Navajo squared it’s baseball record at 12 wins and 12 losses yesterday. They swept #11 in Class B, Chattanooga, 11-1 and 7-3.
Ethan Taylor got the win on the mound in game one while yielding just three hits. “We just out hit them,” said head coach Weston Winters. “We had a good day at the plate and that always makes it easier to win.”
Curtis Goodson was 2-2 with three RBIs.
Nathan cross picked up the game two victory for Navajo. He put down seven Chatty hitters on strikes while allowing eight hits. Freshman, Holdyn Mandrell, came in to pick up the save.
Max Smith had a huge three run double in the third inning. Smith was 2-3 in the game with those 3 RBIs. Goodson also added a single and a double. On the day, Goodson showed up with a 4-5 effort at the plate.
Next up for Navajo is a first round match-up in the Hammon Tournament on Thursday. The games will be played at Sentinel in a pool play. Navajo will face Sentinel at 4:30 p.m. and Cheyenne-Reydon at 5:30 p.m.
Reach Brad Gilbert@482-1221 ext.2076