Words: Shawn Kruhm
On Wednesday, April 3, the Centennial Girls’ softball team forced a mercy rule and defeated Atholton by a final score of 14-1.
Centennial dominated in the field and at the plate. Junior Jordan Hinz pitched a full game. She finished with 10 strikeouts and allowed just two hits.
Despite an outstanding performance from Hinz, she could not have done it without assistance from her teammates.
The Eagles came out swinging, scoring a quick five runs in the second inning. The girls continued to dominate throughout the following innings.
In the fourth inning, they cycled through the entire order and scored eight runs.
Junior commit Lauren Marcotte finished with three hits, including one double, one run batted in, and one stolen base.
Centennial will look to improve their 4-3 record on Friday, April 5 at Oakland Mills.
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