Bekah Baldwin did damage at the plate and in the circle in leading Sissonville to an 11-3 win over Capital in high school softball action Wednesday night.
Baldwin tossed a complete-game three-hitter to pick up the win, while blasting a pair of homers and finishing with five RBI.
Baldwin provided the game's biggest hit with a second-inning grand slam.
Madi Bodnar also had a homer for the Indians (12-13), to go along with a double, triple and four RBI, while Taylor Legg finished 3-for-3 with two RBI.
For Capital, Kinsey Brown and Sarah Pittman had doubles.
Lincoln County 7, Cabell Midland 1 - Amy Parsons went 4-for-4 and knocked in a pair of runs to lead the Panthers (19-8) in the Mountain State Athletic Conference consolation game.
Morgan Hutchison added three hits for Lincoln County, while Aleks Lawson had a double.
Hurricane (24-4) collected just three singles in losing for the second consecutive day.
Nicholas County 5, Riverside 3 - The Grizzlies plated three runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull out the home win.
Kaitlyn Hanshaw had a homer and three RBI for Nicholas County, while Lauren Young went 2-for-3.
For Riverside (12-11), Kaylee Wolfe had a pair of singles.
Poca 10, Winfield 0 - The Dots scored early and often in the three-inning mercy-rule win.
Ashlee Peters paced the Dots (12-13) with three hits, including a pair of doubles and three RBI, while Jordan Baria chipped in by knocking in a pair of runs.
For Winfield (8-8), Faith Harley had a double.