WOODVILLE - Leading 10-2 in the bottom of the sixth, the Lakota girls' softball team appeared to be heading towards its first win of the season.
Things changed drastically for the Raiders, though, as with one out in the inning, Woodmore went to work and made an amazing comeback to earn a 13-10 win over Lakota on Wednesday.
Alex Moreno punched a single to right field with a runner on base and a walk by Maddion Strickland loaded the bases for the Wildcats.
The Wildcats drew a walk from Kenzie Nighswander to plate a run before Sydni Buhrow singled to make it 10-3.
Katelynn Marshall followed with a single of her own bringing home all three runners on base cutting the lead to 10-6.
Marshall sprinted home on a wild pitch with Macie Mellons at the plate.
An error by the Raiders allowed Mellons to reach first setting up Woodmore's eight run of the game as Kayla Bosh crushed a double to center.
Woodmore's next batter singled to drive in Bosh as Lakota clung to a 10-9 lead.
The lead quickly disappeared on the batter as Brooke Allen spanked a home-run to center giving the Wildcats an 11-10 advantage.
Woodmore would tack on two more runs in the inning to go on for the win.
The Raiders grabbed an early lead in the first inning on a double by Olivia Harden which drove in Maddie Bowling.
Racquel Kirian would later push Lakota's lead to 2-0 in the opening inning.
After a run by Woodmore in the bottom of the fourth, making it 2-1 Lakota, the Raiders would respond with seven fifth innings runs.
Harden led the Raiders with three hits and two RBIs while Jenna Ranzenberger, Emilee Roper, and Kirian each had two hits for Lakota.
Harden took the loss for Lakota.
For Woodmore, Buhrow pitched all seven innings, and while giving up ten hits, Buhrow stayed strong and picked up the victory.
Buhrow also had three hits in the contest and drove home two runs while Marshall, Thatcher Maddie, Moreno, and Allen each had two for the Wildcats.