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Condors Close with Losses to Hancock
April 26—Santa Maria
OC Softball traveled to Santa Maria to finish the season against Hancock on Tuesday afternoon. The Condors fell in both games, 5-1 and 17-3.
Suzanne Silveira was 3 for 5 on the day, with a double, while her battery-mate, Olyvia Escamilla was 2 for 6 with the Condor’s RBI in game one.
In game two, Alex Esparza (left) blasted a home run and knocked in two runs for OC. Airin Lara also had a good game at the plate going 2 for 2.
Oxnard should be in good shape for next year as the roster is made up primarily of freshman.
The coaching staff is always looking for players and look forward to next year.
Condors Foil Cuesta’s Party
“They didn’t get to celebrate in the Condors Nest” said head coach Jon Larson after Oxnard defeated WSC leader Cuesta, 7-6.
With the win, Oxnard is in a tie for fourth place in the conference, with two games to play. Cuesta was looking to clinch the WSC North crown which Oxnard has held for the last two years. Cuesta was the last team to be back-to-back champions, but they will need to hold off second-place Santa Barbara.
The Condors started our hot, scoring two runs in the first and four runs in the second. Winning starter, Travis Hawkins notched his fourth win, by allowing only six hits and two earned runs.
The offense and defense backed him up, with ten hits and seven runs. Adam Maciel (left) had a triple and a double, driving in two, and scoring three runs. Maciel also made some highlight quality plays in center field, robbing the Cougars of certain hits. Logan Gillaspie had two hits and played solid behind the plate. Codi Santana drove in three runs for OC while Evan McMillin earned the save.
The Condors look to finish the season on a winning streak at Ventura College on Thursday and in the Nest on Friday.
Softball Struggles at Santa Barbara
April 21—Santa Barbara
With the WSC winding down, so are the Condors. The softball team is having a tough time in the WSC this year, after losing 10-2 at Santa Barbara.
Oxnard is playing without several key players in the field, committed five errors, allowing 10 Vaqueros to cross the plate. Leslie Quinones pitched the entire game, giving up five earned runs.
Quinones also had one of the Condor hits, along with Kimberly Miranda (1-2, 1 run) and Olyvia Escamilla (1-2, 2 RBI, pictured).
Oxnard looks to finish strong with a double-header at Hancock College on Tuesday. First pitch is scheduled for 1:00.
Condors Kick Series Finale at Moorpark
The Condors were looking to sweep Moorpark on Thursday afternoon, but instead fell 11-4.
Oxnard (14-18, 9-11) had 10 hits, but also committed five errors which keyed several Moorpark (16-18, 12-10) runs.
Indicative of the season, the Condors showed they can hit. Andy Morales (left) and Tyler Waid each chalking-up three hits, including a doubles, and Logan Gillespie went 2 for 4, with an RBI.
Oxnard’s pitching staff struggled against the red-hot Raiders, allowing 11 runs (eight earned) on 12 hits. OC did manage to strike out 10 Raiders, but they couldn’t slow Jack Rosenberg who went 3 for 5 or Terrell Tate who was 2 for 4.
OC will finish out their season with a two-game series against WSC leader Cuesta, followed by two games against rival VC. The first pitch on Saturday at Cuesta is scheduled for 1:00.
Baseball: Condors Slow Moorpark
The Raiders came into the Condors Nest red hot, having scored 22 and 19 runs in their previous two contests. They were only able to muster four runs against OC, with the Condors prevailing 5-4.
Travis Hawkins earned the win (3-5) and Evan McMillin (left) picked up the save.
Luis Magana was 2 for 3 with a double, RBI, and run scored for OC. Codi Santana blasted his fifth homer of the season and added two RBI’s and scored a run.
Oxnard will travel to Moorpark on Thursday at 2:30. They look to complete the four-game sweep against their cross-county rival for the 2016 season.
Condor Softball Celebrates Sophomores; Fall to Moorpark
The Oxnard College Athletic Department thanked four terrific young women on Tuesday afternoon. Alex Esparza, Siera Barnett, Joanna Lopez, and Suzanne Silviera played their final game in the Condors Nest. A short ceremony was held prior to the game to recognize their accomplishments as student athletes.
