BROOMFIELD -- Holy Family moved into the state 4A baseball tournament with an 11-1, six-inning win over Elizabeth June 14 on the Tigers' field.
The win moves the Tigers to the double-elimination …
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Holy Family plays Lewis Palmer at noon Friday, June 18, at Runyon Complex in Pueblo.
The win moves the Tigers to the double-elimination round starting Friday, June 18. The Tigers face Lewis-Palmer in the opening game at noon. The winner plays at 3 p.m. June 18, The losing team plays at noon Saturday, June 19. The other teams in the Tigers' part of the draw are Secverance and D'Evelyn.
The Tigers scored eight runs over the last three innings against the Cardinals. The state's mercy rule ended the game in the sixth inning.
Ryan Chacon had three hits for the Tigers. Brennan bennett, Jared Delgado and Izaak sifeken had two hits. Sifeken was the starting and winning pitcher for the Tigers. He struck out 10 in 4 1/3 innings.bre
Holy Family improved to 16-1. The Cardinals finished their season with a record of 12-5.
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