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MAJAK makes competition disappear
Dominant win keeps streak alive
Tyler Kenner puts some finesse on a pitch during senior league softball action Thursday night in Centertown. Kenner and MAJAK remained undefeated.
MAJAK looked to continue its undefeated ways against Citizen’s Bank in senior league softball at Centertown Recreational Park on Thursday night. MAJAK came out swinging and dominated the game, scoring 30 runs, 19 in the third inning alone, on its way to a 30-12 victory.In the win, Brett Winfree led the way for MAJAK at the plate, going 4-for-5 with a home run, two singles and a double. Tyler Kenner added four hits, while Darrell Galloway, Josh Hobbs, Michael Talerico, and Taylor Lee added three hits apiece.Citizens Bank was led at the plate by Alex Pedigo, who had a 3-for-3 showing with three doubles and six RBIs.Citizens Bank scored first in the top of the first thanks to Pedigo’s 2-RBI double to the outfield to give Citizens the lead, 2-0.MAJAK answered back with a vengeance in the bottom of the inning, watching five runs cross the plate and it was 5-2 after one.After Citizens failed to get anything going at the plate in the top of the second, MAJAK extended its lead to six thanks to a solo home run by Winfree, a 2-RBI triple by Nathan Moore, a RBI single by Kenner and a 3-RBI double by Lee, 11-2.Citizens finally got back into the swing of things, scoring four runs in the top of the third courtesy of Pedigo’s 3-RBI double and an RBI single later in the inning, 11-6.The rout was on in the bottom of the inning as MAJAK scored an onslaught of runs as the team batted around almost three times and at the end of the inning saw 19 runs cross the plate, making it a 24-run game, 30-6, after three.Citizens was down to its final at-bat and needed a miracle to catch MAJAK. Citizens put up a fight, scoring six runs in the bottom half of the inning but it wasn’t enough.