OCALA--The College of Central Florida softball improved to 17-0 with a sweep of Indian River State in a matchup of the top two teams in the state poll.
Top-ranked CF used a five-run effort in the ninth inning to claim a 10-6 win after a 6-1 victory over the Pioneers.
In the opener, Kalen McGill shut down No. 2 Indian River, as she didn't allow an earned run and gave up just two hits in going the distance.
From there, the Patriots got a battle from the Pioneers in the second game, before Brooke Harris delivered the go-ahead RBI double during the five-run effort in the ninth inning.
Indian River sent the game into extra innings with a run in the bottom of the seventh, before both teams scored once in the eighth.
Harris then delivered the go-ahead hit in the ninth, which started an onslaught for CF, who survived a season-high five errors to win.
Wise (1-for-3, run scored, RBI), Cullop (1-for-5, run scored), Barlow (1-for-5, two RBI, two runs scored, home run), Hill (3-for-4, run scored, RBI), Caley Nix (2-for-5, RBI) and Enter (1-for-4, run scored, RBI, double) led the way for CF at the plate in the second game.