Lindbergh sophomore Katherine Back hits a double.

Eagles fastpitch win two in a row | PHOTO GALLEY

The Lindbergh Eagles fastpitch team hosted the Tyee Totems April 24 and got its third win of the season.

Lindbergh won 21-1.

The Eagles hosted Evergreen Tuesday and won for the second time in a row shutting out the Wolverines 19-0.

Lindbergh’s latest game was Thursday at Foster. At the time of this post, no final score was available.

The girls are 2-6 in league play with both wins against the Wolverines. The Eagles are 4-8 overall with three regular season games remaining and a South Puget Sound League cross over game against River Ridge.

Next up is a home game at 4 p.m. today, Friday, April 28 against Franklin Pierce.

The photos in this gallery are from the April 24 win over Tyee.

Eagles junior Ashlynn Seely takes a swing at a pitch from Tyee during Monday’s win.

Freshman Lia Evans watch the pitch come her way during Monday’s win.

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