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Randolph Softball Enjoys Three-Game Winning Streak, Including Dominating Roxbury on Senior Night

Rams Softball is on a three-game winning streak heading into the NJSIAA Tournament, where the team will take on Millburn on Wednesday, May 22.
Rams Softball is on a three-game winning streak heading into the NJSIAA Tournament, where the team will take on Millburn on Wednesday, May 22.

At press time, the Rams were on a three-game winning streak, with victories against Roxbury, 3-0, on Monday, May 13; Morristown, 2-0, on Wednesday, May 16; and Sparta, 7-2, on Saturday, May 18, bringing their season record to 13-8.

Rampage covered the Rams’ 3-0 win against Roxbury on May 13, which was also Senior Night.

“We had a big energy shift following Saturday’s loss [@ Morris Catholic, 3-1, on May 11], so we were all nervous,” senior co-captain Lindsey Kudriavetz recalled. “We knew we needed to win since it was Senior Night, and I am happy with how we pulled through.”

In the top of the first, junior co-captain Rebecca Dasti caught a line drive to second, followed by sophomore Kayleigh McClain striking out two batters.

Junior co-captain Autumn Liebhauser gave the Rams their first run by stealing home, along with an additional run from Dasti after senior co-captain Samantha Niewiarowski hit an RBI.

In the second inning, the Rams left no Roxbury runners in scoring position. Liebhauser hit a home run, bringing the score to 3-0. The game slowed down after; the Rams were in scoring position multiple times but gained no more runs, finishing 3-0.

“They played well, came out calm and relaxed, which was good,” head coach Ashley Kanya said. “We fought a hard battle against Roxbury in the counties, but I think being in a much more relaxed setting helped them pull ahead early.”

“We left too many runners in scoring position yesterday that should have scored,” Liebhauser noted. “But we have become a very strong team, and I’m proud at how much the team has developed.”

Prior to the game, seniors Kudriavetz, Niewiarowski and Jailynn Vega were recognized for their dedication to the team and their achievements.

Up next, the Rams take on Millburn in the NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, on Wednesday, May 22.

About the Contributor
Rachel Kellett
Rachel Kellett, Staff Reporter
Freshman Rachel Kellett works as a Staff Reporter for Rampage and takes Journalism 1 with Mrs. Finnell She plays softball and basketball, and her other hobbies include listening to music, reading, playing with her dog and going to the beach.  
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