The Reed High baseball team finished up a busy stretch Saturday that saw them play five games in five days, finishing with a 4-1 record.
Will Bannister struck out six over four innings of work and Brendan Coffindaffer picked up three hits in a 12-2 win at Douglas last Tuesday.
Reed split a wild doubleheader the next day at Carson, losing the first game 16-9 and winning the second 15-10. Tanner Clabaugh led the way with two hits and three RBIs in the first game while Brandon Biggs had three hits and five RBIs and Jordan Oliver two hits and four knocked in during game two.
Douglas visited Lee Mitchell Field in Sparks on Thursday and the Raiders came away with a 15-5 victory. Clabaugh had three hits and two RBIs, finishing just a home run shy of the cycle. Scott Cameron drove in four runs on three hits and Dylan Husted connected for a single, double and drove in three in the win.
Husted was back at it again on Saturday, finishing just a double shy of the cycle while driving in three in a 13-6 win over Wooster. Husted, Clabaugh and Biggs each connected with a home run in the win.
Reed (13-6, 6-3) is tied for second with three others in the Sierra League. The team played at Wooster yesterday and hosts Galena tomorrow.
The Cougs split a pair of league games against Galena last week before falling in another on Saturday at home.
The boys hosted the Grizzlies last Tuesday and fell 17-6, but avenged that loss Thursday with a 12-6 win at Galena.
On Saturday, the Cougs fell to Damonte Ranch, 7-3.
Spanish Springs (8-6, 5-4) played at Damonte yesterday and will host Bishop Manogue tomorrow at 3:45 p.m.