BC Baseball Scores

Jason Reed, Sports Editor

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The Bakersfield College baseball team continued its hot streak with a 15-3 record, winning eight of its last nine games.  BC has scored eight runs per game in its first 18 games and is only allowing just 3.6 runs per game this season.

 

Feb. 28

BC 10, Citrus 5

BC’s starting pitcher Ryan Stapp took the mound for the Renegades, allowing three earned runs and eight hits in six innings.  BC was down 5-1, before scoring six runs in the eighth inning to earn a 10-5 comeback victory over Citrus College.  Center fielder Kyle Nixon and first baseman Blayne Ontiveros both had two RBIs for BC.

 

March 2

BC 8, L.A. Mission 6

BC took its six-game winning streak on the road against L.A. Mission College and jumped out to a 6-1 lead in the third inning.  L.A. Mission then went on to outscore BC 5-2 throughout the remainder of the game, but the Renegades held on and secured an 8-6 victory.  Catcher Justin Martinez had four RBIs for BC and scored two runs on 2-for-5 batting.  Starting pitcher Justin Kelly got the win for BC,  improving to 3-1 but allowed five earned runs over six innings.  Outfielder, Jake Aucelluzzo got three RBI’s for L.A. Mission.

 

March 5

BC 8, L.A. Mission 7

BC’s winning streak was once again tested against L.A. Mission.  Pitcher Brad Lindsley allowed seven hits and gave up four runs in eight innings.  Center fielder Kyle Nixon had three RBIs for the Renegades.  Third baseman Nick Sakowski scored three runs, going 2-for-3 at the plate.  Right fielder Spencer Daniels had four RBIs for L.A. Mission.

 

March 7

BC 8, Glendale 6

BC extended its winning streak to eight games.  BC jumped out to a 6-2 lead in the first five innings of the game before the Vaqueros attempted a comeback, outscoring the Renegades 4-2 in the final three innings.  Right-handed pitcher Sean Deweese got the save for BC.  Designated hitter Luc Pomales went 3-for-5 with three RBIs, and right fielder Jordan Turner went 3-for-4 with two RBIs. The win improved BC to 6-1 on the road.

 

March 9

Glendale 3, BC 2

BC’s winning streak was snapped at eight against Glendale, falling 3-2.  BC left-handed pitcher Justin Kelly gave up three earned runs on five hits and struck out three batters.  Tei Vanderford of Glendale pitched seven innings and struck out 11. BC fell to 15-3 overall and 8-2 in the Western State Conference.  Glendale improved to 11-5 and 6-2 in the WSC, two games behind BC in the win column for first place.  BC lost its first home since Feb. 3, and is now 7-2 at home.  BC will host 8-9 Merced College March 14 in a non-conference.

 
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