Softball Stays Undefeated
Molokai High School softball hit big over the weekend, protecting their undefeated season by defeating Seabury Hall 19-1 last Friday and 13-7 last Saturday on Maui.
Tootie Rawlins and Amanda Makaiwi rounded the bases, scoring off of two homeruns in the first couple innings and putting the Lady Farmers ahead early. After five innings of play the mercy-rule went into effect, ending the game.
“They can really hit the ball which keeps the momentum going; we just need to continue working on communication and calling out our plays,” said head coach Coco Augustiro.
Keeping the Spartans off the bases, pitcher Jasmine Borden gave up a single run, striking out ten batters throughout the game.
Molokai got off to a slower start Saturday, moving the game to Maui High after a two hour rain delay. Both Rawlins and Tiendra Negrillo batted 3-for-3 singles and Makaiwi earned two runs off her at-bats.
The Lady Farmers remain in the lead of the Maui Interscholastic League Division II ( 4-0) and look ahead to hosting St. Anthony at Duke Maliu Field this weekend, 4 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday.