Garrett Hammond pitched three innings and got the victory for Windsor on Monday, as the Wizards went on the road to beat Mead, 5-4.
Hammond, a junior, came in to pitch in the fifth inning with the score locked at 4-4 and struck out five batters while only allowing three hits.
Brandon Deering, Tyler Shubert, Mitchell Winner and David Watson all picked up two hits for Windsor (7-3 4-1 Tri-Valley).
The Wizards will next play at Berthoud on April 9 at 4 p.m.
DENVER EAST 6, POUDRE 1–The Poudre girls tennis team lost Monday in it’s road match at Denver East.
The Impalas’ one point game from Lauren Petersen in the No. 3 singles, defeating East’s Alley Beyer, 7-5, 6-1.
“I am proud of how the girls battled and kept a fighting spirit against a top-ranked team,” Poudre coach Laura Ecton said. “My hope is that they reflect and take what they learned and apply it in their next match.”
Poudre falls to 3-1 overall with the loss.