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BC baseball beats Valley, 18-6

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Bakersfield College pitcher Chris Diaz on the mound warming up with catcher Kyle Willman in their game against LA Valley College on April 10.

Bakersfield College pitcher Chris Diaz on the mound warming up with catcher Kyle Willman in their game against LA Valley College on April 10.

Naythan Bryant

Naythan Bryant

Bakersfield College pitcher Chris Diaz on the mound warming up with catcher Kyle Willman in their game against LA Valley College on April 10.

Naythan Bryant, Reporter

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Bakersfield College baseball defeated LA Valley College 18-6 in their highest scoring game of the season on April 10 at Gerry Collis Field.

The Renegades offense was led by Luke Lewis who went 4-4 at the plate with five RBIs. BC players Brycin Hernandez, Joe Pineda, and Isaac Ramos registered two RBIs each with an inside the park homerun from Hernandez in the bottom of the third inning. The Renegades scored seven in the first three innings and kept the bats swinging through the end of the game, scoring five in the bottom of the eighth to secure the win.

BC pitcher Chris Diaz was awarded the win after allowing three runs earned on four hits with four strikeouts. While LA Valley pitcher Chasen Shaw was credited with the loss, the Monarchs pitched eight different players on the mound for the game. Shaw allowed six runs on six hits before being pulled.

Together, the Renegades registered 17 hits against LA Valley with 13 players being walked. The victory secures BCs first place position in the southern section of the Western State Conference by half a game and moves their record to 16-17, 10-3 WSC. BCs next home game is against West LA on April 14 at 12 p.m.

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