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Arizona Baseball falls late, losing two game to No. 1 UCLA

The Wildcats in Arizona dropped to No. 1 UCLA on Saturday afternoon, 12-10. The Wildcats allowed the lead in the eighth round.

After closing a complete game on his last start, Arizona started the pitcher Quinn Flanagan Saturday afternoon was not nearly as effective against number one in the country.

Flanagan took care of the business in the first inning, but his bouts in the second started with the first dough. He allowed three strokes to start the inning, scoring two runs. A sac colored from the next dough moved the runners, before a triple and sac fly made it a four-speed frame.

A perfect third was followed by an even rockier fourth place, but for more than just Flanagan, who was drawn after the third batsman. The three battles he faced came all on the ground. Flanagan was replaced by Avery Weemswhich went on to allow all three inherited runners to count. Weems allowed two singles and hit a batsman before receiving the last three outs, one of which was a sac fly.

UCLA added runs in fifth and sixth to finish the game at 10-all.

In the eighth round, Arizona sent three pitchers. The UCLA made two runs of these three pitchers, one from a wild pitch and the other thanks to a double at the next batter.

A total of, Bryce Collins (0-2) got the loss for Arizona. Flanagan managed only three innings, seven runs (all earned) and eight goals. Weems allowed three runs with five hits in three and two-thirds.

The offense of the Wildcat has returned to normal in the game, which was great for Arizona. They scored in the first round, but most of their ten runs came third over a sixth run.

Shortstop Jacob Blas isolated, to lead the third away. Left fielder Brandon Boissiere and midfield Donta Williams Blas followed with his own singles. Williams & # 39; single scored blasts for the second run of the Wildcats.

The next dough, second baseman Cameron Cannon, hammered his fifth homerun of the year into the left field. Later in the inning, after the catcher Matthew Dyer on a mistake, third baseman achieved Nick Quintana Homered left his second year and completed the sixth inning.

Quintana added an RBI single to the fifth before two more runs were made thanks to a mistake made by the first baseman Michael Toglia,

Williams, Blas and Quintana scored twice each Saturday and Quintana and Cannon each had three RBIs.

The Wildcats will compete on Sunday at Jackie Robinson Stadium. First pitch is at 13 o'clock.


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