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- State Champions Legion A Varsity 2013 -

How The Reds Won It

Note: This was the Reds' first summer with an undefeated record at 42-0, and also the Reds' first summer playing Legion A after the top high school teams in Legion baseball moved into a top tier league. This was the Reds' 2nd time celebrating a State Championship on their home field, the Reds previously did this in the summer of 2008.

State Tournament Game #1:

Eaton 15, Boulder 3

Game Highlights: Jake Nelson singled and scored on a Colton Lind 1st inning double, before Nelson threw a scoreless no-hitter through the first two innings. The Reds then opened up the game in the 3rd inning, with a two-out rally that scored 7 runs, with Matt Burkart singling in Nelson, then Lind and Koehler singled, before Bryce Dyer tripled, Brady Tedesco singled, Caleb Johnson walked, Joe Mondragon singled, and Nelson singled to give the Reds an 8-0 lead. Boulder scored 3 unearned runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning, before the Reds opened up the floodgates with another 7 runs led by a Burkart double, and hits by Dyer, Tedesco, Joe Mondragon, and Lind. After a rain delay, Jake Mondragon threw two scoreless innings to complete the 15-3 win.

State Tournament Game #2:

Eaton 9, Mountain Range 2

Game Highlights: Ryan Koehler reached base to lead off the 2nd inning, and scored after a two-out hit by Lane Greiman and double by Joe Mondragon. Koehler held Mountain Range to one run through 4 innings, sending the game tied into the 5th inning. Joe Mondragon then singled, Jake Nelson singled, and then with two outs and runners on 2nd and 3rd base, Colton Lind was intentionally walked to load the bases, before Koehler hit a 2-RBI single on an 0-2 pitch, Dyer then reached base and Tedesco singled as the Reds took a 6-1 lead. Koehler then retired the side in the bottom of the 5th inning, before the Reds added 3 runs in the 6th inning behind a hit from Joe Mondragon, triple from Jake Mondragon, single by Matt Burkart, and double by Lind. Greiman then took the mound in relief in the 6th inning and completed the 9-2 win.

Reds' First Perfect Summer, at 42-0 Record

Game Winning Pitcher:

Lane Greiman

Final Out:

Groundout to Pitcher

2013 Legion A Varsity Season Schedule