Dylan Nedzwecky/Staff Writer
The Kayhi Lady Kings (2-0) completed the sweep against The Thunder Mountain Lady Falcons (0-2) this past weekend at Dudley Field.
The Lady Kings started off their season with a 12-4 win in only five innings due to the 8 run rule. The second game off the doubleheader ended 12-9 with the Lady Kings on top. The non-conference game ended 7-0 giving Kayhi another win.
Senior Dyllan Borer said she was a little nervous coming into her first games of the year.
“I had a lot of pressure riding on me from the previous years,” said Borer.
Last time Dyllan Borer was up to bat was 2019 when she flew out to the Sitka center fielder to lose the state championship. Her first at bat of the 2021 season resulted in a triple.
“It was my best friend from my travel ball team pitching,” said Borer. “I’ve caught for her and I know everything about her and what pitches she threw, so I wasn’t too worried.”
Borer said she had a good feeling off the bat that she got a hold of one.
“As soon as I saw the ball coming in I was like ‘I’m gonna smoke this ball’, and then I did,” said Borer. “And it felt great.”
The Lady Kings are set to play a three game series against the Sitka Lady Wolves this weekend at Dudley Field on April 30th and May 1st.