For the second time in her last two outings, Ally Hecht did her thing in the pitcher's circle.
Edison's senior pitcher threw a one-hitter in Tuesday's Sunset League opener against rival Fountain Valley and, combined with 11 strikeouts, paved the way in a 9-3 victory over the visiting Barons.
At the Woodbridge Tournament Monday, Hecht also pitched a one-hitter and fanned nine in taming El Modena.
In Tuesday's win over Fountain Valley, the Chargers had plenty of offensive firepower. Juniors Megan Feuerstein and Madison Hickman both went three for four with two runs batted in, sophomore Karley Wester went three for four with three runs scored and junior Jessica Plaza hit a three-run home run.
Edison started play Saturday at the Woodbridge Tournament and won its first two games, beating Tesoro, 11-1, in five innings, and Corona, 9-2. On Monday, the Chargers shut down El Modena, 6-0, in a quarterfinal round game that went six innings. In addition to Hecht's one-hitter, Feurestein and junior Casey Africano both hit solo home runs.