Meadowdale softball comes from behind to beat Lynnwood

LYNNWOOD — Trailing by two runs heading into the bottom of the eighth, Meadowdale rallied to score three runs and defeat Lynnwood in an extra-inning contest.

After a leadoff walk and a double by senior Ashley Brooke, Mavs sophomore Kaitlin Webster singled to tie the score at 5. Freshman Kaylee Williams knocked in Webster with a single later in the inning to give the Mavericks the victory, improving the team’s record to 2-1.

Meadowdale sophomore Samantha Gregoryk went the distance on the mound for the Mavericks, earning her first win on the season.

Julia Reuble went 2-for-4 with a triple and a home run to lead Meadowdale offensively after going hitless in her first two at-bats.

“She finally settled down and decided she wanted to hit the ball, and she put the ball where she wanted to,” Meadowdale head coach Bill Hummel said of Reuble.

At Meadowdale H.S.

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Jessica Gott, Dasia Lester (4), Erica Gott (6). and Celeste Angell. Samantha Gregoryk. and Emma Helm. WP—Gregoryk (1-1). LP—E.Gott (0-1). 2B—Desiree Graham (L), Meagan Crabtree (L), Emma Helm (M), Ashley Brooke (M). 3B—Julia Reuble (M). HR—Madison Morgan (L), Julia Reuble (M). Records—Lynnwood 1-1 overall. Meadowdale 2-1.

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