Sometimes in softball you need a little bit of luck.

Sometimes in softball you need a little bit of luck.

Over the last 13 games, the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs have gotten plenty of luck, and then some.

Tuesday afternoon the ladies in red and white claimed their 23rd victory of the season, and got a measure of revenge with a 13-5 victory at home over Washington, avenging a loss from earlier this year in the Murray County Bash tournament.

The victory also ran the Lady Bulldogs current win streak to 13 games in a row. 

After allowing four runs in the top of the third, Sulphur came back with three of its own in the bottom half of the inning. 

Makella Mobly got an RBI groundout to score Paisley Runyan, before Abby Beck stepped up and collected a two-RBI triple to right field, making it a 4-3 contest. 

Kinlee Duck gave the Lady Bulldogs the lead with a two-RBI double to center in the bottom of the fourth, before Beck once again came through, this time with a two-run home run to center.

Runyon and Mobly continued the offensive output in the fourth inning as each hit an RBI single to make it 9-4. 

Meredith Jones made it 10-4 with an RBI single in the bottom of the fifth, just before Shallen Mershon smashed a three-run homer to center field, putting the Lady Bulldogs ahead 13-4. 

Washington got one run back in the top of the seventh, but wouldn’t produce anymore offense. 

Blakelyn Barber took the win on the mound, throwing five innings. She allowed one earned run on five hits with two walks and six strikeouts.

Harley Beesley started the game and lasted two innings, allowing three earned runs on two hits with four walks and five strikeouts. 

Sulphur (23-5) is back in action at 5 p.m. Thursday against Ardmore on the road.