Tolbert struck out seven and walked just one.
The only loss for Midland (8-1) was a 9-7 decision at Lincoln County on March 4. The Knights avenged that loss on Wednesday with an emphatic 13-3 home win over the Panthers and, after taking out another Class AAA contender on Friday, seem to be rolling.
"We just want to play and we want to play to get better," Lunsford said. "By the end of the season I hope we can bring home that state championship. We've been striving for it for a while now. This group of girls works hard and they want it for the whole team.
"All of these are practice games until tournament time."
As Midland has bounced back from its only setback, Garber is hoping to lead his squad to a similar run looking forward.
"I think a lot of it starts with those older players," Garber said. "I heard them still encouraging [late in the game]. They're showing them, 'Hey, tomorrow is a new day and we've got a tough game tomorrow.' When you're playing in the MSAC you've got a lot of tough games.
"The key will be the confidence factor. A team that's 12-1 shouldn't have any problem with confidence but when you have youngsters - today, you could see where my experience was."
King added an RBI double in the fifth for Cabell Midland while Jordan Colliflower went 2 for 3.
Breanna Pauley doubled for the Red Dragons.
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