The Lady Falcons are now 9-0 in KingCo play, 14-0 overall — the only Class 4A fastpitch team in the state remaining unblemished. Woodinville has scored 118 runs on the season and allowed nine, posting nine shutouts.
And this is without having the services of all-state centerfielder Sara Anderson, who has yet to take the field after an extended absence. All Anderson has done historically is lead KingCo in batting, runs scored and stolen bases the last two seasons and the speedy southpaw slapper should be up and running this week.
Against the Wolves Friday, Woodinville scored in every inning, needing only four frames to produce 10 runs. Emily Jackson led off with a walk, advanced to second on a wild pitch and scored on the first of Weir’s two-baggers.
Alex Boyd walked to lead off the second, courtesy runner Tori Lettus stole second and moved to third on a groundout before scoring on Keelin Davis’ sacrifice fly.
Weir ripped another double to left-center leading off the third, Lauren Burchak walked and Weir scored on an error. Boyd came up with two ducks on the pond and got a fly ball up in the air to right that just left the yard to make it 6-0. Woodinville posted four more in the fourth, as Eastlake didn’t help itself with another error and three more bases on balls totaling seven on the short night.
Schreyer was her dominant self and was two outs from a no-hitter when an Eastlake pinch hitter faked a bunt to draw in the corners, hit a dribbler and nobody covered first: funky base hit but a base hit in the book.
The Stanford-bound slinger, who struck out nine and walked three, got the next two outs in order to put it on ice.
Woodinville travels to Garfield (0-8, 0-9) Wednesday — whom the Lady Falcons pummeled 26-0 earlier in a pitiful one — before hosting Bothell Friday on Parent Appreciation Night.