to knock in another.
Hayden went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs and Maddy Foellner hit 2-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored.
CMU junior Laura Vaccaro pitched 6 innings, allowing six runs off six hits while walking four batters.
In the second game, MLC jumped on top with five runs in the first three innings, and then scored 13 runs in the seventh frame to complete the sweep with a 13-2 win.
Taylor Wilson notched her first career triple in the bottom of the fourth, slicing a ball past a diving right fielder with two outs. Through 31 games this season, Huerta is in the Top 10 rankings in California for RBIs, hits, doubles, batting average and also 13th in total bases along with being ranked 14th in slugging percentage. Carly Duke drove in five runs in the two games.
Bender singled with one out before Nuckols sent her home with a triple to center field. Senior designated player Catrell Robertson doubled to drive in senior center fielder Leandra Jew.
After Gerdes and Ecker each walked, Foellner scored on a sacrifice fly ball by Hastings. Idlett, Alyssa Whittington, Tra'Kaila Graves, Wilson, Lewis, Harrison and Gossage each scored one run, and Hedges scored three times. L - Roberts. HR - Broyles (N), 7, none on.
The Pirates (11-1, 3-0 SRV) will play at Fruitland on Friday. Kingston got a 1-0 victory over Meigs earlier this season while TKA fell 2-0 to the Lady Tigers. Stiltner had 2 RBIs. Tanya Chavez was 3-3 with 1 RBI. Warne 1-3, R. Hall 1-2.
Pitchers (ip-h-er-bb-so) - MH - Holman (L, 6-5-6-8-1).
On Tuesday, April 10, the Indians steamrolled Seaford en route to a 17-0 shutout win to improve to 7-1 on the campaign. HRs - Broyles (N), 3, one on and 4, none on. Hill led Shoreland to a 19-1 record past year.