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Lady Warrior Victoria Vasquez takes the throw on a close play at third against visiting Waterford.

Denair was no match for Orestimba pitcher Mariah Valenzuela and the Lady Warriors last Tuesday.

Valenzuela allowed just one hit in a five-inning shutout, and her Orestimba teammates provided plenty of the fireworks at the plate as the Lady Warriors put a 15-0 road victory in the books.

After an uneventful first inning, the West Siders broke the ice with a six-run outburst in the second and never looked back.

Back-to-back doubles by Ashley Taft and Ivory Avila sparked the inning. Mariah Robinson, Victoria Vasquez and Shiloh Croffoot also hit safely in the inning as the Lady Warriors took a commanding lead.

Orestimba padded its lead with two more runs in the third. Robinson delivered a run-scoring double and later scored on an error.

The Lady Warriors pulled away with four more runs in the fourth. Croffoot doubled to start the inning, and Robinson continued her big day at the plate with a two-run double.

Orestimba put the exclamation point on the victory when a three-run homer by Sarah Millan finished the scoring in the bottom of the fifth.

Robinson collected three hits and drove in four runs to lead the Lady Warriors. Millan, Croffoot and Taft each had two hits on the afternoon.

Valenzuela, meanwhile, kept the Coyotes in check. She fanned 10 of the first 11 batters she faced, and wound up with 11 strikeouts in the abbreviated win.

She took a perfect game into the fifth before Denair picked up its first and only hit of the game.

Waterford 9, OHS 2

Orestimba was unable to keep pace with visiting Waterford Thursday afternoon.

The Wildcats built a 5-1 lead by plating three in the third, and sealed the win with a four-run seventh.

Orestimba got on the board in the second when Millan singled and scored on a base hit by Robinson.

The Lady Warriors added their second run in the seventh when Vasquez delivered an RBI double.

A tough day in the field contributed to Orestimba’s downfall. The Lady Warriors committed five fielding errors.

Deborah Torres had three hits for the Lady Warriors, while Vasquez had two hits on the afternoon.

OHS 7, Stone Ridge Christian 4

The Lady Warriors defeated host Stone Ridge Christian Friday afternoon in a non-league game.

The West Siders broke a 2-2 tie with four runs in the fifth and went on to win. Base hits by Vasquez and Ciaira Lopes started the decisive frame. Taft capped the inning with a two-run base hit.

Orestimba added an insurance run in the seventh when Jimenez singled and scored on a Taft single.