Sullivan’s offense dazzled in their home opener Thursday, erupting for five straight goals in a 6-1 victory against St. Clair.
In a span of three days, Sullivan’s defense stifled two opponents and nearly pulled off an upset, taking second place at the Lebanon Tournament.
The calendar had flipped past Labor Day and still the softball season remained idle.
Addison Purvis tied her career-high with 18 strikeouts Thursday, launched her third home run of the season and helped Sullivan rumble past Windsor 10-1 in their official home opener.
Blair Oaks was on the ropes Wednesday, but the Lady Falcons strung together a late rally to escape with a 22-25, 25-17, 25-23 victory over Sullivan.