Beeler scored on the play when an errant throw to second went into center field.
"Being young, we're having trouble with communication and things of that nature," Klimko said. "We are working hard in practice and now we can get outside, but it's coming slower than I had hoped."
The only suspense after the second inning was whether Pullen would allow a base runner.
Luba solved that with the bunt single in the fourth.
"She's a freshman and doesn't normally start, but I decided to give her a start today just because of her speed, thinking she might spark something and she did come through with that bunt," Klimko said.
In addition to batting .656 with eight home runs and 45 RBIs, Collins was 15-3 on the mound with a 1.10 earned run average and 181 strikeouts for the 2017 Bulls.
"Last year, they had the left-hander (Collins) and she was phenomenal and they won a lot of games," Barwick said.
Hereford finished 15-5 and lost in the region finals just like Dulaney.
The Lions, who lost their first two games this season in close calls to Catonsville and Dulaney, have won four straight.
"Playing a couple games a week now and we are practicing every day and we are in a rhythm and I think we are set to make a run now," said Barwick, who expects to go deep into the postseason again. "We should make it back there."