In its final regular season game at home, the Yukon softball team took care of business as it honored its five seniors on senior night.
The Millerettes beat Edmond Santa Fe 9-0 to improve to 19-6-1 and close with a second-place finish in the district standings.
Bre Johnson, Amanda Davis, Kenadi Hamilton, Annabell Provence and Riley Yell were honored prior to the game for senior night and it was Johnson who stole the show.
The senior pitched four scoreless innings and earned two hits and three RBIs on a three-run home run in the first inning to put Yukon ahead for good.
The Millerettes finished with 14 hits and six RBIs. Following Johnson was her younger sister McKenna, who had three hits and Hannah Hurtz also with three hits. Brooklin Mathers and Jordan Schlarb each had one hit and one RBI. Ashlyn Bruce had one RBI and Parker Moore, Kaylee Witt, Provence and A.J. Rayburn each had one hit.
Kaylee Bradley relieved Johnson in the fifth inning and pitched the final three allowing no runs on two hits with no walks and no strikeouts.
Yukon will close the season at 6:30 p.m. Thursday when the Millerettes travel to Southmoore for a regional tune-up.