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Hawks suffer fifth straight softball loss at Livingston
CV drops to 2-7 in WAC
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Central Valley High School's varsity softball team evened its Western Athletic Conference record at 2-2 with a 13-2 win over Pacheco on March 28.

The Hawks dropped their fifth straight game on April 24, losing 6-4 at host Livingston.

Sixth-place Central Valley fell to 2-7 in the WAC standings.

The fifth-place Wolves moved to 3-7 in conference play.

Hawk pitcher Lexy Cordova allowed just one earned run, scattered 10 hits, struck out two and walked three over seven innings.

Lynaya Lerma led the way on offense with one single, two RBIs and one walks.

Mia Lorenzo batted 2-for-3 with one double, one RBI and one walk.

Malynda Lomeli batted 1-for-4 with one RBI.

Nicholette Mendez collected a pair of singles and two stolen bases.

Sarah McElroy, Lindsay Alexander and Yescenia Godinez all singled.

Central Valley lost 3-2 to fourth-place Patterson on April 19 in Ceres.

Cordova yielded one earned run and 12 hits with one strikeout and four walks in seven innings.

Lexy accounted for one of the Hawks' 11 hits. She singled.

Lorenzo batted 3-for-4 with two RBIs.

McElroy doubled and singled.

Mendez singled twice.

Lerma, Lomeli and Alexander chipped in with one single apiece.

Central Valley suffered a 6-3 loss while battling second-place Los Banos on April 17 in Ceres.

Cordova struck out three and walked three over six innings.

She gave up two earned runs and four hits.

Alexander singled and knocked in two runs.

Lomeli had one single, one RBI and one walk.

McElroy, Mendez, Lerma and Godinez finished with one single each.

First-place Central Catholic shut out Central Valley 6-0 on April 12 in Modesto.

Cordova surrendered six runs on six hits, two walks and one hit batsman.

Lexy had four strikeouts in six innings.

Alexander singled twice.

Cordova, Lorenzo, Godinez and Bryana Lopez singled once.