Palisade High School's baseball team extended its winning streak to six games, scoring at least 10 runs in each, after trouncing Steamboat Springs twice on Saturday at Suplizio Field, 12-0 and 19-1.
The Bulldogs (8-5, 4-0 Western Slope League) set the tone from the start, taking an 11-0 lead in the first inning of the first game before coasting to a run-rule victory.
Stevenson Reynolds threw a four-inning no-hitter, had three hits, drove in three runs and scored twice. Jack Mohler had a pair of hits and drove in six runs and scored three runs.
Palisade started the next game the same way, taking to an 11-0 lead in the first inning, then added one in the second, four in the third and three more in the fourth. A total of 10 different Bulldogs had at least one hit.
Grand Junction 11, Westminster 1: Derek Shaver had three hits and four RBI to help the Tigers improve to 8-4. The visiting Wolves took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but the Tigers blew the game open with eight runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull away.
Chaparral 12, Central 0: The Warriors fell to 8-7, getting only two hits in the road defeat.
Lakewood 13, Fruita Monument 1: The Wildcats lost at Canyon View Park to drop to 5-6.
Nate Lyon scored four goals and Jeremy Rice racked up five assists as Fruita Monument went to Telluride and came away with a 15-5 win to improve to 6-1.
Tony Farber and Conner Hagee each had three goals for the Wildcats, who led 11-2 at halftime.
Grand Junction 19, Durango 8: The Tigers improved to 6-1 (4-0 Mountain League) with the victory at Canyon View Park. Ben Luker, Santiago Renteria, Bodin Wilson and Jack Mottram all scored three goals for Grand Junction.
Grand Junction fell to Rocky Mountain at Canyon View Park, 15-2. The Tigers (3-5) have lost four straight games.
Fruita Monument's five-game winning streak ended with a 2-0 loss to ThunderRidge at Canyon View Park. The Wildcats (5-3) were shut out for the first time all season.
Battle Mountain 2, Palisade 0: The Bulldogs (1-5, 1-3 WSL) surrendered two first-half goals at Walker Field.