Somehow, Eastlake and Inglemoor managed to get in a softball game on Monday. It was the only game reported to The Times, and it was a good one as Eastlake rallied for a 7-6 victory.
The Wolves, new to the Class 4A rankings this week at No. 10, trailed 6-5 through five innings, then came back to tie it with a run in the sixth on an RBI by Sophie Palenscar. In the seventh, Kelsey Dempsey led off with a double and courtesy runner Kristen Holec went to third on a bunt by Kelley Cote. Lexi Jaeger delivered a cluch single up the middle to score her.
Nicole Guptil pitched two innings of one-hit relief to earn the victory. The Wolves finished with nine hits, including three by Stephanie Clay and two each by Sammi Stavig and Kathryne Staudinger.
Inglemoor lost despite hitting three home runs, including two by Lyndsey Porter (3-for-3, 4 RBI). Taylor Peacocke had the other, while Kylie Acacio finished 2-for-3.