Baseball: The Spanish Springs baseball team won two of its three games it played last week to improve to 7-3 in the 4A Northern Conference. The Cougs are 13-4 overall and sit in third place in the conference behind Galena (9-1) and Reno (10-0).
Spanish Springs had a chance to knock the Huskies from the unbeaten ranks on Saturday but fell 4-0 at home.
Earlier in the week they knocked off Douglas 4-1 on Thursday and Damonte Ranch 11-7 on Tuesday.
The Cougs play three games this week beginning with McQueen yesterday, at Galena tomorrow and home against Wooster on Saturday.
Softball: The Cougs didn’t surrender a single run in their three games last week and now sit in second place in the 4A Northern Conference, tied with Bishop Manogue at 8-2 in league play and just behind first place Douglas (9-2).
After beating Reno 5-0 on Tuesday in a game that saw Tyra Clary strike out 15 over seven innings, Spanish Springs beat Damonte Ranch in a doubleheader Saturday, 11-0 and 14-0.
Clary struck out 13 in the circle in the first game and tallied a pair of hits while Savannah Martin and Kennedy Dudley each had three hits. Kaylah House added a home run in the win.
In game two, it was Hailey Mclean’s turn to star in the circle as she struck out 14 batters in seven innings of work. The freshman also added three hits at the plate while Keeley Fannin finished 2-for-4 with four RBIs.
The Cougs play at Carson tomorrow and at Hug twice Saturday.
Baseball: The Raiders climbed to fifth place in the division last week after picking up three more wins.
Jordan Oliver belted a home run and knocked in a pair on Saturday in a 9-7 win over Douglas after the senior led the team with two hits in a 5-3 win over Bishop Manogue on Thursday. Casey Burfield turned in a solid pitching performance in the win with 6.2 innings of three-run ball while striking out seven.
Earlier in the week the Raiders exploded for 14 runs in a 14-4 win against McQueen on Tuesday. Greg Oltman went 4-for-5 with a pair of triples and four RBIs for the Raiders.
Reed played Wooster yesterday and plays at Damonte Ranch tomorrow before hosting Carson Saturday.
Softball: Reed freshman Danyelle Leone surrendered just three hits and a walk while striking out 12 in a complete game shutout last Tuesday as the Raider girls knocked off Churchill County 6-0. Leone also tallied two hits in the win while Jackie Garcia also notched a pair of hits and an RBI.
In their only other game last week, Reed fell 6-2 to Bishop Manogue on Thursday. Garcia, Trinity Cossette and Alycia Coats each had two hits in the loss.
Reed (10-12, 6-4) plays at Hug tomorrow and at Douglas twice Saturday.