It didn’t take long for the Hastings High School softball team to establish its dominance in the section title game against Rochester Mayo.
Hastings’ first batter of the game, Brit Robinson, hit a home run over the left field fence.
Later that inning, it was Jenelle Trautmann’s turn. She hit a home run to left field, too.
Monday, May 10, wasn’t a bad day for Hastings High School senior Jenelle Trautmann. She pitched a no-hitter, had two hits and knocked in one run in a 4-0 win over Park in a Suburban East Conference softball game.
Following a wild 17 inning, 3-1 win over Forest Lake on Monday, the Hastings softball team finds itself in familiar territory: Hastings has won five straight and is moving its way back up the state rankings.
At the beginning of the season, Hastings softball coach Dean Robinson figured his team had a bullseye on its back. The Raiders placed third at the state tournament last year and entered the season as the state’s No. 1 ranked team.
Robinson was right. The Raiders are definitely a target. Thus far, Hastings is off to a 4-2 start.
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