The hits were spread out but timely as the Bobcats grabbed the lead and kept the Vaqueros in check.
Aaron Hughes went the distance for the win on the mound for the Bobcats. Hughes allowed five hits and struck out eight Vaqueros and walked just two batters in his seven-inning stint.
T.J. Amador collected two hits in the win with one run scored and one RBI. Sal Soto went 2-3 on the night with one run scored and one run batted in for the Bobcats. Marcus Sarate had one hit in three tries with a run scored. Hughes helped himself at the plate with a run-scoring base hit and he also scored a run himself. First baseman Ryan Perez collected one hit in three official trips to the plate and knocked in one run.
“It was a great game. We played a full game—hitting, pitching and fielding. The boys were giving all out effort on every pitch,” said head coach James Stancek.
He congratulated the seniors on going out with a win in their final home game.
The Bobcats wrap up their season schedule with two road games. On Thursday, the Bobcats were in Freer to meet the Buckaroos and then, on April 22, the Bobcats will travel to Taft to play the Greyhounds in the season finale.