Hazel hasn't been allowed to hit in previous seasons, but singled twice and scored a run on Wednesday.
The pitcher said she stays in shape by playing volleyball and basketball and agreed with her coach that she still has some work to do.
"It felt good to be out there but I'm not quite where I want to be yet," she said.
Her team's offense also got a lift from junior right fielder Jordyn Bate, who went 3-for-4 with a pair of triples and four RBIs, and also scored three runs.
"Jordyn has the quickest bat of any girl I've ever coached," Andrews said, who's been at it since 1994. "Her approach might need some fine tuning, but a hitter's a hitter."
Bate attributes a lot of her success at the plate to her older brothers, baseball players Zack and Brady.
"They've helped me a ton," she said. "They're always inviting me to come hit with them. It's fun to finally have the confidence to get in the box and know I can hit anything."
Bate has totally embraced her sport. "It's my favorite thing because I know I'm good at it," she said. "When I play, I can forget about everything else."
Dons junior third baseman Mallory Barber had two hits, including a double, for Spanish Fork. Sophomore catcher Brylee Rudd and junior shortstop Gabby Beckstrom also had two hits each.
Riverton coach Katelyn Elliott is a graduate of the Spanish Fork program. Her squad edged her former coach's team by one run in April last year.