That brought up Jordan with two outs, and the freshman rocketed a shot past Scott third baseman Chastity Ball that didn't stop until it reached the left-field corner.
Haynes, Pinkerton and Jordan are freshmen.
"I just saw my teammates on base and knew I had to send them home, because we were down, and I knew I wasn't going to get up again," Jordan said.
Of Sissonville's 11 losses, six have come by two runs or fewer. Gross said that with tournament time a week away, the ability to get a quality win with superior play late in the game gives her hope.
"Bekah pitched the game of her life today, I thought. She was really on it," Gross said. "This group of freshmen I have, I could talk to ya all night about them. They're just loaded with talent. I'm just excited to see what the future holds for us.
"The seventh inning has hurt us in a bunch of games, so we really had to close the deal here. I was glad that we were able to do that."
Brown, who was playing for the first time in a week after sustaining a concussion, was not her typical self, Scott Coach D.A. Harless said. She issued five walks and struck out four.
"We don't need to panic, and I don't want to make excuses," Harless said. "Right now, we just want to stay the course and prepare for sectionals, regionals and hopefully the State Tournament."
Johnson and Katie Marcum were 2-for-2 for the Skyhawks, while Pinkerton was 2-for-3 for Sissonville.
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