Morrison starting pitcher Hannah Linder delivers a pitch during the first inning of Fulton's win over the Fillies at Drives Park on Tuesday afternoon.

The Steamers entered Tuesday afternoon on their worst stretch of the season after suffering three straight defeats.

They are back in the win column.

Fulton pounced early with nine runs in the first two innings and snapped the skid with a 12-2 victory in the local showdown at Drive’s Park.

The Steamers plated six runs in the first inning behind RBIs from Emily Banker, Liz Fish, Rylee Leitzen and Maddie Hodge.

Fulton coach Jessie Rosenow said it was nice to see her team, who started 5-1 this season, revert back to its winning ways.

“It’s nice to come off a slump like that and we came back from Easter break focused at practice yesterday,” Rosenow said. “We executed it well today.”

Fish ended 3-for-3 with three RBI while Leitzen (four RBI) and Kylee Sweenie both pitched in a pair of hits.

Ally Curley threw four innings in the circle, allowing two earned runs in three hits.