Ralph Allen
Katie Wimer only gave up two hits and one run in the 12-1 victory over Pojoaque Valley, and catcher Jayde Tucker was outstanding behind the plate.
Softball continues hot streak on the mound

Sometimes, good pitching seems to be contagious. That is the case right now for the Los Alamos High School softball team, as Katie Wimer put together the third great outing in a row for the Hilltoppers in a 12-1 victory over Pojoaque Valley High School Tuesday night.

The streak of great pitching began in last Saturday’s doubleheader against St. Pius X High School, when Reyna Lucero pitched a no-hitter and Savana Luster gave up only one hit and 1 run.

Wimer picked up right where her teammates left off, dominating and overwhelming the Elkettes from beginning to end, giving up 1 run in five innings of work, and only allowing two base hits.

In the first inning, Wimer picked up her first strikeout of the game, and worked around a walk to get out of the inning without any damage being done.

The LAHS offense got right to work in the bottom of the first inning, as Alicia Gonzales reached first base after being hit by a pitch and Lauren Harris drew a walk. Both came around to score, as Terri Jaramillo lined a single into the outfield to score Gonzales, and Harris scored on a wild pitch to put LAHS up 2-0 after the first inning.

The Hilltoppers took complete control of the game in the second inning, sending 12 girls to the plate, and scoring 8 runs.



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