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Softball Scores Two Saturday W's
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 10/10/2009
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Oct. 10, 2009

Arizona 10, Central Arizona 1 (6 inn.)

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TUCSON -- Arizona blasted five home runs and scattered 14 hits in downing Central Arizona, 10-1, on Saturday evening at Hillenbrand Stadium.

UA started the barrage in the second inning. Lini Koria hit a one-out double, then, after a single, pinch runner Victoria Kemp came home on a double steal attempt to plate Arizona's first run.

The Cats did the most damage in the third, scoring five runs. Brittany Lastrapes, K'Lee Arredondo and Baillie Kirker all homered, with Kirker's hitting the top row of Candrea's Corner in left field.

Arizona's shutout streak was broken in the fifth when Nicole Marquez cranked the full-count offering from Ashley Ralston-Alvarez to right field for a solo shot.

Sarah Akamine made an appearance with two outs in the sixth, relieving Ralston-Alvarez after a six-hit, three-strikeout performance.

Arredondo and Lastrapes both tallied another homer in the late innings as Arizona pulled away for the mercy-rule win.

Arizona 5, New Mexico 0

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TUCSON -- Freshman pitcher Kenzie Fowler finally finished what she started, giving up one hit in her first complete game in an Arizona uniform - a 5-0 win over New Mexico - on Saturday evening.

The Tucson native finished the game with 10 strikeouts, totaling 38 strikeouts in her three games pitched this fall. Fowler also opened the game's scoring with a two-run double in the first.

Meanwhile, the Wildcat offense scattered seven hits off of New Mexico's Kaela DeBroeck. Brittany Lastrapes and K'Lee Arredondo led Arizona with two hits.

Arredondo homered in the third to widen the margin to 4-0, then hit an RBI double in the fifth to cap the scoring.

Up Next: Arizona takes on Cypress (Calif.) at 3 p.m. and Pima at 5 p.m. on Sunday to cap off the Arizona Fall Classic.

Other scores from day two: Pima 4, Arizona Western 1; Central Arizona 6, Cypress 6; New Mexico 7, Cypress 3.

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