Olympia rallied to defeat Shelton, 7-3, on Friday evening in 4A Narrows League fastpitch, improving the Bears' record to 4-0.
Olympia, which trailed the Highclimbers 2-0, picked up three wins this week, outscoring opponents 33-7.
Against Shelton, Olympia scored two runs on Tiana McLean’s infield single that hit sharply off the second baseman to highlight a four-run rally in the third inning.
Gabby Braniff and Marie Beagle had RBI singles in that decisive third inning for the Bears.
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Mackenzie Loete picked up the win as she struck out five, scattered six hits and didn’t allow a walk.
“Mackenzie did a good job,” Olympia coach Matt Loes said. “She’s a tall, lanky girl. She throws hard, and her changeup is getting better.”
Braniff went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Nikki Schroeder and Beagle also had two hits each.
The win capped an impressive week for Olympia, which blanked crosstown rival Capital, 10-0, and beat Mount Tahoma, 16-4.
The Bears play South Kitsap on Monday.
“Our offense has been playing well,” Loes said.
Olympia 12, Shelton 1: Trailing 1-0 after two innings, the Bears pushed across three runs in the third inning and five more in the fourth to open an 8-1 lead on the way to beating the Wolves.
Olympia scored four more in the fifth to win in five innings.
Cabe Reiten went 2-for-2 for Olympia and drove in a run. Gabe Padukiewicz drove in three runs on two hits, and Casey Thorpe homered for the Bears.
Black Hills 13, Centralia 3: Drew Devoe doubled twice and singled to drive in three runs, sparking the Wolves’ lopsided win over the Tigers.
Tom Turner singled three times for Black Hills, which jumped out to a 5-0 lead after two innings.
Black Hills also outhit the Tigers 15-4.