With victories last Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Wildcats remained undefeated with a 7-0 record.
On Friday, Queen of Peace defeated St. Mathias 8-4. Doug Hurtares came in the third inning and struck out 10 batters to give him 25 for the season. On Saturday, Queen of Peace defeated a very good Our Lady of Hope team. David Leavy again did the job on the mound. Hitting stars were Adrian Felfe (two hits) and Teo Ramirez with a triple, two RBIs, two runs scored and three stolen bases. Jamal Vargas was outstanding behind the plate.
On Sunday, the Wildcats defeated Mitchell Linder, 3-1. With the score tied at 1, Juan Moya laid down a beautiful bunt for a single and promptly stole second and third base, and scored on as wild pitch. Nicholas Melidosian came in relief and allowed only one run in four innings while striking out nine batters.
The pitching for the Wildcats has been tremendous in the first seven games, as the staff has allowed just nine earned runs.
©2001 Community News Group
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