The Spanish Springs girls opened the season last week with four wins in the Sac Preseason Tourney in Northern California.
Amidori Anderson helped get the Cougs in the winning column for the first time with a three hit shutout in a 10-0 win over Placer, Calif. on Friday. The senior also had a home run, two hits and three RBIs. Alysa Micone added a solo home run in the win. Later that day, the Cougs scored two in the fifth to earn a 4-3 victory over Del Oro, Calif. Tyra Clary starred for the Cougs at the plate and in the circle with a two run blast while pitching six strong innings.
Spanish Springs wrapped up the tourney on Saturday with an 8-5 win over Whitney, Calif. and a 14-0 rout of River City, Calif. Kaylah House earned the win in the morning game while Clary struck out five over five innings of no-hit ball in the afternoon. House led the way at the plate against River City with four RBIs and freshman Clarissa Andrews picked up three hits and two RBIs.
The Cougs host their first game tomorrow at 3:45 p.m. against Wooster before traveling to Carson for a doubleheader on Friday.
The Raiders began their season over the weekend in Sacramento and picked up one win in the four game tournament.
Reed got off to a rough start on Friday, dropping both games they played while getting shutout in the process. They fell to St. Francis, Calif. 5-0 in game one before losing 12-0 to Rocklin, Calif. later in the day.
The girls picked up their first win on Saturday, however, with a 5-4 win over Lincoln, Calif. after scoring three runs in the fourth. Alyssa Lange earned the win in the circle and Shelby Marquardt led the way at the dish with two hits and a pair of RBIs. Alicia Coats and Cailyn Leone each had a pair of hits in the win.
Reed jumped out to an early 7-0 lead in the tourney finale to Oakmont, Calif. but let up a six spot in the third inning and the two teams played to an eventual 8-8 tie. Alexis Carrasco had two hits and four RBIs for the Raiders.
The Raiders played at Damonte Ranch yesterday and have the rest of the week off before returning to play next Tuesday at home against Bishop Manogue.
The Railroaders won its first game of the season Friday with a 15-0 shutout of Truckee. Sparks fell to Dayton 11-6 on Saturday and went on to lose later in the day to Oasis Academy, 20-0.
Sparks hosts three games this weekend starting at 3 p.m. Friday at home before playing a doubleheader on Saturday.