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Raider Softball continues to shine


Tristen Adolph pitches against Oroville in Grand Coulee. - Jacob Wagner photo

The Lady Raiders softball team won three of four games in doubleheaders at home against Oroville and Liberty Bell, with the fourth game called short because of darkness.

Mikayla Thompson hit a grand slam over the fence on the Lady Raiders' field in a 16-3 win of game one of a doubleheader against the Oroville Lady Hornets March 28.

The Lady Raiders won the second game 21-11.

In addition to Thompson's grand slam, Lady Raiders Haley Neddo and Khani Priest also hit homers over the fence against the Lady Hornets.

Hosting the Liberty Bell Lady Mountain Lions Thursday, Lake Roosevelt won the first game 10-9. The second game, tied at 10, was called short because of the dark of night settling in.

The team is now on spring break, and the next game will be at home in Grand Coulee hosting the Pateros Nannies at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11.

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