Class 4A State Baseball Live Blog – Coronado vs. Reno
May 17, 2012 - 5:55 pm
Northern Nevada schools decided to remain in Class 5A, the top classification, for all eight high school spring sports at a meeting Tuesday.
Foothill sophomore second baseman Thayne Watson drove in the go-ahead run in the Falcons’ 3-2 win over Shadow Ridge in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship game.
Bishop Gorman used a six-run second inning to put away Desert Oasis in Saturday’s Class 5A state championship game in Reno to claim its first state title since 2015.
The Foothill baseball team defeated Shadow Ridge to win the Class 4A state title Saturday at the College of Southern Nevada.
Shadow Ridge defeated Durango in an elimination game in the Class 4A state baseball tournament and will face Foothill for the title Saturday.
The Bishop Gorman baseball team advanced to Saturday’s Class 5A state title game in Reno. The Gaels will play Desert Oasis, which won an elimination game late Friday.
Desert Oasis shut down Northern champion Bishop Manogue, and Bishop Gorman handled Damonte Ranch in the opening round of the Class 5A state baseball tournament.
Foothill defeated defending Class 4A state baseball champion Shadow Ridge to clinch a spot in the 4A title game, and Silverado and Durango stayed alive.
In the first year of Chris Sheff’s second stint as the Bishop Gorman baseball coach, the Gaels enter Thursday’s Class 5A state tournament as the favorite to win the title.
Bishop Gorman senior outfielder Billy Scaldeferri was 6-for-13 with seven RBIs and three home runs in the Gaels’ four playoff wins last week.