SULPHUR — For the first time since 2013, the Anacoco Lady Indians are in the final four.

SULPHUR — For the first time since 2013, the Anacoco Lady Indians are in the final four.

Annabelle Sellers pitched six strong innings, while teammate Korie Kreps earned the save as the fourth-seeded Lady Indians downed the fifth-ranked Zwolle Hawks in the Class B quarterfinals on Thursday at Frasch Park, 2-0.

With the victory, the Lady Indians improved to 18-5 overall and will face the top-ranked Holden Lady Rockets, who beat Pitkin in another Class B quarterfinal, 5-0.

The game was a stalemate for the first four innings as Sellers and Zwolle counterpart Kelsey Belle Etheridge continued to hang zeroes on the board.

Entering the fifth inning, the Lady Hawks still couldn't find a way to connect off of Sellers, failing to score in the frame.

But in the bottom of the frame, Anacoco broke through.

Shelby Welch singled to open the frame and eventually reached third when Magen Runnels reached on an error.

Kreps stepped up to the plate and delivered a sacrifice fly to the outfield, scoring Welch from third base to give Anacoco a 1-0 advantage.

A couple of pitches later, Sellers wrapped a hard-hit ball to the outfield, scoring Runnels to push Anacoco out to a 2-0 advantage.

Sellers shut down the Lady Hawks in the top of the sixth inning and Kreps entered to pitch in the seventh, recording the final three outs to earn the save.

Sellers fanned 11 batters en route to tossing a one-hitter, while Kreps struck out one in her inning of work.

The Lady Indians made the most of their six hits, with Sellers garnering two of them, plus an RBI. Runnels, Welch, Cammy Hooks and Kinsley Blakeway also had singles in the contest.

Etheridge suffered the loss, giving up two runs on six hits with seven strikeouts. The lone Lady Hawk hit came from Justice Howard in the top of the fifth inning.

In other action involving teams from Vernon Parish, the ninth-ranked Simpson Lady Broncos took an early lead, but fell to the top-seeded Plainview Lady Hornets in the Class C quarterfinals, 3-1, while the ninth-seeded Pitkin Lady Tigers dropped a tough decision to the top-seeded Lady Rockets of Holden, 5-0.