MYRTLE BEACH, SC- In an impressive double-header performance, the Canfield Cardinals emerged victorious in back-to-back games on Tuesday at North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex, dominating both Pleasure Ridge Park Panthers and Lewisville.

In the first game, Sami Economous showcased her offensive significance, driving in four runs on three hits to lead the Cardinals to a commanding 16-2 victory over the Panthers. Economous ignited the scoring in the third inning with a triple, bringing in two runs, and followed up with a crucial single in the fourth inning, adding two more to the tally.

Canfield wasted no time asserting their dominance as Sydney Lutz’s double in the first inning put them on the scoreboard. Despite a brief tie in the bottom of the first, the Cardinals surged ahead in the second inning with Marina Koenig’s single driving in two runs, setting the tone for the game.

In the circle, Caylee Ortiz delivered a stellar performance for the Cardinals, conceding only two hits and zero earned runs over five innings, securing the win. The Cardinals’ offense was relentless, amassing an impressive 20 hits, with Alexa Ignazio, Koenig, and Economous leading the charge with three hits each.

In the second game, Canfield continued their dominance, shutting out Lewisville with a commanding 10-0 victory. The Cardinals wasted no time establishing their lead, capitalizing on errors in the first inning and extending it further in the second inning with key sacrifices from Caylee Ortiz and Jenna Triveri.

Malena Toth took charge on the mound for the Cardinals, delivering a stellar performance, allowing just two hits over five innings while striking out eight batters.

Triveri emerged as the offensive standout, driving in three runs for the Cardinals, while Toth led the team with two hits in four at-bats. Macey Kalina showcased patience at the plate, drawing two walks, and contributing to the Cardinals’ impressive offensive display.

Defensively, the Cardinals were flawless, committing zero errors, with Leah Figueroa making standout plays with eight chances in the field.

With these impressive victories under their belt, the Canfield Cardinals look ahead to their next challenge against Greenbrier Christian Academy Gators on Wednesday, aiming to maintain their winning momentum.