The Cedar Reds Baseball team picked up a big win at home on Senior Day as the bats came alive with the Reds picking up 13 hits on the afternoon, coupled with four Hurricane errors to walk away with a 11-4 win.

Koden Lunt started the game for the Reds and threw four dominant innings, while the Reds offense put up four early runs with an RBI single off the bat of Jaxon Burgess in the bottom of the second,  a run on a Tiger error in the third, and a 2-run single by senior Ridge Leader in the bottom of the 4th.

The Tigers rallied in the top of the 5th to tie the game at 4-4, putting up four quick runs off of Lunt.  Parker Johnson came in and got the Reds out of the inning, after the Tigers loaded the bases with only one out.

But the Reds bats came alive, scoring seven runs in the bottom half of the fifth.  The Reds took a 6-4 lead when Payton Ludlow lined a pitch to right field to give the Reds the lead for good. Cody Nash added a bases clearing double to put the Reds up 11-4. Nash came in relief of Johnson in the 6th and finished off the game on the mound.

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The Canyon View Falcons Baseball team came from behind to pick up a big region win, on the road versus a strong Juab squad by a narrow 3-2 score.

The Wasps jumped ahead with two runs in the home half of the third.  The Falcons responded with a 3-run sixth with Trenton Ludlow driving in one run, and Zach Maine driving in two.

Zac Millett went the distance for the Falcons, giving up just one hit in seven innings of work.

The same two teams meet for the rematch, in Cedar City on Thursday at 3p.

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