Summit High Sports Wrap-Up: Baseball notches three straight wins | SummitDaily.com

Summit High Sports Wrap-Up: Baseball notches three straight wins

Sebastian Foltz
sfoltz@summitdaily.com

The boys baseball team led the charge for the Tigers this week finding their first win and following it up with two more. The team went undefeated with a win at Jefferson followed by back-to-back wins in a Saturday double-header at Rifle. The Tigers won in convincing fashion at Jefferson 22-1 last Tuesday. Summit’s Luke Egging recorded the win. The Tigers combined pitching efforts held Jefferson to just three hits. Summit’s Jake Latta went five for five on the day with a triple. Latta was closely followed by Thomas DeBonville. The senior went four for five with a home run.

Egging had another strong outing pitching Saturday against Rifle. The Tigers topped the Bears 14-7 in the first game and 5-3 in the second. Summit’s Mitchell Gray pitched a complete game for the Tigers in the second game.

The wins bump the Tigers to 3-2 on the season, 2-2 in-conference.

The team will travel to Craig Tuesday for a game against Steamboat Springs.

Track: The boys and girls track and field team traveled to Fort Collins Saturday for the annual 4A/5A Runners Roost Invitational. The girls team finished 15th of 24 teams, while the boys finished 17 of 19. The 4×400 meter relay team led the way for the Tiger girls with a first-place finish. Summit’s Ruthie Boyd, Jessica Horii, Megan McDonnell and McKenna Ramsay finished in a combined 4 minutes 9.51 seconds.

Ramsay, McDonnell and Horrii also earned a third-place finish in the sprint medley relay, along with teammate Luda Kosmowski.

Boyd took sixth in the 1600 meter finishing in 5:39.46.

For the boys, Alex Veleta, Zach Johnson, Logan Ramsay and Ben Jorgenson combined for a sixth-place finish in the 4×400. They ran the course in 3:39.33.

After a week off, the team will travel back to Fort Collins for the Poudre Invite on Saturday, April 4.

Boys lacrosse: The boys lacrosse team split games last week with an 8-3 home win over Green Mountain and a 5-4 overtime loss at Thompson Valley. The split moved the Tigers to 2-3 on the season, 1-1 in-conference. The team will host a three-game homestand this week with games against Vail Mountain School Monday, Battle Mountain Wednesday and Clear Creek Friday.

Girls lacrosse: The Summit girls will host Battle Mountain this Thursday, March 26, at Tiger Stadium. The lady Tigers are currently 1-2 on the year.

Soccer: The struggles continued for the young Tiger girls soccer team. The team fell to undefeated Western Slope League leader Battle Mountain 4-0 on Tuesday, and 4-0 to Green Mountain Thursday. The losses drop the team to 0-6-1 on the season. They’ll try to turn things around when they host Eagle Valley this Tuesday, March 24.


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