The El Paso Community College baseball lost four games to Cochise College last weekend by a combined score of 28-1.
The four losses dropped the Tejanos to 2-10 in the young season, and extended their losing streak to seven games. The Tejanos dropped the first two games to Cochise last Friday by scores of 4-0 and 6-0. Saturday’s defeats came by the scores of 8-0 and 10-1.
El Paso Community College couldn’t get anything going offensively all weekend, collecting only 14 hits in the entire four-game series. As a team, the Tejanos batted .148 against Cochise.So far, sophomore infielder Ajejandro Moreno leads the Tejanos in batting with a .293 average.
He also leads the team in runs scored (6), hits (12) and runs batted in (12).Though the Tejanos are only averaging 3.4 runs a game, their offense has been even more anemic as of late.
During their seven-game losing streak, El Paso Community College has only managed to score eight runs.The Tejanos will start an extended road trip when they travel to Laredo College this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15 & 16, for doubleheaders on each day.
Cesar Romero is in his third season as interim coach of the EPCC baseball team.
El Paso Community College won’t host another home game until March 22 & 23, when they take on Luna College.
The El Paso Community College softball team dropped all three road games they played last weekend to fall to 2-10 on the season.
The Tejanas lost on Friday to Cisco (8-0). They followed that up with two more losses on Saturday to Western Oklahoma State (12-2) and Northeast Texas (13-0).The losses extended the Tejanas’ losing streak to four in a row.
Despite the team’s early struggles, pitcher and designated player Athena Muniz has put together some impressive numbers.Muniz has led the team in almost every offensive category.Muniz leads the team in runs scored (10), hits (20), doubles (4), home runs (3), batting average (.588), on-base percentage (.611) and slugging percentage (.971).
As a pitcher, Muniz also has one of the two wins the team has enjoyed this season. The Tejanas will be home for the next three weeks, starting this weekend with two games on Friday.They will be playing against Cisco at 11:30 a.m. and Colby at 4:30 p.m. The Tejanas have two more games on Saturday against Colby at 2 p.m. and Cisco at 4:30 p.m.