CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Alli Burdette struck out 10 and smacked a game-tying two-run homer in the sixth inning to lead South Charleston to a 3-2 comeback road win over Class AAA defending champion Lincoln County in high school softball action Monday.
The Black Eagles took the lead in the top of the seventh when Lauren Bare singled and eventually scored on a one-out squeeze bunt.
For Lincoln County (4-1), Brooke West had an RBI double in the first inning.
Hurricane 6, Spring Valley 1 - The Redskins moved to 10-0 for the first time in school history with the easy home win.
Madison Casto paced Hurricane with three hits, while Nicole Pierson, Linzie Reynolds and Allie Browne added two hits apiece.
Spring Valley dropped to 3-3.
Ripley 6, Riverside 0 - Reese Gandee tossed a complete game shutout to lead the Vikings on the road.
Chelsey Hager led Ripley with four hits, while Makenzie Hesson went 2-for-3.
For Riverside, Morgan Long had a pair of hits.
Winfield 14, Parkersburg 2 - Seniors Faith Farley and Bethany Jordan each had three hits and three RBI to lead the Generals (3-3) on the road.
Brittany Allison doubled and was 2-3 for the Big Reds (3-2). Katie Legg picked up three hits, while fellow Kenna Markham and Kayla Dickson had two hits apiece for the Generals.