SOFTBALL

Aztec baseball, softball teams victorious again

The Daily Times staff
Aztec's Shantell Evans makes contact at the plate against Shiprock during Thursday's game at the Aztec Tiger Sports Complex.

FARMINGTON — Aztec’s baseball and softball teams broke out the bats to stay perfect in District 1-4A action.

The Lady Tigers handled business against Shiprock 17-2 and 17-0 in Thursday’s twin bill at the Aztec Tiger Sports Complex, while AHS baseball pulled away in the bottom of the fourth inning to crush Gallup 14-4 on Thursday.

Aztec softball (15-6, 6-0) has won 11 of its last 12 games, scoring 11-plus runs nine times during that stretch.

AHS baseball (16-5, 5-0) has won 13 of its last 14 overall and have also scored a combined 32 runs its last three games.

Aztec's Colton Sparks is welcomed back to the dugout after scoring a run against Gallup during Thursday's game at AHS.

Kirtland baseball tops Bloomfield

The Broncos scored five unanswered runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to win Thursday’s District 1-4A bout, 11-9, at KCHS.

Kirtland (11-5, 4-1) has scored 10-plus runs in three of its last five games. Bloomfield (10-11, 1-4) has lost eight of its last 10 games overall.

PV, Bloomfield softball teams drop road games

The Lady Panthers lost 17-0 Thursday at Rio Rancho, while the Lady Bobcats lost back-to-back games, 12-0 and 12-1, Thursday at Gallup.

PV (13-8, 2-2) was shut out by Rio Rancho for the second time this season.

Bloomfield (11-11, 2-4) has lost four straight games.

Shiprock baseball falls to Miyamura

The Chieftains trailed 8-1 after two innings and couldn’t recover, falling 13-4 at home on Thursday.

Shiprock (8-10, 1-4) has lost seven of its last nine games.