JV baseball shuts down Fairfield Falcons 14-1

Graphic: Winters Express
Graphic: Winters Express

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The past week of rain soaked the baseball fields, with the infields especially needing the most work to get them ready for a game.

The Warriors baseball players worked hard during a practice, to drain the large puddles, the largest being 2-inches deep in the backstop. The Warriors were able to play their scheduled home, non-conference game against Fairfield High School on Friday, March 1.

The Warriors started the game batting in 11 runs in the first inning, which set the tone of the game.

Offensively, the Warriors secured the win in the game, that played in 5 innings. In the third inning the Warriors batted in three more runs.

Defensively, the Warriors pitched a great game, keeping the Fairfield Falcons to only one run.

David Reyes pitched the first two innings and threw five strikeouts. Reyes was relieved by Thomas Guidici, who pitched the last three innings shutting the game down. Guidici threw three strikeouts.

The final score was 14-1 a win for the Warriors, a morale boost for the Warriors after the Armijo game that ended as loss for the Warriors, 13-5. The record for the Warriors is now 1-1.

The Warriors play a non-conference game against at Pioneer High School on Monday, March 4 at 3:30 p.m. On Thursday, March 7 the Warriors will travel to Colusa for a 3-day tournament.


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