Cedar Ridge shortstop Ava Lowry helped bring the power back for the Red Wolves softball team on Monday afternoon. Lowry hit two home runs, finished 4-for-5 at the plate and finished with six RBIs as Cedar Ridge defeated East Chapel Hill 18-5 at Wildcat Softball Stadium. The Red Wolves laced 22 hits against the Wildcats. Lowry has committed to play softball at North Carolina Wesleyan, where she is looking at a career in athletic training. While Lowry’s final year as a Cedar Ridge softball player will be cut short, she’s making the most of it so far. She’s hitting .538 with seven hits and ten RBIs. Against Northwood, Lowry went 3-for-4 with four RBIs and a double. Cedar Ridge will get the rest of the week off and prepare for Northern Durham next Tuesday in the first game after spring break. The Red Wolves are 2-2 in the Big 8 Conference.