Marceline Tiger pitcher Maycee Edgar posted a dominant victory in Schuyler County on Tuesday night, allowing just four hits and striking out five as the Tigers steamrolled the Rams 14-0 in a game truncated by run rule.

Though the Tigers had scored only one of their runs entering the third, Marceline busted the game open in that inning with a five-hit, five-run explosion. Marceline crossed three more runners in the fourth, and scored its final five in the top of the fifth on six hits.

Marceline finished the game with 15 hits, including a 3-4 performance from senior first baseman Darcy Dorrell. She knocked in three Tiger runs, highlighted by a two-run shot to centerfield in the fifth inning. Baylee Jobson also finished with three runs batted in in a 3-4 outing which included a two-run dinger in the third inning to get the Tigers rolling.

Edgar stroked a pair of doubles, and sophomore centerfielder Abbey Kussman was 2-3 with a couple of extra base hits.

The Tigers committed only one defensive error, and it came in the first inning. Schuyler County was attributed six errors. Four of them were in the top of the fourth.

Marceline travels to Paris for a 5 p.m. start on Tuesday.