FARMINGTON — Even after a blazing fast start, Piedra Vista’s bats didn’t drop their guard against Farmington in Saturday’s District 2-5A twin bill.
After a seven-run outburst led to a 7-3 Panthers win in Game 1, Carson Davis’ walk-off three-run double capped off a 12-11 comeback win for PV in Game 2.
The Panthers overcame a 10-2 deficit in the nightcap game to secure the sweep.
In Game 1, a triple by leadoff hitter Nate Swarts triggered PV’s seven-run barrage in the first inning. Matt Swarts and Davis both drive in a pair of runs soon after to put the game away.
Despite trailing 10-2 after three innings in Game 2, PV knocked in some deeper shots and gradually clawed back.
FHS led 11-9 with one out left in the bottom of the seventh, but PV managed to load the bases. From there, Davis crushed it and unloaded the bases.
PV (13-7, 3-1) will host Cherokee Trail, Colorado at 11 a.m. Friday, while FHS (12-7, 0-2) will entertain West Mesa at Noon next Saturday.
Piedra Vista left fielder hits game-winning 3-run double en route to 12-11 Game 2 win Saturday. PV overcame 10-2 deficit to sweep FHS in doubleheader. Farmington Daily Times
Aztec, KC now 3-0 in district
The Tigers hammered Shiprock 16-3 in Saturday’s District 1-4A baseball contest at AHS, while the Broncos topped Miyamura 7-1 Saturday’s at KCHS.
Aztec (14-5) has won 11 of its last 12 games, while Kirtland (10-4) has won seven of its last nine games overall.
The two sides will do battle for first place in district 4 p.m. Tuesday at Aztec.
Bobcats get first district win
BHS crushed Gallup 12-0 Saturday at John Gutierrez Field in Bloomfield.
The Bobcats (10-9, 1-2) will resume district play 3 p.m. Tuesday at Miyamura.