The Dexter softball team wrapped up the regular season by winning three of four games last week.
The Dreadnaughts rolled to a pair of blowout wins over Ann Arbor Huron Wednesday, winning 25-0 and 23-9.
Sam Sutton and Taylor Wilson combined for a three-inning perfect game in the opener, not allowing a River Rat baserunner.
The Dreads pounded out 18 hits in the three-inning win, led by Kristy Maitland with three hits and six RBI. Lillie Robeson had three hits and three RBI, Sutton and Jenna Wagenschutz two hits and three RBI, Livvy Mellifont two hits and two RBI, Kylee Niswonger two hits and an RBI, Alexis Haley and Emma Sortor a hit and two RBI each.
Dexter fell behind 6-1 in the second game, but a 10 run fifth inning turned the game around and they went on to the runaway win.
Robeson had four his and three RBI and Sutton four hits and two RBI, Sortor three hits and two RBI, Niswonger two hits and four RBI, and Mellifont two hits and three RBI.
Maddy Stroia earned the win with six strikeouts.
Dexter split a doubleheader with Ypsilanti Lincoln Thursday winning the opener 8-3 and dropping the second 10-1.
Haley ripped a homer and finished with two hits and one RBI to lead the offense. Wagenschutz and Sutton had two hits and an RBI, Robeson and Emily Lance a hit and two RBI, and Niswonger a hit and RBI.
Sutton struck out four for the win.
Lincoln scored in each of the first four inning to take a 9-0 lead and cruised to the win. Mellifont, Haley, and Robeson had the only hits for Dexter.