The Mineral County High girls softball team split a doubleheader at Carlin on Saturday despite scoring a total of 38 runs in the two-game set.

The Serpents fell 14-13 in game one before rebounding to win the second game, 25-17.

Mineral County banged out a total of 13 hits in the first game, led by Alexis Inman who had three of them. McKenna Cardenas, Perla Gutierrez and Amyah Boyd each finished with two hits, while Jerzi Moody-Isom went 1-for-4 with a home run in the loss.

Faith Hamabata-Davis, Juliet Hernandez and Boyd recorded four hits each in game two and Hernandez finished with five RBIs in a game that saw the Serpents score 13 runs in the fifth inning.

The offense couldn’t carry over to Tuesday, however, as the girls fell to Pyramid Lake 12-2 at home.

Mineral County (5-11-1, 1-3) now sits in third place in the 1A Northern Conference and plays at Bishop Union today before hosting Smith Valley for two on Saturday.