The Bear River Angels moved their record to 7-1 with their 6-2 win on Monday night over the Bear River Dodgers. The Dodgers stayed close in the first 3 innings trailing 2-0. The Angels moved the score to 6-0 when they scored four in the fourth. The Dodgers mounted a late game come back with a series of walks which scored two in the sixth. Ryan Solomon was called to the mound with the bases loaded in the top of the sixth with one out and proceeded to strikeout the last two batters of the game.
Pitchers for the Angels were starter Jake Leonard who got the win, David Fenton, Dean Hopper, Dillon Sinclair, Scott Sandstadt and Solomon. Harry Zea started for the Dodgers who took the loss and Elliot Bouchier closed out the game for the visiting team.
The Dodgers are back in action on Wednesday when they host the Penn Valley Giants at 7 p.m. and the Angels travel to Pioneer Park also on Wednesday, when they take on the Nevada City Angels at 5 p.m.