Wins keep rolling in for Enumclaw | Fastpitch

The Enumclaw High fastpitch team’s winning ways continued last week with two victories before rain clouds brought games to a halt.

The Enumclaw High fastpitch team’s winning ways continued last week with two victories before rain clouds brought games to a halt.

The Hornets knocked out Peninsula 12-1 April 15 to raise their South Puget Sound League 3A record to 9-0 and their overall mark to 13-0.

Quinn Breidenbach had nine strikeouts through three frames. At the plate, she had a single and two doubles, picking up four RBIs.

Sarah Morrow hit a double scoring two, as did Chloe Young. Alicia Cassell and Tammy Wilkening both hit singles earning a RBI each.

The Hornets started the week April 14 by shutting out Lakes 3-0.

Once again Breidenbach proved to be a strikeout machine sitting down 13, giving up just one hit in seven innings.

Young went 2-3 at the plate with one RBI and scoring one.

Wilkening added a double.

Enumclaw is scheduled to host Bonney Lake at 4 p.m. today, Wednesday.

 

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