LITTLE RIVER — Moundridge’s streaking softball team made it six wins in a row on Tuesday as it swept Little River to improve to 12-6 on the season.
It was another sensational pitching performance for MHS’ Zizi Sebrant, as she just missed a third no-hitter in three weeks by one-hitting Little River 12-1 in Game 1.
She fanned 11 in the contest.
She also had three hits and two RBIs at the plate. Bethany Stucky and Makenzie Elmore added two hits apiece.
In Game 2, Elmore threw a no-hitter and MHS scored 15 runs in the first inning to spark an 18-0 rout. She had six strikeouts in the three-inning game.
Ellen Durst drove in four runs to pace the MHS offense. Sebrant had two hits and Taylon Potts drove in two runs.