Redmond High’s Audrey Walker watches her ball clear the fence in the second inning, and then she’s greeted at home by her teammates. Photos courtesy of Dale Garvey

Redmond High’s Audrey Walker watches her ball clear the fence in the second inning, and then she’s greeted at home by her teammates. Photos courtesy of Dale Garvey

Redmond sweeps Woodinville in softball and baseball

  • Friday, March 29, 2019 12:18pm
  • Sports

It was a twofer in the victory column for Redmond High as the Mustang softball and baseball squads defeated Woodinville on March 27.

In the 2-0 softball win, Audrey Walker homered, Haley Hanson had three hits, Jennifer Cummings doubled and Kiki Milloy earned the victory with 14 strikeouts and just two hits allowed.

In the 7-4 baseball triumph, Colin Curry nailed two hits for two RBIs and Darek Khabani had two hits and one RBI. Dustin Lennon-Jones, Ryan Rembisz and Yui Suzuki had RBIs as well.


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