Softball: Bulldogs honor sophomore Ehysa Glidewell in season finale

Apr. 27—The Allan Hancock College softball team ended the season with a 10-0 loss to WSC North leader Moorpark College at home, Tuesday afternoon.

Prior to the game, the Bulldogs honored lone sophomore Ehsya Glidewell for her dedication to the program throughout the years. Longtime assistant coach, Jada Clark, was also recognized during her final game as a member of the coaching staff.

The Raiders (29-9, 12-0 WSC) managed to put up four runs through the first five innings before rattling off an explosive six-run rally in the final inning. The Bulldogs were unable to register a hit in the contest but did manage to get on base three times due to walks for Abigail Salazar, Xchelle Glidewell, and Ehysa Glidewell.

Briana Munoz was charged with the loss in the circle after a complete game showing. She struck out four batters but surrendered nine earned runs and scattered 14 hits through six innings of work.

Boorpark's Lindsey Cowans improved to 15-3 on the season with a no-hitter. She struck out seven and walked three. Alexa Martinez had two doubles, Alahna Long had one and Marley Taormina had two triples while Danielle Heidmann had one. Martinez and Taormina each had three RBIs.

The Bulldogs close the season with an overall record of 20-15 while holding an impressive 14-5 mark at home. They also hold an 8-4 record against Western State Conference North foes, placing them in the third-place slot of the league standings.


Nipomo 18, Orcutt Academy 1

The Titans pounded out 23 hits in the five-inning win over Orcutt, scoring 10 times in the fifth.

Nate Reese went 4-for-5 with four runs and two RBIs. Wade Arkinson finished 3-for-5 with four RBIs and two runs while Kaden Case had four hits and two runs. Lukas Ward drove in three runs and scored twice. Victor Garibay went 3-for-5 with two RBIs.

Ward struck out five in four innings.


Pioneer Valley 13, Santa Maria 2

Kaylee Dolores scored three times as Mila Dolores went 2-for-3 with three runs and an RBI. Jaylynn Dolores had two RBIs and two runs. Rianna Dulay drove in a pair of runs and freshman Adriana Padilla went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs.

Padilla had two doubles and Jaylene Roybal had a homer and three RBIs.

Padilla struck out six in five innings. Cristina Rodriguez had two hits for the Saints.

Boys golf

Santa Ynez 467, Cabrillo 482

Santa Ynez clinched third place in the Channel League with Tuesday's win in tough conditions on a tricky golf course. Rye Winans was the medalist of the match with an 87.

The other scorers for Santa Ynez were Brayden Mlodzik (91), Cody Armenta (93), Marcelo Andrade (97) and Owen Hirth (99)

Luke Radabaugh led and Sean Gummere led Cabrillo with scores of 93. Brad McCune (97), Zach Radabaugh (99) and Justin Steffens (100) also scored for the Conqs.