Piedra Vista picked up a pair of wins against Volcano Vista on Saturday in Albuquerque.

PV (11-1) won the opening game of the doubleheader 5-4 after trailing 4-0 scoring two in the sixth and three in the seventh for the comeback victory.

In game two, the Lady Panthers again fell behind, but used a four-run sixth inning to pull out a 5-2 win.

"These were two of the ugliest wins we've had," said PV head coach Kevin Werth. "They know they didn't play their best, but they should feel confident that they can come back and that will come in handy down the stretch."

The Lady Panthers will travel to California to open up the Michelle Carew Classic in Anaheim against El Toro, Calif., on Thursday.

Aztec 17, Bloomfield 7

Aztec 5, Onate 4

Aztec won a pair of games to close out the Rio Rancho tournament on Saturday.

The Lady Tigers (12-3) defeated Bloomfield 17-7 in their first game of the day then backed that up with a 5-4 victory over Onate.

"We had the girls come out and play well," said Aztec head coach Jose Santistevan. "We hit the ball hard and had a few home runs."

Aztec will be in action again next weekend at the Kirtland Central tournament when the Lady Tigers open with Shiprock.

Fairview, Colo. 5, Farmington 3

Farmington High fell in its final game of the Coach Bob Invitational 5-3 to Fairview, Colo., on Saturday in Phoenix.

Matt Huffhines went 3-for-4 at the plate with an RBI, but allowing four runs in four innings on the mound to take the loss for the Scorps.

"We probably played as poorly as we have this year," said FHS head coach Sean Trotter. "The energy and effort that we showed yesterday was nonexistent today. We have shown signs of being a pretty good ball club and really had a pretty week down here, but today was an exception."

The Scorps (8-7) will return to the diamond next Saturday with a doubleheader against Valencia.

Pinnacle, Ariz. 5, Piedra Vista 0

Piedra Vista closed out the Coach Bob Invitational with a 5-0 loss to Pinnacle, Ariz.

"They were a big fast and physical club," said PV head coach Mike McGaha. "We had our chances, leaving seven in scoring position, but didn't compete well at the plate."

Ian Doughty and Jeremy Johnson each had two hits for PV (10-4).

Matt Martin took the loss on the mound for the Panthers.\

McGaha is still looking for some consistency from his ball club.

"We didn't ever put it all together in any game," he said. "We pitched alright at times. We smashed the ball all over the yard on Friday, but played very poor defensively. We pitched lights out on Thursday, but didn't execute the short game at all."