The Juneau-Douglas High School softball team exploded for 10 runs in the fifth inning to defeat Ketchikan High School 13-1 on Friday.
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Andrea Doerflinger yielded one run on three hits and struck out five batters in five innings for the Crimson Bears (4-0).
Juneau-Douglas led 3-1 after four complete innings but put up 10 runs in the fifth to win the game.
Sammy Roguska led JDHS with a 3-for-3 effort. She also doubled, drove in two runs, walked and scored to pace the Crimson Bears' bats.
Nethia Lavering went 2-for-2 and hit a three-run triple while Lii Levale scored twice and hit a two-run triple in the win.
Carrie Laliberte added two hits and two runs, Madison Massey singled, scored twice and drove in a run, and Tara Hansen sent 1-for-3 with an RBI for the Bears.
Also for JDHS, Doerflinger and Nicole Fenumiai each singled and scored twice.
Juneau-Douglas led 3-0 after three innings before Ketchikan's Crystal Reno put her team on the scoreboard with a solo home run.
The Crimson Bears will make their home debut Wednesday with a doubleheader versus Ketchikan High School at Melvin Park. JDHS will then face Fairbanks' West Valley High School on Thursday and Friday before traveling north for games on May 9.