Covina earned its first win of the season on Monday, and they did so with their bats.
All 11 Colts who got an official at-bat had at least one base hit, and they finished with 24, including four home runs and five doubles.
Covina handed Nogales a 23-5 beatdown in six innings.
Micah Ibarra got the loss after surrendering 22 runs (16 earned) on 24 hits, including four home runs.
Jolee Rodriguez hit two home runs, including a grand slam and drove in six runs.
Lilly Castorena doubled, homered and scored four runs.
Kennedy Griego went 4-for-5, including a double, four runs scored and an RBI.
Arianna Barrera singled twice, doubled, had two RBIs and scored twice.
Samantha Centeno went 3-for-6, drove in two runs and scored a run.
Marissa Ramirez singled, homered, scored two runs and finished with two RBIs.
Ebony Ruiz contributed two singles, two runs and an RBI, and Isabella Barragan doubled, scored and drove in a run.
Danielle Singley singled, doubled, had two RBIs and she scored once.
Brianna Payne singled, scored twice and drove in a run.
Maya Venegas had three singles and she scored twice.
Jordan Cervantes got the win, going the distance, and allowing five runs on seven hits, including three home runs.
Danelly Olguin hit a pair of solo home runs and Paige Nunez had a solo blast of her own in the loss.
Win: Jordan Cervantes
Loss: Micah Ibarra
HR: Jolee Rodriguez (C) 2, Marissa Ramirez (C), Lilly Castorena (C), Danelly Olguin (N) 2, Paige Nunez (N)
3B: Jasmin Aguirre (N)
2B: Kennedy Griego (C), Isabella Barragan (C), Arianna Barrera (C), Lilly Castorena (C), Danielle Singley (C)
Records: Covina (1-3); Nogales (2-5)
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