The Marysville varsity baseball team opened up play in the Sutter Spring Classic on Tuesday as they split their first two games, defeating Golden Sierra 3-2 and then falling to University Prep 11-7.
In game one vs. Golden Sierra, Cole Tyler, Will Townsend and Alex Torrez all went 1-for-3 as Towsend scored a run and Torrez added a double to his stat line. On the mound for the Indians C.D. Portillo pitched three innings, striking out three batters and only allowing one hit.
In game two vs. University Prep, Marysville was led by Morgun Goss, who went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two runs scored. Dominic Crabtree also went 2-for-3 adding a double and two RBI. Lastly, Devon Conway went 2-for-2 with two runs scored.
Marysville baseball (11-4) will continue to play today in the Sutter Spring Classic when they take on Winters at 4:30 p.m.
Sutter 4, Durham 0
Sutter 12, Pierce 2
The Sutter Huskies baseball team secured two victories at the team’s home tournament on Tuesday as they bested the Trojans by four runs and the Bears by 10 runs.
In game one vs. Durham, Cory McIntyre went 1-for-4 with an RBI triple. Meanwhile Eli Carlos and Brandon Taddy went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Dawson Yartz pitched a complete game only allowing three hits and striking out eight batters.
In game two, Jason Crooks went 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBI while Jack Swartz went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Alex Solano pitched a complete game only allowing three hits while striking out six.
Sutter baseball (14-6) will take on University Prep today in the Sutter Spring Classic at 4:30 p.m.
Colusa 6, Anderson 2
Colusa 6, Los Molinos 1
After a day’s delay due to weather, Colusa came away with two pool play wins to open the Sutter Spring Classic.
Cody Free got things going for the RedHawks in the first game against the Cubs when he singled in the third innning to drive in two and break the 1-1 tie.
In the game, Colusa pounded out 10 hits led by Leo Guzman who was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate and Blake Steidlmayer who finished 2-for-4 an made some nice defensive plays in the middle infield.
On the mound Xavier Lopez got the win going five and a third innings and striking out six before giving way to Christian Lyss who closed out the game.
The RedHawks followed up by downing Bulldogs in their second game of the day.
Guzman got the nod on the mound and went four innings striking out three before yielding to Drew Bradbury and Ethan Lay who each threw an inning of relief.
Colusa (19-4) resumes play today against an undetermined opponent.