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Green River baseball plays two home games


Green River baseball. Back row: Rad Hughes, Virgilo Mendoza, Dawson Anderson, Weston Hatfield, Trey Vetere, Axel Anquiano, Sam Corrigan, Preston Marshall, Front: Payton Romero, Kole Hunt, Jay Mendez and Manuel Rivera.

By Patsy Stoddard

Green River baseball begins in the heat of the summer. For 1A schools baseball is played in the fall due to not having enough students to field football teams in most cases. Green River baseball is always competitive in their ranks.
They hosted two games last week on Tuesday and Thursday. On Thursday the Valley Buffaloes came to town and defeated the Pirates. The Pirates started hitting early, but then stalled out as the Buffaloes came alive at the bats and didn’t look back. A seventh inning rally by the Pirates raised hopes but the home team couldn’t string together the hits to get the loaded bases across home plate. Final score was Pirates 4 and Buffaloes 12.
The Pirates opened the season with Tabiona where they suffered a loss 7-10. They traveled to Dugway for a game where they won 21-0. West Ridge came to Green River and the Pirates sent them home with a 15-0 loss and a 4-3 loss in a double header. Green River traveled to Price to play against Pinnacle where they lost a close game 5-6. The Pirates beat Tintic 9-6 and lost to Bryce Valley 16-5.
Diamond Ranch played in Green River this past Tuesday and the Pirates won 9-6.
The Pirates traveled to Bryce Valley on Wednesday where the score was 6-6 and ended in a tie. On Friday the Pirates beat Panguitch by a score of 8-5.

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