Edmonds CC softball seeking second straight trophy

The Tritons are the No. 3 seed to the NWAC tournament, which begins Friday.

The Edmonds Community College softball team is seeking a title.

The Northwest Athletic Conference’s 2019 Softball Championship begins Friday in Spokane, and the Edmonds Tritons are one of the favorites. Edmonds claimed the No. 3 seed to the 16-team tournament, and the Tritons are looking to earn their second straight trophy after taking third place last year. Edmonds opens the double-elimination tournament at 10 a.m. Friday against No. 14 Columbia Basin. The tournament continues through Monday.

Here’s a capsule look at the Tritons:

Record 26-6 in the North Region, 37-8 overall
Final NWAC poll ranking No. 4
RPI ranking No. 3
Tournament seed No. 3
Streak Won 11
Runs scored per game 11.67, first in NWAC
Runs allowed per game 4.89, sixth in NWAC
Top hitters Prestyne Kaimi-Montira (.468, 22 home runs, 78 RBI)
Rhilmina Sagapolutele (.469, 15 home runs, 56 RBI)
Ciena Kauhi (.477, 34 stolen bases)
Top pitcher Cecilia Robbins (18-2, 4.05 ERA)

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