Cordova Softball Shuts Out Union Mine
Sophomore pitcher Alexis Wygand is 5-6 with a 4.58 ERA for the Lancers this season. Photo by Rick Sloan
Cordova Freshman Erica Jackson had four hits and four RBIs in two games against Union Mine, raising her batting average to .350 on the season. Photo by Rick Sloan
RANCHO CORDOVA, CA (MPG) - For the second day in a row the Lancers defeated an overmatched Union Mine team, shutting them out 8-0. A day prior, Cordova knocked out 23 hits in route to a 15-1 victory over the Diamondbacks to take game one of the series in dominant fashion.
Cordova (5-6, 2-4) kept those hot bats rolling in game two, led by a pair of hits from Cassie Rucker, Emika Love and Erica Jackson. The freshman Jackson also knocked in two RBIs on the day. Rucker and Love lead the team in hitting with .533 and .429 batting averages, respectively.
Sophomore Alexis Wygand threw a complete game shutout for the Lancers, allowing just five hits and one walk while striking out four along the way. She pitched a complete game and allowed only one run the day before, stifling the Diamondbacks two days in a row.
Ahead for the Lancers is a matchup with Vista del Lago on Friday, April 20. First pitch is at 7pm under the lights at Folsom Lake College. They follow that up with a double-header in Galt on Tuesday, April 24. Game one is set for a 1pm first pitch.
The Lancers currently sit in third place of the Sierra Valley Conference standings behind Liberty Ranch and Rosemont. Union Mine resides at the bottom of the pack with just a 1-6 record overall.