Warriors baseball defeated at Cypress

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Warriors infielder Tyler Martizia slides into third base just as a Cypress College third baseman catches the ball. The Warriors lost to the Chargers 6-5 on Saturday. Photo credit: John Fordiani

Warriors baseball traveled to Cypress on Saturday, having their six-game win streak snapped in a close 6-5 loss.

The Warriors played a close game all day, scoring three runs in the top of the second inning, but giving up four runs in the bottom of the second inning. After a few scoreless innings, EC scored two runs in the top of the sixth inning, taking a late lead.

After holding the lead for a few more innings, the Warriors conceded two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, giving Cypress the win.

EC scored early when freshman Jake Sahagian hit a single, bringing in freshman right-fielder Jonathan Pasillas for the score.

The next run would come when freshman center-fielder Keyon Allen reached first on an error by the Cypress pitcher, which brought in sophomore catcher Joey Notch for the run.

The third run was earned when sophomore left-fielder Joseph Cortez hit a sacrifice fly to center-field, bringing in Sahagian for the score.

The Warriors would score again at the top of the sixth inning, when Jake Sahagian hit a double that would bring in Joey Notch for the run. The Warriors would score their final run when freshman second baseman Ricardo Serrano hit a single to bring in Sahagian.

The Warriors now have a 8-3 record, and hope to start a new win streak at Santa Ana Tuesday Feb. 24.