Esparza has led the Condors in nearly every offensive category for the season. She is an outstanding student, and will play for a university next spring on a softball scholarship. Barnett is the President of the OC ASL Club, is an outstanding student, and will transfer to attain her four-year degree soon. She will certainly be a professional interpreter before long. Lopez was a two sport star for the Condors, playing both soccer and softball. She has an outstanding GPA, and did her best to help both programs succeed on the field as well. Sergeant Silviera is an Iraqi war veteran for the US Army. She has pitched two solid years for OC while maintaining a strong academic record. She will be deployed after the summer to serve America.
The double-header against Moorpark (26-8, 12-4) didn’t go the Condors (7-23-1, 3-12) way. They were no-hit in game one, losing 15-0 in six innings. The second game ended in the sixth, with Oxnard only managing two hits (Kimberly Miranda and Natali Ramos), falling 8-0 to the Raiders.
Oxnard will finish the season with a trip to SBCC on Thursday at 2:30 and a double-header next Tuesday at Hancock College.
Baseball Loses to Hancock
Joseph Merrrill had another strong outing for the Condors (13-17, 8-10), but it was not enough as they fell 7-2 on Saturday afternoon.
Merrill pitched 6.2 innings, only giving up three runs while striking out five batters. The Condors were only able to push over two runs. “Runners left on base” has been the problem all year for OC, with six more on the afternoon.
Tyler Waid (left) was 2 for 4 as was Codi Santana, and they both scored the Condor runs. Tyson Quolas (1 for 3)knocked in one run with a double in the bottom of the sixth inning, to give OC the lead. Hancock (17-15, 9-11) answered quickly in the seventh inning, with three runs.
The Condors will host Moorpark College on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
Baseball Rallies for WSC Win
April 14—Santa Maria
The Condors are fighting for their playoff lives in the WSC. With a late winning streak in the second half of conference play, OC has an outside chance of getting a post season berth.
Trailing 5-4 at Hancock(16-15, 8-11) on Thursday afternoon, Oxnard(13-16, 8-9) scored two runs in the fifth inning, one in the sixth, and four in the eighth, to claim a 11-5 win.
Codi Santana (2-5, 2R, 2RBI, left) slugged his fourth homer of season, scoring Adam Maciel (2-4, 2R, 1RBI). Marcus Hutchinson drove in one of his 3 RBI’s in the sixth inning and one more in the eighth to score Andy Morales.
All in all, OC pounded out 14 hits, with Logan Gillaspie, Tyson Quolas, Travis Hawkins, Hutchinson, and Maciel all collecting two each.
Evan McMillin pitched a strong 4.2 innings in relief, to earn his third victory on the year. McMillin struck out five Bulldogs while only allowing two hits.
“We just had to win this game. If we can get on a roll, you never know what will happen in the conference this year,” said Assistant Coach Roger Frash.
Oxnard is only one win behind both Moorpark and Ventura, and three back of second place SBCC. The Condors host Hancock on Saturday. The first pitch is slated for 1:00 in the Nest.
Condors Rally but Fall Short
The Women’s Softball team nearly pulled off a tremendous come-back win against top-ranked Cuesta College. The Condors showed resilience facing the Cougars, but dropped a 3-2 decision on Thursday afternoon.
Leslie Quinones pitched a terrific game, allowing only one earned run, scattering 10 hits over eight full innings. The Condor defensive played well behind her, with Alex Esparza and Alexi Arias tracking down everything in the outfield.
OC rallied in the seventh inning, loading the bases and scoring on a wild pitch. Natali Ramos (1-3, 2 RBI’s, pic) fought off some tough pitches and managed to hit a clutch single to right to tie the score at 2-2.
Cuesta (21-8, 8-2) was able to push through one run in the eighth frame, for the 3-2 win.
Oxnard has a bye on Saturday, but will be back at the Condors Nest on Tuesday for a double-header against cross-county rival Ventura College starting at 1:00.
Condors Double-up Pierce
The Women’s Softball team swept LA Pierce on Tuesday afternoon, 14-4 in game 1 and 10-2 in game 2.
The Condor bats came alive, with Dominique Aranda, Olyvia Escamilla, and Siera Barnett (left) all collecting two hits each. Escamilla scored two runs while Barnett drove in three runs.
Suzanne Silveira pitched well to earn the win. She allowed four hits and no earned runs.
In game two, the Condors won 10-2 in six innings.
Siera Barnett continued her hot-hitting, going 4 for 4 with 3 RBI’s, two doubles and two runs scored. Alex Esparza was 3 for 3 with four runs, two RBI’s and a triple. Natali Ramos was 2 for 4 with an RBI.
