The Vallivue Titans drop 8-3 game to Mountain View Toros despite efforts of Chase Barrera

Chase Barrera did all he could to give the Vallivue Titans a boost, but it wasn’t enough to get past Mountain View Toros, as the Vallivue Titans lost 8-3 in seven innings at Bend High School on Sunday.

The Vallivue Titans were led by a flawless day at the dish by Barrera, who went 2-2 against Mountain View Toros’ pitching. He doubled in the second and sixth innings.

Mcmorrow got it done on the bump on the way to a win. He allowed two runs over four innings. He struck out two, walked two and surrendered seven hits.

Mountain View Toros was sparked by Lamb and Francis, who teamed up for six hits and six RBIs.

Caleb Vernon was the game’s losing pitcher. He allowed six runs in 2 2/3 innings, walked one and struck out one.

The game was never in doubt after the third, as Mountain View Toros scored seven runs on two doubles, an error, and a two-run home run by Brown.

Two runs in the top of the fourth helped the Vallivue Titans close their deficit to 7-2. A solo home run by Tyler Laird and an RBI single by Emmet Hibbstriggered the Vallivue Titans’ comeback. Finally, Mcmorrow got Tanner Vogtto fly out to end the threat.

One run in the top of the sixth helped the Vallivue Titans close their deficit to 7-3. An RBI single by Hibbs sparked the Vallivue Titans’ rally. Kade Linder to end the Vallivue Titans threat.

Mountain View Toros scored one run of its own in the sixth. Mountain View Toros scored on an error

Vallivue Beats Cannons

 

The Vallivue Titans get 10 strikeouts from Tyler Laird, win 10-2 overCentennial Cannons

Tyler Laird hopes every outing could go as well as Sunday, as Laird struck out 10 batters to carry the Vallivue Titans to a 10-2 victory over Centennial Cannons in seven innings.

The Vallivue Titans beat Centennial Cannons thanks to 10 hits, including three extra base hits. The Vallivue Titans scored four runs in the sixth on the Vallivue Titans scored in the sixth on an RBI double by Cameron Sutton, a passed ball, and a two-run error.

The game was back-and-forth heading into the fifth, with five lead changes.

The Vallivue Titans finally managed to grab the lead after a strong fifth inning. The Vallivue Titans went up for good on a two-run triple by Gabe Childs offGabe Hooper, scoring Emmet Hibbs and Kade Linder.

The Vallivue Titans were sparked by Chase Barrera and Sutton, who teamed up for five hits and four RBIs.

Hooper took the loss for Centennial Cannons. He allowed eight runs in 5 1/3 innings, walked two and struck out five.

In the top of the second, the Vallivue Titans grabbed the early lead, 1-0. A triple by Barrera, scoring Sutton started the inning off.

The Vallivue Titans increased their lead with two runs in the seventh. Sutton started the inning with a single, plating Tanner Vogt. That was followed up by Barrera’s single, scoring Tobey Summers.

Vallivue beats outlaws

 

hands of the Vallivue Titans

The Vallivue Titans beat Outlaws on Saturday 12-3 in seven innings.

The game was back-and-forth heading into the second, with five lead changes.

The Vallivue Titans finally managed to grab the lead after a strong second inning. A sacrifice fly by Jacob Bowman scored Gabe Childs and gave the Vallivue Titans the lead for good.

The Vallivue Titans were led by a flawless day at the dish by Emmet Hibbs, who went 3-3 against Outlaws’ pitching. He tripled in the third inning and singled in the fourth and sixth innings.

Lane Lehman got the win for the Vallivue Titans. He allowed three runs over seven innings. Lehman struck out seven, walked three and gave up four hits.

Butenschoen ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He lasted just 1 1/3 innings, walked three, struck out one, and allowed four runs.

The Vallivue Titans jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first.Kaden Fondren got things going for the Vallivue Titans with a single. An error then moved Fondren from first to third.

Outlaws quickly matched the Vallivue Titans’ strong inning with a three-run inning of its own in the first. Outlaws scored on a wild pitch and a two-run single by Hennessy.

The second spelled defeat for Outlaws, as the Vallivue Titans grabbed the lead for good. More runners rounded the bases on two singles.

After posting two runs in the third, the Vallivue Titans again scored two in the sixth. In the third, the Vallivue Titans scored on an RBI triple by Hibbs, bringing home Chase Barrera.

The Vallivue Titans added four more runs in the top of the fourth. Barrera kicked things off with a double, scoring Tobey SummersTanner Vogtand Tyler Laird. That was followed up by Hibbs’ single, plating Barrera.

Bend game 2

 

Tobey Summers gives theVallivue Titans late push to beat Lake Oswego , 7-6

Tobey Summers drove in the go-ahead run to give the Vallivue Titans the lead in the eighth inning, as the Vallivue Titans hung on to beat Lake Oswego 7-6 on Friday.

