Orestimba collected one victory in four games last week at the Nor Cal Classic varsity softball tournament in Tracy.

The Lady Warriors opened tournament play with a 9-1 win over El Capitan Thursday morning.

A five-run second inning broke a 1-1 tie and put the Lady Warriors ahead to stay.

Orestimba got base hits from Adrianna Contreras, Ashley Taft, Liliana Larios, Shiloh Croffoot, Ciaira Lopes and Deborah Torres as the West Siders batted through the order.

The Lady Warriors picked up three more runs in the third to finish the scoring. Base hits by Contreras and Taft sparked that inning.

Lopes, Torres, Contreras and Taft each had two hits against El Capitan.

A pair of Orestimba pitchers held El Capitan to just two hits over five innings.

Mariah Valenzuela threw the first two innings, before giving way to Haylee Medeiros, who fanned five without giving up a hit over the final three innings.

Kimball 10, OHS 4

Orestimba took the early lead, only to see the Jaguars take over with two big innings.

The Lady Warriors got on the board first with two runs in the third. After a two-out error allowed the first run to score, Torres delivered a two-out base hit to bring in the second run of the inning. But the tide turned in the bottom of the inning, as Kimball plated four runs to take the lead. Orestimba got one back in the fourth when Sarah Millan singled and scored, but a six-run Kimball fifth sealed the outcome.

Orestimba wrapped up the scoring in the sixth, when Taft tripled and scored.

Millan and Larious each had two hits for the Lady Warriors against Kimball.

Stone Ridge 9, OHS 1

Stone Ridge Christian kept the Lady Warriors in check Friday when Orestimba returned to start the second day of tournament play.

Orestimba trailed 6-0 after two and never recovered.

The Lady Warriors scored their only run of the game in the fourth, when Torres reached base on an error and scored on a Medeiros double - Orestimba’s only hit of the game.

Turlock 13, OHS 10

The Bulldogs outslugged Orestimba in a back-and-forth tournament finale for the West Siders.

Orestimba built a 3-0 lead midway through the second. A solo homer by Torres put Orestimba on the board in the first. The Lady Warriors put up two more runs in the second, taking advantage of walks and an error.

But then the Bulldogs struck, taking advantage of Orestimba miscues to put seven runs on the board.

The outcome was far from decided, however, as the Lady Warriors answered in kind with seven in the top of the third. A two-run triple by Croffoot and run-scoring triple by Torres were the big hits of that inning as Orestimba went up 10-7.

The Lady Warriors were unable to close out the win. Turlock Christian drew within a run with two in the fourth, and plated four more in the bottom of the fifth two wrap up the victory.

Torres had a big game for the Lady Warriors, falling a double shy of hitting for the cycle. Larious also had three hits for Orestimba.