No wonder Hailey Bator is headed for the University of Washington fastpitch team.
Bator, a sophomore left-handed pitcher who starred for Cle Elum before moving on to Wenatchee Valley College, has been lights-out this season for the NWAACC top-ranked Knights.
She has compiled NWAACC best totals in wins (17), strikeouts (186) and ERA (0.57).
Which is the primary reason WVC is 18-1 and 30-3.
Following are the updated NWAACC baseball and fastpitch polls.
Newest NWAACC coaches baseball poll: 1, Everett; 2, Treasure Valley; 3, Pierce; 4, Lower Columbia; 5, Mt. Hood; 6, Tacoma; 7, YAKIMA VALLEY; 8, Edmonds.
Also receiving votes: Linn-Benton (2), Spokane (2).
NWAACC coaches fastpitch poll: 1, Wenatchee Valley; 2, Mt. Hood; 3, Bellevue; 4, Clackamas; 5, Southwestern Oregon; 6, Lower Columbia; 7, Douglas; 8, Columbia Basin.
Also receiving votes: Spokane (7), Treasure Valley (3), Walla Walla (2), Highline (1).