ISA erupts for 26 runs in win

Rebecca Lopez earned a win in her first career start and Luisa Sausedo had two hits as the ISA softball team (8-5) scored nine runs in each of its first two innings to keep Mission (0-13) winless in an Academic Athletic Association contest atLang Field with a 26-2 win Monday.

— Staff report

ISA 26,

Mission 2

ISA 998 — 26 7 1

Mission 101 — 2 2 7

Rebecca Lopez and Luisa Sausedo. Uriarte and Jen. W—Lopez (1-0). L—Uriarte. Leading hitters: Sausedo (ISA) 2×2. HR—None.

Baseball

Ca. School for the Deaf 13,

Jewish Community 6

Spyq Sklar was 2-for-3 with a double, but the Eagles (9-3) rallied for eight runs in the sixth to knock off the Wolves (3-5-1).

— Staff report

Ca. School of the Deaf 13,

Jewish Community 6

CSD 013 018 — 13 8 1

Jewish Community 005 010 — 6 7 3

Not available. Ben Bovarnick, Robbie Alper (6) and Josh Kaye. W—Not available. L—Bovarnick. Leading hitters: Spyq Sklar (JC) 2×3, 2 RBI.

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