Haley Howell had herself quite a week.
Frederick's pitcher threw two perfect games in the span of three days. Howell's second gem owas against Mountain View as the Golden Eagles won 15-0 in three innings Sept. 29. Howell struck out eight of the nine batters she faced. Alexandra Kennedy had two hits and three RBs. Hailey Simmons, Angelina Deleon and Tatum Ross had RBIs as well.
The sum total of Frederick's day on the softball diamond Sept. 27 was two shutout wins and a no-hitter.
The Golden Eagles downed Thompson Valley by scores of 13-0 (Kennedy and Carlie Nagy combined on a three-hitter, and Nagy contributed two hits and three RBIs at the plate) and 10-0 (Howell threw her other perfect game and struck out four. Simmons had a base hit and three RBIs to provide the support on offense). in Loveland.
Neither game lasted the full five innings Sept. 27 because of the state's mercy rule.
Riverdale Ridge's winning streak hit four, thanks to a 1-0, overtime win against Frederick Sept. 29 in Thornton. Omar Sanchez scored the game's only goal. No stats were available for the Golden Eagles.
FHS beat Mountain View 4-2 in Loveland Sept. 27. Micaiah Paice scored all of the Golden Eagles' goals.
Frederick's team wrapped up the season with a 16th-place showing at the Holy Family Bobblehead Invitational Sept. 27 at Broadlands Golf Course Sept. 27.
Low score of the day belonged to Kyle Spence, who finished with an 87. Teagun Boen carded an 89, and Layne Smotzer finished with a 93.
Here are Frederick's results from the Runners Roost Invitational Sept. 27 at Riverdale Regional Park:
9. Jessica Ellionger, 23:39.9. 62. Hailey Pollard, 27:48.6. 79. Kassidy Lear, 28:55.5. 103. Kendall Willis, 31:16.4. 139. Breanna Langefield, 35:53.3.
12. Nikolas Carrillo, 19:25.1. 28. Brandt Hartman, 20:53.8. 44. Darren Reynolds, 21:40.4. 58. Zachary Bailey, 22:07.1. 64. Jason Tyler, 22:15.3.
Thompson Valley downed Frederick 25-11, 25-14, 25-14 in Loveland Sept. 27. Katelin sindelar, Kelsey Matthews and Isabelle Ramer led FHS with four kills. Delaney Frank added three.
Tatum Sharpo had 12 kills for TVHS. Avery Gibbs was close behind with 10.
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