Cougars clash with College of the Siskiyous
Daniel Gonzales takes a swing. Gonzales hit an RBI and stole a base during the Cougars’ doubleheader against the Eagles. Photo by Maddie Musante
April 23 — The Lassen Community College baseball team went up against the College of the Siskiyous Eagles in a doubleheader played at home Wednesday, April 17. The Cougars came out on top in the first game, winning 2-0. They went on to lose the second game by only one run, 6-5. After the games against Siskiyous, the Cougars had a conference record of 5-13.
Avery Brandon pitched the entire first game for the Cougars, shutting out the Eagles with three strikeouts and no walks, while allowing only seven hits and no runs. Josh Correa led the Cougars’ offensive, going 2-3 at bat, getting an RBI and hitting a double. Daniel Gonzales stole a base for Lassen.
Weston Caindec pitched the first 3.1 innings for the Cougars. He walked one and allowed six hits and two earned runs. Donald Wanner then came in to pitch 4.2 innings. Wanner struck out one batter and walked two, while giving up six hits and one earned run. Catcher Walker Gemmill went 1-2 at the plate, getting two RBIs. Trevor Anthony hit a double. Gonzales and Chris McGahan each hit RBIs.