It was a picture perfect night for the Wildcats on Friday. The Sharon Eagles rolled into town and quickly jumped to a 5-0 lead on Milton in just 2 innings. Milton would rally in the 4th inning to take the lead 6-5. After some excellent defensive stops for both sides, they entered the final frame needing only 3 outs. It did not go as planned however, and Sharon scored twice to unnerve some fans. Milton found their way out of the top half of the inning and entered the bottom of the 7th, tied 6-6. They seemed poised to go to extra innings, but after a leadoff single, and an excellent bunt, Milton found themselves in scoring position. A few batters latter, and a well-struck ball to right-center field, saw the Wildcats win the game 7-6 in the final inning. It was a great night for the seniors, and a great crowd thanks to parents and the Milton Youth Softball Program.
The Wildcats fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a 12-6 loss to Walpole on Monday. Walpole scored on a home run by Rae in the first inning, a stolen base in the second inning, and a double by Mulcahy in the second inning.Despite the loss, Milton did collect 16 hits in the high-scoring affair. Unfortunately, Walpole had 14 hits on the way to victory.
Walpole captured the lead in the first inning. With one out in the first inning Rae drove in two runs when she homered.
Milton scored three runs in the seventh inning. They scored on a double by Emma Kelly and a stolen base.
Walpole scored four runs in the second inning. The big inning for Walpole came thanks to a stolen base and a double by Mulcahy.
Rae earned the win for Walpole. She pitched seven innings, surrendering six runs, 16 hits, striking out six, and walking one. Jillian Rundlett took the loss for Milton. She tossed two and two-thirds innings, allowing eight runs, nine hits, striking out two, and walking one.
Lindsey Jensen, Kelly, Bella Calcagno, and Jenna Conroy each collected multiple hits for Milton. Calcagno, Kelly, and Jensen all had three hits to lead the Wildcats. They were sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Eva Hiller made the most defensive plays with five. Milton stole six bases during the game as two players stole more than one. Conroy led the way with two.
Lindsey Jensen didn’t allow a single run as the Wildcats defeated Weymouth 11-0 on Thursday. Jensen allowed just three hits and induced a groundout from Brogan to end the game. Emma Brown led Milton to victory by driving in four runs. She went 2-for-2 at the plate. Brown drove in runs on a double in the first and a triple in the second.
Milton took an early lead in the first inning. Brown doubled on a 3-2 count in the first inning, scoring one run.
They scored five runs in the second inning. Milton Wildcats big inning was driven by a double by Maggie Ware, a triple by Brown, and a stolen base.
One bright spot for Weymouth was a single by Macalbay in the second inning.
The Wildcats had ten hits in the game. Ware, Eva Hiller, Jenna Conroy, and Brown each collected multiple hits for Milton. Brown, Conroy, Hiller, and Ware each collected two hits to lead Milton. Milton was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Emma Kelly made the most plays with four. The ‘Cats stole nine bases during the game as four players stole more than one. Hiller led the way with two.
The Milton Wildcats defeated Natick 11-10 on Wednesday thanks to a walk-off single. The game was tied at ten with the Wildcats batting in the bottom of the seventh when Jenna Conroy singled off of Katzman, driving in one run.
Jenna Conroy collected four hits in five at bats to help lead Milton to victory. Conroy homered in the first, singled in the third, doubled in the fifth, and singled in the seventh.
Milton took an early lead in the first inning. Conroy homered on a 2-2 count in the first inning, scoring one run.
Natick scored five runs in the third inning. Natick’s big inning was driven by a double by Erickson, a triple by Dnarey, and a single by DeGeorge.
Milton had 20 hits in the game. Conroy, Emma Brown, Amy Toyias, Meghan Kelley, Maggie Ware, and Bella Calcagno each collected multiple hits for Milton. Brown and Conroy. Lindsey Jensen led the Wildcats with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with ten stolen bases.
Natick collected 20 hits. Orignafini, Segal, Masteriani, Erickson, DeGeorge, and Dnarey each collected multiple hits for Natick. Orignafini led Natick with five hits in five at bats. Natick didn’t commit a single error in the field. Katzman had five chances in the field, the most on the team.
The Wildcats were lively early as they scored 5 runs in the first inning and never looked back.. They finished the game 11-5. Amy Toyias lead the way with 3 RBIs on 3 hits, while Maggie Ware and Isabelle Johnson also added in another 5 hits and 5 RBIs. It was a good outing for freshman pitcher, Rundlett, going 7 innings and ending with 3 Ks.
The Girls move to 1-1 and will look to finish off the week strong against Newton North tomorrow,