Mayah Alam (above) completed a near perfect game in the nightcap of Monday’s doubleheader with visiting Huron. The Skyline pitcher went five innings, recorded 11 strikeouts and didn’t allow a hit or a walk for the Eagles in their 10-0 win in the SEC Red Division showdown. Skyline also pounded out 10 hits and committed just one error in the game.
The Eagles struck early in this one, scoring three runs in the first two innings to take a 6-0 lead. They added solo runs in the third and fourth innings and two more in the fifth.
Gabby Toth continues to rake from the leadoff spot. Toth was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI. Esther Cohen was 2-for-2 with two RBI. Madie Czjaka had one hit, two walks and scored three times and Makayla Klein had a hit, two walks and an RBI. Tamera Terraza had a hit, walk and scored two runs. Nyeli Kratz scored two runs, Sarah Larson had a hit and an RBI and Neva Siers had a hit and scored a run.
The Eagles scored six runs in the second and six more in the third to take the opener 14-2. Skyline had 10 hits in the game and just one error as they continue to play solid ball in the field and at the plate following a strong showing on Saturday at the Farmington Hills Mercy invitational.
The River Rats, a young team clearly headed in the right direction, had two hits and three errors in the game.
Carson Fox provided plenty of offense for the Eagles. Fox had a double, triple and drove in five runs from the cleanup spot – yes, she certainly cleaned up the base paths in game one. Cohen had two hits and scored two runs and Madison Westhoven was 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Czjaka had a hit, scored two runs and knocked in a run for the home team. Toth and Kratz each walked twice.
Fox also contributed in the field, taking the circle for the opener. She allowed just two hits and one earned run in five innings and recorded 10 strikeouts for the Eagles.
Skyline hosts Dexter on Wednesday for a twin bill. Huron hosts Pioneer on Monday.