WOODS CROSS – The Davis Darts finished a three-game sweep last week after beating Weber 13-2 last Thursday.
Bountiful’s 8-0 win over Woods Cross last Wednesday was the Braves’ seventh straight and sixth shutout in the last seven games. The Braves also beat Highland Monday afternoon, 3-0.
After its loss to Bountiful, Woods Cross rebounded by picking up a 5-0 win over Judge Memorial last Thursday.
Darts sweep Warriors, win fifth straight game
The Davis Darts picked up its fifth straight win after beating the Weber Warriors 13-2 last Thursday, completing the three-game sweep in the process.
The Darts out scored the Warriors 36-10 over the three-game span, and scored at least 11 runs in each game of the series.
In the series finale, Davis used a five-run top of the third inning to turn a two-run lead into a seven- run lead. Weber scored single runs in the third and fourth innings, but Davis countered with three runs in the sixth and seventh inning to get the win and complete the sweep.
Connor Blaisdell did it all for Davis, picking up the win on the mound and hitting a home run at the plate. Dom Fuller and Jake Adams also hit home runs and Ladd King hit a triple.
Bountiful wins first game against Woods Cross, beats Highland Monday
The Bountiful Braves scored three runs in the first inning against Woods Cross to gain an early advantage, and Parker DePasquale had a solid outing on the mound as the Braves beat the Wildcats 8-0 last Thursday.
DePasquale pitched a complete game shutout, allowing only four hits to the Woods Cross lineup.
DePasquale and Ryan Stringfellow combined to drive in five of Bountiful’s eight runs.
On Monday the Braves shutout Highland at home, 3-0. Tanner Redding picked up the win on the mound and Andrew Naegle, Masen Jones and Ryan Curtis each hit a double.
Highland was held to three hits.
Woods Cross beats Judge Memorial Thursday, East Monday
The Wildcats rebounded quickly from its loss to Bountiful last Wednesday by shutting out Judge Memorial 5-0 Thursday and East 10-0 on Monday.
In last Thursday’s game, Josh Cowley got the win on the mound and hit a home run at the plate for the Wildcats. Shaden Fisher hit a double.
Woods Cross scored three of its five runs in the second inning, powered by Fisher’s two-run blast.
Monday’s game saw the Wildcats score early and often, crossing the plate at least once in the first five innings en route to a 10-0 win. Jordan Lewis got the win on the mound, holding East to a single hit and striking out 10 Leopards batters.
Woods Cross has won five of its last seven games dating back to March 24.
Games this week
Viewmont returned to action this week and will finish its series with the Syracuse Titans Friday at home.
Bountiful and Woods Cross will be home for Region 6 action against Cyprus and Judge Memorial, respectively.
All games start at 3:30 p.m.
Editor’s note: scores and statistics were provided by the local teams.