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06 March 2020  

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Varsity Softball

The Prescott Badgers got a gem in their home opener behind.  Makayla Reyes, struck out 13 while throwing a complete game shutout, in the 7-0 win over the Shadow Mountain Matadors. 

Prescott broke the scoreless tie in the bottom of the third when Dana Seavey hit a double to left scoring a pair. A wild pitch and error led to two more Badger runs, and a 4-0 lead.

Dana Seavey said, "I was just looking for something to drive and got a pitch to hit. We hit the ball well today and Makayla pitched great for us."

When asked about the big 28 run performance at Tempe on Tuesday, Seavey said,"That was a fun game and I felt to helped us bond as a team."

Danner Cozens sliced a double into the right field corner scoring two and 6-0 lead. Elle Long doubled just inside the first base bag scoring Cozens ending the scoring for the day.

Prescott coach Randall Bryan said, "I felt that once we got a few runs for Makayla she was more comfortable out there. She did such a great job."

The Badgers (4-2) will travel tomorrow to face Saguaro in Scottsdale at 4pm. Shadow Mountain dropped to (3-3).

PRESCOTT BADGERS 7, SHADOW MOUNTAIN MATADORS 0

Innings -                123  456  7  -  R   H   E

Shadow Mountain  000  000 0  -  0    2   3   
Prescott                  004  300  x -  7    7   1

WP-Reyes

Makayla Reyes had an outstanding performance in the circle for the Badgers.


Varsity Baseball

The Prescott Badgers won their second game at home this week, with a 10-2 win over visiting Shadow Mountain.

The Matadors took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first after the runner who scored reached on an error.

Trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth, the Badgers scored two to take the lead when Luke Fredrick and Colby Macbeth scored after Fredrick doubled, Macbeth singled, and a Matador error on a ball hit by Elvis Hauptman.

Prescott added four more in the fifth. Rhett Pearce, who made a highlight real diving catch in right field to end the top of the fifth was hit by a pitch. Pearce then stole second and scored on a solid single to left by Jacob Police. Police, also stole second, and went to third on wild pitch. Kody Schwartz singled in Police and it as 4-1. Schwartz then stole second as well. Luke Fredrick walked, both stole bases to get to second and third, setting up a two out two RBI single Elvis Hauptman for a 6-1 Badger lead.

Prescott added four more in the sixth after giving up a run in the top of the inning.

Starting pitcher Korey Schwartz who went 6 innings in picking up the win said, "It took me a bit to get comfortable but once I got there then it was good. I never really concern myself about the lack of scoring early, because I know at some point we will start hitting."

Badger coach Kent Winslow said, "Their pitcher did a good job of keeping us off balance for a bit, but once we figured him out, then we started to make some things happen. We have a lot if speed on this team and I love to use it as much as possible."

Prescott (3-3) will host Saguaro today at 3pm, before hitting the road during spring break.

PRESCOTT BADGERS 10, SHADOW MOUNTAIN MATADORS 2

Innings -                123  456  7  -  R   H    E

Shadow Mountain 100  001  0  -  2    6    1
Prescott                 000  244  x  - 10  13   3

WP: K. Schwartz

LP:  Wren

Korey Schwartz 


Boys Tennis

Prescott beat Shadow Mountain 8-1 on Thursday afternoon to even their record at (1-1), after a 5-4 loss last Saturday at Casteel. The Badgers will not play again till they travel to McClintock on March 18.

 

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Ron Williams

Ron Williams is the advisor, broadcaster, and sportswriter for the BBN, Badger Broadcasting Network. The BBN is a community club for high school students enrolled in the Prescott Unified School District.

 

 

 

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