HAC at Romulus softball

HAC's Thalia Delvalle steals second base as Romulus second baseman Scout Hansen (far left) backs up shortstop Kyaira Woody.

ROMULUS — The Warriors aren’t just fighting to keep their spot in the top five of the Finger Lakes West, they have the top four in their sights.

After losses by Marcus Whitman and Dundee on Wednesday, the Romulus softball team has secured a stronger position in the top five, and have shrunk the gap between them and Marcus Whitman for the fourth spot in the league.

Thanks to a strong offensive support by Kyaira Woody and Leanna Lerkins, the Warriors won their bout against Harley/Allendale-Columbia, 10-5.

Romulus was led by Woody, who had two extra base hits at the plate. One was a double and the other was a home run that left the park in a hurry. She drove in three runs in the winning effort.

As for Lerkins, she was perfect at the plate going 3-3 and driving in three runs as well.

The ten runs for Romulus was good for the win and improved their league record to 5-4 with an overall record of 5-5.

For Harley/Allendale-Columbia, Asose Kelley went 2-4 with a double and Thalia Delvalle went 2-3.

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