The Corsairs split a softball doubleheader at Mendocino on Thursday, winning game one 3-1 and dropping the nightcap 10-2.
Lindsey Scott pitched the win, scattering nine hits and striking out one, while walking just a single batter.
The former Logger got plenty of help from a defense that did not commit an error for the third straight game.
At the plate, Amy Reyes continued her impressive start to the season with five hits on the day, including going 3-for-4 with an RBI in the opener.
Also in game one, Sadie Wilkinson was 2-for-2 and Samantha Caughie 2-for-3, while Paige Johnson and Karyn Jensen each also had a hit.
Scott shut out the home team through the opening five innings.
In game two, Reyes and Grace Rosebrook each went 2-for-3, the only four hits the Corsairs managed.
Jaycee Morais took the loss in the circle, as the Eagles broke open a tight game with seven runs in the third.
The Corsairs, who had one error in game two, are now 3-2 and will play a doubleheader at Cabrillo on Friday.