Bear Creek looked ready to take a loss, but rallied for a 13-11 victory over Grand Junction Saturday at Bear Creek High School.
The Warriors took a 10-0 lead after scoring runs multiple runs in each of the first three innings of the game.
However, the Bears scored six runs in the bottom of the third inning and then six more in the bottom of the sixth, coming all the way back for an improbable victory.
The win takes Bear Creek’s record back over .500 at 4-3, after a 1-3 start to the season.
The Bears will host Loveland Thursday at 4 p.m.
D’Evelyn spent some of spring break in Arizona playing three games against out of state opponents last week.
The Jaguars lost twice but won the final game of their trip, beating Marist High School 12-2. D’Evelyn scored five first inning runs and then capped the win off with seven more fifth inning runs as they blew out the team from Eugene, Oregon.
Three different Jaguars scored multiple runs including senior Mikale Doherty and junior Grant Witherspoon.
D’Evelyn (2-3) will host Conifer Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Lakewood got tested by several different Arizona schools as a part of their spring break road trip last week.
The Tigers went 1-3 on their Grand Canyon state trip, but two of those losses came by a single run.
Lakewood’s lone victory was a 5-1 win over Paradise Valley School of Phoenix, Ariz.
The Tigers scored two runs in the sixth and two more in the seventh inning to secure the win over a Paradise Valley team that already has eight victories this season.
Lakewood junior Trevor Kehe went 2-for-4 and scored a run.
The Tigers (3-4) will host Rock Canyon Thursday at 4 p.m.
Ralston Valley used their spring break to beat up on several out of state opponents.
The Mustangs traveled to Tucson, Ariz., last week and came back with four wins in five days.
And not only did Ralston Valley beat four opponents, the team beat them up, outscoring opponents 53-7.
However, the Mustangs were finally beat by St.
Laurence 7-4, a team from Illinois. Despite senior Jacob Gallegos’ 3-for-3 effort, Ralston Valley gave up five fourth inning runs and fell for the first time this season.
The Mustangs (6-1) will host Monarch Saturday at 2 p.m.