Silviera earned her second win on the afternoon.
The Condors face Cuesta College on Thursday at 2:30 in the Condors Nest.
Condor Baseball Falls to Santa Barbara
The Condors piled up nine hits on the Vaqueros but unfortunately only converted one run, to fall 2-1 on Tuesday afternoon.
OC wasted a quality start by Ryan Abraham (left) who pitched six innings, giving up four hits and only one earned run, while striking out seven batters. Evan McMillan pitched three innings of scoreless relief, and catcher Logan Gillaspie went 3 for 4 at the plate. Andres Morales drove in Oxnard’s only run, and added a double in his first at bat.
Nick Bereaud homered in the sixth inning for the Vaqueros, which turned out to be the game winner for SBCC.
OC travels to Santa Barbara on Thursday at 2:30, to save any chance of climbing back in the WSC race. They currently stand at 7-8 in conference, three games back of Cuesta and Santa Barbara.
Condors get back to Winning Ways
The Condor baseball team hammered 15 hits and scored 11 runs to take down visiting LA Valley, 11-2.
After a tough loss last Friday, OC looked hungry to hit on Monday afternoon. Logan Gillaspie (pic) led the Condors with three hits, including two doubles and two runs scored. Tyler Waid, Codi Santana, Luis Magana, and Anthony Malagon all added two hits for the Condors (9-12).
Antonio Gaxiola went six strong innings, giving up seven hits, without an earned run. Eduardo Miranda came on in relief and looked sharp. Miranda pitched three innings without giving up a hit and struck out two Monarchs.
Oxnard will look to continue hitting when they travel to LA Valley College tomorrow. First pitch is slated for 2:30.
Condors Outplay VC but Take the Loss
Strange things always seem to happen when Oxnard (8-12, 5-6) and Ventura(12-10, 6-5) take the field. The Friday contest between the two long-time rivals was no exception, with VC prevailing 7-6.
Oxnard took the lead in the first when Condor center fielder Adam Maciel singled to drive in Tyson Quolas (pic), with Codi Santana and Logan Gillaspie following with RBI’s. Quolas added the Condor’s fourth run with a deep HR to right field to put OC ahead 4-0.
VC tied the score in the fifth, 4-4 on an error and a couple of singles. The Pirates took the lead in the seventh with a single run, but OC responded in the eighth, with a Gillaspie HR.
The Condors took the lead on a Quolas single in the top of the ninth to make the score 6-5.
Ventura scored two runs, on a hit and an error, to walk-off with the 7-6 win.
Condors Spring Sports Stumbling
The Condor baseball and softball teams were looking to “spring forward” after the time change, but that has not happened.
On Tuesday, both squads traveled to San Luis Obispo to take on the Cuesta Cougars. Softball was swept by the Cougars 9-0 and 6-0. In game one, Alex Esparza was 2 for 3 and Olyvia Escamilla was 1 for 3. Pitcher Leslie Quinones added a hit for the Condors and also pitched the entire game.
Game two didn’t go much better for OC. They dropped the contest 6-0, only collecting three hits. Kimberly Miranda had two of them, with Olyvia Escamilla adding the third.
The Lady Condors played Ventura College on Thursday afternoon, but experienced some of the same. VC defeated OC 9-0, with Oxnard only collecting two hits on the afternoon.
Baseball was atop the WSC standings prior to their trip to SLO. They dropped the Tuesday contest to the Cougars, 4-1. Logan Gillaspie was 3 for 4, with a double. Tyson Quolas was 2 for 4, Tyler Waid went 2 for 3, but OC was only able to push across one run.
Travis Hawkins pitched a decent ballgame, allowing four runs to go along with five strikeouts, but suffered his fourth loss of the season.
The Condors had been undefeated in WSC play in the Condors Nest, but that changed on Thursday. OC got swept by Cuesta, falling 11-2.
Tyson Quolas continued to swing a hot bat, going 2 for 4, with a double and a triple. Jason Jones was 1 for 3, Tyler Waid was 1 for 4, and Anthony Malagon went 1 for 2.
OC has a chance to right the ship this afternoon when they travel to VC to take on the Pirates at 2:30.
Condor Softball Wins First WSC Game
March 10—Woodland Hills
The Condor softball team traveled to Pierce College on Thursday afternoon and came away with a 12-4 win.
