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Renegade Baseball takes down LA Mission 11-10

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1.	BC player Zach Williams preparing for a pitch against LA Mission College in the bottom of the first inning on March 15.

1. BC player Zach Williams preparing for a pitch against LA Mission College in the bottom of the first inning on March 15.

Naythan Bryant

Naythan Bryant

1. BC player Zach Williams preparing for a pitch against LA Mission College in the bottom of the first inning on March 15.

Naythan Bryant, Reporter

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The Renegades took down Western Conference leader LA Mission College on Thursday March 15 in an 11-10 victory at Bakersfield College.

The scoring started early as BCs offense jumped ahead of LA Mission, scoring four runs in the first two innings with the help of RBIs from Brycin Hernandez and Ashanti Ross. The next inning was more of the same as BC scored three more runs off five hits, extending The Renegades lead to 7-1 by the bottom of the third.

The game was nearly secured with a homerun from BC’s Zach Williams in the bottom of the fifth inning, bringing the score to 10-3. Williams, a freshman from Liberty High School, went two for three on the night with three RBIs and two runs scored.

The top of the sixth inning prompted an apparent comeback by LA Mission as they were able to bat in four runs with RBIs from Andrew Scheineit and Cade Spurlin. After scoring two more runs in the seventh, The Eagles comeback was stopped short by an RBI from BCs Williams. The single brought in baserunner Konner Dodge and allowed BC pitcher Nathan Ortiz to secure the win by striking out the last two batters he faced in the ninth inning.

Frankie Villasenor started on the mound for The Renegades and is credited with the win, allowing five runs earned on eight hits with three strikeouts. Bakersfield College (9-14, 4-3) look to keep their momentum going as they prepare to play LA Mission again on March 20 at 3 p.m.

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