Onalaska would not be denied after a long road trip to Stevenson, thumping the Bulldogs, 6-0, in 2B Central League South Division action on Monday.
The victory ends a two-match losing streak for the Loggers, which included a 2-1 loss to Toledo on Oct. 6 and a 2-0 loss to Kalama on Oct. 11.
After combining for just a single goal in those previous two matches, the Loggers’ scoring drought came to a resounding end. Five different Loggers knocked in goals against the Bulldogs Monday, highlighted by Callie Lawerence’s brace.
Brooklyn Sandridge started the scoring barrage off in just the second minute, while Cece Russ scored in the 21st and Kaiyah Sandridge got hers in the 33rd. Lawrence nabbed her first goal in the 41st, off an assist from Kaiyah Sandridge.
Yuliana Escalera scored in the 48th from an assist by Russ, then Lawrence notched her brace in the 62nd minute to cap the scoring.
The Loggers were an efficient 6 for 9 shooting on target for the day.
Onalaska (8-3, 4-2 south division) travels to Winlock for a 6 p.m. match on Wednesday.