The McLennan Highlassies swept the Hill Lady Rebels Saturday at Bosque River Ballpark.
MCC took game one 6-2 with Veronica Garcia getting the win in the circle.
Hill began the scoring with two runs in the top of the second inning. Alysia Winn drew a lead off walk. Lauren Ziegler and Ariel Capella both singled to load the bases. Kelsey Brungs walked, bringing Winn in to score. Kailee Carr then walked to score Ziegler.
The Highlassies tied the game with two runs in the bottom of third. Sevanah Campos-Reyes singled and Courtney Mica walked. Kady Crow then reached first safely on a Hill error, loading the bases. Campos-Reyes and Mica both scored on a fly out by Abby White.
MCC took the lead with two runs in the fifth. Campos-Reyes was safe on an error and came around to score on a single by Mica. Taylor Davis then singled, advancing Mica to third. Mica then scored on a passed ball.
The Highlassies added two runs in the sixth. Natali Duron led off with a single and stole second. Audrey Calvo drew a walk. Campos-Reyes followed with a fielder's choice that put Duron out at third. Mica reached safely on an error to load the bases. Davis then singled to score Calvo and Campos-Reyes.
MCC defeated the Lady Rebels 2-1 in the second game with Laura Wilson getting the win.
The Highlassies began the scoring with one run in the first as Crow singled, advanced to third on a single by White and scored on a single by Lena Capps.
Hill tied the game with a run in the third. Blake Tamplen singled and Jessica Price was safe on a Highlassie error. Capella followed with a fielder's choice that put Tamplen out at third. Price then advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on a single by Brungs.
MCC sealed the with with a run in the fifth as Tiffany Birdwell walked, moved to second on a ground out by Davis and scored on a double by Kady Crow.
The Highlassies return to action on Thursday, hosting Vernon for a 1 p.m. doubleheader.
The Cisco Wranglers swept the McLennan Highlanders on Friday in Cisco.
Cisco took game one 7-3 with Trey Wall taking the loss on the mound. Evan Williams led the Highlanders at the plate, going 2-3 with a double and an RBI. Cole Calder also picked up an RBI.
The Wranglers won the nightcap 9-6 with Conner Camacho taking the loss. Kyle Thornell led MCC, going 3-5 with a home run and three RBIs. Zach Valenzuela was 2-5 with two doubles and an RBI. Matt Hilston, Trevor Podsednik and Calder all recorded a double.
MCC returns to action on Monday, traveling to Austin to face the a Concordia University JV for a 2 p.m. doubleheader.