Brumagin and Cooper each homer as Wildcats score 14 runs in first at bat
All a coach, in any sport, hopes for is a good start.
Well, in its season-opener, Monday, the Carver A&T softball team delivered just that, scoring 14 times in the opening frame and cruising to a 17-0 victory over Loch Raven.
Sophomore Mallory Cooper and senior Kennedy Brumagin each hit a home run and drove in two RBI. Junior Shannon Towns also had two hits and three RBI. Cooper also got the win on the mound, throwing two no hit, scoreless innings with five strike outs.
Juniors Maddie Golt and Teagan Hoey, and sophomore Robyn Palmer, had two hits each in the Carver 14 hit attack.
Pictured above: Carver’s Kennedy Brumagin, who has committed to Frostburg State University, had one of the Wildcats two home runs in their win over Loch Raven.