After returning from their Florida trip, Windham softball lost to Biddeford 12-6 and since has gone undefeated.
In the past week, Windham defeated Marshwood 13-6, Westbrook 12-0 and Westbrook again 15-8.
Last Saturday, Marshwood visited Windham and the Eagles turned on the offense and the defense. Danielle Tardiff led the Eagles on the hill allowing four earned runs and generating five runs batted in and scoring two. Tardiff struck out eight and allowed six hits.
On Monday, Westbrook visited for the first of two battles against the Eagles. Danielle Tardiff hurled a shutout, striking out twelve and the Eagle offense generated runs quickly to mercy run the Blue Blazes. Olivia Mora generated five runs batted in and scored two to lead the Windham offense. Danielle Tardiff also contributed scoring one run and batting in two.
Tuesday saw a different battery against Westbrook as Tardiff got a rest. However, that was only defensively speaking. Tardiff and Megan Joy each scored three runs and Alex Morang and Katie Hunter scored two each to help Windham get the 13-6 victory. Erin Elder, Katie Hunter and Lily MacPherson combined as pitchers to help Windham to their ninth victory.
Coming up, Windham will be facing McAuley on Friday the 20th away and then face Thornton Academy in Saco on Monday.
Coach Travis Demmons is optimistic about the season. However, Thornton and powerhouse Scarborough present challenges for his squad. Look for Windham Softball to enter the playoffs this season.