SOFTBALL Newport 11, Bellevue 0

Thanks to a three-run fourth inning, the Totems staved off a late Interlake surge, and Sammamish defeated the Saints 4-3 to even up the season series at a game apiece.

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Sammamish gets revenge on Saints

Thanks to a three-run fourth inning, the Totems staved off a late Interlake surge, and Sammamish defeated the Saints 4-3 to even up the season series at a game apiece.

The Totems (4-8, 3-6 KingCo 3A) were able to hold off Interlake, who scored three runs in the sixth inning to get within a run. Hannah Cooley hit two doubles and scored twice for Sammamish, helping Tina Jacobsen pick up the win on the mound.

Stefanie Rabitoy took the loss for Interlake (6-6, 4-5).


Jessica Barry dominated at the plate and in the pitcher’s circle as the sophomore pitched all five innings while striking out eight to go along with a perfect 2 for 2 day with three RBIs in the batters box as Newport beat Bellevue.

Natsumi Ueda also went 2 for 2 with three RBIs for the Knights (9-3, 8-2). Adrienne Buxbaum took the loss for Bellevue (1-8, 1-8).

Holy Names 10,

Eastside Catholic 1

The Crusaders struck first but it was all Holy Names after, as the Cougars exploded for 10 runs, snapping Eastside Catholic’s undefeated run this season.

Ronnie Mae Ayers was tagged with the loss for Eastside Catholic (11-1, 7-1 Metro League Mountain Division), who had never let an opponent within six runs of them all season.

Kelly Hinderberger knocked in three RBIs for Holy Names (10-1, 8-0) to help Farleigh Winters pick up the win.


Eastside Catholic 16, Cleveland 0

Amanda Danforth went 2 for 3 with a triple and two RBIs as Eastside Catholic dominated Cleveland in a shortened three-inning game.

Kelly Lloid pitched all three innings and earned a no-hitter win. Lloid also went 2 for 3 at the plate with two RBIs and a double for the Crusaders (10-0, 9-0 Metro League Mountain Division).

Cleveland fell to 0-7 on the season.

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