Barrick sent his runner when Lake Worth's pitcher started his wind up and Jackson crossed the plate moments after Kissinger laid down the game winning bunt.
Another shut down inning from Allen, and that was all she wrote.
"We got that monkey off our back: that first district win," Barrick said. "Now we've got the nerves out of the way and we're ready to go. Hopefully we'll settle down and start playing a little better defense. We've got to clean up our defensive mistakes."
Now 1-0 in District 6-3A, the Rams return home to Pratt Field, where they will host Diamond Hill-Jarvis to end the week. First pitch is set for 7:30 p.m., Friday.