Amanda May stands at the plate during the second inning of Oneida's softball win over Clarkrange Tuesday, April 1, 2014. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett)
Amanda May stands at the plate during the second inning of Oneida's softball win over Clarkrange Tuesday, April 1, 2014. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett)

A 6-run first inning set the tone for Oneida's 12-0 softball win over Clarkrange at Bear Creek Sports Complex Tuesday afternoon.

The Lady Indians needed just 3.5 innings to complete the non-district win, which was called due to TSSAA's run rule.

A two-run double by Micah Stephens got things started for Oneida, as Tesla Huling and Kennedi Reed scored after each reaching base on a single.

Ali Neal and Jasmine Jones followed by reaching base on balls before Presley West's two-run single scored Stephens and Neal to give the Lady Indians a 4-0 lead.

Presley West and Shyann West would score on a Jenna Bridges hit before the first inning ended.

Clarkrange managed to get one aboard in the top of the second, but left the runner stranded. That set the stage for more Oneida offense. Reed and Stephens led off the bottom of the second with base hits, and both would score. Neal also reached base on balls, while Jones had an RBI single and also scored, on an RBI single by Amanda May. Bridges scored May on an RBI single before the inning ended with Oneida up 11-0.

The Lady Indians' final run came in the bottom of the third, when Reed scored after reaching base on a leadoff single.