Salinas-Seaside softball

 No program has made a bigger turnaround in one season than the Cowboys, who have more than doubled their win total from last year at the mid point of the season.
 Salinas is also battling for supremacy in the Pacific Division as it will visit Seaside this afternoon in what could be looked upon as a mid-term.
 The Cowboys, who won four games last year, have 11 in their first 16 games this spring, including a 3-1 start in the Pacific Division.
 That one setback, however, came from Monte Vista, who Seaside defeated in its league opener.
 Salinas has shown some punch at the plate of late as Kayla Stone has homered in three consecutive games. Leslie Romero leads the team in hits while Neveah Pinon has been a run producer.
 Seaside is a different team than it was a month ago when it dropped four of its first five non-league games.
 After giving up 44 runs in those four losses, the Spartans pitching staff had allowed just three runs in their last two games before losing a nailbitter to Alvarez on Wednesday.
 Jordan Olivares, a late arrival from basketball, hit two homers in her last home game while Destiny Riparip tossed a compete game against Monte Vista.

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