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Prep roundup: St. Francis softball wins co-championship at Michelle Carew Classic, Los Gatos dominates, Freedom holds off Lincoln-Stockton

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Prep roundup: St. Francis softball wins co-championship at Michelle Carew Classic, Los Gatos dominates, Freedom holds off Lincoln-Stockton

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No. 5 Los Gatos 10, Mountain View 1

The Wildcats scored 10 runs on just six hits as Mountain View struggled on the defensive end. 

The Spartans had five errors and Los Gatos scored runs on three of them. 

Los Gatos senior AJ Ljepava batted 3 for 4 and scored a run. Donovan Freed hit a solo home run. Pitcher AJ Minyard pitched a no-hitter and allowed just a run in seven innings pitched. 

Los Gatos improved to 10-2, 3-1 and will play Homestead on Thursday. Mountain View dropped to 6-8, 2-2.

Freedom 4, Lincoln-Stockton 3

The Falcons halted Lincoln’s late-game comeback to pick up a road win and improve to 8-5.

Down 4-1 in the seventh, Lincoln scored two runs to get within a run of sending the game to extra innings. With the bases loaded and one out, senior pitcher Adrian Boles retired back-to-back batters to seal the win.

Freedom junior Adam Boccia had two hits and two RBIs. Caleb Emmons had two hits in three attempts and an RBI. 

Starting pitcher Cael Green pitched four innings and didn’t allow a run while striking out two batters. Boles came in relief and struck out seven in three innings. 

Freedom will play Pittsburg on Tuesday, which is in first place in the Bay Valley Athletic League. 

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No. 2 St. Francis 2, Canyon 0

Kate Munnerlyn pitched a shutout and allowed a single hit to lead St. Francis to a gritty co- championship game win over Anaheim powerhouse Canyon High School in the Michelle Carew Classic.

The Lancers would have played Norco High School in the gold bracket championship game on Saturday, but bad weather led to the tournament ending a day early and winners of the semifinal games were crowned co-champions

The Lancers scored their first run in the first inning when Rebecca Quinn drove in Jaime Oakland on a sacrifice fly. The second run came in the second after Isabella Sandoval was hit by a pitch and brought in Shannon Keighran with the bases loaded.

St. Francis beat Mission Viejo earlier in the day in the semifinals and defeated Otay Ranch and Roosevelt on Thursday. 

The Lancers (11-0) remained undefeated and will play Freedom at home Thursday.

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