MUNISING - Nothing but Andersons on the pitching rubber was bad news for the Munising High School softball team on Monday afternoon.
Negaunee's Adena and Rosalie Anderson pitched all 12 innings as the Miners swept a doubleheader in Munising, 9-3 and 19-0.
Freshman Adena Anderson pitched all seven innings of the opener, scattering nine hits and walking one while striking out seven.
She also went three innings in the nightcap, though it was sophomore Rosalie Anderson who got the win during her two innings as she didn't allow a run while giving up just one hit and four walks and fanning one.
Jenna Hach worked on the mound throughout for Munising, recording six strikeouts.
Negaunee had just one multi-run rally in the opener, getting five runs in the second as Taylor Ring led off with a hit and was followed by Erin King, Jayda Johnson and Rosalie Anderson with RBI singles before Courtney Waara knocked in two runs with her own single.
Munising got two back in the seventh on hits by Hach, Terri Bond and Lily Robinson.
The Miners (14-7) scored at least three runs in all five innings of Game 2, getting two hits apiece from Waara, Amanda Washnock, Alley Nelson, Ashley Anderson and Rosalie Anderson.
Robinson, Courtney Petosky and Megan Watson had Munising's hits.
Negaunee travels today to play Houghton in a doubleheader starting at 4 p.m.