FAIRLAND — Wyandotte went 2-0 in a slow-pitch softball tri here Monday, March 12.
The Lady Bears rolled 10-1 over Ketchum then blanked Fairland 11-0.
Fairland picked up an 11-1 win against Ketchum.
They were the first two games of the season for Wyandotte while Fairland now is 4-2.
Wyandotte 10, Ketchum 1
Ketchum got its only run off Aranda Nair in the third inning.
The Lady Bears jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first, added two in the second four in the third frame and tacked on a final three runs in the fourth.
Six Wyandotte players had two hits in the game.
Kylee Severs collected two doubles, Nair, Allie Bartley and Jennelle Lundien each had a double and single and Grace Parmley and Maddie Branham contributed two singles each.
Makenzie Powell, Elizabeth Mensink and Haley Hart all had singles.
The Lady Warriors had only six hits against Nair.
Wyandotte 11, Fairland 0
The Lady Bears belted three home runs in the game.
Mensink delivered a two-run shot in the first inning, Nair had a two-run blast in the third and Powell added a two-run homer to left in the fourth.
Nair added two singles and Powell also had a single.
Lundien collected two singles and a double. Jillian Swanger delivered a single and double while Bartley added two singles.
Parmley, Branham and Powell each had a single.
Wyandotte was up 2-0 in the first thanks to Mensink’s homer, added two more in the third and fourth then erupted for five runs in the fifth.
Nair blanked the Lady Owls on two hits: singles by Madison Stotts and Tori Barker.
Nair walked two.
Fairland 11, Ketchum 1
No information was available on the game.
Fairland hosted Salina Tuesday, March 13, then faced Prue Thursday, March 15, in the first round of a tournament at Ketchum.
Wyandotte played Afton, Oaks and Copan Thursday and meets Colcord, March 16, in pool games at Ketchum.