Frazier struck out 11 batters and retired the last 13 Chelsea hitters in the game.
“I knew I couldn't make a tiny mistake because anything could turn into a run and lose this ballgame,” she said. “It's a lot of pressure, but you want the pressure. It makes you better.”
Frazier kept the Indians in the game.
“It's no secret Andee is the biggest reason why we have been ranked No. 1,” Bread said. “She is just a tremendous player. It's been great to have her on the team for four years.”
BIG DAYS AT THE PLATE
Payton Walker homered, doubled, singled and was also the winning pitcher in Hammon's 10-3 win over Maud. ... Lauren Trimmer was 4-for-4 with a triple and knocked in five runs as Roff belted Welch, 10-3.
The top-ranked 2A team, Drumright, escaped a bases-loaded, two-out jam in the seventh, then scored the winning run in the eighth to defeat Stroud 3-2.
Courtney Stucks' RBI double scored Stephanie Ledgerwood with the game-winner.
BLUEBIRD PACES SEQUOYAH-TAHLEQUAH
Jessie Bluebird allowed one hit and struck out six in six-plus innings, and Megan Towie went 2-for-4 with two RBIs to lead Sequoyah-Tahlequah past Kellyville 5-1.
Bluebird retired 12 straight batters in one stretch and didn't allow a hit until Tori Record's RBI double in the seventh.
Kara Linch went 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored for the Indians, while Jakkie Wright tripled and scored off Kellyville starter Melinda Ennis during a two-run third inning.