The Tide couldn’t have asked for a better way to launch themselves into the games that count.
Author Archive | Matt Richert
With back-to-back wins, the Glencoe Crimson Tide have reached the championship game of their annual spring break tournament.
Glencoe and Forest Grove meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday for a berth in the championship game.
A big fourth inning lifted the Crusaders past the Cardinals before the rains came at Sprunk Stadium Thursday.
Needing just 67 pitches to complete seven innings, Trace Hokkanen limited the Lakers to six hits and just one earned run as the Beavers improved to 3-0 on the season.
Despite outhitting the Wilson Trojans by a nearly 2-to-1 margin, the Century Jaguars lost their first game of the season Tuesday.
The Hillsboro Spartans had to wait until Monday to play their first baseball game and had to wait until their final turn at bat to clinch the win.
In a dramatic turnaround from opening day, the Jesuit Crusaders cleaned up their act on the mound and in the field to earn a shutout win in their home opener.
Tigard senior Conner Wojahn walked and scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning and picked up the win in relief as the Tigers defeated the Apollos in the season-opener for both teams
Most games fell victim to wet weather on Tuesday but two games were completed on turf fields through the steady rain.