After falling one run shy of sending last Monday’s game against Pyramid Lake to extra innings, the Lady Bighorns softball team swept Mineral County on Friday by a combined score of 40-1.
Oasis Academy visited Pyramid Lake on Tuesday in a 1A West rematch and travels to Wells on Friday for a doubleheader.
In a 9-8 loss to the Lakers last week, Oasis Academy jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning before retaking the lead, 4-2, after the second inning. Pyramid Lake, though, tied the game again in the third before Oasis Academy grabbed the lead, 5-4, in the fifth.
The Lakers, however, scored five times in the sixth inning before the Bighorns came back with three in the final two innings.
Sophomore Lorena Ross and senior Stacy Bogdanowicz led the team with three hits and an RBI with Rios also doubling once. Sophomores Kaylin Guthrie and Kristen Detomasi and junior Enede Rios each had two hits with Guthrie recording a triple and Detomasi doubling and driving in two. Sophomore Taylynn Maynez and freshmen Grace Laca and Serenity Law each had one RBI.
Detamosi took the loss in the circle, pitching a complete game and giving up nine earned runs. She struck out seven but surrendered 10 hits and issued seven walks.
In Friday’s first game at Mineral County, a 24-0 three-inning win, Enede Rios and Guthrie led the team with two hits apiece and five combined RBIs with Rios leading the team three. Lorena Rios, freshman Dahilia Creer, Bogdanowicz and Maynez also drove in three runs.
The Bighorns didn’t strike out and were issued 18 walks.
Detamosi pitched all three innings, facing one batter above the minimum. She struck out seven and gave up no hits.
The nightcap ended in a 16-1, four-inning win for the Bighorns.
Laca led the team with three hits and three RBIs, and Guthrie drove in three on two hits. Enede Rios and Lorena Rios each had two hits and two RBIs, and Bogdanowicz singled and drove in two.
Detamosi gave up one run on two hits but struck out nine in four innings.
The Oasis Academy baseball team is on a three-game winning streak after edging Silver Stage, 7-4, last Tuesday before beating Tonopah, 18-5, on Friday on the road.
In the win over Silver Stage, the Bighorns led the entire game, building a 5-1 lead in the third inning before the Nighthawks came back with two runs to trail by two, 5-3. Oasis Academy, though, added two more in the fourth.
Freshmen Matthew Bird and Kayden White led the team with two hits, and freshman Ryder McNabb had two RBIs. Freshman Trevor Barrenchea, sophomore Josh Gusewelle and Bird each had an RBI.
Sophomore Zachary Budner picked up the win, striking out five in four innings while allowing four hits. Sophomore Fenn Mackedon pitched the last three innings and recorded eight of the nine outs by strikeout.
The Tonopah win appeared to be a battle after Oasis Academy led 5-4 after the first inning, but the Bighorns outscored the Muckers 13-1 to end the game after six innings.
White and Gusewelle each had four hits, including a double, and two RBIs, and Bird drove in four on two hits, including a pair of doubles. Budner singled twice and doubled, driving in three, and Mackedon, McNabb and Barrenchea each had two hits and two RBIs with exception of McNabb, who drove in three.
McNabb picked up the win, striking out 11 in 5.1 innings and allowing four hits.
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