Renegade softball is looking for consistency as they enter homestretch

Felicity Tomisaka, Reporter

Bakersfield College’s softball team played 11 games over the past three weeks, winning six of them.

The Rengades are 6-4 in the Western State Conference Blue Division and 10-16-1 overall.

The highlights of the time span were doubleheader sweeps against Citrus on March 15 and LA Mission on March 29.

The Renegades beat Citrus 4-2 and 10-8.

Against Mission, the Renegades won 4-2 in eight innings behind a home run from Trinidad Lee.

In the second game, BC won 11-7 as Madalyn Arambula had four hits and Alyssa Gonzales had three.

Lee and Karlee Goolsby each hit home runs.

In other games, BC beat Santa Monica 15-3 on March 17.

The Renegades split with Riverside on March 19, losing 9-1 and winning 10-7, and lost a doubleheader to Canyons 14-0 and 3-1 March 22.

BC lost to LA Valley 8-3 on March 24 and Antelope Valley 11-3 on March 31.

In the loss to Canyons, Cassandra Sanchez had an RBI single in the 3-1 loss, and against LA Valley, Arambula hit a home run.

BC played at Glendale on April 5 and is on the road April 7 at Citrus.