Sophomore Jennifer Collins collected four base hits and drove in six runs, while the Seward County Community College pitching staff didnít allow an earned run during the Lady Saints 10-0 (six innings) and 2-1 Jayhawk West Conference and Division I Region VI doubleheader sweep over Barton County Community College on Friday afternoon in Great Bend, Kan. The Lady Saints secured second place in the Jayhawk West and have now won four straight games. SCCC improves to 34-17 overall, 13-3 in the Jayhawk West and to 16-4 in Region VI play. Barton County drops to 22-29 overall, 5-9 in conference play and to 8-10 in the Region VI.

Seward County will host Neosho County Community College (13-28, 6-14) on Saturday and Sunday in both teamsí final regular season games of the season. The Lady Panthers compete in the Jayhawk East Conference, but will battle the Lady Saints in a four-game Division I Region VI series at Lady Saints Softball Field with both days starting at 1 p.m.

Game one against Barton County was highlighted by the pitching of freshman standout Courtney Auger and the hitting of Collins. Auger pitched yet another complete game for SCCC, notching nine strikeouts and allowing four base hits and one walk.

Collins sparked the Lady Saintsí offense going 3-for-4 with two doubles and a home run. She led all players with five RBI in the first game on Friday.

Several SCCC players added to the offensive firepower in game one with freshman Alicia Gonzales (3-for-4), sophomore Melissa St. Clair (2-for-3), sophomore Rachel Adaza (3-for-4) and freshman Tasia McEntire (2-for-4) all tallying multi-hit games to help lead the team to 15 hits in the six innings of play.

In game two, Collins delivered a RBI single to center field in the first inning to score freshman Jamie Gilbert to give the Lady Saints an early 1-0 lead. Neither team would score again until the seventh inning when nine-hole batter Sarah Longoria picked up a clutch two-out RBI single to center field scoring McEntire.

Seward County held onto its lead in the bottom of the seventh inning as freshman Cara Russell finished her complete-game gem allowing just one run as the final out of the game was recorded. Russell pitched seven innings allowing three hits, one run (unearned) and one walk with a strikeout.