Through three games this season, the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs slow pitch team hasn’t faced many close calls.

Through three games this season, the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs slow pitch team hasn’t faced many close calls.

However, win number four Tuesday night was one the ladies in red had to work just a little extra for.

Down 12-9 in the sixth, the Plainview Lady Indians fought back to tie the game at 12-12.

Sulphur though managed to score five runs in the top of the eighth, then hold off a late Plainview rally as the Lady Bulldogs moved to 4-0 on the season with a 17-15 victory at the Plainview softball complex.

Kyra Treadwell gave Plainview the lead in the first with an RBI single, before Leah Selensky scored on an error.

Shaken Mershon though had other ideas in the third as she put Sulphur in front with a three-run home run to center field.

Plainview struck back in the bottom of the inning when Treadwell and Katelyn Rozzell brought home three total runs with a pair of RBI hits before Stephanie McKinney made it 6-3 with an RBI single.

It was all square again in the top of the fourth when RBI groundouts from Ashley Bivens and Hope Dickerson along with an RBI single from Briley Miner gave the Lady Bulldogs back the momentum.

Plainview brought the boom in the bottom of the fourth when Brooklyn Storts and Selensky hit back-to-back home runs, with Storts registering a two-run shot to center, putting the Lady Indians up 9-6.

In the top of the fifth, Mershon went yard again with a solo home run to center, before Kenzi Ruth brought home a pair of runs to tie the game at 9-9.

Makella Mobly then put Sulphur in the lead with an RBI single.

Haley Keith made it 12-9 for Sulphur in the sixth with a two-RBI single.

Storts struck again with a three-run home run to tie the game in the sixth for Plainview.

In extra innings, back-to-back RBI triples from Kenzi Ruth and Mobly made it 14-12 for Sulphur.

Meredith Jones added another run off a hard ground ball resulting in an error.

Hits from Dickerson and Miner finished off the inning for Sulphur, leaving them with a 17-12 lead.

Treadwell and Lexi Hackney teamed up to make it 17-14 in the bottom of the eighth, before Chasey Rexwinkle made it 17-15 on an RBI single.

However, the Lady Indians rally was snuffed out as Sulphur held on for the win.

Storts took the loss on the mound for Plainview, allowing 19 hits on four walks.

Miner got the win on the mound for Sulphur, registering one strikeout while allowing 21 hits.

Sulphur (4-0) is at the Washington tournament on Thursday against Newcastle at 10 a.m. while Plainview (1-3) will host Dickson on Thursday beginning at 4:30 p.m.