Ravens zap Eagles in 5 innings, tighten Olympic regular-season race

Lions win a wild one; Adams guides Trojans in rout

Auburn Riverside put together back-to-back, five-run innings to upend Federal Way 11-1 in a North Puget Sound League Olympic Division softball showdown Friday night.

The game was called after five innings because of the 10-run rule.

The Titans improved to 8-3 in the division, 12-4 overall. The visiting Eagles, who had their nine-game winning streak snapped, dropped to 10-2 and 14-2.

Karly Tiedeman doubled in a run and Brooke Dye, Autumn Lee and Rebecca Spear each supplied an RBI during the Ravens’ five-run fourth inning.

Tiedeman’s three-run single and Kaitlyn Anabni’s two-run base hit fueled the Ravens in the third inning.

Madison Muxen had two hits, including a double, for the Ravens.

Lee earned the victory for Auburn Riverside. She allowed one run on seven hits over five innings, striking out six.

Becca Rennick took the loss, yielding 11 runs on 12 hits over four innings, striking out four.

Auburn Riverside hosts Auburn in another key matchup at 4 p.m. Monday.

Elsewhere:

Auburn 12, at Todd Beamer 0: Kiana Adams pitched a one-hit shutout, striking out 11, and launched a home run, and Abbigail Newman doubled and drove in four runs as the Trojans (9-1, 13-1) routed the Titans (5-7, 7-9) in a five-inning NPSL Olympic game Friday.

Auburn scored all of its runs in the fifth inning.

Adams and Emma Oehler drove in two runs apiece. Jillian Tinsley and Callie Arnott each drove in a run.

Auburn Mountainview 25, at Thomas Jefferson 20: The Lions erupted for five runs in the eighth inning to outlast the Raiders in a wild NPSL Olympic game on Friday.

Angie Thompson’s double drove in Emma Podliska for the go-ahead run for the Lions (5-7, 5-10). Ashley Fieser followed with a run-scoring double and Taylor Flores added an RBI single.

Perla Duran went 3-for-5 with a home run and a triple and drove in four runs for the Lions. Jordyn Shockman went 3-for-6, doubled and drove in four more for Auburn Mountainview.

Fieser and Podliska, who went 4-for-6, each had three RBI, and Adrianna Lomeli-Smith went 5-for-7 with a triple and an RBI. Flores and Elena Oliver each drove in two runs.

Marie Palomo belted a grand slam home run, Haylee Pollard homered, and Bailey Wolf had five hits and two RBI for the Raiders (3-8, 5-8).

Lomeli-Smith, in relief of Duran, the starter, pitched 4⅓ innings, allowing three runs on seven hits, to earn the win.


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