Sports Roundup: Colusa softball, Pierce baseball results
Colusa 0, Hilmar 0
The Colusa High softball team opened the NorCal Classic softball tournament with a 0-0 draw against Hilmar High.
Sophia Garcia and Hilmar's Kasidi Barcelos engaged in a pitchers duel for seven innings and neither offense broke through.
Colusa nearly pulled off the win but Coral Imhoff was thrown out at home on a great defensive play by the Yellowjackets (8-4-1).
Garcia struck out nine and allowed four hits while Barcelos struck out 10 and gave up one hit and three walks.
Millennium 2, Colusa 1
Ashleigh Biggs hit a sacrifice fly in the first inning, scoring Emily Corriea but the RedHawks couldn't plate another run and lost 2-1 to Millennium High from Tracy on Saturday.
Mattie Myers went 2 for 3 but the Falcons (4-1) scored twice in the fourth inning for the victory.
Clovis 6, Colusa 0
Facing a school with more than 2,000 students, the Colusa softball team put up a fight before falling 6-0 to Clovis High (14-10) on Saturday.
Brittanee Garcia singled for the RedHawks only hit but Sophia Garcia kept Colusa in the game, allowing seven hits and four walks in six innings.
Biggs stayed active in the field, throwing out eight runners from shortstop and reached base on a walk.
Colusa (8-5-1, 3-0 Sacramento Valley) returned home with a SVL game against Durham High yesterday and travels to Arbuckle to play Pierce High on Thursday.
St. Bernard's 12, Pierce 2
Pierce High opened the Fort Bragg Tournament with a 12-2 loss to St. Bernard's on Friday.
St. Vincent 7, Pierce 6
The Bears came up short against St. Vincent at the Fort Bragg Tournament and came home winless after a tough round against top teams over two days.
Taylor Cabral and Chris Tapia each recorded a pair of hits and RBIs in the loss on Friday, and were eventually named all-tournament.
Pierce's record dropped to 3-10 overall after the tournament.