CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Pitching ruled the day for Herbert Hoover as the Huskies allowed a combined three hits en route to a pair of wins over Tolsia in high school softball action Monday.
The Huskies (14-2) won the first game 10-0 behind a four-inning, one-hitter by Kayla Seafler (3-0).
Makayla Craze highlighted the Hoover offense with three hits, including a grand slam, while Allison Rager had two hits and three RBI and Zoey Carte two hits and two RBI.
In the nightcap, the Huskies rolled to a 10-0 three-inning 10-0 win behind a two-hitter by senior Amber Oaks (2-0).
Oaks struck out seven of the 11 batters she faced.
Craze had another big game at the plate, finishing with three hits, including two doubles, a triple and three RBI.
Mickenzie Edmonds added a double and two RBI for Hoover.
Riverside 15, Princeton 0 - The Warriors exploded for eight runs in the second inning and seven more in the third to earn the easy road win.
Kaylee Wolfe had three hits for Riverside (15-12), which pounded out 12 hits.
Chelsea Diegert, Destini Diegert and Felicia Burton all drove in three runs for the Warriors.