After a scoreless first inning, the floodgates opened up for the Rainier softball team against Morton-White Pass, as the Mountaineers scored 16 runs over the next six innings to take a 16-6 road victory Wednesday.
Madison Mounts led the Mountaineers at the plate, going 2 for 4 with four RBIs and a run scored. Keira Anderson added a 4 for 5 line with four runs scored and two RBIs.
On the mound, Bailey Elwell was dominant again, going six innings with two earned runs on two hits with 12 strikeouts and two walks.
“A slow start in the rain but once we got going the girls never looked back,” Mountaineers coach Kyle Greenwood said. “Very aggressive baserunning and plate approaches again put the other team on the back foot to try and make the play against us. They did the job and got the win. So proud yet again of this group, I can never say that enough.”
The T-Wolves were led by Emarey Hampton’s 1 for 3 line with two RBIs.