Saugus High softball was clicking Tuesday. The evidence is in the Centurions’ 8-3 win over Golden Valley at Golden Valley. There were contributions from nearly everyone in the batting order, particularly Ryleigh Bermea, who finished the game 3-for-4 with four RBIs.
“I was trying to get ahead of the count most of the time,” Reynaga, who allowed five hits while recording 10 strikeouts. “Getting ahead helps a lot, especially with aggressive batters like the girls (on) Golden Valley.” Cangemi nabbed her second RBI of the game in the third inning, pulling the Grizzlies (12-10, 3-4) ahead 2-1, but the Cents scored two in the third to get the lead. Sabrina Seeley and Makayla Lopez each had RBIs, the former off a single and the latter on a double. Golden Valley’s Sophia Medellin had an RBI double in the fifth inning, but Saugus had a resounding three-run fifth inning and a two-run seventh inning to take back the lead and keep it. “We’re going to keep working,” said Grizzlies coach Daniel Soto. “And I have confidence they’ll get it done because they have gotten it done in the past.”
FINAL. Saugus 8, Golden Valley 3 pic.twitter.com/i82HoZdUdp— Haley Sawyer (@haleymsawyer) May 3, 2017