With the score tied at six in the eighth inning, Summers came to the plate and.

It was a good day at the plate for the Vallivue Titans’ Summers. Summers went 2-3 and scored three runs.

Kaden Fondren got the win in relief for the Vallivue Titans. Fondren pitched three innings and allowed one run.

Andrew ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed seven runs in seven innings, walked four and struck out 10.

The bottom of the second saw the Vallivue Titans take an early lead, 4-0. Summers singled to ignite the Vallivue Titans’ offense, before Chase Barreradoubled, scoring Summers. The Vallivue Titans then tacked on more runs when Barrera and Sutton scored on a two-run single by Caulen Michaeland Michael scored on a walk by Gabe Childs.

Lake Oswego matched its one-run fifth inning with one more in the sixth. In the fifth, Lake Oswego scored on an RBI single by Dawson, bringing home Sam.

Bend 1st game

The Vallivue Titans make the most of 4 hits in 3-2 victory over the West Salem Titans

Both the Vallivue Titans and the West Salem Titans put runners aboard on Thursday, but it was the Vallivue Titans that were able to take advantage, pulling out a 3-2 win at Bend Oregon Wood Bat Tourney.
Tanner Woolsey’s nine strikeouts were enough to push the Vallivue Titans past the West Salem Titans. Tanner Woolsey allowed two earned runs, five hits and three walks over seven innings.
Johnson couldn’t get it done on the mound for the West Salem Titans, taking a loss. He lasted just six innings, walked three, struck out three, and allowed three runs.
Two runs gave the Vallivue Titans a leg up after neither team scored for most of the game. The Vallivue Titans got on the board thanks to an RBI double by Chase Barrera and an error.

Vallivue VS. Nampa

 

14-10

The bats were busy on Saturday, and when the dust cleared the Vallivue Titans had a 14-10 win over Nampa Chiefs in seven innings.

The teams banged out 30 hits hits between them, as well as 10 for extra bases.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to seven lead changes in the game.

The Vallivue Titans finally managed to grab the lead after a strong third inning. Scored Kaden Fondren and gave the Vallivue Titans the lead for good.

Tanner Vogt was solid at the plate for the Vallivue Titans. Tanner Vogt went 4-5, drove in one and scored two runs. He singled in the first, second, third, and sixth innings.

Lane Lehman recorded the win for the Vallivue Titans even though he allowed nine runs over four innings. Lehman struck out three, walked three and gave up nine hits.

The Vallivue Titans easily handled Nampa Chiefs pitching as seven hitters combined for 16 hits, 12 RBIs and 12 runs scored.

Mishou was the game’s losing pitcher. He lasted just two innings, walked two, struck out one, and allowed five runs.

Vallivue Titans closer Tobey Summersput away the final nine outs to record the save.

The top of the first saw Nampa Chiefs take an early lead, 2-0. Swainston started the rally for Nampa Chiefs with a double. A stolen base then moved Swainston from second to third. Nampa Chiefs pushed more runs across when Barraco scored on an RBI double by Vickers.

The Vallivue Titans scored four runs of their own in the first. The Vallivue Titans scored on an RBI single by Summers, an RBI single by Kade Linder, and a two-run double byCameron Sutton.

After pushing across two runs in the top of the fourth, Nampa Chiefs faced just a 10-9 deficit. A two-run single by Gourley gave Nampa Chiefs life. The Nampa Chiefs threat came to an end when Lehman finally got Coon to.

The Vallivue Titans answered Nampa Chiefs’ top inning with two runs of their own in the fourth. The Vallivue Titans scored on a two-run single byChase Barrera.

One run in the top of the fifth helped Nampa Chiefs close its deficit to 12-10. An RBI double by Harris sparked Nampa Chiefs’ rally. Finally, Summers induced an inning-ending strike out from Barraco.

The Vallivue Titans built upon their lead with two runs in the sixth. A hit into a fielder’s choice scored Emmet Hibbs to get the Vallivue Titans on the board in the inning.

Titans @ Capital

 

The Vallivue Titans outlast Boise Capitals in high-scoring affair, 15-12

Scoreboard operators were busy at Capital on Friday as the Vallivue Titans and Boise Capitals combined for 27 runs. Vallivue Titans eventually won the offensive battle 15-12 in seven innings.

There were 25 hits, including eight extra base hits in the game.

Tanner Vogt helped the Vallivue Titans pull ahead for the duration in the seventh inning. Caulen Michael singled to get on base in the seventh. He then went from first to second on a groundout by Chase Barrera.

Tanner Vogt was solid at the plate for the Vallivue Titans. Tanner Vogt went 3-5, drove in one and scored three runs.

Kaden Fondren got the win in relief for the Vallivue Titans. Fondren pitched three innings and allowed four runs.

