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- State Champions Legion B 2004 -

How The Reds Won It

Districts: The Reds defeated University and Boulder in the District Tournament to be guaranteed a State Tournament berth and then due to heavy rains that persisted, the District Tournament was abbreviated to end once the Top 4 teams were determined, and thus the Reds simply won their first two games and then got prepared for the State Tournament a few days later.

State Tournament Game #1:

Eaton 1, Boulder 10

Game Highlights: Carlson hits a solo home run but the rest of the offense on the day comes from Boulder, this loss forces the Reds into the loser's bracket, where they will need to win 6 straight games in order to win the State Championship now.

State Tournament Game #2:

Eaton 8, Skyview 1

Game Highlights: Dyer throws a complete-game one-hitter and doesn't allow an earned run, Carlson doubles and singles, Hungenberg and Nation each single twice to lead the offense.

State Tournament Game #3:

Eaton 7, La Junta 6

Game Highlights: The Reds defeat La Junta to once again end their season after having done so in the 2001, 2003, and 2004 Spring State Championship games as well, this time by coming back from a 6-2 deficit in the 5th inning with 5 runs scored, led by a double from Stout followed by singles from Myatt, Carlson, Noblitt, Hungenberg and Monfort.

State Tournament Game #4:

Eaton 8, Fort Morgan 0

Game Highlights: The Reds start 8th grader Ottoson and he throws a complete game 4-hitter, striking out 9 batters, while the Reds offense scores 6 runs in the first two innings led by Nation with three hits in the game, and Anderson and Hungenberg with a double and single each.

State Tournament Game #5:

Eaton 2, Boulder 1

Game Highlights: The Reds only pick up 3 hits in the game, but these hits by Hungenberg, Monfort and Nation are enough to produce a close victory.

Reds Win 6th Straight Spring/Summer Title

Game Winning Pitcher:

Shane Dyer

Tournament MVP:

Jordan Hungenberg

2004 Legion B Season Schedule