Sonoma Academy of Santa Rosa (Calif.) has allowed two runs in its last four games but hasn’t allowed a hit. That’s right, four consecutive no-hitters, according to Cal-Hi Sports.
The site notes that there is no such record in the Cal-Hi record book or the National Federation record book, so this will stand as the record for now.
The streak began on April 7 with a five-inning victory against Technology of Rohnert Park by a 13-0 score — the game was shortened by the state mercy rule — with Dylan De La Montanya, Byron Spars and Jordan Salmonsen combining for the no-hitter.
Next was a 15-0 win against Calistoga in five innings with De La Montanya, Kyle Duchynski and Oscar McCauley throwing.
The scoreless innings streak ended in a 5-1 win in seven innings against Tomales. Ethan Jones and Duchynski were on the mound. Then, it was an 11-1 victory against Bay School of San Francisco, again in five innings. De La Montanya was the winning pitcher. Runs in both games were a combination of walks and errors.
The no-hitter streak is on the line again Tuesday against Rincon Valley Christian.