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The Tigers pounded out 12 hits and Yano tossed a complete game with five strike outs in Ontario's 6-3 win over Middleton in nonleague softball action Wednesday at Ore-Ida Regional Sports Complex in Ontario."I felt the first couple of innings we had some jitters, but we shook it off pretty well," Ontario head coach David hopper said. Defense was solid, Kayla Yano was on her game and she hit her spots."The Tigers committed a couple of second inning miscues and the Vikings took advantage with two runs.The lead could have increased, but Middleton had two runners gunned down on the basepaths.Even with the win, Yano said the team needs to improve on several aspects of the game to be successful. "We have to keep our errors down, keep hitting the ball and hit it hard.I think we'll be fine."Ontario (1-0) takes on Bishop Kelly Friday.By RAY RODRIGUEZ - ARGUS OBSERVERLed by senior Stephanie Babij, the Ontario girls tennis team won four of five matches and easily breezed past Baker Tuesday in Ontario.

All three Grant Union runs were unearned as the Tigers committed five errors.

The Hilanders scored 10 runs in the second inning of the first game and added 11 more during the fourth and fifth innings to quickly dispatch Ontario.

The Tigers seemed to be destined for the same fate in the second game, falling behind 6-0 as Burns scored six third-inning runs on just two hits.

By RAY RODRIGUEZ - ARGUS OBSERVERThe future is now for the Ontario Tiger softball squad.

Blessed with three solid pitchers and a potent offense, the Tigers have a shot at a state championship berth.

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