Thunder Mountain's Sarah Jenkins slides into home plate as Juneau-Douglas catcher Morgan Balovich reaches for the ball on Wednesday.

Thunder Mountain's Sarah Jenkins slides into home plate as Juneau-Douglas catcher Morgan Balovich reaches for the ball on Wednesday.

Echiverri’s 3-run HR carries TMHS

It’s been a big week for Thunder Mountain High School softball.

TMHS got another win against Juneau-Douglas High School on Wednesday night, notching only their second win in program history against the Crimson Bears with the 9-1 victory.

The Falcon’s first win against JDHS came just a day earlier with a 7-1 victory Tuesday night.

Wednesday’s game remained scoreless until the fourth when senior Taylor Beardslee broke it open with a solo homer to center field.

The Falcons added two more in the fifth off a single by junior Alondra Echiverri and a double by senior Makayla Harp before JDHS got a run back in the bottom of that inning with a double by sophomore Elisa Fabrello.

Echiverri blasted a three-run homer to left field that sent the Falcons up 6-1 in the sixth inning to put the game out of reach. Echiverri was a perfect 4-4 from the plate Wednesday. The Falcons added three more runs in the seventh to close scoring.

Senior Falcon Taylor Beardslee pitched another seven innings on Wednesday, throwing an efficient 64 strikes in 87 pitches that included three strikeouts.

Sophomore Crimson Bear Leah Spargo threw 130 pitches for 83 strikes and four strikeouts in the loss.

JDHS’ record dropped to 5-4 while TMHS is now 6-2 on the season.

Crimson Bears pitcher Leah Spargo throws a pitch against Thunder Mountain on Wednesday.

Crimson Bears pitcher Leah Spargo throws a pitch against Thunder Mountain on Wednesday.