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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 14-0, 7-2 wins send Legion to State A tourney Wranglers (29-7) place second at district meet A resolute band of Wood River American Legion Wranglers has shrugged off recent history and carved out some history of its own
Burley tied it 8-8 in the home sixth, setting the stage for Brandon Benson's clutch hit in the seventh. Wood River earned a split of the doubleheader after Burley won the first game 5-1 behind a strong pitching performance by Gabe Rebollozo.
Wood River scored in four of five innings and just kept building its lead throughout. Ace Finn Isaacson needed 78 pitches to mow down the Pokes. He allowed no earned runs in his four-hitter, walked two, plunked two and struck out two. His
Isaacson (3 K) relieved Benson and held Bear Lake scoreless in the final two frames to level his record at 3-3. Brunker (3-for-4, 2 doubles, RBI) also produced at the dish giving the Wranglers their fifth West Division league win. In
Gunner Gibson ended it with a one-out bases-loaded single lofted over the drawn-in Tribe outfield. It drove home catcher Cam Benson with the walk-off game winner in the 13-12 Wrangler triumph. Gibson was the hitting hero in Wood River's season-
Badgers from Nevada in a game that featured a strong long relief effort by winning right-handed pitcher Adrian Rojas (6 innings, 0 earned runs, 3 hits, 3 BB, 6 K). It was a huge performance by Adrian, said Wood River coach Trent Seamons.
Motorcycle/ATV Fun Run will be May 14 Motorcycle/ATV Fun Run will be May 14 The Treasure Valley Trail Machine Association is hosting this family event at the Hemingway Butte OHVarea south of Nampa over the Snake River. Motorcycle and ATV riders go on