Federal Way stops Auburn in showdown 5-1

Ravens rout Hornets; Lions outslug Gators

Becca Rennick won a pitchers’ duel, leading Federal Way to a 5-1 victory over Auburn in a North Puget Sound League Olympic game Wednesday.

The Eagles improved to 8-1 in league, 12-1 overall. The Trojans are 6-1 and 10-1. The teams split the season series 1-1.

Rennick allowed one run on two hits, struck out four and walked three, in going the distance for the Eagles.

Auburn’s Kiana Adams allowed five runs on nine hits, striking out seven and walking two, in a 134-pitch effort for the Trojans.

Charity Sevaaetasi homered for Auburn in the fourth inning.

Elsewhere

At Auburn Riverside 11, Enumclaw 1: Brooke Dye launched a home run and drove in three runs as the Ravens (6-2, 10-3) unleashed 16 hits to rout the Hornets (3-4, 5-5) in an NPSL Olympic game.

Autumn Lee tossed a three-hitter, striking out four, and went 3-for-4 at the plate with two RBI.

Madison Muxen went 4-for-4, with a double and an RBI for the Ravens.

Karly Tiedeman and Rebecca Spear each drove in two runs. Leadoff Raquel Reising had two hits and an RBI.

Auburn Mountainview 15, at Decatur 13: Adrianna Lomeli-Smith’s three-run triple in the sixth inning boosted the Lions (3-5, 3-8) past the Gators (1-7, 4-7) in an NPSL Olympic game.

Decatur scored 10 runs in the fifth inning to take a 13-11 lead, but the Lions pulled it out with four runs in the sixth. Hayley Flores drove in the Lions’ other run during the sixth-inning rally.

Lomeli-Smith and Jordyn Shockman each drove in four runs. Both doubled in the game.

Azaria Johnson, Emma Podliska and Ashley Fieser each had two hits.

Perla Duran got the win, allowing nine runs on 11 hits over 5 and a third innings, striking out three.


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