Venturing on the road last Thursday, Fairbury came home with 10-2 win against Schuyler.
After a slow start in the first two innings with the game tied at 1-all, the Lady Jeffs took charge plating six runs in the top of the third inning for a 7-1 advantage.
"This was a good win by the team. The girls picked up 10 hits in the game after not hitting the ball very sharp in the first two innings," Lady Jeffs coach Taylor Biehl said.
"Overall, I was pleased with the win, even though we didn't play as sharp as we have in our previous games," Biehl remarked.
Anna Mach earned the win on the mound as she tossed a no-hitter while striking out four.
Fairbury's offense included Michaela Barber, single, triple, Sydnie Schmidt, single, Michaela Schroeder, single, Jensen Cromer, double, two singles, Ashton Feldkamp, single, Tiffany Talkington, double, and Chelsea Sasse singled.