The District 6 11 and 12-year-old softball Maine state tournament began this week with Windham facing off against Medomak in game one. The game took place in Glenburn on Sunday, July 7th.
The Lady Eagles started strong in the first inning, with Chloe Edwards, #14, scoring after Stella Jarvais, #9, got a hit.
Medomak sent three batters to the plate in the top of the third inning, Windham sent those three batters back to the dugout.
Windham continued to put runs up on the scoreboard in the bottom of the third. Sierra Sparrow, #21, walked. Jarvais got a base hit and Sparrow scored. Kennedy Kimball, #34, smashed the ball getting a triple and bringing in Jarvais. Oakley McLeod, #2, got a base hit and brought in Kimball.
4-0 Windham after three innings.
The Lady Eagles had the momentum going and didn’t let up. In the fourth, Caitlyn Marsh, #42, got a base hit. Windham was doing well advancing closer to home as many players stole multiple bases throughout the game. Lydia Marden, #11, got a single and Marsh scored. Edwards also singled and Marden scored again. Jarvais got a base hit and brought in Edwards. Before the inning was over, Jarvais stole her way to third and then stole home.
In the fifth, Marsh got on base on a passed ball. She stole her way to third and stole home.
Final: 9-0, Windham
Kennedy Kimball threw a perfect game – 17 strikeouts, no baserunners, no walks.
“We got some girls who had some pretty good at bats who haven’t had a lot of at bats, so I was pretty happy to see that,” commented coach Kregg Jarvais. “We’ve done a good job preparing, I think we’re ready to go.”