JV Baseball sees toughest battle of the season

Carson Lowrie pitches in a baseball game against Colusa High School.

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The Warriors played in a home conference game against Colusa on Tuesday, April 23. Carson Lowrie pitched in the first two innings and started the third. In the third inning Hunter Godden relieved Lowrie, and held them to one run each for three innings. In the sixth inning Colusa got two more runs. The Warriors got six hits through the whole game. The final score was 12-0, a loss for the Warriors. On Thursday the Warriors traveled out to Sutter High School for the toughest battle of the season. Richard Padilla, a first time pitcher, did well for his first time out and had four strikeouts. Sutter had recently played Willows and beet them 36-1. Sutter had three earned runs and, due to a series of walks and errors, Sutter got four more runs. The final score was a 7-2 loss for the Warriors.      [gallery jnewsslider="true" jnewsslider_zoom="true" ids="773335,773337"] The Warriors played in a third game on Friday in an away conference game against Colusa. The Warriors put up Joe Iten to pitch, and he did well against a tough opponent. In the span of the game the Warriors only had four hits. Two of them were by Conner Ray and Diego Valencia, the pop hitters. The Warriors lost the game 14-1. Coach Manny Garcia said, “The boys played well and never gave up. They walked away with their heads held high.”    The Warriors were scheduled to play in a non-conference away double header against Sutter. The game was cancelled due to a lack of bus drivers.]]>

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