Prep baseball: Tigers bounce back

Mar 22 2012 - 11:48pm

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(NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner ) Ogden’s Kameron Laird (3) tries to steal home Thursday against Ben Lomond’s Caden Perea (8) at Ogden High School.
(NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner ) Ogden’s Kameron Laird (3) tries to steal home Thursday against Ben Lomond’s Caden Perea (8) at Ogden High School.

OGDEN -- After suffering their first defeat in region play to start the season Tuesday afternoon, the Ogden Tigers got back on track by defeating crosstown rivals Ben Lomond 8-0 Thursday afternoon thanks to a couple of big innings at the plate.

"I was proud of the way that we responded after what happened earlier this week," Ogden coach Troy Kolan said. "Joe (Bischoff) pitched a great game and kept them off-balance with his curveball today. We had some key hits from Hunter (Anderson) and Kameron Laird and that made all the difference."

Both pitchers threw the ball extremely well in the beginning as Bischoff and Ben Lomond's Alex Craft each threw three scoreless innings. Those three innings lasted a grand total of 30 minutes as each team was cruising defensively.

However, it was the fourth inning that the Tigers got things going. They pushed across two runs in the bottom of the fourth and chased Craft from the game. Once Craft left, Ogden blew the game wide open with two-run singles from Anderson and Laird to put the home side up 8-0.

"When we got that first lead, we were able to settle down and play the way we know how," Kolan said. "This is how we want to play each and every game and hopefully this will springboard us to bigger things this season."

Bischoff threw the complete game six-hitter with 10 strikeouts in helping the Tigers to the victory. Anderson had two hits and Bischoff also scored twice in the win.

* MORGAN 4, GRANTSVILLE 0: At Morgan, the Trojans' Braden Daniel threw a complete game two-hitter with 12 strikeouts as Morgan picked up their first region win of the year.

Cameron Jarrett helped the home team's cause with a towering three-run blast in the Trojans' four-run third inning.

* STANSBURY 8, BEAR RIVER 4: At Stansbury, the Stallions broke out of a 3-3 tie with five runs in the fourth and fifth innings.

Winning pitcher Jesse Clingman and Matt Lindsley each had triples for Stabnsbury. Taylor Ramsdell doubled for Bear River. Brock Hill took the loss.

Region 6

* CLEARFIELD 3, EAST 1: At Clearfield, the Falcons put together a three-run sixth inning to earn their first win of the season.

Logan Neerings tossed a three-hitter with seven strikeouts and just one walk. The Falcons defense also played well behind him, helping Neerings out of a bases-loaed jam late in the contest.

In the sixth, Dylan Moore and Connor Parry walked, advancing on passed balls and Clay Holcombe's single. Holcombe later scored after Neerings sacrifice fly was thrown away by East.

Holcombe had two hits for the Falcons (1-5 overall, 1-0 league).

Non-league

* WEST 2, WEBER 1: At Salt Lake City, Warriors pitcher Joe Luna tossed a fourt-hitter but Weber ran into West pitcher Humberto Medina, who gave up no hits on the day.

Eric Takenaka had a triple for the Panthers.

Boys soccer

* LAYTON CHRISTIAN 5, LEGACY PREP 0: At Layton, Ignacio Baeza had a pair of goals and Christoph Joppich added two assists for the Eagles in the non-league battle.

Seong-Dae Shin, Felipe Hermanny and Diego Perez each added goals for LCA, 3-1, 2-0. Keeper Berke Kalemoglu recorded the shutout while sweeper Jong Sun Kim was strong in defense.

* LONE PEAK 1, ROY 0: At Highland, the Royals were shut out, giving up a late goal to Cameron Mclaughlin.

scored the golden goal in the second half while Kaden Killpack preserved the teams' impenetrable net.

* LAYTON 5, KEARNS 0: At Layton, the Lancers scored four early goals and cruised to the win.

Nate Carter and Joseph Carter each scored a pair, while Christian Love added a goal.

Johnny Rodriguez and Jamison Walker shared the shutout in goal.

Track and field

* DARTS SWEEP SUPER MEET TITLES: At Kaysville, Davis High's girls and boys swept the team titles at the Super Meet on Tuesday and Wednesday on their home track.

In the girls meet, Davis scored 179 points, followed by Fremont (88), Weber and Riverton (81) and Viewmont (58).

In the boys meet, Davis tallied 209 points, followed by Riverton 9157), Fremont (77), Bingham (68) and Weber (65).

In girls action, Davis' Sylvia Harrison won the 100 and 200 metes, while teammate Adelyn Jones won the 100-meter hurdles and Shea Martinez claimed the 800 meters. The Darts also won a pair of relays.

Other Top of Utah winners included Weber's Mykah Heaton in the long jump, Weber's Chantil Martin in the discus, Fremont's Tanesha Daniels in the shot put, Viewmont's Ella Johnson in the high jump, and Bountiful's Lexi Peterson in the 300-meter hurdles.

The Darts' Marcus Daley had the top performance of the meet, winning the long jump in 22-7.75. He also won the long jump.

Davis' Brayden Cromar won the 1,600 and 3,200 meters, Brady Nye claimed the 800 and the Darts also won a pair of relays.

Other local winners included Weber's Mitch Mordaunt in the 110-meter high hurdles, Viewmont's Tyler Huffaker in the javelin, and Viewmont's Braden Waiters in the 300-meter hurdles.

Riverton's Cole Lambourne won the 100, 200 and 400 meters.

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