WEST SENECA, Okla. — Two days after being no-hit by the Reeds Spring Lady Wolves in a 10-0 run-rule loss, the Seneca Lady Indians rebounded with a 10-0 run-rule win of their own Thursday against the Cassville Lady Wildcats.

Seneca scored one run in the fourth, two in the fifth, and seven in the sixth, while junior pitcher Chelsea Beville tossed a two-hitter. The Lady Indians worked their way through five errors and still somehow managed to keep the Lady Wildcats off the scoreboard.

Beville struck out six and walked one over her six innings of work and she finished with 78 pitches (13 per inning), 62 strikes (nearly 80 percent strikes), and she threw a strike on the first pitch to 21 of the 24 batters she faced.

Offensively, Mekaylee Beard led Seneca with three hits and Kayla French, Grace Johnson, and Kaden McKnight each had two, while Beville, Chaney Platner, and Sierra Lannon each rounded out the Lady Indians' dozen hits with one apiece.

McKnight drove in four runs and Lannon brought home a pair of Lady Indians, while French, Johnson, and Beard all drove in single runs. The trio of Johnson, Mady Dunbar, and McKnight each scored twice, while the quartet of French, Beard, Platner, and Gracie Heckart each scored once.

Johnson hit a pair of doubles and McKnight and Beard each collected a two-bagger.

Seneca improved to 12-8 overall this season entering Monday's game against Newton County rival Neosho. The Lady Indians started their season 1-5 and that means they are 11-3 over their last 14 games with victories over McDonald County and Monett.

Seneca earned the No. 2 seed for the upcoming Class 3, District 12 tournament in Aurora and the Lady Indians play the winner of Monett-Aurora in the semifinals on Thursday. Monett is the defending Class 3 state champion.