Alyssa McKiernan hit two home runs and a double and the Bellarmine Prep softball team rallied with four runs in the top of the seventh inning to win Tuesday at Yelm.
McKiernan finished 4 for 4 at the plate with three runs scored.
She homered her first at-bat in the first inning and added another in the fifth, but Bellarmine went into the seventh trailing 7-5.
Becca Sorenson helped change that. She homered as part of that four-run seventh to give the Lions the edge.
Chelsea Smith earned the win for Bellarmine Prep (4-9; 3-5 4A Narrows), which trails Yelm (9-5; 4-4), Timberline (9-5; 4-4) and Gig Harbor (10-4; 4-4) for the third seed in the 4A Narrows League. Olympia (14-0; 9-0) is atop the league with South Kitsap (5-4; 5-3) in second.
Kentwood 4, Federal Way 3: Kendall Goodwin pitched a complete game and struck out 12 for the Conquerors (8-7; 8-5 4A SPSL North)
The two teams are now tied for the fourth seed out of the 4A SPSL North.
Puyallup 16, Graham-Kapowsin 1: Sophia Bjerk homered and had two RBIs, Emily Ensrud was 2 for 3 with three RBIs and Natalie Joyner was 3 for 4 with three RBIs in the Vikings’ hit parade.
Puyallup (11-5; 8-2 4A SPSL South) moved a half game ahead of Bethel (10-5; 7-2) for the top seed in the 4A SPSL South.
Curtis 9, Spanaway Lake 5: The Vikings looked like they were about to face a loss, when Gilliam Brown hit a homer in the fifth inning and turned things around.
Spanaway Lake (3-13; 0-8 4A SPSL South) led 2-0 until Curtis’ five-run fifth and the Vikings (5-11; 3-5) followed with four runs in the sixth.
Orting 24, Franklin Pierce 2: Kendra Meritt was 4 for 4 with two doubles, five runs, and three RBIs for the Cardinals of Orting (8-3; 7-1 2A SPSL) and Alycia Banna was 4 for 6 with two home runs and four RBIs.
White River 13, Washington 2: Megan Vandegeift went 5 for 5 at plate with a home run and three RBIs for the Hornets (10-1; 9-0 2A SPSL).