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DeBrouwer, Crain combine for no-no in Sierras opener
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Dylan DeBrouwer got Sierra High’s baseball team started on the right track Monday, anchoring a combined no-hitter in the Timberwolves’ 4-1 season-opening win over visiting Livingston Monday.

The game was originally rained out Friday, when the spring season officially kicked off in the Sac-Joaquin Section.

DeBrouwer logged five scoreless innings and struck out 11 without a walk. Mark Crain pitched two innings in relief and yielded Livingston’s lone run in the sixth.

DeBrouwer aided the cause with one of Sierra’s four hits. The others came from Nathan O’Leary, Alex Arreola and Caleb Young.

Sierra was spotted a three-run lead in the second, with two runs coming in on a wild pitch. Fernando Lucero drove in the third with a sacrifice bunt.

Weston Ranch 4, McNair 4

The game was called due to darkness at Weston Ranch.

Junior hurler Tyler Scharnow kept the Cougars in it with a sterling pitching performance, striking out 10 and walking one while allowing two earned runs.

Akiha Etu got Weston Ranch going in the third inning with a clutch triple. Jered Ferrari was 3-for-4 with two RBIs.