Baseball Scores

Kyle Cortez, Reporter

April 5

West L.A. College 11, Bakersfield College 1

The Renegades committed seven errors in the game. Hudson Hartley got the start for BC, and he only pitched 3.2 innings while giving up seven runs (three earned) on seven hits. BC only had four hits and the team combined to strikeout eight times.

April 7

Bakersfield College 13, West L.A. College 7

West L.A. College committed eight errors in the game. Monty Stevens was the starting pitcher for BC and he picked up the win. Stevens gave up five runs on eight hits and walked six, but he was able to pitch six tough innings. Brooks Douglass, Hanz Harker and Juan Gonzalez all registered three hits. Douglass went 3-for-6 with three RBIs. Harker went 3-for-5 with two RBIs. Gonzalez went 3-for-6 with three RBIs.

April 9

Bakersfield College 2, West L.A. College 0

The game was called after five innings due to rain. Austin Toerner pitched five innings giving up only two hits to get the win. Both of BC’s runs came in the bottom of the second inning. Harrison Smith scored on a balk. Brock Hallum scored on a throwing error by West LA’s third baseman.

April 12

College of the Canyons 13, Bakersfield College 3

College of the Canyons had eighteen hits. Canyons top three hitters in the lineup combined to go 9-for-14 with nine RBIs. Hudson Hartley got the loss for BC. Hartley gave up 11 runs on 13 hits, which included three home runs. Brooks Douglass was the only Renegade who had multiple hits. Douglass went 2-for-5. BC combined to strikeout 14 times at the plate.

April 14

Bakersfield College 20, College of the Canyons 9

BC erupted for 22 hits. BC was down 6-0 after the first inning, but they continued to chip away at the lead. BC finally took the lead in the sixth inning by scoring eight runs. Canyons made nine errors in the game, four of them came in the bottom of the sixth which aided the Renegades comeback. Monty Stevens started for BC, but he only pitched one inning having given up six runs on five hits and walking four in the top of the first. Cain Roberts got the win for BC by pitching six innings of relief, giving up three runs on eight hits while striking out five. Jacob Herrera went 5-for-6 with three RBIs. Brooks Douglass went 4-for-5 with two RBIs. Kyle James went 3-for-5 with three RBIs.

April 16

Bakersfield College 10, College of the Canyons 6

BC was able to take the rubber match against the second-ranked team in the state, Canyons, to win the season series 2-1. Starting pitcher Austin Toerner got the win for BC by pitching six innings. Cyrus Parsons came in for relief and pitched three hitless innings. Hanz Harker hit a two-run home run, which allowed the Renegades to maintain their lead.

BC sits in third place in the Western State Conference-South Division, just two games out of first place with six games left to play in the season.

BC’s next game is at L.A. Valley College on April 19. BC’s next home game is on April 21 against L.A. Valley College.