Tanner Vogt, Kade Linder, Tyler Laird and Cameron Sutton helped lead the Vallivue Titans. They combined for nine hits and nine RBIs.

Hazen was the game’s losing pitcher. He allowed 12 runs in five innings, walked three and struck out eight.

In the top of the first, the Vallivue Titans grabbed the early lead, 7-0. Lane Lehman singled to ignite the Vallivue Titans’ offense. The scoreboard lit up again for the Vallivue Titans when Lehman and Vogt scored on a two-run single by Laird and Laird, Bowman and Linder scored on a home run by Sutton.

Boise Capitals tallied one run in each of the second, third and fourth. In the second, Boise Capitals scored on a groundout by Haggerty, plating N Jekich.

After posting three runs in the fifth, the Vallivue Titans again scored three in the seventh. In the fifth, the Vallivue Titans scored on an error, scoring Linder.

It didn’t take long for Boise Capitals to respond as it scored five runs of its own in the fifth. Boise Capitals scored on a single by Haggerty, an RBI single by Litzenberger, an RBI single by Newell, a sacrifice fly by B Jekich, and a wild pitch.

Vallivue @ Kuna dual

 

Dual-threat carries theVallivue Titans past Kuna 11-10

Fans were treated to a high-scoring affair Thursday as the Vallivue Titans outscored Kuna 11-10 in 10 innings.

The teams combined for 34 hits, including 11 extra base hits.

The game was back-and-forth heading into the tenth, with 10 lead changes.

The Vallivue Titans finally managed to grab the lead after a strong tenth inning. The Vallivue Titans scored on an RBI single by Tanner Woolsey off Guttu, bringing home Cameron Sutton.

Chase Barrera recorded the win for the Vallivue Titans. He allowed three runs over seven innings. He struck out four, walked three and surrendered seven hits.

The Vallivue Titans easily handled Kuna pitching as six hitters combined for 17 hits, nine RBIs and eight runs scored.

Guttu took the loss for Kuna. He allowed 11 runs in 10 innings, walked three and struck out five.

The top of the first saw the Vallivue Titans take an early lead, 1-0. The Vallivue Titans attack began with a double from Barrera. A groundout byKaden Fondren then moved Barrera from second to third. Jacob Bowmansingled, plating Barrera.

Kuna scored two runs of its own in the first. Kuna scored on a two-run single by Blair.

It didn’t take long for Kuna to respond as it scored five runs of its own in the fourth. Kuna scored on a solo home run by Marcus Coburn, a fielder’s choice, a two-run double by Blair, and a groundout by Gossman.

The Vallivue Titans got one-run rallies in the sixth inning and the tenth. In the sixth, the Vallivue Titans scored on an RBI single by Fondren, scoring Sean Burke.

Titans VS. Homedale

 

Homedale outdone by Chase Barrera and the Vallivue Titans, 3-2

Chase Barrera went 2-4, sparking the Vallivue Titans to a 3-2 victory in seven innings over Homedale on Wednesday at Vallivue.

He singled in the first and third innings.

Tanner Vogt got the win for the Vallivue Titans thanks to 10 strikeouts. Tanner Vogt allowed no earned runs on four hits and two walks over seven innings.

Austin Williams was charged with the loss. He lasted just six innings, walked three, struck out four, and allowed three runs.

The Vallivue Titans jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Barrera singled to ignite the Vallivue Titans’ offense. A groundout by Caulen Michael then moved Barrera from first to third.

The Vallivue Titans brought home one run in the second inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the second, the Vallivue Titans scored on an error, plating Kaden Fondren.

Vallivue AA win over Rocky

 

The Vallivue Titans top Rocky Mountain in back-and-forth affair, 4-2

The Vallivue Titans and Rocky Mountain passed the lead back and forth four times on Tuesday, but in the end the Vallivue Titans pulled out a 4-2 win over Rocky Mountain.

The Vallivue Titans finally managed to grab the lead after a strong eighth inning. The Vallivue Titans went up for good on an RBI double by Cameron Sutton off Trevor Simer, bringing home Tyler Laird.

Sutton had two extra-base hits for the Vallivue Titans.

Laird was a workhorse on the rubber while bagging the win for the Vallivue Titans. Laird pitched eight innings and allowed two earned runs, seven hits and three walks while striking out three.

The Vallivue Titans were sparked by Sutton and Caleb Vernon, who teamed up for four hits and three RBIs.

Mike Henard took the loss for Rocky Mountain. He lasted just six innings, walked none, struck out five, and allowed two runs.

The top of the second saw the Vallivue Titans take an early lead, 1-0. Sutton started the rally for the Vallivue Titans with a double. A groundout by Caulen Michael then moved Sutton from second to third. Vernon singled, scoring Sutton.

Rocky Mountain survived the Vallivue Titans’ surge and put up two runs of its own in the second. Rocky Mountain scored on a two-run single by Darren Lighter.