Madison has outscored its first three opponents, 32-1, at the 16U Babe Ruth Softball World Series in Jensen Beach, Fla.
Madison is the defending champion. Pool play in this year’s tournament began Saturday and Madison is the No. 1 seed based off its run differential.
The Western North Carolina team beat a pair of Massachusetts squads on Sunday, with Hannah Jennings throwing a no-hitter in a 12-0 shutout of Plymouth (Mass.).
Jennings also led Madison with two hits. Kristin Davids, Bailey Cantrell and Sabrina Moorefield drove in two runs apiece.
Samantha Gosnell had 16 strikeouts in a 4-1 win over Pittsfield (Mass.) earlier in the day. Jennings managed a team-high three hits and Gosnell added two. Brooke Vilcinskas led the way with three RBIs.
Savannah Rice pitched a complete game four-hit shutout Saturday when Madison blanked the Aftershock (Texas), 16-0.
The team’s complete roster is Kristin Davids, Sabrina Lunsford, Brooke Vilcinskas, Hannah Jennings, Samantha Gosnell, Ashley Hamlin, Jessie Fox, Brooklyn Franklin, Alexis Nix, Savannah Rice, Sabrina Moorefield and Bailey Cantrell.
The coach is Clifton Hamlin.
The World Series runs through Thursday.