James McCarty pitched the final five innings and held the Cougars to just one run on six hits and four walks, while Silverado (16-13) held onfor a 12-10 victory in an elimination game of the American Legion state baseball tournament.
Here is a list of every player that was selected to one of the Review-Journal’s 2017 spring all-state teams and is expected to return this upcoming season.
The Las Vegas Patriots defeated the Nevada A’s, 6-3, in an elimination game that was marred when tempers flared Tuesday night in the American Legion state baseball tournament at UNLV.
Chris Cortez found a groove early and never relinquished it, as he fired a seven-inning complete game to lead the Silverado Hawks to a 12-1 win over the Post 8 (Rancho) Rams.
The Southern Nevada Bengals, comprised of players from Bonanza, went 1-3 in their trip to the Connie Mack regional tournament, picking up a 2-0 victory against the Colton Nighthawks Burk on Thursday in their second game behind Diego Delgado’s shutout.
Centennial pitcher Kristopher Bow scattered six hits and struck out three over six innings to lead the Bulldogs to a 6-4 win over the A’s in the opening round of the American Legion state baseball tournament at UNLV.
Thanks to a five-run fifth inning Saturday night against the Silverado Hawks at UNLV’s Wilson Stadium, the Las Vegas Cougars opened the tournament with an 11-1 victory in seven innings.
Desert Oasis, or the Las Vegas Aces, as the team calls itself during the summer season, won the 2016 American Legion state title and has every intention of repeating when the tournament begins Saturday.
Here is the 2017 American Legion state tournament glance (gold division)