West Ranch baseball dominant from the start, defeat Saugus 11-2

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The West Ranch Wildcats were hot from the start on Friday as they demolished the Saugus Centurions by a score of 11-2.

The Wildcats started off the game with a five-run inning while holding the Centurions scoreless, and it only got worse from there.

Mental mistakes on Saugus’ behalf gave up a lot of easy runs during the course of the game.

In the second inning, a wild pitch from Tony Jacob allowed Jason Drees to advance home from first base.

Jacob also threw a wild pitch which allowed Niko Valdez to advance from second to home.

Saugus next plays on Monday, May 2 against Santa Clarita Christian at the Masters College while West Ranch returns to action on Friday, May 6 against Canyon High School.

Both Saugus and West Ranch are tied for second place in Foothill League play at 7-4 behind Valencia who sits at 9-2.