Softball stays hot, baseball does not

Mountie Weekly Recap March 4-9

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It was another big week for the Mt. SAC softball team as the number one ranked Mounties extended their win streak to 13 games. Meanwhile, baseball’s woes came back after they split last week’s games. Continue below for everything that happened this week in Mountie sports.

BASEBALL

The baseball team started with a 1-0 loss to Compton on Tuesday despite a stellar outing for pitcher Jacob Kampen. He went five innings, gave up three hits, two walks, one run, and struck out five. Unfortunately, the one run was all Compton needed as the Mounties could only muster five singles. They bounced back against Compton on Friday with a 8-2 win. Caleb Ellis had two hits and drove in two runs. Michael Sandoval had a solo home run. The Mounties were able to run all over the place as they had eight steals. Wyatt Regis went six innings of shutout baseball. He allowed four hits, two walks, and struck out six. They would then fall to Cerritos on Saturday in a slugfest, 13-11. Dylan Zavala finished a double shy of the cycle, going 4-5 with six RBI, including a home run and two triples. Michael Rosales had a two-run single as well. Matt Garcia had a rough outing in relief. He went 1.1 innings, giving up five hits, five runs, and a walk. The team now falls to 9-11 and will look to bounce back against Cerritos on Tuesday, March 12.

SOFTBALL

It was another dominant win for the softball team, as they beat Chaffey 11-2 on Tuesday as their shutout streak ended at four but extended their winning streak to 13 games. After falling behind 2-0 in the first, they went on to score 11 unanswered. Adriana Ramirez had a two-run home run, Vicky Gutierrez had a two-run triple, and Ciara Granado also pitched it with a solo homer. Briana Wheeler picked up another win. She went five innings, giving up two hits, three walks, two runs, and striking out six. The game against Compton on Thursday was postponed. They will look to extend it Monday, March 15 against Santa Ana.

MEN’S TRACK & FIELD

This weekend was the Ben Brown Invitational at Cal State Fullerton. Armand Stevens won the 100 Meters Finals with a time of 11.09. Travion Phillips finished second in the 400 Meters Finals at a time of 50.29. Leroy Williams IV came in fifth in the 110 Hurdles Finals at a time of 14.78. Calvin Oury and Ryan Lopez finished second and third in the Pole Vault Finals with a mark of 4.35 meters. David Ripley finished third in the Long Jump Finals with a mark of 6.3 meters. Robert Taft finished fourth at 6.25 meters. Javier Sandoval Guzman finished third in the Shot Put Finals with a mark of 10.2 meters. He also finished fourth in the Discus Finals with a mark of 30.84 meters. There were many top five finished for individuals this weekend. The men will now take part in the Riverside City College Open on Friday, March 15.

WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD

The women also participated in the Ben Brown Invitational. Kayla Rodriguez finished third in the 100 Meters Finals with a time of 12.94. Crystal Vongphrasouk came in fourth in the 800 Meters Finals with a time of 2:37.6. The team finished third in the 4 x 400 Relay Finals. Rodriguez, Terra Veladez, Jasmine Garcia, and Elizabeth Chidester combined for a time of 4:12.08. Darla Gonzalez finished first in the Pole Vault Finals with a mark of 3.85 meters. Amy Campos came in fourth with a time mark of 3.4 meters. Senna Forkner finished second in the Javelin Finals with a mark of 33.51 meters. The team will also take part in the Riverside City College open on Friday, March 15.