67°F
weather icon Clear

March 15 Baseball Linescores

Agassi Prep 13, Baker (Calif.) 2
Agassi Prep    204    25    –   13   16    0
Baker               101    00    –     2     4    0
City, Mihith (4) and Ramirez, Lockhart (5); Battery unavailable. W–City. L–Unavailable. 2B–AP: Berrera 2, Blake. 3B–AP: Blake. HR–AP: Dixon, City.
Arbor View 3, Layton (Utah) 0
Arbor View    110    100    0    –    3    4    0
Layton           000    000    0    –    0    3    4
W. Burge, G. Gonzalez (7) and LaPointe; Greenhalgh and Cerea. W–W. Burge. L–Greenhalgh. Sv–Gonzalez. 3B–AV: McMahan
Basic 10, Cedar (Utah) 1
Cedar   001    000    0   –     1     4    0
Basic    002    017    x   –   10   10    0
Low, Esplin (6) and Weaver; York, McClean (3) and Ferdinand. W–McClean. L–Low. 2B–C: Lewis, Tripp; B: McLean. 3B–B: Mahoney, Robinson.
Bonanza 17, Highland (Calif.) 1
Highland    000    01    –     1     2    3
Bonanza    433    7x    –   17   14    1
Davis, Martinez (3) and Kindel; McKenna, Kern (5) and Cruz. W–McKenna. L–Davis. 2B–Bon: Al. Taft 2. 3B–Bon: Dunn. HR–Bon: Romero.

Chaparral 7, Mojave 5
Mojave         013    001    0    –    5   12    1
Chaparral    600    001    x    –    7     8    3
Smith and Tobin; Zendejas, Clark (5) and Moya. W–Zendejas. L–Smith. Sv–Clark. 2B–Moj: Goodrich; Chap: O’Connor, Crone. 3B–Chap: Moya.
Cimarron-Memorial 11, Las Vegas 5
Cimarron      026    300    0    –   11   15    4
Las Vegas    000    032    0    –     5     7    1
Quaney, Bahr (4), Yanchisin (6) and Hicks, Bixby (4); Gomez, Garcia (3) and Freimuth. W–Bahr. L–Gomez. 2B–CM: Hicks; LV: Sanchez. 3B–CM: Decolati.
Coronado 1, Green Valley 0
Coronado         010    000    0    –    1    7    1
Green Valley    000    000    0    –    0    3    0

Blanchard and Anderson; Jackson and Milner. W–Blanchard. L–Jackson. 2B–Cor: Brady.
Desert Pines 7, Canyon Springs 6
Canyon Springs    000    015    0    –    6    3    3
Desert Pines          221    200    x    –    7    8    2
Jones, Flores (5) and Hernandez; Corsey, Dabrowski (5), Cruz (6) and Tate. W–Corsey. L–Jones. Sv–Cruz.
Durango 10, Basic 3
Basic         002    001    0    –     3     6    2
Durango    100    702    x    –   10   14    4
Norte, Robinson (5) and Ferdinand; Carpenter, G. Williams (5), Hodges (7) and Cardenas. W–Carpenter. L–Norte. 2B–Dur: Melvin 2. 3B–Dur: Neighbors. HR–Dur: Parry.
Foothill 6, Silverado 1
Silverado    000    100    0    –    1     8    2
Foothill       004    020    x    –    6   13    1
Ahlin, Rush (6) and Taormina; Van Stone and Avery. W–Van Stone. L–Ahlin. 2B–FH: Lopez, Salay, Dobrolecki.
Liberty 13, Rancho 7
Liberty     204    403    –   13   14    2
Rancho    700    000    –     7     7    1
Bennett, Schnobrich (6) and Maurer; Verdugo, McLendon (4), Santiaguin (5) and Barnhart. W–Bennett. L–Verdugo 2B–Lib: Martz 2, McCollum, Bradford 2, Battistoni; Ran: Modler. HR–Lib: Pavlica.
Liberty (Calif.) 19, Lake Mead 0
Lake Mead    000    –     0     0    2
Liberty      (14)5x    –   19   10    0
Battery unavailable; Cortez and Wright. W–Cortez. 2B–Lib: Puskarich, Rossi. 3B–Lib: Medina. HR–Lib: Meadows, Sinnott.
Needles 8, Lincoln County 0
Lincoln Co.    000    000    0    –    0     4    3
Needles          102    032    x    –    8   11    3
W–Cisneros. 2B–Nee:Truscott, Cisneros.
Needles 18, Lincoln County 1
Lincoln Co.    100    00    –     1     2    4
Needles          880    2x    –   18   13    1

