Prep Roundup: Dayton falls in baseball and wins in softball

DAYTON — Spring Creek snapped a 1-all tie with two in the third and three in the fourth en route to a 15-2 win over Dayton in a Northern 3A baseball game Friday.

The teams play an 11 a.m. doubleheader today, weather permitting.

“The final score was not indicative of the game,” Dayton coach Mike Burrows said. “Dylan (Baker) pitched well in windy conditions against one of the best offenses in the league. Our bullpen woes continued and they broke it up in the seventh (eight runs).”

Baker left trailing, 7-2, yielding three homers. Avery Nelson gave up five runs and five hits without retiring a batter, and Cole Purdy gave up three runs and three hits in one inning.

Dayton tied the game at 1 when Nick Hein walked and came around to score on a sacrifice fly. Spring Creek led off the third with back-to-back homers by Jon Jund and Sheldon Wilkinson. Dayton made it 3-2 when Trevor Burrows scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the third.

Jund made it 6-2 in the fourth when he crushed a three-run homer to left. Dayton threatened in the fifth, loading the bases with no outs. Hein lined into a double play, and Dayton failed to cut into the lead.

Jund doubled home a run in the sixth to make it 7-2, and the Spartans scored eight times in the seventh.

Trevor Burrows had two hits for Dayton while Jesse Schmidt, Zach Woitas and Justin Schmidt added one each.


Dayton girls grab win

DAYTON — The Dust Devils grabbed their first win of the season, scoring four in the fourth and six in the fifth en route to a 13-8 win over Spring Creek Friday afternoon.

The Dust Devils trailed 5-2, but took a 6-5 lead when it scored four times in the fourth, two on a double by Cassie Dickerson.

Spring Creek regained the lead with two in the top of the fifth, but Dayton came back with six in the fifth for a 12-7 lead. Julie Rogacs had a double and Marissa Hein hit a single. Dayton also took advantage of three walks.

Caleigh Onstott went 2-for-4 with three RBI, while Dickerson went 2-for-4.

“I’m really pleased with the way the girls are playing,” coach Dusti Houk said. “We didn’t win our first league game this early last season.”

Dayton continues the three-game series today at 11 a.m. with a double-header weather permitting.


Carson boys win meet

Led by Ben Granados, the Carson High boys won the Great Sierra Frosh-Soph title Thursday at the Jim Frank Track Complex.

Carson finished with 92 points, 22 ahead of Bishop Manogue. Douglas was third at 56 followed by Galena 45, Damonte 42 and Wooster 25. Damonte won the girls’ crown with 117 points followed by Douglas 53, Carson 50, Galena 39, Manogue 29 and Wooster 25.

Granados was second in the long jump with a PR of 19-2 and second in the 200 with a PR of 24.41. He was fourth in the 400 with a PR of 58.25 and fourth in the 100 at 11.95.

Chance Smith was third in the 200 with a PR of 24.72 and seventh in the 100 at 12.31. Cody Main won the 100 hurdles with a PR of 17.35, was ninth with a 51.35 in the 300 hurdles and eighth in the 400 with a PR of 60.35.

Shane Gentry was second in the 400 with a PR of 57.33 and was sixth in the 200 with a PR of 25.49.

Zach Sever was second in the 1600 with a PR of 5:07.37 and teamed with Alexander Pugh, Ethan Byasse and Trinity Medina on the 3200 relay team that won by 40 seconds. Brandon Copeland won the 300 hurdles in a 44.97, a PR, and he was third in the long jump with a PR of 18-6 1/2. Diego Lopez was second in the triple jump with a PR leap of 36-0 1/2 and Jakob Carlson was second in the pole vault at 9-feet. Alejandro Garcia was second in the 800 at 2:28.55.

Erica Basa had a big day for the CHS girls, winning the triple jump with a season-best 31-7 3/4, taking second in the 100 with a PR of 13.85 and taking eighth in the 200 at 29.74.

Freshman Annika Wick won the 400 with a PR of 65.33, was fourth in the 200 with a 28.71 and was eighth in the 100 (13.99) and long jump (12-5). Jaidyn Shepard was second in the 400 at 66.36, 10th in the 100 (14.21) and seventh in the 200 (PR of 29.45). The relay quartet of Kelly McCready, Olivia Singleton, Hailey Coe and Alyssa Lucas finished third in the 400 and 800 relay events. Lucas also was fourth in the high jump and third in the triple jump. Aadra Reed was second in the discus at 81-2.

• Weather permitting, the CHS varsity track squads travel to Fallon for the 45th annual Elks Invitational. The meet gets underway at 9 a.m.


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