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April 14 Softball Linescores

Arbor View 12, Cheyenne 2
Cheyenne            101    000      –2      3    1
Arbor View          311    115    –12    16    1

Holly and Le. Galindo; Jones and Venable. W–Jones. L–Holly. 2B–AV: Anderson. 3B–AV: Diaz. HR–AV: Venable.

Basic 2, Foothill 1
Foothill     000    000    10    –1    4    1
Basic        000    100    01    –2    4    0

Medrano and Austin; Romo and Feher. W–Romo. L–Medrano. 2B–FH: Balaun, Ishikawa; Bas: Romo. HR–FH: Medrano.
 
Bonanza 8, Bishop Gorman 5
Gorman        102    020    0    –5      7    3
Bonanza       051    002    x    –8    11    1

Aguirre and Franco; H. Teed, C. Spencer (7) and Desjardins, B. Spencer (7). W–H. Teed. L–Aguirre. Sv–C. Spencer. 2B–BG: Franco; Bon: Osborn. 3B– Bon: A. Teed, Gordy-Prescott.
 
Boulder City 7, Needles (Calif.) 2
Needles          100    100    0    –2    5    0
Boulder City  002    050    x    –7    9    1

Chandler and Bailey; Koopman and Fleming. W–Koopman. L–Chandler. 2B–BC: Rants.

Centennial 26, Mojave 6
Centennial     257    93    –26     28    4
Mojave            000    51      –6       5    6

Lee and J. Brown; Barraza and Wilson. W–Lee. L–Barraza. 2B–Cen: Golia, Lee 2, Noa, J. Brown, S. Brown. 3B–Cen: Golia. HR–Cen: Lee, J. Brown.
 
Cimarron-Memorial 11, Legacy 8
Cimarron    530    100    2    –11    16    2
Legacy        003    102    2      –8    12    0

Sheehan and Murphy; Cochran, S. Pico (2) and Rand. W–Sheehan. L–Cochran. 2B–Cim: Sheehan; Leg: S. Pico, Hanson. 3B–Cim: Thomas, Bishop, White. HR–Cim: Williams.
 
Clark 11, Sierra Vista 1
Sierra Vista  100    00    –1       3     1
Clark              245    0x    –11    11    2

Capparelli, Krumme (4) and Gonzalez; Dawson and Thornock. W–Dawson. L–Capparelli. 2B–Cla: Fukuda, Dawson, Horn. 3B–Cla: Jaehn. HR–SV: Aleman;  Cla: Chapman.
 
Coronado 13, Tech 0
Tech              000    00     –0      1    1
Coronado    634    0x    –13    13    4

Roark, Tribett (3) and Wright; Amato, Neiman (4) and Choltko. W–Amato. L–Roark. 3B–Cor: Choltko. HR–Cor: Moriarty 2, Cochran.

Desert Oasis 9, Spring Valley 8
Spring Valley        112    300    1    –8    10    2
Desert Oasis        200    010    6    –9    12    2

Schleiker and Perri; Hughes, Cram (2), Hughes (4) and Heinz. W–Hughes. L–Schleiker. 2B–SV: Wilson, Campo; DO: Heinz. 3B–SV: Perri.

Durango 22, Western 3
Durango            554    35    –22    10    2
Western            030    00      –3       2    8

Hall, Short (4) and Sandoval; McNair, El. Reynaldo (3) and Kizer. W–Hall. L–McNair.
 
Green Valley 9, Del Sol 1
Del Sol             000    010    0    –1    3    6
Green Valley  004    113    x    –9    9    1

Belin and Gonzalez; Aughney and Anderson. W–Aughney. L–Belin. 2B–DS: Belin; GV: Cappuccilli, C. Smith. 3B–DS: Torres. HR–GV: Bodnar.

Henderson Int’l 9, Pahranagat Valley 3
Henderson Int’l     200    212    2    –9    10    2
Pahranagat           101    001    0    –3      5    3

Chapman, Harrison (4) and Short; A. Canning and Higbee. W–Chapman. L–A. Canning. 2B–HI: Mushkin; PV: A. Canning 2. 3B–HI: Harrison. HR–HI: Harrison.

Lake Mead 11, The Meadows 1
Meadows            100    00      –1    3    9
Lake Mead         124    31    –11    9    4

Barrashy and Marica; Freund and Wellman. W–Freund. L–Barrashy. HR–LM: Freund.
 
Liberty 10, Silverado 2
Liberty        370    000    0    –10    7    3
Silverado    001    000    1      –2    8    7

English and Cooper; Devlin and Thielges. W–English. L–Cooper. HR–Lib: English.
 
Shadow Ridge 6, Palo Verde 0
Palo Verde          000    000    0    –0    3    2
Shadow Ridge    010    005    x    –6    8    1

McCormick and Stratton; Aker, Harmon (3) and Jordan. W–Harmon. L–McCormick. 2B–SR: Bohm, Huddleston, Eldridge.

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