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Top-ranked Raiders on weekend breeze, sweep Bushnell

The top-ranked Southern Oregon softball squad (15-1) only needed five innings in both of its wins over Bushnell (2-12) on Saturday.

Posted: Mar 6, 2021 6:20 PM
Updated: Mar 6, 2021 11:18 PM

SPRINGFIELD, Ore--- The top-ranked Southern Oregon softball squad (15-1) only needed five innings in both of its wins over Bushnell (2-12) on Saturday. 

This comes after the Raiders had already taken Bushnell down twice on Friday (13-3 and 15-0). In those two games, SOU also only needed five innings in each.

Game One: Southern Oregon 12, Bushnell 2

Game one completed the conference section of the weekend series. SOU swept that section, 3-0.

Gabby Sandoval continued her undefeated 2021 season by pitching a complete game and only allowing two runs. Sandoval allowed six hits and put two hitters down on strikeouts. Sandoval is now 8-0 on the year.

Sandoval now has 98 career wins. She is now within two wins of becoming the ninth player in NAIA history reach 100 wins.

The Raiders used an eight-run first inning to jump in front of Bushnell. 

Sophomore Rylan Austin was 3-for-3 and two runs scored for the opening game. 

Freshman Lauren Weinberg went 4-for-5 with a double, two runs, and two RBIs for the game.

Game Two: Southern Oregon 13, Bushnell 2

Game two on Saturday finished the non-conference portion of the weekend series. 

Hannah Stark pitched a complete game in game two. Stark allowed two runs on five hits. She also registered five strikeouts. 

Once again, the Raiders used a huge opening inning by scoring seven runs. 

The standout of the game was SOU's Riley Donovan who went 6-for-11 including a grand slam, three doubles, 11 RBIs and eight runs scored.

Up next:

Next week, Southern Oregon will hit the road for a four-game series with Northwest.

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