Bott and Sisco set the tone early when they came through with back-to-back doubles with one out in the first for a 1-0 lead. After an Alex Valencia single plated Sisco, Valencia came all the way around from first base on an Ansley Wilbanks error.
Catcher Laina SueSue completed the rally and made it 4-0 when she singled with two out that scored Ashlee Snyder.
Bruins starter Addie Jensen ran into her only real trouble spot when Danielle Downs led off with a walk and Natalie Johnson hit a two-run homer with one out in the second. Jensen issued two more walks later in the inning, but dodged further damage when she got Katy Stamey to hit into a fielder's choice.
SLCC started its second four-run rally in the third with an RBI single from Ashley Anderson, and two more errors from the Bulldogs allowed the other three runs to score and push the Bruins' lead to 8-2.
Sara Bendt scored on a wild pitch for SLCC's only run in the fourth, but the Bruins left the bases loaded in the fifth with a chance to finish off the win early on the run rule.
After Georgia Military, the No. 15 seed, scored a run in the top of the sixth on a Brittany Lowe sacrifice fly, Salt Lake didn't miss its chance to walk off early in the bottom of the inning. SueSue led off with an infield single and moved up to second on a sacrifice. Dani Perkins drew a walk and Lauren Tycksen singled to load the bases before Bott delivered her game-winning hit with a single that scored SueSue and Perkins.
Results and schedule
NJCAA Softball World Series
At Canyons Complex, St. George
Central Arizona 9, Wallace State 6
Chipola 5, North Central-Texas 3
Butler 9, Snead State 1
Howard 12, Tyler 6
Salt Lake 11, Georgia Military 3
Florida Southwestern 10, Indian Hills 2
San Jacinto 5, Chattanooga State 4
Lake Land 6, NE Oklahoma A&M 5
All games at 2:30 p.m.
Salt Lake vs. San Jacinto
Lake Land vs. Florida Southwestern
Central Arizona vs. Chipola
Butler vs. Howard
Snead State vs. Tyler
Wallace State vs. North Central-Texas
Indian Hills vs. Georgia Military
Chattanooga State vs. NE Oklahoma A&M