Softball: Misfeldt strikes out 16 of 19 Lincoln batters in no-hitter
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Tracy High senior pitcher Tayler Misfeldt had a perfect game going until an infield error in the bottom of the sixth inning allowed the Lincoln Trojans their only base runner of the day in Tracy’s 12-0 win Tuesday in Stockton.

Misfeldt struck out 16 of the 19 batters she faced in the no-hitter, snagging a line drive from one more while another was retired on an infield pop-out.

Meanwhile, Tracy (9-2, 3-0 San Joaquin Athletic Association) had a big day at the plate with 14 base hits and also took advantage of five Lincoln errors. Freshman Mikayla Coelho collected four hits and a sacrifice fly, junior Brooke Ornellas had two hits and two RBIs, senior Sabrina George singled and doubled, and sophomore Sonia Reddy had two hits.

West 7, Freedom 7

West High (4-4-1) opened with a five-run first inning Tuesday at Freedom High in Oakley, but Freedom finished with four runs in the sixth and one more in the seventh to tie the game.

Nine hits for the Wolf Pack (4-4-1) included four by junior Shelby Weeks, who batted in two runs. Senior Haley Hollis also batted in two runs, and sophomore Hailey Martin drove in one. Sophomore pitcher Janae Sims gave up seven hits and struck out 14 batters.

Kimball 21, Sonora 1

Nothing could hold back the Kimball High batters Friday in Sonora.

The Jaguars (4-3, 2-1 Valley Oak League) knocked 17 base hits and took advantage of five errors by Sonora (0-3 VOL) in a game that included a nine-run second inning for Kimball.

Senior Danielle Lallos went 4-for-4, including a double and two RBIs. Senior Amanda Riley and junior Alyssa Lewis each doubled and singled and batted in runs, and senior Gabbi Cox also had two base hits. Junior pitcher Tahnee Trew gave up three hits in five innings.

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

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