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Renegade softball is looking for consistency as they enter homestretch

Felicity Tomisaka, Reporter

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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.

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Renegade softball is looking for consistency as they enter homestretch