With the weather cooperating Wednesday afternoon, the conditions were perfect for some postseason slow pitch softball at Sulphur High School.
The Lady Bulldogs were joined by Plainview and Dickson as each team looked to punch its ticket to the regional tournament next week.

Plainview 3 Dickson 1
In an unusually low scoring game by slow pitch standards, the Lady Indians managed to do just enough in their opening round game against the Dickson Lady Comets.
Plainview didn’t make the breakthrough until the top of the sixth inning when Brooklyn Storts hit an RBI single up the middle, scoring Billye Lester to make it 1-0.
Brooklyn Bloomfield then hit a fly ball, which resulted in an error allowing a run to score to make it 2-0 for the Lady Indians.
Dickson got a run back in the bottom of the sixth when Stacey Ned hit a sacrifice fly RBI.
Payton Garrett though gave the Lady Indians an insurance run in the top of the seventh with an RBI single to center field.
Bryttni Gardner took the loss on the mound for the Lady Comets, while Storts got the win for the Lady Indians.
Sulphur 12
Dickson 0 F/6
There was little suspense in the second game of the tournament as the host Lady Bulldogs eliminated Dickson in six innings via run rule.
Sulphur struck first with four runs in the top of the third and fourth innings, before adding four more in the top of the sixth.
Ashley Bivins made it 1-0 for Sulphur with an RBI bloop single through the infield, before Bekkah Turner slapped a two-RBI triple to right field, putting the Lady Bulldogs up 3-0.
A sacrifice fly RBI by Abby Beck finished the scoring in the third for Sulphur.
Makenna Mobly made it a 5-0 lead with her RBI bloop single to the opposite field to start the fourth.

Savannah Ashford then collected a two-RBI triple to right field to make it a 7-0 advantage.
Bivins made it 8-0 with an RBI single to center field in the fourth.
Abby Beck got a two-RBI triple of her own in the sixth off the right field wall, before Payton Szalaj hit an RBI single to right. She later scored the final run of the game on a throw following a single from Bayleigh Simon.
Ashford took the win on the mound for Sulphur, while Bryttni Gardner took the loss for Dickson.

Sulphur 10 Plainview 0 F/5
Sulphur flexed its offensive and defensive muscles in the first game of the championship series, with a run rule victory over the Lady Indians in five innings.
Abby Beck put the Lady Bulldogs on top with a two-RBI double to center in the bottom of the first.
Beck would later score off an error in the outfield on a pop fly hit by Payton Szalaj to make it 3-0.
An RBI groundout from Kenzi Ruth made it 4-0 in the bottom of the second inning, before another two-RBI hit from Beck, this one a single to right field, made it 6-0 for the Lady Bulldogs.
Savannah Ashford increased the lead to 7-0 in the bottom of the fourth with an RBI triple to center, before Ashley Bivins hit an RBI triple of her own to right field, putting Sulphur ahead 8-0.
Ashlie Hedemann made it 9-0 with an RBI double, before Szalaj finished the scoring with an RBI which resulted in an error allowing a run to score.
Brooklyn Storts took the loss on the mound for the Lady Indians, while Ashford got the win in the circle for Sulphur.

Sulphur 10 Plainview 0 F/5
It was a different game, but the same scoreline as the Lady Bulldogs clinched the district title, finishing off a solid tournament with another run-rule victory.
Ashlie Hedemann put Sulphur ahead with an RBI single in the bottom of the first, before Abby Beck made it 4-0 with a three-RBI triple in the bottom of the third inning.
Payton Szalaj made it 5-0 with an RBI single off a hard ground ball in the third, before Makenna Mobly brought the score to 6-0 with an RBI single to center field off a line drive.
Savannah Ashford would later draw a bases loaded walk allowing Haley Keith to score, before Mobly scored following another bases loaded walk to Ashley Bivins, making it an 8-0 advantage.
Szalaj registered an RBI groundout in the fourth to make it 9-0, before Mobly hit an RBI single to center to finish the scoring.
Sulphur will learn where it will be playing in the regional tournament this weekend.