Results and Recap from Colorado Spring Opener #1


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This past weekend at the Hylands Hills Sports Complex 14 of the best 13U D1 and D2 teams competed in the Colorado Spring Opener. Below is the recap of the 13D1 semi-finals and championship game. To see complete results of the tournament click here

 

13D1 Championship Winner: 3N2 Warriors

13D2 Championship Winner: Colorado Yard Dawgs White

 

13D1 COLORADO SPRING OPENER #1 SEMI-FINALS AND CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP

 

The Colorado Yard Dawgs tallied 13 runs, on 16 hits, in the first three innings of the 13D1 semi-final game against the 3N2 Warriors; including a double and a homer for Yard Dawg starting pitcher, Sean Marlow and a solo shot from 2023 Caleb Pepper

 

The Yard Dawgs built a 10-run lead thru 3 innings, before the 3n2 Warriors scored 3 in the fourth, cutting the deficit to 7 as the fifth and final inning began. 

The 5th began with back to back HR by 2023 LHP Julian Terrazas, Future Holly HS, and 2023 Brayden Duman, Future Rock Canyon HS cutting the YD lead to 5. Two quick outs followed leaving the 3n2 Warriors with one final chance. Three singles and a walk later, the tying run came to the plate in 2022 Isaac Wachsmann, future Regis Jesuit HS. Wachsmann hit a 2-1 fastball over the left field wall to tie the game at 13-13, the third home run of the inning. The Warriors had batted around to bring Terrazas back to the plate for his second AB of the inning, when he again homered, deep over the CF fence, for the lead and second back-to-back HR of the inning. Three pitches later, Duman, who scored four times and was the winning pitcher, hit his second solo bomb of the inning as well, capping a 9-run inning and improbable come from behind win. The momentum of the unlikely win would catapult the 3N2 Warriors to a 9-1 victory over the Colorado Shamrocks in the championship game. 

 

Highlights 

 

Semi-Finals

3N2 Warriors

Julian Terrazas: 2-4, 2 HR, 2 RBIs, 1IP, Save
Brayden Duman: 2-3, 2hr, 2rbi & Winning Pitcher
Isaac Wachsmann2-4, HR, 4 RBI

 

Yard Dawgs
Sean Marlow: 2-3, 2B, HR, 2rbi & 3IP 4h 4er, 3k
Caleb Pepper: 1-2, 1hr, 1 RBI

 

Championship Game

3N2 Warriors
Julian Terrazas:  5ip 2 hits, 0er, 9ks. 3-3, 1B, 2B, 3B
Dante Nori:  2-4, 2B, 3RBI

 

Scout Notes

2023 LHP/OF Julian Terrazas, Future Holy HS. Bats right throws left. On mound comes from high 3/4 arm angle, short on back side and hides the ball well. Good extension.  Lived 71-72 mph, topping out a few times a 73. Terrazas is square and in-line to the plate. Arm is quick and works well. Strike thrower. Change sits 59-62 thrown at same arm speed as fastball. At the plate has a balanced athletic stance with advanced bat speed for his age. Swing path is slightly uphill. Good lower half. Above average runner. On the day was 5 for 7 with 2 HR, a triple, and a double. 

 

2023 SS/RHP Charlie Boyd, Future Cherokee Trail HS.  5-foot-2, 110 pounds. Bats and throws right. On the mound comes from high 3/4 arm angle. A little uphill. Lands inline to plate with good extension towards plate. Fastball lived 66-69, threw curve ball for strikes consistently between 52-54 mph.