Leslie Quinones pitched the entire game, giving up four runs, while earning her first Western State Conference victory.
Kayla Stockton (left) led the Condor’s offense, going 3 for 4 on the day. OC was able to take advantage of several Brahma miscues, backed up by a solid OC defense. Natali Ramos collected a key 2 RBI hit, and Olyvia Escamilla added two hits of her own.
Oxnard will try to keep up the solid play when they travel to Cuesta College on Tuesday afternoon. OC will play a double-header with the Cougars, starting at 1:00.
Baseball Moves into Second with Win over MC
The Condors came from a 4-0 hole, to beat Moorpark 6-4 on Thursday afternoon. The win move OC over .500 in the WSC (4-3) and puts them in a great position to challenge for the top spot.
Mark Rivera again led the Condors in hits, going 2 for 3, driving in 1 RBI, and taking a walk. Luis Magana (pic) had a huge two-out base knock in the eighth inning to key a 5-run rally. OC loaded the bases, and the Raiders were unable to throw strikes, walking in three OC runs.
Dylan Francis pitched two scoreless innings to pick up the win in relief of Joe Merrill (7 IP, 3 ER, 7 K’s).
Oxnard will travel to MC on Saturday to go for their third win in a row, weather permitting.
Condors Even-Up against Hancock
The Condor baseball team evened their WSC record on the year at 3-3, after a 5-1 victory over the Hancock Bulldogs on Wednesday afternoon.
Travis Hawkins (left) earned the victory and Logan Gillaspie hit the go-ahead HR, to break a 1-1 tie.
The Condors broke out with nine hits, including Gillaspie’s first homer of the season, a rarity in the Condors Nest. Luis Magana, Codi Santana, and Gillaspie all collected two hits on the afternoon.
The Western State Conference is wide-open as six teams are within one win of each other. Oxnard looks to stay strong at home when they host cross-county rival Moorpark College tomorrow afternoon. The game is slated for 2:00
Oxnard Struggles against Hancock
March 5—Santa Maria
Despite Ryan Abraham having another quality start, the Condors were unable to score more than one run, in a 3-1 loss on Saturday afternoon. Oxnard falls to 2-3 in WSC play, and 5-9 overall.
Mark Rivera (pic) had another excellent day at the plate, going 3 for 5 with a double, and the only OC RBI. Adam Maciel scored for the Condors in the third inning, but the Bulldogs pulled ahead in the fourth inning, with a couple sacrifice flies.
Oxnard is batting .255 as a team, and has only scored 53 runs on the season, compared with 71 for the opponents. They will get a chance to level their conference record on Wednesday as their Tuesday game was pushed back a day because of inclement weather.
Condors Split with SBCC
The Condor baseball squad is now 2-2 in the Western State Conference after a 5-3 victory over SBCC on Saturday.
Freshman starter, Joe Merrill (pic) went seven innings, allowing only two hits, and no earned runs to pick up his first win of the year. Merrill kept the Vaqueros off-balance all afternoon, mixing up his curve ball and change-up, to strike out five batters
Short stop Mark Rivera was a welcome addition back to the line-up as he went 3-4 with a run scored and an RBI. Travis Hawkins came up with a huge base hit in the sixth inning to drive in two Condors, and secure the much needed conference win.
Oxnard (5-9, 2-2) will have a bye this week, and return to play Hancock on March 5th in Santa Maria. They will return to the Condors Nest on March 8th, to play the 2nd game of the series against the Bulldogs.
Condors Struggle in Santa Barbara
February 25—Santa Barbara
Coming off an impressive pitching performance by Ryan Abraham, OC was looking to build some momentum at Santa Barbara on Thursday afternoon. Unfortunately, it was the Vaqueros (5-6, 2-1 WSC) who came away with the 7-2 win.
Codi Santana (left) was 3-5 for the Condors (4-8, 1-2), Tyson Quolas was 2-4 with a RBI, and Adam Maciel went 3-5 with a double in a losing campaign.
Quolas got OC on the board early with a single down the line that scored Maciel, in the first inning. Starter Travis Hawkins (0-3) struggled with his control and allowed the Vaqueros to post runs in the second, third, and fourth innings.
Oxnard’s offense sputtered through the middle of the game when they needed it most. The Condors scratched out a second run in eighth inning, with Tyler Waid picking up the RBI.
