Redmond softball rolling with victories

  • Wednesday, April 3, 2019 9:52am
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Redmond softball received homers from Kiki Milloy and Jennifer Cummings in the Mustangs’ 4-1 victory over Inglemoor on March 29. Milloy earned the win from the pitchers’ circle.

Redmond (9-0 overall and 7-0 in 4A KingCo at press time) got two hits each from Haley Hanson, Camille Eaton and Audrey Walker.

In a 12-0 victory over Issaquah on April 1, Redmond’ Grace Haegele earned the win with eight strikeouts and just two hits allowed, and Hanson and Eaton had two hits each. Eaton knocked in three runs.

Eaton had a single and two RBIs and Cummings added an RBI single in the Mustangs’ 3-0 win over Garfield on April 2. Milloy fanned 12 to earn the victory.

In baseball action, Inglemoor defeated Redmond, 4-1. Spencer Uyematsu had two hits for Redmond.

Issaquah beat Redmond, 6-5, on April 1. Uyematsu homered and tripled, and Hunter Petit and Colin Curry had two hits each for the Mustangs.

Redmond was 6-3 overall and 4-3 in league at press time.

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