REEDS SPRING — The Seneca Lady Indians have enjoyed some big offensive nights this season.

However, Tuesday’s game against Big 8 Conference foe Reeds Spring was not one of them.

Reeds Spring pitcher Izzy Erickson pitched a five-inning no-hitter and only allowed one baserunner during a 10-0 win for the Lady Wolves.

Erickson absolutely dominated Seneca from the circle and she struck out 13 and walked one en route to her near-perfection. Mady Dunbar worked a walk for the lone Seneca runner.

Erickson finished throwing 67 pitches — just over 13 per inning — and 49 of them were strikes or 73.1 percent strikes. Of the 16 batters she faced, Erickson threw a first-pitch strike against 13, probably all the batters she fanned.

By comparison, it was a rough contest for Seneca pitcher Chelsea Beville.

Reeds Spring plated one run in the first, four in the third, and five in the fifth, all against Beville.

Beville allowed 10 earned runs on 10 hits over 4 2/3 innings and she struck out four and walked five in the abbreviated contest.

Offensively, Abby Rudd, Maddison Cantrell, Tori Scobee, and Cassidy Quick each delivered two hits for the victors and Erickson, who homered twice earlier in the season against East Newton, added one hit as did Courtney Scobee. Quick drove in three runs and Rudd and Cantrell each had two RBI.

Despite this bad outing for the Lady Indians, Seneca earned the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Class 3, District 12 tournament.

Seneca finishes out regular season play with Cassville at home Thursday and then Newton County rival Neosho on the road Monday.