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LEVELLAND â€” The Big Spring softball team cruised to am 8-2 win against Levelland Tuesday night, upping its records to 2-2.
The Lady Steers rode the arm of Logan Yarbar, who was credited with the win.
Angelina Castillo was big, going 2 for 4. She batted in three runs in the sixth inning, ensuring the Lady Steers left Levelland with a win.
Outside of Castillo, Haley Dimidjian, Mackenzie Stone and Jiliian Valle all went 2 for 4.
â€śWeâ€™re 2-2 right now, so weâ€™re OK,â€ť BSHS head coach John Sparks said. â€śI told the girls last night, itâ€™s all about staying focused and playing a complete seven innings if we have to go that far. They did a great job last night.â€ť
Sparks said he is still experimenting with his team as far as figuring our who can play where. Thursday is a good time to do so with the Midland West Texas Classic in Midland.
The Steers start off against Seminole and then Coahoma. The latter pits two Howard County teams together.
â€śWeâ€™re going to take some extra players with us to get some looks at them, move some people around, see what our best scenarios are as far as putting a team together thatâ€™s going to be competitive,â€ť Sparks said.
â€śThatâ€™s what tournaments are all about.â€ť