HS Roundup: March 25th & 26th

Brett Thorney
State Scouting Director

Welcome to the Arizona Daily Roundup. 

Baseball season is finally here. As of Friday, March 12th, the AIA high school baseball season is officially off and running. Throughout the spring, PBR will be posting Daily Roundup with some scores and select performances from past games. 

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March 25th & 26th

Thursday, March 25th      
No. 15 Tucson 12 Cholla 0
No. 19 Canyon Del Oro 12 Sahuarita 1
Friday, March 26th      
No. 1 Hamilton 4 San Luis 3
No. 2 Red Mountain 1 No. 6 Corona Del Sol 2
No. 4 Sandra Day O'Connor 5 No. 3 Liberty 4
No. 5 Nogales 2 No. 19 Canyon Del Oro 4
No. 20 Pinnacle 1 No. 7 Mountain Ridge 7
No. 13 Basha 2 No. 8 Brophy Prep 4
Cactus Shadows 8 No. 9 Desert Mountain 10
Cactus Shadows 9 No. 9 Desert Mountain 14
No. 10 Chaparral 3 Boulder Creek 0
Arcadia 0 No. 12 Horizon 20
No. 14 Mountain Pointe 3 No. 22 Mountain View 0
No. 15 Tucson 18 Maricopa 1
No. 16 Salpointe Catholic 14 Catalina Foothills 3
No. 17 Notre Dame Prep 2 Seton Catholic 3
Maricopa 0 No. 18 Queen Creek 5
Combs 0 No. 21 Poston Butte 3
No. 23 Alhambra 12 Trevore G. Browne 0

Corona Del Sol bounces back with big win vs Red Mountain

Corona Del Sol came a way with 2-1 win versus a strong Red Mountain team on Friday. In the game, they received some strong starting pitching from 2021 LHP Wyatt Bauer who went 6.1 innings while only allowing 1 earned run. Quade Swearingen (Central AZ recurit) scored two runs for the Aztecs which was enough to secure the victory. Red Mountain pitchers, Mason Kelley (Arizona commit) & Brandon Koble (Arizona State commit) did their best to keep the scoring to a minimum, only allowing 2 earned runs. 

Desert Mountain walks off Cactus Shadows in Game 1 of double header

With 25 hits total in the first game of doubleheader, there was plenty of offense to go around in this one. There were 9 total players with multi-hit games in the contest. The game ultimately went into extra innings where Cactus Shadows put a run across the board in the top of 8th inning. Down by 1, Desert Mountain answered by putting a run across the board to tie the game on single by John Beasley, scoring Horowitz. Then 2021 SS Wes Kath (Arizona State recruit) who had a double & HR earlier came up to bat with a runner on. They couldn't walk him as that would put the winning run in scoring position. On a 2-2 count, Kath drove a hard line drive over the LCF fence for the game winner, Wolves win by a score of 10-8. 

Seton Catholic scores 2 runs in bottom of the 7th for walk-off. 

Notre Dame Prep found themselves ahead for most the game after scoring a run in the top of the 1st inning. 2021 LHP Max Zdimal (Princeton recruit) started on the mound for the Saints and threw 5 shutout innings, striking out 8 batters while only surrendering one hit. On the other side, 2023 RHP Charles Heil (Army commit) started for Seton Catholic, pitching a solid game himself, allowing one earned run on 3 hits and 2 walks, striking out 5 batters. Both sides went to the bullpen after 5 innings. After a leadoff walk in the bottom of the 7th, 2021 SS Rocco Gump hit a triple to RF to tie the game. Junior, 3B Michael Williamson then hit a single to RF to score Gump for the walk off win, score 3-2. 

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