OC will have a chance at redemption when they host SBCC on Saturday at 1:00.
Softball Falls to LA Valley
Two days after splitting a pair of games against Santa Monica College (11-9, 5-4), the Condors lost to LA Valley 13-1.
After racking up 19 hits two days earlier, OC was only able to collect six hits and one run against the Monarchs.
Alex Esparza (pic) had a nice game for Oxnard, with a double and a single. Olyvia Escamilla drove in the lone Condor run, while Kimberly Miranda added a double in the game.
LA Valley pitcher, Jenna Manriquez was tough on Oxnard, striking out five and not allowing a walk.
OC will be off until WSC play opens at Pierce on March 10th.
Baseball Gets a Gem from Abraham
After struggling offensively the last few games, and falling to Pierce for the first time in over ten games, the Condors needed a spark. They got it from freshman pitcher Ryan Abraham (pic). After getting his first win at Long Beach one week ago, he pitched a two-hit, complete-game shutout against Pierce on Tuesday. Abraham struck out seven Brahmas while walking only two batters.
The Condor offense only was able to muster one run on the day. Logan Gillaspie drove a ball to the wall for a double to drive in Luis Magana. Magana was two for three on the day, with a walk, and the lone OC run.
Oxnard moved to 1-1 on the season, and 4-7 overall. They open up a two-game series at Santa Barbara on Thursday afternoon.
Coach McClurkin is WSCN Women’s Basketball COY
In only his second year coaching the Women’s Basketball team at Oxnard College and only the second year back from a suspended program, Coach Ron McClurkin was named WSC North Coach of the Year, by his peers. Coach McClurkin and assistant coach, Christina Torres turned around a team that went 2-20 last year. They recruited students from the local community who improved throughout the year and may be a playoff contender.
The Lady Condors finished the regular season at 15-9 and 8-4 in WSC play. This was their best record since the ‘80s and their highest conference finish since 1994.
The team will find out if they are one of the 19 teams selected later this afternoon. If the Condors are selected, they will play on the road on Wednesday, February 24th.
Baseball Bounces Back with Win over LBCC
February 16—Long Beach
The Condors (3-5) were able to get a much needed win Tuesday over the LBCC Vikings (4-5). OC delayed a Viking celebration of head coach Casey Crook becoming the LBCC all-time wins leader by winning 5-1.
Adam Maciel (2-5, pic) got Oxnard going as he singled to right field, and advanced to second, chalking up an RBI. Logan Gillaspie singled to right field in the top of the fourth, scoring Luis Magana (2-4, 2B, 3B). Later in the inning, Ben Howell singled through the right side, scoring Gillaspie.
That was all Ryan Abraham (1-1) needed for his first win of the season. Abraham went seven strong innings, giving up six hits, and only one earned run.
The Condors host LA Mission on Thursday afternoon at 2:00.
Condor Softball Slide Continues
After a decisive win at Santa Monica on January 30th, the Condors are 0 for February. Oxnard fell to LA Mission College on Tuesday afternoon 6-0.
Leslie Quinones pitched six innings for OC, giving up five runs on nine hits. “The defense played better today, but we just didn’t swing the bats like we need to,” said assistant coach Edna Gutierrez after the game. “We are working hard in practice, but haven’t been able to produce on the field.”
Siera Barnett (pic) led the Condors with two hits, and sent a rocket to the warning track that was caught. Airin Lara and Victoria Gonzales also collected hits for OC.
The Condors have a break until next week when they host Santa Monica for a double-header starting at 1:00.
Basketball Gets Triple Win
The Condors beat Cuesta College twice on Saturday night.
The women won 63-48, with Juliette Marquez going for 21 points and 13 rebounds. The victory clinched second place in the WSC North, Oxnards (7-3, 14-8) best finish since 1994, when they were 6-4.
The Cuesta College men’s team came into the Nest leading the WSC, but left in second place, after OC handily won 83-61. Terrance Nunnery and Desean Scott both had 21 points, with Dashaun Nixon coming up huge, with eight offensive boards. Nixon held Cuesta’s leader, Roberto Mantovani to only 15 points on 6-15 shooting.
The third win was for the fight against cancer. The Condor community pitched-in over $700 to get closer to the cure for cancer.
Thank you to everybody who supported this fundraiser and the Condor student-athletes.
