Oneida scored 10 runs in the first inning, then never looked back, defeating Oakdale 17-0 in the opening round of the District 4-A tournament at Bear Creek Friday evening.
Kennedi Reed and Amanda May each had a pair of RBIs and three runs scored, while Jenna Bridges had an RBI and three runs scored. Alli Neal scored three runs as well.
Micah Stephens had two RBIs and a run for the Lady Indians, while Presley West had an RBI and two runs.
Oneida advanced to the second round, to face No. 2 Coalfield on Monday at Bear Creek. The two teams split games last week. Coalfield struggled early in Friday's first round game against No. 7 Sunbright, then won going away, by a final of 14-1.
First pitch is set for 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Bridges, West and Reed each scored two runs in the first inning of Friday's game, as Oneida blasted its way to a 10-0 lead before the first side was retired.
The Lady Indians put five more runs on the board in the second inning, with Tesla Huling leading off with a double and scoring on an RBI double by May. Bridges had an RBI double to score Neal, while Reed had an RBI double to score May. Bridges and Reed would go on to score as well, as Oneida went ahead 15-0.
Oneida's final two runs came in the third inning, with Neal and May each scoring their third runs of the game after reaching base on singles.