W–Truscott. 2B–Nee: Robinson, Cisneros. 3B– Nee: Truscott.
Pahrump Valley 10, Virgin Valley 0
Virgin Valley    000    00    –     0    2    3
Pahrump          212    05    –   10    8    1
Babcock and Killmer; England and Rivera. W–England. L–Babcock. 2B–PV: Alameda, England, Mortenson.
Pahrump Valley 7, The Meadows 1
Meadows    001    000    –    1    3    2
Pahrump     003    40x    –    7    8    0
Gordon and Neal; Uyeno and Rivera. W–Uyeno. L–Gordon. 2B–M: Neal; PV: Segura, Uyeno.
Palo Verde 9, Durango 4
Palo Verde    042    120    0    –    9   11    3
Durango       022    000    0    –    4     7    1
Lewis, Wolfram (4) and Nakamura, Schumacher (5); Knapp, B. Williams (4), Ramirez (7) and Levin. W–Wolfram. L–Knapp. 2B–PV: McKibbin, Spada; Dur: Lombardi. HR–PV: Fajardo.
Rancho 12, Centennial 11
Centennial    301    200    5    –    11     9    3
Rancho         254    100    x    –    12   14    3
Harbour, Allison (6) and Grant; Cruz, Suarez (1), Modler (7), McLendon (7) and Fitzpatrick. W–Suarez. L–Harbour. Sv–McLendon. 2B–Ran: Harrell, Fitzpatrick. 3B–Cen: Powell. HR–Ran: Allen.
Sierra Vista 4, Legacy 2
Legacy           000    200    0    –    2    7    6
Sierra Vista    020    020    x    –    4    2    1

Baumgarte and McCray; Kingham and White. W–Kingham. L–Baumgarte. 2B–Leg: McCray
Spring Valley 6, Western 2
Western            100    100    0    –    2    6    5
Spring Valley    002    040    x    –    6    7    1
Reyes and Garbowski; Endsley and Z. Drachler. W–Endsley. L–Reyes. 2B–SV: Mace. 3B–SV: D. Drachler.
 
Tech 13, Cheyenne 9
Tech             603    004    0    –   13    17    2
Cheyenne    143    010    0    –     9    14    3
Fitzgerald, Casas (3) and Camburn; Harvey, Reza (2), Sollero (5) and Sollero, Poole (5). W–Casas. L–Harvey. 2B–Tec: J. West 2, Casas, Birch; Ch: Hallanback. 3B–Ch: Harvey. HR–Ch: Harvey.
Valley 7, Del Sol 1
Del Sol    100    000    0    –    1    4    4
Valley      005    002    x    –    7    9    2

Greer, Fraser (3), A. Natale (6) and S. Natale; Rocha and Alvarado. W–Rocha. L–Greer. 2B–Val: Rayos, Alvarado.
Virgin Valley 10, Mountain View 7
Mountain View    250    0    –     7    4    2
Virgin Valley        424    x    –   10    7    1

Locke, T. Van Kempen (3) and Iliev; Faught, Killmer (2) and Milligan. W–Killmer. L–Locke. 2B–MV: Locke. 3B–VV: Faught.
 

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
THE LATEST
 
2019 Best of Nevada Preps Awards — VIDEO

Find out the winners of the male and female athletes of the year, the coach and team of the year, winners of each sport’s athlete and coach of the year, and two special awards.

All-state teams to be announced in June

All-state teams in all eight spring sports will be released one per day, beginning on June 6 with boys golf.

Class 4A: Desert Oasis wins first state title

The Diamondbacks needed two games to get the job done, but they defeated Reno 9-1 in the decisive game Friday night at Las Vegas Ballpark.