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Past Week in Palomar Sports 3/9-3/16

Softball (17-1-1; 9-0 conference, leading PCAC)

The Comets softball team takes the field during the playing of the National Anthem March 11.  Philip Farry / The Telescope
The Comets softball team takes the field during the playing of the National Anthem March 11. Philip Farry / The Telescope
Palomar’s softball continued their stretch of amazing performances last week. The state’s No. 2 ranked team shelled Mt. San Jacinto 8-0 on Wednesday, March 11. Pitcher Kristina Carbajaj threw a one-hitter in the run-ruled game as she improved her record to 3-0. Offensively, the team put together 15 hits as Iesha Hill and Summer Evans each went 2-2.
Palomar's  Kali Pugh slides safely into second base in the second inning against visiting Grossmont. The Comets ranked number 2 in the state beat the Griffins 11-2 in five inning at home on March 13. With the win, the Comets improved their record to 17-1-1 (9-0 in PCAC) Philip Farry / The Telescope.
Palomar’s Kali Pugh slides safely into second base in the second inning against visiting Grossmont. The Comets ranked number 2 in the state beat the Griffins 11-2 in five inning at home on March 13. With the win, the Comets improved their record to 17-1-1 (9-0 in PCAC) Philip Farry / The Telescope.
Friday saw the Comets play host to Grossmont College and again the mercy rule was needed as Palomar defeated the Griffins 11-2 in the PCAC matchup.
Shortstop K.K. Fonda hit a 2-run home run in the bottom of the fifth to force the early ending. The sophomore went 3-4 with the HR, a triple, four RBI’s, and two runs scored.
Saturday’s scheduled contest at home vs. Grossmont was cancelled at the request of the Grossmont coach.
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Past Week in Palomar Sports 3/9-3/16