Leal, Jordan, St. Helens softball catching fire
Lions average 10.3 runs in their last three games
With an 11-7 road win at Wilsonville on Wednesday, St. Helens beat the Northwest Oregon Conference rival Wildcats for the fifth time in a row.
Wilsonville fell to 2-12 overall and 0-4 in the conference.
The Lions (5-7 overall, 3-1) also scorched Parkrose (1-9, 0-2), 12-4, to the same end on Friday, April 8, in Portland.
Taylor Leal swatted three RBIs and Hannah Jordan swung for two more to lift the Lions on Wednesday.
Jordan also pitched seven complete innings for seven hits, four runs and struck out three.
The Lions appeased five errors with 15 hits.
St. Helens, which averages 10.5 runs in its last four games after challenging Class 6A No. 3 Jesuit and Class 5A third-ranked Ridgeview in the last two weeks, is scheduled to host fourth-ranked Sandy at 5 p.m. on Friday.
The Lions have taken three of the last five games from the Pioneers.
St. Helens 12, Parkrose 1
SH 110 421 3 12 15 5
P 100 030 0 4 7 0