Softball: Tracy shuts out early SJAA opponents
by TP staff
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Tracy got its second win of San Joaquin Athletic Association play on Wednesday against Lodi at the Tracy Sports Complex, 8-0, with the Bulldogs (4-2, 2-0 SJAA) collecting 12 hits for the day, including a double, two triples and three RBIs by junior Hayley Nunes. Senior Jazmin Clarke also tripled and batted in three runs.

Senior Tayler Misfeldt pitched all seven innings for the win, allowing four hits and striking out 12 batters from Lodi (4-5, 1-1 SJAA).

East Union 6, Kimball 2

The Jaguars ran up against a hard-hitting East Union team on Wednesday at the Tracy Sports Complex.

Kimball (3-3, 1-1 Valley Oak League ) outhit East Union (8-0, 2-0 VOL) but committed five errors that gave the Lancers more scoring opportunities. A double and a triple in the first inning put East Union up 2-0, followed by a solo homer in the second.

Kimball got on the scoreboard with sophomore Samantha Sarmiento’s solo home run to deep center field. Sarmiento also batted in a run in the fourth inning after senior Llesenia Torres doubled in the fourth.

Sarmiento pitched seven innings, allowed seven hits and gave up six runs, two of them earned.

Tracy 11, Franklin 0

The Bulldogs blanked the Franklin Yellow Jackets of Stockton on Tuesday in 4½ innings at Tracy Sports Complex, opening San Joaquin Athletic Association play.

Misfeldt, the starting pitcher, allowed no hits and struck out six batters over three innings for the win, and Kimberly Paschal gave up one hit over two innings.

Tracy pounded out 11 hits, including two triples and two RBIs by freshman Mikayla Coelho; a double, a triple and four RBIs by Clarke ; and three singles and an RBI by Nunes.

Millennium 10, Gustine 5

The Falcons started off with a four-run first inning and never gave up the lead during a home game Tuesday at the Tracy Learning Center.

The Falcons (3-0) collected 14 hits, including a triple and a single by senior Gabrielle Ramirez, who batted in five runs, and a double and a single by sophomore Jayda Jenkins. Senior Ericka Dominguez and sophomore Alex Ramirez both singled twice.

Gustine (3-3) got 10 hits off Millennium sophomore pitcher Amy Wise, who pitched all seven innings for the win

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