[KHTS] The Saugus Softball girls are expected to host their second annual “Knock Out A Cure” event this October.
More than 60 girls from Saugus High School are expected to attend the event, scheduled for Oct. 1, from 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. at the William S. Hart Baseball & Softball Complex.
[KHTS] – The West Ranch softball team won the consolation championship at the Best of the West tournament. The Wildcats beat Saugus, 9-5, in the consolation championship game.
Lauren Lindvall went 2-for-4, hit a home run and drove in four runs for West Ranch.
The Wildcats shut out King High, 1-0,...
[KHTS] – The Saugus High School Girl’s Softball team will be holding their first Knock Out A Cure Hit-A-Thon fundraiser on Thursday, October 17.
“I am a four year cancer survivor,” said Misty Fitzgerald, a Saugus Softball parent and an organizer of the event. “I have always been involved...
The Saugus softball team won a pair of games in the Santiago Spring Fling Tournament over the weekend.
The Centurions beat Etiwanda, 4-3 in eight innings, and Colton 4-2.
Mariah Lopez went the distance in the circle, striking out 11, for Saugus against Etiwanda. She also hit a home run and was 2-for-3.
Nicole Joseph went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and game-winning 3-run home run.
SCVTV started its telecast of Foothill League softball and baseball with one of the most thrilling softball games in recent history.
Nicole Joseph’s walk-off 3-run home run in the bottom of the seventh lifted the...
The Saugus softball team beat Pacifica, 3-2, and won the consolation championship at the Best of the West tournament.
Alyssa Rodriguez drove in the go-ahead run for Saugus in the sixth inning. Her double scored Kaela Morrow.
Rachel Shotzbarger hit a two-run home run for the Centurions in the first inning.
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