Piedra Vista picked up its second win while Farmington High split a pair of games at the Coach Bob Invitational.

The Panthers defeated Tualatin, Ore. 7-1 on Thursday in Phoenix.

"We played harder than we have played in any game this year," said PV head coach Mike McGaha.

Ian Doughty pitched a complete game for the Panthers, walking just one Tualatin hitter while striking out eight.

"He had full command of all three pitches," McGaha said.

Doughty also swung the bat well, going 2-for-3 at the plate.

Dillan Vigil also went 2-for-3, and Jeremy Johnson went 2-for-4 for the Panthers.

PV (10-2) will play Valley Vista, Ariz. today in its next tournament game with Kody Russell getting his second start of the season for the Panthers.

"I like where we are at, and I hope we can carry it over," McGaha said.

Farmington High split its two games on Thursday, defeating Canby, Ore. 7-3, then dropping an 8-inning decision to Bonneville, Idaho 3-2.

Beamer Wick picked up the win for the Scorps (7-6) against Canby after giving up two runs in six innings.

Austin Davis went 3-for-4 with two RBIs to spark the FHS offense in the victory.

In the loss to Bonneville, Matt Huffhines went 2-for-3 from the plate, but the rest of the FHS lineup could only muster four hits.

Senior Ethan Graff went five innings and gave up two runs in his first start since his freshman year.

Brandon Padilla took the loss in relief, throwing one-third of an inning and went 1-for-3 with an RBI at the plate.


Timely hitting continues to be an issue for the Scorps after leaving 11 runners stranded on base in each game.

"We've just had some bad plate appearances," said FHS head coach Sean Trotter. "We're trying to do too much and just need to take what's given. We're taking some big swings on bad pitches."

The Scorps return to the diamond today against Hood River, Ore., with Davis getting the start.

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