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Badgers Trifector Sweep Of Shadow Mountain

06 March 2020  

PHS Sports Roundup

Varsity Softball

The Prescott Badgers got a gem in their home opener behind.  Makayla Reyes, struck out 13 while throwing a complete game shutout, in the 7-0 win over the Shadow Mountain Matadors. 

Prescott broke the scoreless tie in the bottom of the third when Dana Seavey hit a double to left scoring a pair. A wild pitch and error led to two more Badger runs, and a 4-0 lead.

Dana Seavey said, "I was just looking for something to drive and got a pitch to hit. We hit the ball well today and Makayla pitched great for us."

When asked about the big 28 run performance at Tempe on Tuesday, Seavey said,"That was a fun game and I felt to helped us bond as a team."

Danner Cozens sliced a double into the right field corner scoring two and 6-0 lead. Elle Long doubled just inside the first base bag scoring Cozens ending the scoring for the day.

Prescott coach Randall Bryan said, "I felt that once we got a few runs for Makayla she was more comfortable out there. She did such a great job."

The Badgers (4-2) will travel tomorrow to face Saguaro in Scottsdale at 4pm. Shadow Mountain dropped to (3-3).


Innings -                123  456  7  -  R   H   E

Shadow Mountain  000  000 0  -  0    2   3   
Prescott                  004  300  x -  7    7   1


Makayla Reyes had an outstanding performance in the circle for the Badgers.

Varsity Baseball

The Prescott Badgers won their second game at home this week, with a 10-2 win over visiting Shadow Mountain.

The Matadors took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first after the runner who scored reached on an error.

Trailing 1-0 in the bottom of the fourth, the Badgers scored two to take the lead when Luke Fredrick and Colby Macbeth scored after Fredrick doubled, Macbeth singled, and a Matador error on a ball hit by Elvis Hauptman.

Prescott added four more in the fifth. Rhett Pearce, who made a highlight real diving catch in right field to end the top of the fifth was hit by a pitch. Pearce then stole second and scored on a solid single to left by Jacob Police. Police, also stole second, and went to third on wild pitch. Kody Schwartz singled in Police and it as 4-1. Schwartz then stole second as well. Luke Fredrick walked, both stole bases to get to second and third, setting up a two out two RBI single Elvis Hauptman for a 6-1 Badger lead.

Prescott added four more in the sixth after giving up a run in the top of the inning.

Starting pitcher Korey Schwartz who went 6 innings in picking up the win said, "It took me a bit to get comfortable but once I got there then it was good. I never really concern myself about the lack of scoring early, because I know at some point we will start hitting."

Badger coach Kent Winslow said, "Their pitcher did a good job of keeping us off balance for a bit, but once we figured him out, then we started to make some things happen. We have a lot if speed on this team and I love to use it as much as possible."

Prescott (3-3) will host Saguaro today at 3pm, before hitting the road during spring break.


Innings -                123  456  7  -  R   H    E

Shadow Mountain 100  001  0  -  2    6    1
Prescott                 000  244  x  - 10  13   3

WP: K. Schwartz

LP:  Wren

Korey Schwartz 

Boys Tennis

Prescott beat Shadow Mountain 8-1 on Thursday afternoon to even their record at (1-1), after a 5-4 loss last Saturday at Casteel. The Badgers will not play again till they travel to McClintock on March 18.


Ron Williams

Ron Williams is the advisor, broadcaster, and sportswriter for the BBN, Badger Broadcasting Network. The BBN is a community club for high school students enrolled in the Prescott Unified School District.