Pueblo West High School never fails to impress us with their sports teams and success, and our baseball team did just that.
On April 19th, the Pueblo West Cyclones faced the Pueblo County Hornets in their second meeting of the season.
The Cyclones swept through the Hornets 21-5 in five innings, but both teams struggled with their pitching. Senior Dallas Dywer started the game but struggled to find the plate, throwing more balls than strikes. However, he managed to strikeout three batters.
Fresheman, Cameron Brinkley stepped in to help finish the third inning for Dwyer and had three up, three down in the bottom of the fourth. Senior Zachary Drury came in at the bottom of the fifth. He struggled to find the plate at times but kept his arm under control to finish the game.
It was our time at the bat that helped us win this game. Junior, Darin Robinson was the only one to strike out and Javier Garcia, Dauson Tate, and Tyler Evans made doubles in the top of the fourth. In the end, we had eleven runs on nine hits this inning.
The Cyclones are now 6-9-1 overall, and 4-5-0 in league.