The Lady Warriors nearly pulled a rabbit out of their hat in softball action last week in a close 8-7 loss to Burroughs-Ridgecrest.
Down 5-1 in the top of the seventh inning, Mountain Softball reeled off six runs to take a 7-5 lead, but Burroughs answered in their final at bat in the bottom of the frame with three runs for the final 8-7 score.
Kendall Kapitzke went 3-4 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI to lead the offense, while Colby Berry also had a double and Ryanna Floyd and Miranda Wert had singles.
In addition to Kapitzke, other Lady Warriors rounding the bases to score were Alexxis Silva, Kathryn Friedt, Berry, Floyd and Wert.
In the circle, Taylor Cummings pitched all seven innings and recorded two strikeouts, while Brittany Puetz led the team in putouts with 10 on the afternoon.
The Lady Warriors will be in action against at Rosamond this Tuesday. The game will start at 3:15 p.m.
The Lady Braves opened up the Centennial Jayvee Tournament in impressive fashion last Saturday with a 15-0 victory over North.
Laney Ricker and Kennedie Onufrak each had homeruns in the game, while Onufrak, Brooke Sasia, Cozette Kenyon and Montana Frey had two runs scored apiece.
Shelby Ricker also had a double and scored three runs in the win.
Earlier in the week, Tehachapi lost a 15-5 decision to Burroughs but had a homerun in the contest by Laney Ricker.
Tehachapi finished up the Centennial Tourney this past Monday and results will be available next week.
The Lady Braves will have a pair of away games against Rosamond this Tuesday and the Trona Varsity team on Friday, both starting at 3:15 p.m.