In game one, Kiana Smith led Lakewood's offense hitting 3-for-3 with two runs, a double, four RBI and a home run to end the game in the fifth inning. Paige Cook added a double and a triple, and Malakowski contributed to the Courgars' eight-run third inning with the first of her two-run home runs.
Malakowski's second two-run shot came in the sixth inning of game two and tied it at 5-5. Then Mikayla Holmes came up with two outs in the bottom of the seventh and drove in Paige Cook with a walk-off single to avoid extra innings.
Madeline Strasburg led Coupeville, going 5-for-6 over the two games.
At Lakewood H.S.
Coupeville 010 03--4 4 4
Lakewood 208 31--14 12 1
McKayla Bailey, Maria Rockwell (3) and Bree Messner, Bessie Walstad (3). Hailey Malakowski and Mikayla Holmes. WP--Malakowski (7-1). LP--Bailey. 2B--Kiana Smith (L), Paige Cook (L). 3B--Paige Cook (L). HR--Kiana Smith (L), Hailey Malakowski (L). Records--Coupeville 3-4 league, 3-4 overall. Lakewood 6-1, 7-2.
Coupeville 210 101 0--5 7 1
Lakewood 110 102 1--6 8 1
McKayla Bailey and Bessie Walstad. Jennaka Larson, Hailey Malakowski (4) and Mikayla Holmes. WP--Malakowski (7-1). LP--Bailey. 2B--Kiana Smith (L), Terah Barrio (L). HR-- Hailey Hammer (C), Hailey Malakowski (L). Records--Coupeville 3-4 league, 3-4 overall. Lakewood 6-1, 7-2.
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