Men sit at fifth with 8-10 record

Rigoberto Lopez

Daniel Ojeda, Reporter

Following an eight game losing streak, the Renegades managed to win a season high four straight and five of seven, showing the team isn’t quitting despite the rough patches throughout the season. The highlight of that stretch was a victory against Saddleback, who eliminated BC from the playoffs last season.

The Renegades are currently in fifth place with an 8-10 conference record and 13-20 record overall.


April 3

The losing streak continues as the Renegades fell against Glendale College 7-4.

Despite falling behind early in the game, BC would came back to tie the game at three before Glendale College scored three of their own in the third to give them the lead for good.

Of the seven runs scored, only one was earned as the BC defense committed six errors.

Kaidan Meadows had three hits for BC, including a solo homerun in the second.


April 4

LA Mission beat BC 4-1 as the Renegades dropped their eighth straight game, a season high.

Cole Hallum pitched eight solid innings to keep the game close but the offense managed to score only once despite 10 hits.

Rolando Martinez, Zach Tanner, Kaidan Meadows and Junior Felix each had two hits for the Renegades.


April 5

The Renegades finally snapped their losing streak by beating Glendale College 4-2.

After falling behind early by a run, BC would comeback to tie the game before an Erik Williams homer gave BC the lead for good.

Williams finished the game with two hits and a walk.

After a shaky start, Allan Winans was solid, allowing just one run on two hits in his final five innings of work. He walked two and had two strikeouts to pick up the win.

Jarod Solf picked up the save with three innings of scoreless relief.


April 8

BC won its second straight game by beating Antelope Valley 6-3.

The Renegades fell behind early in the game before scoring five unanswered runs to put the game away for good.

In the seventh, a bases loaded single by Kaidan Meadows scored two giving BC its first lead at 4-3, before RBI doubles by Zach Tanner and Junior Felix put the game out of reach.

Tanner finished with two doubles and an RBI, Felix also had two doubles and two RBI, while Meadows had two hits and two RBI.


April 10

The Renegades offense had a big day, pummeling Antelope Valley 19-5.

The BC offense came alive as they scored early and often leading by eight before Antelope Valley scored its first run. BC scored in every inning except two and scored a season high six runs in the eighth inning.

Erik Williams led the way for BC, blasting a two run homerun in the fifth and adding a solo homerun in the ninth. Williams also had an RBI double, two walks and scored four runs, finishing the game with four hits and five RBI. Williams has five homeruns this season, a team high.

Rolando Martinez had three hits, including a triple, and an RBI, Zach Tanner and Jake Verdugo each had two hits and each had three RBI for the game. Eddie Torres finished with three hits and two RBI.

Cole Hallum pitched six innings, allowing only two runs, to pick up the win.


April 11

The Renegades won their season high fourth straight game by beating West LA 6-1.

BC scored in the first on an RBI single by Erik Williams and added another run in the third on an RBI single by Cole Hallum.

Those two runs would prove to be enough as BC starter Allan Winans pitched a complete game allowing only one run while striking out 11 and walking none.

Hallum finished the day with three hits, including a homerun and two RBI. Williams also had three hits and two RBI while Rolando Martinez added a hit and two RBI.


April 15

The Renegades winning streak is over as College of the Sequoias handed BC a 6-3 loss.

The game was scoreless until the third inning when COS scored six runs, a deficit the Renegades wouldn’t be able to overcome.

BC’s offense was kept quiet for most of the game before breaking through in the eighth scoring three runs.

Zach Tanner was 3 for 4 with an RBI. Cole Hallum finished with an RBI triple and Kaidan Meadows finished with an RBI double.


April 16

The Renegades dropped their second straight as Reedley beat BC 10-3.

The game was tied at one before BC scored in the top of the fifth to take the lead momentarily. Reedley then scored five to take the lead and added four in the seventh to put the game out of reach.

Rolando Martinez had two hits and an RBI with Cole Hallum and Erik Williams each adding an RBI.


April 17

BC walked off with a win beating Saddleback 3-2 in extra innings.

With the score tied at one entering the ninth, Saddleback scored taking the late lead.

With two outs and a runner on second in the bottom of the ninth, Jake Verdugo would come through in the clutch doubling to left scoring the runner to tie the game.

In the tenth, Cole Hallum would double and then take third on a fly out to right. He would score on a wild pitch to give BC the walk off win.

Once again Allan Winans had a solid outing pitching nine innings, striking out nine while only allowing two runs.

Next up for the Renegades are the final two home games of the season against West LA on April 22 and College of the Canyons on the 24