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5/9/2012 8:40:00 AM
Cougar baseball loses to Holbrook in second round of D-III state tourney
Photos by Matt SantosJordan Cuka lasted three innings on the mound for the Cougars, giving up two runs to the Roadrunners before being relieved by RJ Bell. CVHS went on to lose to Holbrook 3-1 during the first round of the state playoffs at the Surprise Stadium
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Jordan Cuka lasted three innings on the mound for the Cougars, giving up two runs to the Roadrunners before being relieved by RJ Bell. CVHS went on to lose to Holbrook 3-1 during the first round of the state playoffs at the Surprise Stadium
RJ Bell slides home behind Holbrooks Shawn Gillespie in the sixth inning, scoring the Cougars sole run in their 3-1 loss to the Roadrunners.
RJ Bell slides home behind Holbrooks Shawn Gillespie in the sixth inning, scoring the Cougars sole run in their 3-1 loss to the Roadrunners.
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The 3rd-seeded Chino Valley baseball team lost to No. 14 Holbrook, 3-1, Friday night in the second round of the Division III state tournament at Surprise Stadium in Surprise. The Cougars, who received a first round bye, scored their lone run of the game in the fifth inning on a Jeremiah Moller hit that scored RJ Bell from third. Chino Valley finished the season with a 23-4 overall record.
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The 3rd-seeded Chino Valley baseball team lost to No. 14 Holbrook, 3-1, Friday night in the second round of the Division III state tournament at Surprise Stadium in Surprise.

"The bottom line was we just didn't hit well tonight," CVHS coach Bruce Nesbitt said. "Offensively, we left a lot of guys on base."

The Cougars, who received a first round bye, scored their lone run of the game in the fifth inning on a Jeremiah ller hit that scored RJ Bell from third.

Holbrook scored one run in the first, third and fourth innings.

Chino Valley had two hits, while Holbrook tallied five.

CVHS starting pitcher Jordan Cuka went three innings and gave up two runs and two hits.

Bell relieved Cuka in the fourth and closed out the game, pitching the final four innings.

Both pitchers combined for 11 strikeouts and all three Holbrook runs were unearned.

The Cougars had five errors.

"The kids had a good season," Nesbitt said. "We just came out tonight and made some uncharacteristic mistakes."

Chino Valley finished the season with a 23-4 overall record.

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