Practice makes perfect
Solano softball dominates division once again with seventh championship in a row
The Solano Falcons softball team had a strong 28-9 season overall, 19-1 conference. Solano has collected seven consecutive Bay Valley Conference titles and reached the playoffs eight years in a row.
Leading the conference by two games over Yuba College (17-3), Solano clinched the conference after beating Napa April 19.
Hannah Wilbur pitched in 28 games, starting 19 with a 1.26 ERA. She went 21-5 overall with 193 strikeouts. She received
All-State pitcher of the year as well as MVP pitcher of the year.
Darian Quist-Richard was awarded 1st team outfield and the All Nor-Cal statewide award.
Darian had a .447 batting average, 37 runs scored, 55 hits and
Solano has made the playoffs eight consecutive years in a row, collecting seven consecutive Bay Valley Conference titles.
“Our goal is to win, but it comes down to who is the best team,” coach Terri Pearson-Bloom said.
“The key is to recruiting great players and developing their talents.”
The Falcons played playoff games in Fresno last weekend against Fresno City College. They lost Saturday 1-0 and Sunday 9-0, ending their season.