Cassidy Peterson was cold coming off the bench, but Peterson warmed up quickly as Peterson stroked a key pinch-hit single in the four to lead the Douglas (11-1) to a 16-6 win over the Edmonds (3-9) on Tuesday at Triton Field .
With the Douglas leading by one, Peterson came to the plate and singled.
The Douglas blew out the Edmonds thanks to 14 hits, including zero extra base hits. The Douglas scored seven runs in the seventh on a fielder's choice, an error, an RBI single by Allison Wiens, , a sacrifice fly by Peterson, an RBI single by Hillary Strelau, and.
Strelau got a hit in each of his three at bats.
Even though Peterson allowed six runs over six innings he still recorded the victory, his first of the season. Peterson struck out one, walked five and gave up six hits.
Madisyn Napier ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with his second loss of the year. He allowed six runs in three innings, walked six and struck out none.
The Douglas pounded the Edmonds pitching, as six hitters combined for 11 hits, 12 RBIs and 13 runs scored.