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ROUNDUP: Scotties beat heat, Brawley



EastCountySports.com staff report


BRAWLEY – The Helix Highlanders went out to Brawley and brought home a shutout victory on Thursday, taking down the host Wildcats, 8-0.

Sophia Ramuno was the starter for the Scotties Varsity. She allowed one hit over five innings with eight strikeouts and no walks allowed.

“Our outfielders played a key role and made good plays that were important to us getting our of innings that felt like they were dragging on in the heat,” Ramuno said.

Nicole Hernandez had the game-winning RBI in the first inning.

Helix scored four runs in the fifth inning, as Jolene Giles, Ashton Isbelle, and Audrey Kull all had RBIs.

Kull and Bordine both had a pair of hits. Giles was the only Highlander with two runs scored.

Jio Nuanez covered the last two innings in the circle, allowing no hits and striking out two with no walks.

“(Nuanez) kept the ball in the zone and the hitters off-balance,” Ramuno said. “If our team remains cohesive, I have full confidence we will be successful.”


EL CAJON VALLEY 17, CASTLE PARK 1 – The Braves scored a large margin of victory on the road.


GUAJOME PARK 15, MOUNT MIGUEL 10 – Mount Miguel, which led 1-0 after the first inning, put together a mild comeback after trailing 15-4 after 6 1/2.

Juniors Roanna Riggins and Alex Schneider homered for the Matadors. Schneider had three hits and scored three runs, as well.

The Matadors fell to Kearny on Saturday, 18-1.





MISSION HILLS 9, WEST HILLS 2 – The Wolf Pack scored in the top of the first innings.

The Grizzlies scored in the bottom half and the game remain tied 1-all until Mission Hills scored five runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Freshman Amaya Angeli had a hit and a run scored for the Wolf Pack.


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