Sierra Softball dropped opening Game 11-3 TO CRC

 Sierra's Kaitlyn Garcia (far) throws to first.  Syndi Scott (near) runs towards first base.  ( Jeremy McDonald-65 Sports)

Sierra's Kaitlyn Garcia (far) throws to first.  Syndi Scott (near) runs towards first base.  (Jeremy McDonald-65 Sports)

By Jeremy McDonald

Consumes River College took the bat to the ball against Sierra College to start the CCCAA Super Regionals Playoffs Saturday en route to a 11-3, eight-run rule game to advance to the final game in the bracket.

Following Jordan Becker's no-hitter, the Wolverines wrestled with two errors in the first inning that resulted in a 3-1 advantage for the Hawks.

"When we got down there in the first inning," "Jordan (Becker) started the game well and those errors really took the steam out of it for us.

"I think CRC had 15 hits  and we made two major errors, that was the biggest difference in the game."

Sierra got runs in the sixth from a RBI double by Courtney Kelley and a RBI single by Kasie Trezona, but Consumes River proved too much with their bats as they pulled away.