WEST SENECA, Okla. — The McDonald County Lady Mustangs continued their recent offensive rampage with a 13-2 win over Seneca on Thursday.

WEST SENECA, Okla. — The McDonald County Lady Mustangs continued their recent offensive rampage with a 13-2 win over Seneca on Thursday.
McDonald County led 10-0 before Seneca pushed across two in the fourth and the Lady Mustangs closed out the scoring with three more runs in the fifth.
Kylie Helm sparked the Lady Mustangs’ 13-hit attack with four and she scored a run and drove in three runs herself. All four of her hits went for extra bases, split evenly between triples and doubles, no doubt benefiting her slugging percentage.
Cloee Helm, Whitney Kinser, and Maddie Colvin each collected a pair of hits and nine players in the McDonald County lineup scored at least one run — two each for Cloee Helm, Colvin, and courtesy runner Kristen Cornell, and one each for Rita Santillan, Kylie Helm, Kenzie Stephens, Alison Nicolletti, and Chloe Colvin.
Seneca hurt itself with five errors.
Meanwhile, McDonald County pitchers Nicolletti and Alexa Hopkins combined on a three-hitter, Nicolletti allowing one hit and no runs over two innings. Hopkins allowed two runs (both earned) on two hits over three innings.
Mekaylee Beard took the loss for Seneca, allowing 13 runs (nine earned) on 13 hits over five innings. She struck out and walked one each.
Mikayla French had two of Seneca’s three hits and their only RBI.
The Lady Mustangs entered this week 6-5 overall and 2-0 Big 8 on a five-game winning streak. Over that stretch, McDonald County averaged 11 runs scored per game.