Softball team’s dream for a state bid dashed

May 22, 2013

By Michele Mihalovich

MSHS softball a

By Michele Mihalovich
Mount Si junior Hanna Houser gets an intense look on her face while watching an Ingraham batter during the May 15 district matchup. Mount Si beat Ingraham 10-0.

Mount Si’s fastpitch team will not be going onto state, despite an incredible showing during district tournament play.

During the Sea-King 3A tournament May 15, Mount Si faced off against Ingraham at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle.

There the Wildcats put a whoopin’ on Seattle’s Ingraham, beating them “officially” 10-0. In reality, the Wildcats scored two more runs that didn’t count due to the mercy rule.

Mount Si played a couple hours later against Holy Names. And despite a five-run Wildcat fifth inning, Holy Names won 7-6.

The Wildcats had one more chance to qualify for state semi-finals, when they went up against Bainbridge May 16. They lost that battle 5-4.

Coach Larry White was not able to comment on the team’s season because his son was getting married this past weekend, he said in an email.

 

Michele Mihalovich: 392-6434, ext. 246, or editor@snovalleystar.com.

 

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One Response to “Softball team’s dream for a state bid dashed”

  1. Heidi Houser on May 22nd, 2013 6:02 pm

    Thanks Michele for posting Hanna’s pic! Was a great season!

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