The Blazers get two more wins on road

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The Blazers played the El Rio Rampage in two morning games this past Saturday at Juhan Park. The Blazers took the lead and never looked back in the first game.

The game was shortened due to the run-ahead rule. The score was12-0 after 4innings. Starting on the mound Daniella Hinojos (4K/0W/0ER) for two innings, Brianna Galarza (0K/0W/0ER) 1 inning of relief, and Nikki Baldenegro (1K/0W/0ER) closing 1 inning combined for the shutout. Offensively all nine Blazer batters registered 1 hit.

In the second game of the double header the Blazers took an 8-0 lead and with the assistance of seven runs in the fifth inning ran away with another win. The final score17-4 after fiveinnings.

Starting on the mound for the Blazers Nikki Baldenegro (2K/0W/0ER) for two innings, Daniella Hinojos relieving (3K/3W/0ER) two innings, and Brianna Galarza (1K/1W/0ER) closing one inning.

Offensively the Blazers were led by Ahleah Arbizo (2-3, double), Nikki Baldenegro (3-4, triple, double), Tara Lorona (2-4, double), Brianna Galarza (2-4, HR), and Emma Alvarado (2-4, triple).

Up next for the Blazers, Sahuarita.

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