Davis took an 0-1 pitch from Shull to right-center with two outs, scoring Cassi Sargent and courtesy runner Kaylee Wooten to give Hurricane the lead for good. Hebb followed Davis to the plate and drove a 2-1 pitch to almost the same spot as Davis' hit, scoring Fullen and Davis.
"I felt pretty good at that point. I knew we had to get those runs in," Davis said. "We were down, but I feel like we really stepped up when we needed to."
Midland put up one last battle in the top of the seventh, pulling to within 6-4 on a one-out RBI single by Jordan Colliflower. Jenny Brumfield reached to load the bases when Davis couldn't hang on to her line drive to third, setting the table for No. 6 hitter Savannah Eplin.
Eplin smacked what looked to be a single to center field that scored Colliflower, but Pierson was able to gun down Morgan Kelly at third on a force play, rendering the play a fielder's choice.
Rogers got Erin Kaplan to pop up to second baseman Madison Casto to close out the win.
Hurricane will play host to St. Albans (28-4) at 6 p.m. next Thursday with a State Tournament bid at stake.
"That's the worst thing for our team, is to overlook somebody," Caldwell said of facing St. Albans for a third time this season.
Hurricane has beaten the Red Dragons twice, by scores of 9-0 and 12-0.
"St. Albans has a team that can come here and win next week, so we cannot overlook that. They've got the same ticket to punch that we do," Caldwell said.
Davis and Rogers were each 2-for-3 in the win while Pierson went 2-for-4. Midland senior Morgan Zerkle closed out her prep career by going 3-for-4 with two runs scored.
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