The Little 4 champion Hoopa Warriors closed out league play with two more wins in softball on Tuesday, defeating Ferndale 11-0 and 20-1.
Sisters Savannah and Tatianna Colegrove combined to allow just one hit in the circle all day, as the Warriors improved to 11-1 in the Little 4 and 17-4 overall.
Savannah got the start in game one and threw a no-hitter, while striking out 11 and walking six, with Tatianna getting the start in game two and allowing just one hit and three walks and striking out five.
Both players also had big days at the plate, as did Nalani Colegrove.
After hitting a double in game one, Nalani finished 3-for-4 in game two with a home run and two more doubles.
Bella Valentine, Diamond Bibancos and Nae-Rew Martin each also had two hits in game one, including a triple by Martin and a double by Bibancos.
Martin added a double in game two, while Diamond and Jewely Bibancos each had a hit, as did Rianna Bain.
The Warriors have now won six straight and 15 of their last 17 games.
Next up, the Hoopa girls will host Eureka on Thursday at 4 p.m., before closing out the regular season at Clear Lake on Monday.