Pella Christian rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat crosstown rival Pella High Friday night in league play at Pella High.
The Eagles won the opener 7-3 and came back to sweep the Dutch with a big 14-5 win in game two.
Pella fell to 3-14 in Little Hawkeye Conference play with the two losses to PC. The two victories propelled the Eagles to a record of 12-19 overall and to 5-15 in league play,
In the 7-3 win the Eagles trailed 3-0 as Pella scored three runs in the third. In the Dutch half of the third Courtney Thompson drew a walk, Madison Parks ripped a triple to score Thompson.
Ally Almond drew a walk and Madison Rempe hammered a double to score two runs.
The hits by Parks and Rempe in the third proved to be Pella’s only hits of the game.
Danielle Vande Voort earned the pitching decision for PC.
Suffering the loss for the Dutch was Parks.
The Eagles scored five runs in the fifth and two more insurance runs in the seventh.
Chloe Morgan singled to put PC on the board in the fifth. That was followed by Ivy Terpstra with a single driving in two and Emri Agre with a single for a run.
In the seventh PC RBI were by Sierra Pleima and Terpstra.
The Eagles had seven hits in the opener, one each from Natalie Harrill, Morgan, Terpstra, Emerson Sarver, Agre, Anna Bonnett and Pleima.
It was all Pella Christian from the get go in game two.
PC pounded out 15 hits making Cheyanne Collins a winner in the circle as she twirled a 6-hitter at the Dutch.
Each team scored two runs in the first inning. The highlight for the Eagles was a two-run first inning home run by Collins.
Thompson and Almond each had RBI for Pella in the first.
In the second the Eagles tacked on four more runs against starter Ella Corbin.
Parks returned to pitch for Pella in the third but it was too little too late.
PC erupted for five big runs in the fifth to give them a commanding 12-4 lead and they coasted home from there.
Pella had two hits from Parks, and one each from Brynnlin Kroymann, Thompson, Alizabeth Van Dusseldorp and Kylie Tauke.
The sizzling PC bats were ignited by Collins and Terpstra with three hits each while Natalie Harrill, Bonnett and Sydney Nunnikhoven each contributed two hits for the cause.