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Colts News: June 9-June 15 2014

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Published: June 24, 2014

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The Arvada Colts wrap up a big second week. The Colt’s went up against a teamfrom Northern California and won the first game 4-2, at Arvada West High School, on the back of Enrique Zamora who gave up his first two runs of the season. But in the seventh things got a little hairy. The Warriors put two runs on the board with a line drive to center field, and a hard ground ball, which drove the runner home. But then comes the bottom of the seventh. First batter is struck out. Next batter, Heeke, singles to center field. Then Matt Hopp hits another single into left field. Then comes the man of the hour, Cole Grey. On strike two Cole swings and hits a double off the right field wall, which is curved bricks and the ricochet is just outrageous. So because of that Cole drives in two runs to win the game in the seventh.

The next game was played at Long Lake Ranch. The Colts won 6-1. The pitcher of the game for Arvada was Kyle Tinius, who threw an absolute gem. Kyle went 6 IP, 0 ER, 1 BB, and 7 strikeouts. With those types of numbers you can tell that he was on point. With the batting stats Austin Obanion hit yet another homerun and is settling very nicely into the three slot in the line-up.

After sweeping the California Warriors the Colts settled back to focusing on in state teams. The next team on the Colts list was the Denver Cougars. It was a very close game until the sixth when the bats came alive driving in six runs. It all started off by Aranada hitting a single into center field. Up comes Grey and hits another single but is called an error instead. Next batter was Keifer, and he reaches on a fielder’s choice. Next up was Jake Adams, and he hits a bomb toward right field bringing the score from 6 to 8. After that monster hit the Colts end up driving in 3 more runs bringing the score to 11-4. And stayed that way all the way to the end.

The next game there isn’t that much to say about. The Colts won 20-0 against Team Colorado in the first game of the double-header. The first star of the rout was Humberto Aranda who hit 2 homeruns and 5 RBI’s. But you would think with 20 runs the Colts would have 21, or 25 hits. No, they had 13 hits. The Colts were hit by a pitch 5 times and were walked 5 times. And you probably would’ve guessed who pitched. That’s right, Enrique Zamora. He is the second star because once again he allowed 0 runs, 1 walk and 0 hits with 4 IP. Yes he had a no-hitter. But could the Colts retain that…yes. In for relief was Trent Maloney. Yes he is mostly an infielder but he has a rocket for an arm. In only an inning he struck out 2 and walked 1 and allowed 0 hits to retain the no-hitter status that Zamora started.

The second game of the double-header against Team Colorado was a very different story. The final score was the Colts winning 6-4. So in Colts fashion they jump out to an early lead 6-2 in the first three innings. But then came the fifth when Team Colorado scored two more runs bringing the score to 6-4. With all that said, with all the late game, nail biter, the Colts step up and finished the game. The big stat of the game was the Colts pitchers had 16 strikeouts.

The last game of the week was a stunner. The game was against the Denver Cougars. The Colts jump out with an early 1-0 lead in the second inning. Then came the fourth, where the cougars put up two runs. Then was the Colts turn to get some runs back. They score 6 runs in the bottom of the fourth. Then the Cougars get one run back in the top of the fifth putting the score to 7-3. Then things turned way around. The Cougars were up in the top of sixth and they put up four runs to tie the game. But you’re thinking the Colts have two more chances to put up a score. Well they put up 0 in the bottom of the sixth. Then something very unusual happens. The Cougars were getting ready to try and get runs, but there was one problem. The automatic on/off lights on the field turn off. So the game ends in a 7-7 game in the top of the seventh. But all is well because both teams have to play that one inning.

To wrap this whole week up you’d need lots of wrapping paper and a huge bow because the amount of things that went on just can’t fit into a single present. But sometimes that’s a good thing because you get 20-0 no-hitters, and games that end in total darkness. So you get a variation of presents that isn’t that bad.


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