JACKSBORO — Things were tight for three innings, but a seven-run fourth put Oneida in complete control Thursday evening, and the Lady Indians added six more runs in the fifth for good measure, en route to a 17-2 non-district win over Campbell County.

Oneida started things off with a three-run first inning to give itself a comfortable lead early.

Jenna Bridges reached base on an error to lead off, and quickly scored on Presley West's RBI single to give Oneida a lead it would not relinquish.

West would score as well on an RBI by Micah Stephens. Stephens scored on an RBI single by Jasmine Jones.

Campbell County scored in the top of the second inning, but Oneida answered with a run of its own. Kassidi West led off the inning with a base hit, and scored on an RBI single by Kennedi Reed.

Neither team scored in the third, as Oneida stranded two runners — Tesla Huling and Jones — in scoring position.

In the fourth, Bridges led off with a single and scored on an RBI single by Reed. Reed would go on to score as well, as the Lady Indians went on a roll after Campbell County recorded the second out of the inning.

Huling walked, then scored on an RBI single by Jones. Jones went on to score as well, as did Alli Neal, who reached base on a single. Kassidi West doubled, then scored on an RBI single by Presley West.

The fifth inning went much the same way. Stephens led off with a base hit, followed by a Huling double to give Oneida two runners in scoring position.

Jones scored both Stephens and Huling with a two-run single before Amanda May reached base on a walk. She would go on to score, while Kassidi West reached base on an error and scored her third run of the game. Bridges was hit by a pitch and scored on an RBI by Presley West. West scored on a Campbell County error during Reed's at-bat.

Campbell County scored a run in the bottom of the fifth, but it was not enough to prevent an early call due to the run rule.

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