FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista and Farmington baseball teams each split doubleheaders on Saturday.

The Panthers (3-1) played a pair of pitchers' duals against Volcano Vista, winning the opener 1-0 in 10 innings before dropping the second game 1-0 in Albuquerque.

Zach Ahlgrim drove in the only PV run in the 10th inning with a double to score Matt Martin from third base.

Martin drew a walk, then reached third following a Hawks' throwing error.

Gunner Archuleta struck out nine Hawks in eight shutout innings. The PV ace allowed just four hits in the outing.

Tanner Goodwin threw one and two-third innings in relief to get the win.

"They are overachieving on the mound right now and underachieving at the plate," PV head coach Mike McGaha said.

In the second game, Phillip Archuleta took the loss in his first start of the season after allowing one run on three hits in three innings.

The Scorpions (1-3) dropped their opener to Valencia 6-2 before winning the second game 5-0 at Ricketts Park.

FHS allowed four runs in the first inning to the Jaguars and weren't able to recover.

Beamer Wick took the loss in the opener, but Scorpions' head coach Sean Trotter said his starter settled in and pitched well after a rough first inning.

Chris Moore pitched five shut out innings in the second game for FHS, allowing just one hit in the victory.

Trotter said the bats warmed up as well at the top of the lineup with Wick, Moore and Lance Lee each recording a pair of hits.

Both teams will play in the FHS Invite, along with Aztec, beginning Thursday at Ricketts Park.

The Scorpions will play four games in two days in the seven-team bracket after one team dropped out of the tournament.

"I'm just worried about our pitching when we play that many games in two days," Trotter said.

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