July 26, 2013
BOULDER -- Boulder wanted desperately to be the first to do it. And after a Friday morning at Scott Carpenter Park in which the Legion A baseball team put everything together for another sound victory, the mindset was right for an upset, too.
But Eaton has put the kibosh on many teams' aspirations for a win this summer, and Friday was no different -- save for a near two-hour rain delay at the Panthers' home ballfield.
The Reds tied a bow around win No. 40 on the summer Friday afternoon with a 15-3 decision against Boulder as part of the Colorado Association of Legion Baseball district tournament, keeping their amazing undefeated run intact in their first year as a Legion A club.
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Did You Know?
During Coach Danley's final 10 years at Eaton, the Reds' summer record was on average 40-8, with the Reds qualifying for the Legion B (and later its successor the Legion A High School) State Tournament each year advancing 9 times to the final 3, with 7 State Championship Game appearances and 6 State Championship wins, including 4 straight State Championships to end Coach Danley's career at Eaton (the run of 4 straight topped the Reds' previous record of 3 straight summer state titles from 2002-2004).