The Chelsea High softball team earned its second win of the season with a 28-4 thumping of Lynn Tech that was called after five innings because of the mercy rule.
Anisia Santiago started her first game on the mound for the Lady Red Devils and pitched well through the first two innings. Senior captain Erin Kelley came on in the middle of the second frame and finished out the contest, hurling shutout softball the rest of the way.
Among the Lady Red Devils who provided the offensive production were Darcy and Danielle Smith. Katherine Pacas played well at third base and Gabby Salazar made a nice, one-handed, running catch in centerfield and then doubled up a base runner at third.
Although Chelsea did not have as much luck Monday against N.E. Vocational, the Lady Red Devils played evenly with NE, which is one of the top teams in the league, through three innings. Santiago once again started for Chelsea and Kiana Binford came on and pitched well in her first ever outing.
Coach Ted Freeley and his squad were scheduled to be at Mystic Valley yesterday (Wednesday) and will host Mystic tomorrow. They play at Minuteman Regional Monday and at Shawsheen Tech next Wednesday.