Rain showers postpone key baseball, softball games

May 9 2013 - 7:33am

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The Roy High School baseball team rakes the pitcher’s mound following a pre-game storm in Roy on Wednesday. After 45 minutes of work, the planned game against Sky View High School was canceled.
BENJAMIN ZACK/Standard-Examiner 
The Roy High School baseball team rakes the pitcher’s mound following a pre-game storm in Roy on Wednesday. After 45 minutes of work, the planned game against Sky View High School was canceled.

With the end to the spring sports season in sight, Mother Nature made her presence known.

Several prep baseball and softball games were postponed on Wednesday as a significant rain storm passed by the Wasatch Front during the afternoon hourse.

The only problem is that with so few days left before the state tournaments begin, are athletic directors will be scrambling to get the games complete and playoff entries secured.

The Region 1, 5, 6 and 11 track and field meets were set to start on Wednesday, with a full day set for this afternoon. If weather permits, the region championships should be completed on time today.

The Region 5 tennis tournament is also expected to finish on time this afternoon at Utah State University.

Fans are encouraged to call their favorite schools for updated times for league games and makeup times.

Baseball

Non-league

* Morgan 14, Judge Memorial 5: At Salt Lake City, it took just six innings for the Trojans to complete the blowout victory.

They put up five runs in the first inning and kept on going from there.

Kade Cerrigan homered and pitcher Cameron Jarrett earned the win.

Lantzen Toomer added a triple and Braden Brown doubled.

 

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