Lecretia Robbins catches an infield fly ball for an out during the fourth inning of Oneida's win over Oakdale at Bear Creek Sports Complex Monday, April 22, 2013. Looking on is Breanna Bell. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett. Click to purchase.)
Lecretia Robbins catches an infield fly ball for an out during the fourth inning of Oneida's win over Oakdale at Bear Creek Sports Complex Monday, April 22, 2013. Looking on is Breanna Bell. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett. Click to purchase.)

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Oneida won three games over a stretch of four days ending Monday to improve its overall record to 15-3 and remain on top in District 4-A play.

The Lady Indians were a perfect 7-0 in district play going into the second game of a two-game series at Oakdale Tuesday afternoon.

Oneida defeated the Lady Eagles 16-1 in the first game of the series Monday at Bear Creek Sports Complex.

Five runs in the second and third innings, and four runs in the fourth, propelled the Lady Indians to the win.

Jenna Bridges and Breanna Bell earned runs in the first inning, with Kennedi Reed adding an RBI.

In the second, runs were scored by Bridges, Bell, Presley West, Shyann West and Lecretia Robbins, with Reed adding a second RBI.

Third inning runs came from Bridges, Bell, Jasmine Jones, Amanda May and West, with RBIs from Bridges, May and Shalyn Lay.

In the fourth, Bell, Reed, West and Robbins scored runs, with Reed and Jones adding RBIs.

May earned the win, pitching all five innings.

On Saturday, Oneida defeated Monticello, 16-5.

An eight-run fourth inning broke a tight game open for the Lady Indians, who added an additional four insurance runs in the sixth to force the run rule and end the game one inning early.

Reed scored four runs for Oneida, while Bridges and Bell had three runs each. Jones, May, Lay, Presley West, Shyann West and Robbins all scored runs as well.

Earlier in the day Saturday, Oneida defeated Clinton County (Ky.), 8-2.

Bridges, Reed and Jones all scored runs in a three-run first inning for Oneida, while Bridges, Jones and May scored runs in the fifth inning. Bridges would score another run in the sixth, accompanied by a run from Shyann West.

Oneida is scheduled to host Harriman today (Thursday) at 5:30 p.m. at Bear Creek and will travel to Anderson County tomorrow.

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