ARLINGTON — Alexa Wimberly started two rallies for Southlake Carroll in Game 1 of a Class 5A bi-district series Thursday and the second proved the most damaging to Arlington Martin.The senior shortstop led off the sixth with a single to left and scored to start a four-run outburst as Carroll picked up a 6-3 victory at Workman Field.Game 2 of the best-of-three series shifts to Southlake at 6:30 p.m. Friday.For Wimberly, the outburst was better late than never.“I haven’t had anything like that all season,” the Arkansas Tech recruit said. “I’ve had solid hits in kind of an every-other-at-bat thing, but tonight I just felt comfortable with what I was seeing. And honestly, I realized we’re wrapping things up, and I don’t want it to end.” After Wimberly scored to tie the game on Lauren Heintzelman’s RBI single, Sydney Bedford added an RBI single for Carroll (18-12). That left pitcher Alex Schneider to drive in Heintzelman and Bedford with a double to left. Schneider picked up her ninth victory, despite giving up 11 hits.Martin pitcher Lacey Mann struck out 10, but dropped to 11-3 this season. “We just had too many mistakes,” Martin coach Cathy Rudy said. “I think we took a lot of confidence out of this game, but the mistakes we made were critical and it cost us tonight.”Jordyn James had two RBI hits for Martin and was 3 for 3 with a sacrifice.The Warriors (26-4) jumped to an early lead after RBI doubles by Krista Rude and James for a 2-0 lead just six pitches into the game.Carroll went to work as well, but stranded five runners before Wimberly started a two-run rally in the fourth. She doubled to left and scored on an error before Emily Kemins picked up an RBI with a sacrifice bunt to make it 2-2.