The Bartlett softball team is on a roll again.
The Hawks ran roughshod over their competition this weekend in winning the Mustang Stampede at Rolling Meadows and running their win streak to 5 straight. They have now won 11 of their last 12 games as well.
After beating Lane Tech Friday night, Bartlett beat Glenbrook South 15-3 in five innings in the semifinals, then handed Geneva a 9-2 thumping in Saturday night's championship game. In the three games this weekend, the Hawks (19-5) outscored their opponents 29-4 and had 39 hits.
"Right now we're locked in," said Bartlett coach Jim Wolfsmith. "We're hitting the ball and we're dialed in at the plate."
In the title game, Kayla Haberstich went 3-for-4 with 2 runs scored, a double, triple, home run and 4 RBI. Katie Fornoff added a triple, Senior Holly Pagan was 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI and Amy Johnson had a double.
Pagan (13-4) earned the win, allowing just 3 hits with 4 strikeouts. She also won the semifinal game, pitching 2 innings and allowing 1 hit.
"Holly's pitching a good game right now," Wolfsmith said. "I like the way my team is playing right now."
Haberstich, Johnson (3-for-3, 5 RBI), Dana Paul and freshman Elyse Hickey each hit home runs in the semifinal win, while Fornoff was 3-for-4 with a double and Alex Morales was 2-for-2 with an RBI.
St. Edward 6, Elgin 3: Jasmine Deleon was 3-for-4 with a double, triple and 5 RBI to lead the Green Wave (10-8) to a nonconference win. Ryann Scully (2-for-3, 2 doubles) and Allison Stratman (2B) also contributed to the offense for St. Edward. Lindsay Zdroik was the winning pitcher, allowing 6 hits with 11 strikeouts. For Elgin (10-11) losing pitcher Sabrina Stockman had a triple and 2 RBI and Destiny West a double and an RBI.