Saturday, April 21, 2012

Chargers Just Keep Charging

Cypress beat the South Coast Conference Champion Falcons today 3-2.


Mallory Campbell
Once again the two-time defending California State Champs come out on top in a 3-2 victory over visiting Cerritos College.  This win marks the the Chargers 16th consecutive and also puts them that much closer to taking hold of the number one ranking in the state.  Cypress is currently ranked second behind College of the Siskiyous.

The Cypress offense seizes to slow down.  Once again, Charger bats were on fire.  Mallory Campbell extended her hitting streak to eight games today by going 2 for 3 with an RBI and two runs scored.  Jessica Reichner, Courtney McGee, Chelsea Jewett, and Tiffany Fox also chipped into the hit brigade.

Courtney McGee, another key transfer pick up for the Chargers, picked up her 13th win today as she battled her way through seven innings.  Things got a little rocky for McGee in the top of the fifth; with no outs and the bases loaded McGee worked her way out of the jam.  From that point on, McGee was nearly untouchable as she held the Falcons to just two runs.

Tomorrow the Chargers take on Palomar in a make-up double header that was originally supposed to played last Saturday, April, 14th.  Palomar comes to Cypress ranked 16th in the state.  If the Chargers keep playing the way they have been, the Comets stand no chance.

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