Softball walks off twice


Elias C. Ahumada

The BC softball team huddles around head coach Christie Hill after topping conference-leading Citrus on April 2. Pitcher Trinidad Lee hit a walk-off two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh; her second walk-off of the week.

Mason J. Rockfellow, Reporter

While everyone was on spring break, the Bakersfield College softball team was still stepping up to the plate, taking home two wins leaving them at 5-8 in the conference.

BC played a doubleheader against Glendale on March 31, who recently destroyed BC on March 5, 8-0.

Even with doubles being hit by Alex Avila, Brooke Quiddam, and Trinidad Lee, and four RBIs. But with Glendale totaling up with four doubles and eight RBIs, they took the first win of the day 11-7.

The second game was a turn around for BC as they flipped the script on Glendale and didn’t even allow a run to them until the seventh inning. BC took the well-earned victory 6-4.

The next game was against Citrus College on April 2. This time Citrus had to come to BC’s home turf after BC had lost both games in a doubleheader on March 10 at Citrus.

It was a close game, but BC got their revenge on Citrus and took home a close win 6-5. BC’s Trinidad Lee definitely showed some initiative against Citrus with two home runs, four RBIs and a triple.

After the doubleheader at Santa Monica on April 7, BC will be hosting to College of the Canyons on April 9, traveling to LA on April 14 to play Los Angeles Valley College and will also be in LA on April 16 to face off against Los Angeles Mission College, and will then be in Antelope Valley on April 21.