FARMINGTON — Piedra Vista and Farmington High closed out the Coach Bob National Invitational with losses.

The Panthers lost for the third time in the tournament, falling to South Medford High School from Medford, Ore., 4-2 on Saturday in Phoenix.

Wyatt Weaver threw a complete game for PV (10-6) in the loss, but the defense struggled behind him, and the Panther hitters never found a rhythm against the South Medford pitching staff.

PV allowed two runs in the first inning after a couple of walks and errors, but fought back to tie the game after scraping out a few runs on a bases-loaded walk and a passed ball.

South Medford scored twice more in the bottom of the sixth inning after a two-out error by PV to take the lead for good.

PV head coach Mike McGaha was disappointed by the errors his club committed throughout the week.

"We could have just as easily been 3-1 instead of coming back 1-3," McGaha said. "We've got to find somebody who will get hot with runners in scoring position with two outs, because we're not going to win many games only getting three to five hits."

Farmington High lost its final game of the tournament 7-0 to Fairview High School from Boulder, Colo.

Three Fairview pitchers threw a combined no-hitter against the Scorpions.

Chris Moore got the start for FHS (9-8) on the mound, but had to leave after the second inning with a thumb injury.

FHS head coach Sean Trotter said his team was "significantly overmatched" in the game.

The Scorps will continue their season on April 11 against Albuquerque Academy.

PV will play Carlsbad on Friday at Cleveland High School.

Joshua Perry covers sports for The Daily Times. He can be reached at 505-564-4577 and Follow him @jperrysuu on Twitter.