The West Greene Lady Pioneers exploded for 23 runs in the first inning and went on to defeat the struggling Hundred Lady Hornets 25-7 in three innings of play at Hundred April 9.
Hundred mustered five runs in the bottom of the first and held the Pioneers scoreless in the second, while scoring two runs of their own.
West Green flipped roles in the third frame as they scored two runs and held the Hornets scoreless to get the win 25-7.
Pitcher Emily Ebert slides in safe under the tag at home.
"The difference in the second and third innings is we made plays in the field," said head Coach Brian Bartlett.
"We have got to start helping our pitchers out and make some plays for them when we have the opportunity. I know we are better than this. We just have to start showing it."
Sharing the mound for the Hornets were Paige Shriver and Emily Ebert, who combined to strike out two West Green batters and give up 16 hits and 10 walks.
Hitting for the Hornets were Haley Hayes, who went two for three with two singles, scoring once and hijacking a base.
Cheyenne Myers went one for one with a single, two runs, a stolen base, an RBI, and a walk.
Shell Cork had two singles, an RBI, and scored twice, while Allie Hayes had a single, two RBIs and a walk. Shriver got two walks and plated two teammates.
The Lady Hornets, now 6-1 on the season, won a March 23 contest with Trinity Morgantown 4-3.
The Lady Hornets played host to Cameron yesterday after press time.
They will travel to Morgantown today for a re-match with Trinity beginning at 5 p.m.