Ogden spanks Scots 9-2; sweeps cross-town rivalry
Thursday , April 18, 2013 - 5:52 PM
OGDEN — The Tigers won their second game in two days Wednesday — a 9-2 Region 11 victory over cross-town rival Ben Lomond — at Ogden High for a season sweep of the Scots.
They hope to make an even bigger statement Friday against Tooele.
Ogden senior right-hander Chezarae Garcia tossed a four-hitter with 16 strikeouts.
The Tigers’ Adelena Duran was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle. Katelyn Shaw had two hits; Nikki Thompson ripped a triple; and Taylor Garner drilled a double for Ogden (9-7 overall, 3-5 league).
The Scots are 1-12, 0-8.
• BEAR RIVER 4, STANSBURY 1: At Stansbury Park, the five-time defending state 3-A champion Bears snapped the Stallions’ 14-game winning streak and moved into a first-place tie with Stansbury (16-2, 7-1) with four league games remaining.
Senior right-hander Jordan Theurer, who has signed with Southern Utah University, allowed seven hits with seven strikeouts and no walks.
Freshman Brenna Hinck went 2-for-4 with a triple, two RBIs and scored a run. Theurer was 3-for-4; Bailee Trapp drilled a double with a bases-loaded walk; and Erin Fox had an RBI single for three-time defending league champion Bear River (12-2, 7-1), which has won its last six games.
• GRANTSVILLE 12, MORGAN 0 (five innings): At Morgan’s Wilkinson Complex, the Cowboys (9-4, 5-2) blanked the Trojans (3-12, 1-5).
• BONNEVILLE 6, MOUNTAIN CREST 4: At Hyrum, the Lakers scored six fourth-inning runs on four hits.
Cortney Porter and Andy Hancock each drilled a two-run double in the fourth. Nicole Gross and Madeline Jensen each had an RBI single in Bonneville’s big inning.
Hancock, a junior right-hander, allowed eight hits with 11 strikeouts and a walk for the Lakers (7-6, 5-3), who are tied with the Mustangs (8-5, 5-3), for second place.STORY:201304180047Ogden spanks Scots 9-2; sweeps cross-town rivalry/Sports/2013/04/18/Ogden-spanks-Scots-9-2-sweeps-cross-town-rivalry.html-1