The Hornets took the opener, 10-2, and won the nightcap, 14-3, to improve to 15-3.
Lewis allowed nine hits, walked two and struck out 14 in the two games. Kelly Lewis pitched in relief for Pellston in game one. She allowed one hit and struck out four.
The Hornets are 15-3.
Harbor Light 14-14, Harbor Springs 2-5
HARBOR SPRINGS -- Kaila Schutte was the winning pitcher in both games Monday as Harbor Light swept the Rams in a non-league twinbill.
Schutte struck out seven and walked two in tossing a two-hitter in the opener, then walked four and struck out seven in fashioning a three-hitter in the nightcap.
Ashley Dominic singled and doubled to lead Harbor Light at the plate in the opener, while Christine Morgan, Liz Britton and Joselyn Clark added two hits apiece. Emily Lechowicz, Ashley Osborn, Katie Walker and Schutte each singled.
Hailey Cameron singled and Breehe Simpkins had an RBI for the Rams.
Losing pitcher Megan Mathews struck out six and walked three.
Britton, Schutte and Dominic had three hits apiece and Annie Fila added two hits to lead Harbor Light in game two.
Also for the Swordsmen, Morgan had a two-run triple, while Hayley Huffman, Clark and Mariah Lambert each singled. Clark finished with three RBI.
Kay Paige doubled, tripled and drove in three runs for the Rams, while Cameron had a two-run double.
Paige walked 10 and struck out three in taking the loss.
Harbor Light broke a 5-5 tie with a five-run fifth.
"I thought the girls came back in the second game and played very, very tough," Harbor Springs coach Mike Mathews said.
Harbor Light is 14-6, the Rams are 8-9.
Swordsmen win tourney
JOHANNESBURG -- Kaila Schutte and Emily Lechowicz each singled and tripled to lead Harbor Light to a 9-2 victory over Mancelona Saturday in the championship game of the Johannesburg-Lewiston Invitational.
"We played our best game of the season," Harbor Light coach Gregg Garn said. "They really looked good and hit the ball well."