Softball: Kimball wins one, loses one at St. Mary's tourney
by Tracy Press staff
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Woodcreek 6, Kimball 0

Kimball and Woodcreek played a scoreless game for four innings in the second game of the Ted Yoneda Tourney at St. Mary's High in Stockton. Woodcreek rallied and took advantage of Kimball errors for five runs in the bottom of the fifth. It was Jaguar pitcher Alexis Lopez’ (2-1) first loss of the season. Danielle Lallos also pitched an inning and gave up an unearned run. Samantha Sanders, Arianna Hawkins, Montanna Bradley, Katie Hanville, and Danielle Lallos all had base hits.

Kimball 10, McNair 0

Kimball High’s softball team started the Ted Yoneda Tourney at St. Mary's High in Stockton with a 10-0 win over McNair on Thursday. Starting pitcher Alexis Lopez (1-1) got the win after she allowed a hit for the leadoff batter, and then allowed no more hits and struck out three batters. Katie Hanville pitched relief for one inning.

Kimball scored five in the first inning. Katelyn Bomar and Gabbi Cox both scored on passed balls, Montanna Bradley hit a two-run double, and Taylor Honnoll batted in Bradley. Arianna Hawkins drove in two runs in the second, and Kayla Chelman and Angelique Vega also batted in runs. Hawkins batted in another in the third to end the game on the 10-run rule.

Cox and Bomar each had two hits and two stolen bases, Lallos and Bradley also had two hits each, and Samantha Sanders also had a base hit.

Freshmen: Kimball 14, Pitman 9

The Jaguar freshman softball team played its first game on Thursday, March 1, at Kimball High, and opened with a 14-9 win over Pitman High of Turlock. Starting pitcher Tahnee Trew gave up five hits and struck out eight for the win, and gave up three earned runs and Sarah Tatum and Pooja Ramankutty contributed key defensive plays.

Arielle Early singled twice, batted in two runs and stole two bases, Hailey Hummell singled and stole two bases, Kianna Schober and Sarah Tatum each singled, and leadoff batter Jalahna Burton walked three times, stole four bases and scored three times.

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