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A big seventh-inning rally propelled Glenelg’s softball team to a 6-4 victory over Howard in Friday’s Howard Conference clash.

The visiting Gladiators (2-0, 2-0) trailed 4-2 entering the final inning before roaring back for their sixth straight win against Howard (1-1, 1-1), going back to 2010.

Collen Regan pitched three shutout innings for her second win and was one of five Gladiators to drive in a run. Faith Kujawa led the offense with a home run and two RBI.

Glenelg junior Faith Kujawa blasts a crucial home run that decided the game for the Gladiators in the seventh inning.

Glenelg junior Faith Kujawa is greeted at home plated by her teammates after a home run.

Glenelg starting pitcher Mandy Bendix calls out a popup to her infield.

Howard first baseman Jodi Bahrijczuk takes a throw as Glenelg’s Leah Allen heads for the base.

Howard freshman Berit Batterton throws to home plate.

Glenelg senior Leah Allen, left, throws to first base as Howard’s Alli Jakubek (23) goes into second.

Howard senior Katie Wilkinson slides home.

Junior Kayli Paugh pitched the whole game for Howard.

Glenelg junior Colleen Regan is all smiles after the defending Howard County champion’s win.