Offense strong, defense weak in Wildcat loss / Softball

The Oak Harbor High School softball team stroked four more hits than Cascade but the Wildcats scored nine fewer runs in a 17-8 non-league loss Wednesday, March 13, at Everett’s Evergreen Middle School.

Oak Harbor rapped 16 hits to the Bruins’ 12, but the Wildcats left 10 men on base to five for the Bruins and committed four errors which resulted in 12 unearned runs.

The Bruins (2-0) went up 10-3 after two innings and then put the game away with a six-run sixth.

Cierra LeGendre and Kait Scheer each had three hits and a double to lead the Wildcat offense.

Rinka Tsutsumi registered two hits and two RBI, and Kayla Crocker blasted a triple.

Miranda Wilson, Ceirra Dean, Kayanne McLane and Maddy Tucker added singles.

Oak Harbor (1-1) hosts Lakewood (1-1) and Coupeville (1-0) in a doubleheader starting at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 16.

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