No. 1 Montrose slips by the ‘scary’ DHS baseball side

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No. 1 Montrose slips by the ‘scary’ DHS baseball side

Indians pour it on the Demons in a poor 4th inning Friday at home
Riley Jaye was 0-for-3 at the plate Friday for Durango High School, but he walked two times and drove in a run on one of those walks in the Demons’ 12-9 loss to No. 1 Montrose on Friday at home.
After a decisive and disastrous top of the fourth inning for Demons catcher Isiah Mayberry and the Durango Demons that produced nine runs for No. 1 Montrose, Mayberry salvaged a modicum of revenge with a two-run home run in the bottom half of the inning.
Durango High School’s Hayden Sill tried to make a quick throw to first base in the top of the fourth inning but overthrew Dayne Rowley, allowing Montrose’s Jake Bradburn to reach safely.
Montrose courtesy runner Donovan Kattner nearly got caught leaning too far toward second base Friday, but he narrowly dived safely back into first base behind the sweep-tag attempt of DHS first baseman Dayne Rowley, who received the throw from catcher Isiah Mayberry.
Dayne Rowley rounded third base and scored on a Jeremy Szura single in the top of the second inning. Rowley struck out during his plate appearance but reached first base safely on a dropped third strike.

No. 1 Montrose slips by the ‘scary’ DHS baseball side

Riley Jaye was 0-for-3 at the plate Friday for Durango High School, but he walked two times and drove in a run on one of those walks in the Demons’ 12-9 loss to No. 1 Montrose on Friday at home.
After a decisive and disastrous top of the fourth inning for Demons catcher Isiah Mayberry and the Durango Demons that produced nine runs for No. 1 Montrose, Mayberry salvaged a modicum of revenge with a two-run home run in the bottom half of the inning.
Durango High School’s Hayden Sill tried to make a quick throw to first base in the top of the fourth inning but overthrew Dayne Rowley, allowing Montrose’s Jake Bradburn to reach safely.
Montrose courtesy runner Donovan Kattner nearly got caught leaning too far toward second base Friday, but he narrowly dived safely back into first base behind the sweep-tag attempt of DHS first baseman Dayne Rowley, who received the throw from catcher Isiah Mayberry.
Dayne Rowley rounded third base and scored on a Jeremy Szura single in the top of the second inning. Rowley struck out during his plate appearance but reached first base safely on a dropped third strike.
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