The ten game losing streak is over After a rough start to the season, the Yuba College baseball team is back on track after winning two games and losing one. ” Its simple, if we play catch we will win, that’s what we did in the first two games this week,” said head coach Tim Gloyd. Late last week, Yuba traveled to Shasta for a non-league battle and won 19-12. Freshman outfielder Nick Hanson hit two home runs and tallied six RBIs as Yuba dropped a ten game losing streak. Yuba totaled seven teen hits and committed three errors. On Saturday, Yuba hosted their first league game against Delta College. Yuba right-hander Wes Porter pitched 6 2/3 innings striking out nine and walking seven batters in a 10-1 route. Team captains Kelly Buber and Neil Logue had two RBIs a piece and Freshman Curtis Hudson hit a home run off the scoreboard to lead the forty-niner offense. ” WOW, we came to play today, and we dominated the whole game. It was fun,” said freshman pitcher David Treadwell. Treadwell, who relieved porter in the sixth inning, pitched two innings of solid baseball retiring all batters he faced. On Tuesday, Yuba lost to the number two team in the state and inner league rival Sacramento City. Yuba totaled seven hits and had two errors as the Panthers beat Yuba 9-2. Jake Howard went 2-for-4 with a double and Anthony Sevedra went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a walk. ” Steve Briggs pitched outstanding. All they hit were little bleeders that fell right over our infielders heads, it should have been a different game,” said David Treadwell. Yuba is now (5-13,1-2). ” It was a good week for us. It got us back on our feet and got the monkey off our back. We had a team meeting last week and I believe it paid off, we came to play this week,” said Neil Logue.Yuba Softball Goes 3-4 This Week The Yuba College softball team was busy this week playing seven games including the West Valley Tournament held in Saratoga. Last Thursday, Yuba hosted Laney college in a Bay Valley Conference double-header and won both of them with ease 16-0 and 17-0. Taryn Shrekengost threw a no-hitter in the first game and Marisa Vodden a one-hitter in the second as the 49ers were in cruise control the whole day. Yuba traveled to Saratoga to compete in the West Valley Tournament last weekend. After a strong first game beating a very tough Napa Valley 3-1, Yuba had its troubles in the next three losing to San Mateo College, Santa Rosa College and De Anza College. ” We keep on getting out hit and that’s what happened in the tournament. We hit well in the first game against Napa, after that we stopped,” said lead-off hitter Trisha Almond. Taryn Shrekengost had a good tournament all around getting the win against Napa and got a hit in every game. Yuba traveled to Mendocino for a Bay Valley Conference match up and came out on the short end of the stick losing 10-2. Yuba only totaled four hits and gave up two costly errors that gave Mendocino five runs in the fourth inning. Taryn Shrekengost continued to shine at the plate as she had two hits, one of them a triple. Kibbe La Chappa and Liz Mabray each had one RBI a piece for Yuba. The Yuba College softball team is (7-13,2-1).