The Wewahitchka Jr./Sr. High School softball team has rediscovered its offense since returning last month from a tournament at The Villages, where the Lady Gators went 2-2.
The Lady Gators (17-5) pounded out three more wins over the past week, extending their winning streak to 10 games.
During those 10 games, Wewahitchka has out-scored opponents 95-10.
The latest win, which brought the regular season to a close, came Tuesday at Tallahassee Chiles and a 3-0 shutout of the larger school.
District tournaments begin next week.
Wewahitchka 15, Freeport 0
The Lady Gators collected eight hits, but added 11 additional base runners via walks and Freeport errors.
Haley Guffey was in the circle for Wewahitchka, working just four innings and striking out one in a game called after the fourth based on the mercy rule.
The Lady Gators scored two runs in the first inning, eight in the second, one in the third and the final four in the fourth.
Cyrina Madrid tripled, singled and scored four runs, Gracie Price singled, scored twice and drove in two and Savana Mayhann singled, drove in two and scored twice.
Kristen Thompson and Savannah Lister each singled, scored and drove in a run, Morgan Mayhann was 2 for 2 with an RBI and run-scored and Katie Shealy scored twice and drove in a run.
Aleah Wooten scored twice and drove in a run and Guffey scored and had an RBI.
Wewahitchka 11, Liberty County 4
All but one batter had at least one hit and all but two scored or drove in a run.
The Lady Gators also stole 13 bases in 14 attempts, Price and Wooten both 3 for 3 on the base paths.
Price tripled, doubled and singled, drove in one and scored three times while Madrid was 3 for 5 with a triple and scored twice.
Savana Mayhann drove in two with a single and double, Wooten doubled and scored three times and Morgan Mayhann and Lister each singled, drove in a run and scored.
Guffey singled twice, walked, hit a sacrifice fly and drove in two runs and Thompson singled and had a sacrifice fly, driving in one and scoring one.
Guffey started in the circle and pitched two innings, allowing one hit and one earned run while striking out four and walking two.
Lister took over in relief, tossing five innings and allowing four hits and three runs, just one earned, while striking out eight and walking three.