Anja Gnos and Chawndra Craig collected two base hits and Haylie Hudson pitched a complete as Sisters High School's varsity softball team ended the season with a come-from-behind win over La Pine.
The 14-8 victory was the Outlaws second of the season and enabled them to escape the Sky-Em League cellar. Sisters finished 2-13 in league, whereas La Pine completed its league games 1-14. Overall, the Outlaws were 2-21. The other victory was also against La Pine.
SHS Coach Cierra Jones said the key to the game occurred with a momentum change in the fifth inning when Hudson turned in a fielding gem that led to a double play.
Hudson scattered four hits in gaining her second victory of the season.
Prior to picking up the win over La Pine on the final day of the season, the youthful Outlaws lost to Junction City, 13-5, and to La Pine, 7-6.
Sweet Home and Elmira tied for the Sky-Em League title with 13-2 won-loss records, while Junction City was third at 9-6. All three will advance to the postseason.