The Washington Lady Warriors picked up some hardware last week.
Washington defeated Riversie in back-to-back games to pickup the schools 15th straight distirct championship.
Washington run-ruled Riverside, 16-0, in game one.
Tiffany Winchester was 3-3 with and RBI and scored four runs.
Katherine Curry was 3-3 with two RBIs and one run scored.
Kelsey Harmon finished 2-3 with three RBIs and scored three runs.
“It was a good game for us. We played well,” head coach Bryan Howard said.
“They did everything they could but we have better athletes than them.”
Allison Wells pitched all five innings while allowing one hit, two walks and struck out 13.
In the championship clinching game Washington defeated Riverside, 24-0, in a no-hitter for Kailee Orr..
Ashten Slemp was 2-2, Addie Beller was 2-4 with two RBIs and Bailey Beller was 1-2.
“We started our starters but we got a big lead and were able to get everyone off the bench and into the game,” Howard said.
“It was good to get our younger kids into a district game and get them some experience.”
Orr finished with eight strikeouts.
“We got the seniors back in for the last three outs which was nice. We hit the ball hard and finished with an average of .531 as a team. We’re happy to be moving on,” Howard said.
Monday night Washington was clipped by Tuttle, 2-0.
Jacie Stephens was 1-3 while Brittany Ball was 1-2.
Orr allowed on ehit and had five strikeouts on the night.
“It was a good warmup game for regional action. We committed a crucial infield error and walked a few too many,” Howard said.
“You can’t do that aginst a good team like them. It was a good game for us going into regionals.”
Washington is 20-14 on the season and will face Mt. St, Mary today (Thursday) at 12 p.m. in regional tournament action in Washington.
A complete regional tournament backet can be found in this weeks The Purcell Register.