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Roughriders Finish the Great Western Shootout 3-1 with a Pair of Saturday Shutouts

The Roughrider softball team swept a pair of games on Saturday at the Great Western Shootout. YC beat another team of Roughriders as they shutout Luna Community College Rough Riders, 8-0 and blanked College of Southern Nevada, 8-0. YC is now 8-3 overall. In the opener, Kiana Spencer and Santana Parra combined for the 1-hit shutout and Jaydee Boursaw hit her fourth home run of the season. Boursaw, Brianna Gr ...

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Roughriders Trample Matadors

The Roughrider baseball team began a non-conference three-game series with Arizona Western College Friday afternoon in Phoenix and YC came away with a 12-3 victory. YC is now 3-2 on the young season. The Yavapai offense was very productive despite being outhit by the Matadors. The Roughriders had 10 hits and 9 runs batted in compared to 13 hits and 1 RBI for the opponent. Over Torres was 2 for 4 with 3 runs ...

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Softball Improves to 6-3 Overall

The Roughrider softball team split a pair of games Friday afternoon at the Great Western Shootout in Yuma, Arizona. YC dropped the opener to College of Southern Idaho, 12-9 and Jaya Allen threw a no-hitter for a 9-0 victory over Trinidad State College in the nightcap. YC is now 6-3 overall on the young season. In the opener, Yavapai opened up to an early 3-0 lead but through three innings the game was tied ...

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Roughriders Roll Over Cougars

The Yavapai College Softball team opened up ACCAC play Tuesday afternoon in Phoenix with a doubleheader sweep over South Mountain Community College, 12-0 and 10-2. YC runs their overall record to 5-2 and a perfect 2-0 in conference action. In the opener, Roughrider pitcher, Kiana Spencer, went the distance in the run-rule shortened game striking out five and allowing 1 hit. Offensively, YC had 10 hits inclu ...

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Yavapai Slips Against CSI & Snow

The Roughrider softball offense was held at bay on Saturday as they only managed 5 runs in two games. YC fell in the first game to College of Southern Idaho 13-4 and lost to Snow College, 3-1 in the finale. In the first game, YC got two two-run home runs from Makea-Al Kaluau and Jaydee Boursaw but Southern Idaho hit 6 home runs en route to the run-rule shortened game. Kaluau had 2 hits on the day. Jaya Alle ...

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Roughriders Drop 2 in Border Classic

The Roughrider baseball team had a tough go of it on Saturday in Henderson, Nevada dropping a pair of games to New Mexico Junior College, 6-5, and College of Southern Nevada, 9-1. YC finishes the Border Classic with a 2-2 record. In the opener, YC held the lead through 8 and ½ innings. However, the defense took a tumble committing two errors and allowing the opponent to score 4 runs for the last inning vict ...

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Softball Upsets #2 Salt Lake in Route to a 3-0 Start

The #6 ranked Roughrider softball team opened the 2018 season with three victories in the Southern Nevada Kickoff Classic in Henderson, Nevada on Friday. In the opener, YC faced off with fellow top ten foe, #2 ranked Salt Lake Community College. YC came out on top of the epic affair, 7-6. Salt Lake took the early lead in the top of the first inning but Yavapai responded with a two-run home run from Makea-Al ...

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Baseball Starts Season 2-0 While Blasting 31 Runs

The Roughrider baseball team erupted for 31 runs on the first day of the Southern Nevada Border Classic to begin the 2018 season. In the opener, YC beat Colorado Northwestern Community College, 11-2. YC scored 7 runs in the second inning fueled by a home run from Alex Isola and a grand slam from Carlos Viera. Isola and Gianni Torres each had two hits an Over Torres hit a home run. Tommy Costello got the vic ...

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