Author: Dave Maxwell

Echs Baseball Team Finishes Season on High Note

Both the Eureka boys baseball and girls softball teams concluded their seasons this past week, but both will not make the playoffs this year. The Vandal baseball team did end on the upswing though, taking two wins over Carlin, a 15-4 win on Tuesday, then a 20-11 win over the Railroaders on Friday. The Vandals finished the season at 6-10. In the Friday game, both teams matched each other with six runs apiece in the first inning. But the Vandals really went to work in the second inning. Zac Garcia’s single scored two runs, an error by Carlin scored...

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Vandals Wrap up Season Today

Both teams had the same number of hits (5) and the same number of errors (4) in Eureka’s 8-7 baseball loss to the White Pine JVs last Saturday. The game was a fill-in for one with Tonopah that was cancelled. The Vandals got on the board in the first inning when Chris Dolan lined a 1-1 pitch to left-center field scoring Wyatt Anderson who had drawn a walk. Gage Hayward had scored earlier on a passed ball at home plate. Dolan then scored on an error at third base, and Eureka got their fourth run of the inning when...

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Lady Vandals Blanked Twice

Two one-hit 15-0 shutouts by Wells pitcher Samantha Shamblin were painful for the Eureka Vandals softball team at Wells last week. Her first one-hitter in the opener saw her strike out seven Lady Vandals. The Leopards exploded for 11 runs in the third inning to end the game early. For Eureka (0-10, 0-4), Cammie Skinner surrendered 15 hits, walked five and struck out two. Mikala Talbot got the only hit for Eureka. In the second game, the Vandals fell behind early and couldn’t come back in a second loss to the Leopards (12-2, 2-0). Shamblin again threw a one hit shutout. She also had a run-scoring double in the game. Skinner again struggled to contain Wells batters. She gave up 15 runs on 14 hits and struck out one and walked seven. Shauna Brown go the only hit for Eureka in the third inning As with the boys this week, the girls also ace Tonopah in non-league action on Saturday and host Wells again on Tuesday. Business DirectoryContent Creation Services Graphic Design Services Marketing Services Web Design Services SIGN UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES Leave this field empty if you're human: Affiliates Lincoln County Record | Mesquite Local News | Mineral County Independent News | Sparks Tribune | The Ely...

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Vandals Host Eureka Invitational Meet

Eureka hosted their own invitational meet last week. The meet did not include a boys high jump or pole vault event, but the girls did have both those events. The Vandal boys don’t have a large team, only six on the squad, but they managed to come away with 14 points. Meanwhile the Lady Vandals did very well, tallying 104 points for a third place finish in a 10-team field. Alia Minoletti won the Triple Jump and was second in the High Jump. Angel Greely and Ihylia Greely were first and second in the Discus and Angelika Townsend was first in the 800 meters and third in the 400 meters. The girls also won the 4x800 relay race. This week, the Vandal teams take part in the White Pine Invitational in Ely on Friday. BOYS 100 meters – Garrett Todd, 13.19 200 meters – Alex George, 1:04.2 1600 meters – George, 6:07.0, Seonmin Choi, 6:50.5, Tyler Blanco, 7:13.2, Steel Raine, 7:21.4 3200 meters – Choi, 15.10, Blanco, 15.44.4, Raine, 16.47 4x800 relay – 11:02 Discus – Raine, 68-0, George, 64-7, Choi, 46-8 Long Jump – George, 16-8, Blanco, 15-5½ GIRLS 100 meters – Sydney Norris, 15.44 400 meters – Angelika Townsend, third place, 1:09.7 800 meters – Townsend, first place, 2:53.8, Angel Greely, fourth place, 2:57.8 4x100 relay – Fourth place, 59.16 4x200 relay – Fourth place, 2:16.9 4x400...

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Wells Captures Lead Early to Defeat Vandals Twice

A home run in the first inning by Juan Berumen provided the spark for league leading Wells to take a 7-4 win over Eureka in their double-header opener last Friday in Wells. Unfortunately, Eureka lost the game despite out-hitting the Leopards six to three. “The leg injury to our star player, Bryson Wells at the beginning of the season has really hurt us in the remainder,” said coach Kia Davis. “We have been short of pitching and had looked to Wells to carry us through. He can play at shortstop, but he can’t really push off his pitching leg...

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