BONANZA, Ore. – The Bonanza Antlers baseball and softball teams hosted Modoc in separate doubleheaders on Tuesday. After a 7-0 opening game victory, Bonanza baseball used a five-run second inning to separate from Modoc in the second game for a 13-4 win. The wins evened Bonanza’s record at 3-3. Senior catcher Adan Madera says the team is still trying to figure some things out.
Bonanza baseball senior catcher Adan Madera
Madera says senior pitcher Sean Angel is one of Bonanza’s best assests if the team is going to be successful this year. Angel says the league poses strong threats yet again this season.
Bonanza senior pitcher Sean Angel
In the opening softball game, Modoc ran away in the late innings for an 11-3 win. The Antlers fought back for a 16-14 game 2 win.
Under new head coach Randy Moss, Bonanza senior Brittinie Quinday says she’s seen improvement from the team in the early season.
Bonanza softball senior Brittinie Quinday
Junior pitcher Arianna McGee said her adjustments following Modoc’s big inning helped her finish strongly.
Bonanza junior pitcher Arianna McGee
McGee nailed a grand slam in the second game.
Bonanza softball opens league play Saturday at Chiloquin, while baseball heads to Gold Beach a week from Thursday.
Other Tuesday Scores
Henley 14, Sisters 2
- Henley’s Cody Dysktra had a double in the win for the Hornets. They’re now 2-1 and host Brookings-Harbor on Friday.
Lost River 5, Lakeview 4