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4-9 Spring Roundup

By Neil H. Devlin, Mullen Sports Information Director
Baseball wins in Pueblo; track and field hosts its 24th Invitational; girls lacrosse falls to rival.
 
Mullen baseball road into perhaps the best high-school sports town in Colorado and left with a victory.

The Mustangs beat Pueblo West 8-4 on Saturday in big-school nonleague. Ranked No. 8 in Class 5A, they moved to 8-2.

“It’s a really nice ‘W’ to come down here and get,” head coach Phil Stanford said. “(The Cyclones) are a solid team.”

Offensively, senior Henry Stewart had a three-run home run in a six-run third inning. He also had a double.

“Henry hit the ball real well, working gap-to-gap,” Stanford said.

Trevor More was 2-for-2 to bring his average to a scorching .756. On an eight-game hitting streak, he added two runs batted in and a run scored. Andrew Brady had two hits (a double and a triple) and scored twice and Ryan Brady added two hits and an RBI. Freshman Thomas Stewart upped his team-leading RBI total to 13 with two more along with his two hits.

All told, Mullen had 13 hits, seven for extra bases.

On the mound, Henry Shellhorn went the first three innings and was touched for four runs in the third before Moore came on to throw four scoreless innings with three hits and six strikeouts.

Next for Mullen is a return to the Centennial League with a home matchup at Bill Swift Field against Cherry Creek, first pitch at 4:15 p.m. The two programs shared the league title the past season.


MULLEN 8, PUEBLO WEST 4

Mullen  106  100  0  --  8

Pueblo West  004  000  0  --  4

Mullen  --
  Hurley 4-0-0-0, A. Brady 4-2-2-0, Krza 4-0-1-0, H. Stewart 4-1-2-3, MacKenzie 4-2-1-0, Moore 2-1-2-2, R. Brady 3-0-2-1, T. Stewart 4-1-2-2, Gamueda 4-1-1-0. Totals 33-8-13-8.
LOB – 8. SB – Riley-Combs. BB – Moore. 2B -- A. Brady, H. Stewart, Moore, R. Brady, T. Stewart. 3B – A. Brady. HR – H. Stewart, 2 on in third.  
Pitching – Shellhorn 3 IP, 2 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 5 BB, 6 K; Moore (W) 4 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 6 K. HBP – Mackenzie, Moore; Shellhorn hit 2 Cyclones. SF – R. Brady.
 
Track and Field

In their 24th Mullen Invitational, Mustangs boys finished 13th and girls took sixth on Saturday at De La Salle Stadium.

Individually, Agur Dwol won two events and Elise Brear, Kilah Freelon, Kyle Krebs, Jacob Sushinsky and Jack Tolbert had top-10 showings.

Concerning relays, eight Mullen teams were along the top nine.

Below are Mustangs results by event:
 
24TH MULLEN INVITATIONAL

GIRLS

Team – 54 points, 6th place.

100 meters – 17. Paige Lousberg, 14.13 seconds; 18, Shannon McCarthy, 14.20.

200 – 18. Lydia Gammon, 28.41; 28. Mia Bella, 29.84.

400 – 23. Julia Hoody, 1:07.82; 24. Ashley Terry, 1:07.94; 30. Octavia Gomez, 1:10.39.

800 – 21. Genevieve Hockin, 2:40.60; 25. Elizabeth  McGarry, 2:46.04; 30. Emma O’Connell, 2:51.04.

1,600 -- 12. Amy O’Connell, 5:27.10; 24. Kira Van der Steen, 5:46.14.

3,200 – 5. Elisa Brear, 12:06.33.

100 hurdles – 22. Miabella Guadagnoli, 21.60.

300 – 2. Kilah Freelon, 45.08; 9. Julia Brown, 50.80; 12. Alicia Muller, 51.94.

400 relay – 2. 50.10.

800 sprint medley relay – 4. 1:56.12

1,600 relay – 8. 3:43.56.

3,200 relay – 2. 10.17.66.

Long jump – 1. Agur Dwol, 19 feet, 5 inches; 10. Carmela Carbone, 14-3.

Triple jump – 1. Agur Dwol, 41-3; 12. Carmela Carbone, 30-8.5.
 
BOYS

Team – 22 points, 13th place.

100 – 10. Samuel Puana, 11.86; 38. Jack Sargent, 12.68; 46. Jordan Marin, 13.27.

200 – 27. Aaron Seaman, 25.04; 32. Juan Bertaud, 25.19; 41. Jordan Marin, 26.61.

400 – 13. Micah Kress, 53.63; 37. Leo Buck, 57.60; 41. Wesly Swickard, 59.56.

800 – 5. Jack Tolbert, 1:58.72; 22. Owen McCarter, 2:12.98; 33. Mason Atwell, 2:22.79.

1,600 – 4. Jack Tolbert, 4:23.96; 19. Jacob Sushinsky, 4:46.84; 25. Travis Hockin, 4:53.36.

3,200 – 8. Jacob Sushinsky, 10:19.49; 12. Travis Hockin, 10:43.22; 20. Diego Taboada-Cross, 11:26.52.

400 relay – 8. 45.18.

800 relay – 9. 1:36.0.

800 sprint medley relay – 6. 1:47.20.

1,600 relay – 12. 3:36.98.

3,200 relay – 7. 9:20.20.

Long jump – 3. Kyle Krebs, 20-3; 27. Liam Martinez, 18-1.5.

Triple jump – 17. Jackson Alexander, 36-5.5; 25. Brannum Cyphers, 34-3.5.

Discus – 35. Harrison Schmitt, 76-8.

Shot put – 19. Harrison Schmitt, 36-4; 35. Carson Duke, 30-5.
 
Girls Lacrosse

The Mustangs lost 19-1 to rival and host Regis Jesuit in Aurora on Friday in the 5A East League.

Mullen fell to 3-3 overall, 1-2 in league.

Emma Oliver had the only goal for the Mustangs.

Next is a nonleague game at home on Monday, April 11, against Palmer Ridge, 6 p.m.


REGIS JESUIT 19, MULLEN 1

Regis Jesuit  12   7  -- 19

Mullen  0   1  --  1

Mullen goal – Emma Oliver.
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