Palisade falls in district final

Palisade High School’s baseball team lost to Windsor 8-3 today in the championship game of the Class 4A District 2 tournament in Evergreen.

After beating Lewis-Palmer 5-3 in the semifinals, the Bulldogs committed an uncharacteristic four errors against Windsor, which advances to the state tournament this week.

Tate Herland allowed eight runs on nine hits and also hit a home run for the Bulldogs, whose season ended 18-3.

Windsor scored six runs in the second inning. In the first game, Caden Woods hit a pair of home runs and drove in four runs for the Bulldogs and Kameron Pfaff threw a complete-game 6-hitter.



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