Softball: West senior pitches shutout in first start
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Apr 17, 2014 | 1256 views | 0 0 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print

West High senior Kayla Lopez made her first appearance of the season as the Wolf Pack’s starting pitcher and pitched five shutout innings for West’s 10-0 win at home Wednesday over the winless McNair High Eagles.

Lopez allowed three hits and struck out four batters.

The Wolf Pack (10-6-1, 5-1 Tri-City Athletic League) had 10 base hits and a seven-run fourth inning and exploited four errors by McNair (0-14, 0-7 TCAL).

Junior Shelby Weeks had three base hits, senior Haley Hollis had two hits, sophomore Taylor Burns singled to drive in three runs, and junior Kristen Olson singled and drove in two runs.

Kimball 14, Sonora 1

Kimball High senior Danielle Lallos started her team’s six-run rally in the first inning with a solo home run over the left-center fence Wednesday at the Tracy Sports Complex.

Lallos also doubled in the first as the Jaguars (8-7, 5-5 Valley Oak League) dominated the Sonora Wildcats (1-16, 0-10 VOL).

Senior Llesenia Torres had three of the Jaguars’ 13 base hits, a triple and two doubles. Senior Amanda Riley and junior Tahnee Trew had two hits each.

Riley, Torres, Trew and sophomore Samantha Sarmiento shared pitching duties, striking out nine batters over five innings, with starting pitcher Riley getting the win.

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