Strong start to MIL season for girls softball

| March 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Molokai first baseman Samantha Makaiwi takes the throw from pitcher Jasmine Borden (hidden behind runner) on the way to an 11-1 victory on Friday.

The Molokai girls softball team extended its perfect record to 6-0 in the Maui Interscholastic League with two home wins against St. Anthony over the weekend.

Samantha Borden pitched Friday’s game and led her team to an 11-1 victory.

The Farmers got their bats going on Saturday and scored 25 runs in a 25-5 blowout. Molokai’s Amanda Makaiwi hit two home runs and a triple, finishing with nine RBIs, and pitched a complete game. Natalia Levi also homered, had a double and three RBIs for the Farmers,

Tennis teams fall to St. Anthony

The St. Anthony tennis team also visited Molokai this past weekend. On Friday, the Molokai girls team lost four matches to one while the boys team fell three matches to one.

The St. Anthony girls shut out Molokai on Saturday, five matches to none. The Farmer boys salvaged one match victory, losing three matches to one.

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