Sunday, June 16, 2013


Cole Winter delivered big throwing a two hitter on 46 pitches as well as delivering two hit at the plate for the Bear River Brewers in their first round 12-2 victory in the District 11 Tournament of Champions in Colfax over the Penn Valley Cubs on Sunday night. Anthony Vierra also added two hits including the hardest hit ball of the game which two hopped the center field fence which resulted in a double.

The Brewers bats came to life as they started the bottom of the second with a single by Trae Nix then Vierra's singled, Winters and Elliot Bouchier singled which moved the score to 3-0. Noah Gravatt walked, Bouchier moved the score to 4-0 as he scored on a wild pitch. Colby Lunsford who walked scored on a single by Josiah Cregar to end the second frame with the Brew Crew taking the lead 5-0.

Winters threw 27 pitches through 3 with no hits.

Penn Valley made a pitching change in bottom of the third with no outs after walking the first two batters. Bouchier made it aboard by way of error which drove home Vierra. Winter and Josh Howser followed with singles. Lunsford singled to right driving home Bouchier then Jeremy Rodriguez drove home Howser on a fielders choice. Brewers led 9-0 end of 3.

The Cubs got on the board with a lead off single in the top of the fourth and later in the inning their number 3 hitter also singled driving home their first run of the inning. Penn Valley also scored on a Brewers fielding error.

In the final inning of the game Vierra hit a double which drove home Nix who made it aboard via a hit by pitch. Winter singled and Vierra scored on a single by Howser followed by a walk then Dylan Scott delivered a walk off infiled single off infield single which put the 10 run rule into effect. 

The Brew Crew will be back on the field at the Colfax ball field on Thursday at 6 pm where they will take on the winner of the Sierra Foothill Rockies and Tri-City's B team. Tri-City defeated the Penn Valley White Sox 10-0 in five innings of play on Saturday.


The Bear River A's fall 7-0 to Lincoln's A team on Saturday. Lincoln delivered two home runs in the win.


Bear River's top Minors team fell 10-0 in four innings of play on  Saturday when playing Penn Valley in the annual Tournament of Champions at Mid-Placer. Penn Valley's starting pitcher threw a no-hit shutout as he over whelmed the Marlins.

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