Softballers win ninth in a row. Offense rolling.
The Central Arizona College Vaqueras lost a few early and since the opening tournament in Las Vegas, it's a whole different animal.
After losing it's first four to start the season in Henderson, Nevada, Central has won nine in a row and 12 of it's last 13.
Central has averaged almost nine runs a game in this early season spurt and a double-header sweep of Scottsdale Community College produced 32 more runs on Tuesday with scores of 18-13 and 14-4. The Vaqueras had 33 hits including a couple of homeruns, provided by Chloe Krason and Amaya Dasti. Central now leads the ACCAC in runs scored with 142.
Krason, a freshman infielder from Gilbert, AZ now leads the ACCAC in runs batted in with 32 and with her fifth win in game one, pitcher Trinity Valentine is second with total wins.
Central is currently in ACCAC Dl first place with an 8-0 record.