Bethlehem used three big innings to beat Burgin 8-4 Thursday night at Bardstown.
Bethlehem used a 10-hit attack to erase Burgin's early 2-0 lead. The Banshees scored three runs in the third inning on five straight two-out hits, then added two runs in the fifth and three more in the sixth.
Burgin committed five errors, but coach Matt Grimes said they didn't contribute to most of Bethlehem's runs.
"Their runs really came off their hits," Grimes said. "We had nothing to hang our heads about. I thought our girls came out and played a good ballgame.
"Although we still aren't hitting the ball well, I thought there were some positive signs."
Burgin had seven hits, including two by Tiffany Shewmaker. Amanda Carey, Stephanie Stewart, Jessica Allen and Amanda Powell had one hit each.