Sausedo does it all for ISA

Winning pitcher Luisa Sausedo helped her own cause with three hits at the plate as International Studies Academy beat O’Connell 11-3 in an Academic Athletic Association softball game Wednesday. The Cobras improved to 10-5, while the Boilermakers dropped to 3-11-1.

BASEBALL

Mission 11, O’Connell 1

Mark Bradford allowed one run over five innings and Dylan Murray went 3-for-3 to lead the Bears (9-10, 6-6 AAA) over the Boilermakers (2-10).

— Staff report

LINESCORES

SOFTBALL

ISA 11, O’Connell 3

ISA 305 012 — 11 8 0

O’Connell 002 001 — 3 3 3

Luisa Sausedo and Nancy Alvarado. Gomez and Spikes. W—Sausedo. L—Gomez.

Leading hitters: Sausedo (ISA) 3×3.

BASEBALL

Mission 11, O'Connell 1

O’Connell 010 00 — 1 3 5

Mission 000 74 — 11 13 0

Johnson and Guzman. Mark Bradford and Ryan Mullaney. W—Bradford. L—Johnson.

Leading hitters: Dylan Murray (M) 3×3, Bradford (M) 2×2, Santiago Balingit (M) 2×3, Mullaney (M) 2×3, David Osbourne (M) 2×3. HR—Mullaney (1).

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