A masterful pitching performance from Preston Snavely powered the Fort Collins High School baseball team to a 1-0 win at Grand Junction on Friday.
The senior, a Wichita State signee, threw a complete game shutout. Snavely allowed just three hits and struck out seven in seven innings without allowing a walk.
Nathan Dill had the only RBI on the day, a sac fly, as Fort Collins moved to 3-1.
WINDSOR 12, MEAD 2 — Tyler Shubert had two doubles and four RBIs as the Wizards (4-2) won in five innings in a game shortened by the 10-run mercy rule. Mitchell Watson went 4-4 with two doubles and a solo home run. Jake Greenwalt went 2-3 with a double and allowed just three hits on the mound, striking out seven in five innings.
POUDRE 6, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 1 — The Impalas won all four doubles matches and two of three singles to win at home. Alessia Fabiano and Koy Ecton won in straight sets in singles play for the Impalas. Emily Kenney and Mimi Mijiddorj won in straight sets at No. 2 doubles, Abbot Hoeven and Rebecca Kirby won in straight sets at No. 3 doubles and Asmitha Jha and Jillian Jesser won in straight sets at No. 4 doubles. At No. 1 doubles Anna Hoffman and Olivia Thero won a three-set match for Poudre.
Rocky Mountain’s lone win came at No. 1 singles in a straight-set win by Sydney White.
FOSSIL RIDGE 7, RALSTON VALLEY 0 — Shawnea Pagat, Tara Teslow and Bailey Koronich all won in straight sets in singles for the SaberCats in the road win.
SPRING SHOOTOUT — Windsor won the Spring Shootout at Windsor with 24 points. Berthoud was second at 20, Sterling was third at 14 and Bear Creek was fourth with 12 points.
The Wizards won championships at five of seven positions. Amanda Ward took first at No. 1 singles, and Angela DeSimone was first at No. 2 singles.
At No. 1 doubles, Windsor’s Maria D’Rosario and Taylor Pankewicz took first. Maddie Pigg and Aly Kerr were first at No. 2 doubles, and Sam Wiest and Payton Mann were first at No. 3 doubles.
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