After a gap loss to Havre on Friday, the Cody Legion reeled off three consecutive victories on the Gallatin Valley Tournament over the weekend.
The Cubs then fell to Bitterroot Valley on Sunday to complete 3-2.
Cody misplaced 7-1 to Havre and fell down 2-0 via the primary two innings on Friday earlier than the Northstars scored three runs within the fifth and a run every within the sixth and seventh to get the win.
Trey Schroeder and Trey Thomasson completed with singles. Dominic Phillips added a triple.
“Havre was tough,” coach Bart Grenz stated. “They threw a really good arm at us. The guy had a really good down angle. We were able to hit some balls hard, but every time we hit a hard ball it seemed it was right at someone.”
The Cubs ran 4 pitchers out to the mound towards Havre.
Ben Reinker, William Duke, Austin Maxfield and Wyatt Carlson mixed to surrender 9 hits and 6 earned runs.
The Cubs had already fallen to Gallatin Valley earlier within the season at Jackson, however rebounded to take down the Outlaws in sport two on Saturday 9-5.
Cody led 2-1 heading into the fifth inning and broke unfastened for 4 runs within the high of the body.
After a triple by Trey Schroeder to guide off the fifth and a Jackson Schroeder stroll, Phillips doubled to attain these two.
Carlson adopted that up with a double to attain Phillips.
“Jackson Schroeder had another fine performance on the mound,” Grenz stated. “The relievers that followed him did a great job of holding the lead.”
Jackson Schroeder gave up three hits and two earned runs in 4 1/3 innings whereas hanging out seven.
Jayvin McAlmond gave up zeroes throughout the board in 1 1/3 innings and Thomasson tossed one inning of one-hit ball with no runs and hanging out one. Ty Peterson gave up three runs on two hits in 1/3 of an inning.
Eli Johnston completed 2-for-3 towards Gallatin Valley. Thomasson went 2-4 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI.
In sport two on Saturday, Cody jumped out to a 1-0 lead towards Lewiston within the third.
Reinker drove in Trey Schroeder on a sacrifice fly after he began off the inning with a single to proper.
Carlson singled in Trey Schroeder within the high of the fifth to make it 2-1 Cody.
Phillips drew 4 consecutive balls within the high of the sixth with the bases loaded to attain Thomasson.
Carlson took benefit of a Lewiston error within the high of the seventh for the ultimate 4-2 rating in a hard-fought win for the Cubs.
“It was good to see the guys stay positive and compete against Lewistown,” Grenz stated. “They always have a quality team.”
Duke tossed 4 strong innings within the win. He gave up 4 hits, one run and struck out one.
Thomasson threw one inning and gave up a success and three earned runs.
Maxfield bought the win with two innings pitched, giving up three hits and no runs whereas hanging out a batter.
In an early morning sport on Sunday towards Bitterroot Valley that noticed a number of climate delays, the Cubs bought up early 1-0 and had alternatives so as to add extra, however couldn’t fairly provide you with the well timed RBIs within the 9-1 loss.
“We were a little weary going into that last game on Sunday, and had a hard time getting up and getting things going,” Grenz stated. “We left quite a few guys on base trying to get that big hit to score runs. We are still waiting for that to come around consistently.”
The lengthy weekend towards a few of the high competitors was a great alternative to gauge the place this group remains to be early within the season, throwing a number of pitchers twice whereas conserving them on a low depend, and going up towards some arduous throwers on the plate.
“All of the kids have their bright spots,” Grenz stated. “We are just looking for more of that consistency.”
The Cubs are again at residence this week for Tuesday and Wednesday evening matchups.
On Tuesday, Cody hosts the Billings Blue Jays for a doubleheader beginning at 4 p.m., with sport two to comply with at 6 p.m.
Sheridan visits Cody on Wednesday, with first pitch in sport one scheduled for five p.m. and sport two to comply with at 7 p.m.