The Randolph Rockets defeated Triton 10-2 Tuesday evening at the West Concord Softball Field.

The Rockets were led by Carly Kimmes with a 3 hit, 4 RBI day including two doubles.

Randolph scored two runs in the second.  Triton evened the score with 2 runs in the third inning.

The Rockets blasted away for good in the bottom of the 4th inning with 4 runs.  Allie Gillette singled to start the onslaught.  Kimmes doubled on a 1-1 count scoring a run and Kylee Carey singled for a RBI.

Carter Raymond was in the pitching circle for Randolph going 5 innings with 3 hits allowed, 7 strikeouts, no walks.  Raymond threw 51 pitches, 40 strikes.  Vienna Anderson threw the final two innings scattering 4 hits with 1 walk and 4 strikeouts.

Anderson threw 38 pitches, 24 for strikes.

Kylee Carey clubbed a couple hits with an RBI.  Gillette scored twice after a pair of hits and an RBI.  Raymond had a couple hits.

The Rockets ended the game with 12 hits.  Triton had 7.  Each team had 1 error.

Kai Zill took the loss for Triton while toeing the rubber.  Zill allowed 12 hits, 10 runs over 7 innings. 6 earned with 5 walks, 7 strikeouts.

Triton had 6 stolen bases in the game while Randolph had 9.

Randolph is scheduled to play Faribault Bethlehem Academy Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.  The game will be broadcast on KDHL 920 AM, 97.9 FM and worldwide on KDHL app.

Other area reported softball scores include:

  • Mankato West 18  Faribault 0
  • Winona 6   Owatonna 3
  • Mankato East 14 Rochester John Marshall 0
  • Northfield 22 Austin 2
  • Rocheser Mayo 5  Red Wing 4
  • Rochester Century 1  Albert Lea 0
  • Hayfield 11 Blooming Prairie 1
  • Glenville-Emmons/Alden-Conger 16  Kenyon-Wanamingo  1
  • Farmington 3  Lakeville South 2
  • Shakopee 10 Waconia 0
  • Cannon Falls 13  Rochester Lourdes 0
  • Chatfield 10 Fillmore Central/Lanesboro 0
  • New Ulm 13 Waseca 0
  • Jordan 3  Mound Westonka 2
  • LeSueur-Henderson 2 Norwood-Young America 0
  • N-YA  8  L-H 4
  • Belle Plaine 11 Tri-City United 1
  • Belle Plaine 14 TCU 0
  • St. Charles 2  Cotter 0

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