The Raiders potential playoff seeding took a hit last week after they took losses in all three games they played. Reed entered the week winners of six straight before dropping conference games to Reno, Galena and McQueen.
The Huskies downed the Raiders 8-1 last Tuesday after striking for four runs in the second and third innings in a game that saw Reed register just five hits.
On Thursday, Preston Brook went 5-for-5 at the plate with a home run and two RBIs, but the senior also let up seven earned runs in the first inning on the mound in a 12-7 loss to Galena. Reed tallied 19 hits in the loss including three each by Dylan Husted, Scott Cameron and Isaac Tecson.
Tecson and Trae DeLeon had a triple each on Saturday at home but Reed had just one other hit in a 6-2 home loss to McQueen.
The Raiders (14-13, 8-8) are in sixth place in the 4A Northern Division with a pair of games left in the regular season with Spanish Springs today and tomorrow.
The Spanish Springs High baseball team is still in the hunt for the top spot in the upcoming regional playoffs with just two games to go.
The Cougs won two of three games last week to improve to 18-5 overall and 12-4 in league play. They topped Carson 16-4 last Tuesday before taking an 18-1 loss to Bishop Manogue on Thursday and bouncing back to win 4-2 at Damonte Ranch Saturday.
With just two games left against Reed, today and tomorrow, the Cougs sit in third place in the 4A Northern Division with Reno and Galena tied for first at 13-3.
The eight-team 4A playoffs begin next week on Tuesday where the higher seeds will host the first round of the double-elimination tournament. The regional playoffs will conclude Thursday through Saturday at Peccole Park on the campus of the University of Nevada.