Since a 4-3 loss to Cuthbertson in their first game of the season back in late February, the Mountain Island Charter Raptors softball team have not only won all their games, they haven't even had a close one.
Mtn. Island Charter's softball team continued to overwhelm opponents in two games last week. On Wednesday, they downed Stuart Cramer 5-1, then beat Langtree Academy on Thursday 15-0. They were scheduled to play Langtree again on Friday but the game was rained out.
Lauren Engel struck out eight batters, walked none, and allowed just five hits in the win over Stuart Cramer. In the win over Langtree, she pitched three innings, striking out six batters. Camden Gerland pitched the other two innings for the Raptors, who not only got a 5-inning shutout; they achieved a combined no-hitter.
The Raptors are now 15-1 on the year, 10-0 and in first place in the PAC7 1A Conference. They're on spring break this week, but return to action next week with two games against Community School of Davidson and one against Pine Lake Prep.
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