The numbers were mind-blowing in Washington’s 27-18 softball victory at Mustang last week.
A dozen home runs. Six doubles. Twenty-eight hits. Twenty-seven RBIs.
As good as Washington was and as hot as their bats were, the Lady Warriors trailed Mustang12-11 after two innings.
After that they suckerpunched the Lady Broncos 16-6 the remainder of the game.
Coach Jace Brewer watched his Lady Warriors smack 12 home runs like they were playing a video game.
Skylar Wells had a dinger in the fifth inning. Mikinzy Bost put one out in the second inning. Emma Curry went deep in the second and fifth innings. Elly Allison went for the long ball in the first inning. Kilmer went yard in the fifth. Loveless had a homer in the second, third and fifth innings. Place had a four bagger in the third inning. Emjay Lucas went deep in the second inning. Tinley Lucas had a dinger in the fifth inning.
Kaydence Andrews was 4-4 with two RBIs and scored twice. Emjay Lucas was 3-4 with the RBI and Ellie Loveless went 3-4 with seven RBIs and scored three times. Curry was 4-4 with five RBIs.
Brewer got two hits each from Allison (three RBIs), Kaile Kilmer (RBI), Tinley Lucas (RBI), Maggie Place (RBI0, Mikinzy Bost, Skylar Wells (3 RBIs) and Abby Wood (RBI).
The Lady Warriors took the lead for good with eight runs in the third inning. They pushed across eight more in the fifth.
The victory leveled Washington’s record at 1-1 on the season after a walkoff loss at Moore earlier in the week.
Washington led 13-12 heading into the bottom of the seventh but Moore got the big hit when it had to and won the game, 15-13.
Loveless, Curry and Place all had three hits in the game and multiple RBIs. Allison and Wood both finished with a pair of hits and RBIs.
The Lady Warriors are scheduled to play at Dale Monday and at Harrah on Tuesday.