Monday , March 20, 2017 - 5:24 PM
OGDEN — Jackson Stein hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh to give Ogden a 6-5 win over Timpview in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday and the Tigers went on to sweep the Thunderbirds.
Ogden won the second game 5-3.
The Tigers improved their record to 3-0 with the sweep. Ogden defeated Ben Lomond, 6-5, in eight innings on Tuesday, March 10.
WESTLAKE 9, BOUNTIFUL 7
ST. GEORGE — Westlake used a seven-run fourth inning to overtake Bountiful after falling behind 5-0 and held on for the victory Saturday at Desert Hills High School.
Bountiful scored five runs in the second inning and led 6-2 before Westlake’s big fourth inning.
Bountiful added a run in the fifth but that was it.
Spencer Jorgensen recorded two hits and drove in two runs for the Braves.
Brett Balle tallied a pair of hits and Cooper Ohlson drove in a pair of runs for Bountiful.
SKYLINE 6, WEBER 2
ST. GEORGE — Skyline scored four unanswered runs and defeated Weber Saturday at Snow Canyon High School.
Weber scored a pair of runs to tie the game at 2-2 in the top of the third, but Skyline answered with one in the bottom of the inning. Skyline added another run in the fourth and two more in the sixth.
Skyline outhit Weber 11-7.
POCATELLO-IDAHO 9, BEAR RIVER 7
GARLAND — Pocatello jumped out to a 9-1 lead and Bear River couldn’t complete the comeback Saturday.
Bear River got back in the game with a four-run fourth and added a run in each of the sixth and seventh innings.
Pocatello scored six runs in the second to build a 7-0 lead and extended its advantage to 9-1 in the top of the fourth.
FREMONT 2, SKYRIDGE 0
HURRICANE — Kade Skeen drove in the only two runs of the game in the bottom of the sixth and Fremont edged Skyridge Saturday at Hurricane High School.
Skeen and Tyler Clark each had two hits for the Silver Wolves.
McKade Delstra started for Fremont and pitched six innings. Clark picked up the save.
WOODS CROSS 7, MOUNTAIN VIEW 5
ST. GEORGE — Austin Busdicker picked up the win as Woods Cross defeated Mountain View Saturday.
BEAR RIVER 9, STANSBURY 2
GARLAND — Tyke Nessen doubled twice and drove in five runs to lead Bear River to a 9-2 win over Stansbury in the Bears’ second of two games Saturday.
Marshall Pond surrendered a pair of runs in the first inning but settled down to not allow any more. He pitched six innings, allowed five hits, struck out six and walked none.
Bear River scored twice in the bottom of the second to tie the game at 2-2, then took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the third. The Bears added two runs in the fourth and four in the fifth.
SPRINGVILLE 4, FREMONT 0
ST. GEORGE — Springville scored three runs in the top of the fourth to break a scoreless tie and went on to blank Fremont in the championship game of a tournament Saturday at Dixie High School.
Springville scored its fourth run in the fifth inning.
Fremont managed just four hits.
NORTHRIDGE 7, OREM 2
ST. GEORGE — Northridge scored three runs in the fifth and added three more in the sixth to break open a close game Saturday at Desert Hills High School.
Northridge took a 1-0 lead in the first inning and the score remained that way until the fifth.
Orem scored its only runs of the game in the seventh inning.
DESERT HILLS 10, NORTHRIDGE 5
ST. GEORGE — Desert Hills used a four-run third and a three-run fourth to power past Northridge in a tournament Saturday at Desert Hills High School.
Northridge took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first but Desert Hills responded with two in the bottom half of the inning. The Knights grabbed a 3-2 lead in the third, but the Thunder scored four in the bottom half of the inning and never trailed again.
WEBER 14, SKYLINE 2
ST. GEORGE — Weber totaled 16 hits and did all of its scoring damage in three big innings as it avenged a loss to Skyline from earlier in the day to win a tournament Saturday at Snow Canyon High School.
Weber scored five runs in the third, four runs in the fourth and five runs in the sixth.
Brevin Thon struck out 11 in five innings while also tallying three hits. Jace Campbell produced three hits as well for the Warriors and also drove in five runs.
Brandon Capener drove in three runs for Weber.
Skyline scored a run in each of the second and sixth innings.
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