The Skyline softball team banged out 17 hits and scored in every inning while two pitchers combined on a no-hitter in a 20-4 win on Wednesday at Ypsilanti.
The Eagles scored twice in the first, seven in the second, four in the third, two in the fourth and five in the fifth. The game was called because of the mercy rule after five innings.
Mayah Alam earned the victory on the rubber for Skyline. She didn’t allow a hit or runs over four innings, striking out 11 and walking one. Madison Westhoven, who threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen, gave up four runs on seven walks but did eventually strike out the side.
Leadoff hitter Madie Czjaka was 3-for-5 with three RBI and five runs scored. Nyeli Kratz was 3-for-5 including a triple and double with three RBI and two runs scored.
Makayla Klein and Sarah Larson each had two hits. Madison Westhoven, Esther Cohen and Carson Fox each had two RBI for the Eagles.
Skyline scored seven runs in the big second inning. Czjaka, Cohen, Larson and Neva Siers all moved runners across the plate with RBI in the inning.
The Eagles didn’t commit any errors. Klein made the most plays with 14.
The Eagles play in the Grosse Pointe South Invitational on Saturday.