Zuege reached on a one-out error, Miller had a two-out double and Howell ripped her second shot. Madyson McDermott followed with an RBI double, and Karlie Missey drove in two following a hit to center by Kristen Sampson.
Carlson picked up the 60th win of her Auburn career (60-8), tying for second in program history in career wins.
The Central Cougars travel to Tottenville on Thursday.
Noonan, who was the starting pitcher for the Chieftains last season, earned the win for Potosi, pitching all five innings and giving up five hits.
Zinkiewicz finished 2-for-3 with a run and three RBI, Makenzie Miller hit an RBI double, Alexandra Millett doubled, Brooke Sefcik went 2-for-4 with a double and a run and Bradford graduate Ellie Bernero went 1-for-3 with two runs.
On the mound, Nathan Shepard struck out three Tivy batters across nearly six innings, allowing three runs on four hit while walking two.
The game was ended after five innings under the mercy run rule. Grace Lovett added two RBIs and three runs scored.
The only win of the weekend would come for the Clan in their first game on Sunday, as they defeated Notre Dame de Namur University 5-3.
The 3-0 Seguin lead began in the bottom of the first when Brayden Wieding scored from a Josh Avalos double.More news: 'Lula' Campaign Buses Hit by Gunfire, Brazil's Workers' Party Says
In Game 2, Pfeiffer (25-4) scored three runs in both the second and third innings to pull away.
Notre Dame answered with two runs in the top of the third to take a 2-1 lead, but the Lady Bees weren't done scoring. First pitch for game one is scheduled for 1:00 p.m.
Jaelyn Sanders, Kelsie Houchens (4) and Lily Davis; Kaci Goedde, Eleecia Hager (7) and Bailey Richardson.
The Wildcats used a four-run third inning and pushed over three more in the sixth to earn the win. Sarah Cain had three hits in the ball game and drove in a run. "We beat them the past two years, but they got us today", Redmond said. They are now in second place of the District 29-2A standings with a 5-1 league record, one game behind Sabinal (6-0).
In game two against Bellevue, the Gusties fell 5-2, despite a solo home run from Carlson and a 3-4 game from Welp.
Rachel Swartwood had two hits in game two and is now hitting.333 on the season, second on the team to junior Lexi Dawson who is hitting.361.
If the Weir High softball team wants a deeper run come tournament time this season, it must defeat the big rivals and take care of business at home. She allowed 10 hits, five walks and struck out one in six innings.
The first game against WPI turned into a shootout, as both teams kept exchanging runs en route to six lead changes.
DHS will start that three-game set on April 3 at St. Francis. The Owls would score two more in the game to finish it off, going into Saturday undefeated. In two scoreless relief innings, Evans Hendricks recorded two strikeouts in the pitcher's circle.