Basketball: One Win, One Loss
February 10—Santa Barbara
The Western State Conference has quality teams throughout the men’s and women’s schedule, and there are no easy games. The Oxnard women’s basketball team knew they would be in a battle with Santa Barbara on Wednesday night, after defeating the Vaqueros over three weeks ago at the buzzer.
Last night’s game went back and forth in the SBCC Gymnasium. The Vaqueros led 20-13 after one quarter, but the Condors ended the second period on an 8-1 run and opened the third quarter on a 15-0 spurt for their 23-1 streak. They took their biggest lead of 12 points at 48-36 on a free-throw line jumper by Karrie Franklin.
SBCC flipped the game the third quarter on an 11-4 run and pulled within five, and they opened the fourth on a 7-2 spurt and took a 55-54 lead. Juliette Marquez tied the game at 67 with 2:00 to go, and the game was a carbon copy of the January 16th contest at Oxnard.
Unfortunately OC turned the ball over in the waning seconds, and was forced to foul SBCC. The 70-67 loss dropped Oxnard’s lead over the Vaqueros to one game, with three to play.
The Condors will host Cuesta College on Saturday night, starting from 3:00. The game will feature the annual Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser event. All fans are encouraged to wear pink, with all proceeds from the gate and snack bar donated directly to the American Cancer Society.
The Oxnard College men’s team did what they needed to do to defeat SBCC 95-91.
Had the lead at halftime, 41-39, but gave up the lead in the third quarter. The Condors took their first lead in the second half on a 3-pointer by Terrance Nunnery to make it 85-83. Nunnery scored 23 for Oxnard (9-12, 3-6) and DeSean Scott added 22 points.
Oxnard outrebounded SBCC 40-31, including 16-11 at the offensive end. “The guys played hard tonight for us and won the game down the stretch,” said Oxnard head coach, Ron McClurkin. “We’re not where we want to be, but it’s important to continue to put in the effort and compete like we did tonight.”
Oxnard plays first-place Cuesta on Saturday night at 5:00.
Baseball Drops 11-8 Decision to Glendale
Usually when the Condors rack up 12 hits, they don’t lose. Unfortunately they gave up 11 runs and lost to undefeated Glendale College on Tuesday afternoon.
Andy Morales (pic) was 3 for 4, with a RBI, Travis Hawkins was 3 for 5 with a RBI, Adam Maciel was 2 for 6 with two RBI’s, and Tyson Quolas was 1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s.
Freshman starting pitcher Ryan Abraham struggled with his control, and was replace by Joe Merrill who tried to slow down the Glendale offense. The Vaqueros scored three runs in the third and four in the fourth, on 14 hits, to put the game away.
The Condors get a chance to avenge the loss on Friday when they host Glendale, in the Condor’s Nest at 2:00.
Condors Fall in Home Opener
After being on the road for six-straight games, the Condors (2-5) came home to play Glendale (2-3-1) on Tuesday afternoon.
Oxnard took the lead in the second inning, 2-1, but could not make the plays defensively. The OC defense committed six errors on their way to an 8-2 loss.
Starting pitcher, Leslie Quinonez (pic) gave up only one earned run, but the Condors left five runners on base. OC was able to push across two runs, with Alex Esparza and Alexi Arias picking up the RBI’s. Kimberly Miranda, Siera Barnett, Dominique Aranda, and Olyvia Escamilla all had hits for the Condors
The ladies look to get back in the win column on Thursday when they host Antelope Valley College at 2:30.
Condors get Walk-off HBP on Alumni Day
On a day when Oxnard College baseball celebrated the 1979 inaugural baseball team, the 2016 team made them proud.
The current team rallied for a 6-5 win over Long Beach in the ninth inning, after trailing most of the game. Long Beach took the lead in the first inning, scoring two runs on several hits off of starter Evan McMillan. None of the hits were hit very hard, but they found the open spots in the Condor defense. OC bounced back quickly to tie the game 2-2, with Codi Santana coming through with a clutch two out single to score Adam Maciel and Tyson Quolas.
The Condors found themselves in the lead 4-3, when Andres Morales scored on a wild pitch, followed by a Luis Magana single to drive in Santana.
OC was trailing 5-4 in the bottom of the ninth, when they loaded the bases. Logan Gillaspie grounded to short to drive in a run. With the bases loaded again, Marcus Hutchinson wore a pitch to drive in the game winning run to move Oxnard to 2-2 on the season.
The Condors travel to Glendale on Tuesday at 2:00.
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