STANTON— The Coahoma JV baseball team walked away with second place at the Buffalo Diamond Classic in Stanton this weekend. The Bulldogs fell to Seminole 8-9 in the championship game on Saturday.
“It was a hard fought game,” Coahoma coach Isaac Rodriguez said. “They were up on us 8-0 in the first inning, but we clawed back little by little and held them to one run for four innings.”
The run to the championship game for the Bulldogs started on Friday against Seminole. Coahoma lost 8-5, but turned right around and beat the Stanton freshman team 15-0.
Then on Saturday, Coahoma faced Midland Trinity for the morning game and handily won 17-2. Kobe Cervantes was on the mound for the Bulldogs. He is now 3-0 as a pitcher for the season. Also, the Bulldogs pulled off a triple play in the game.
The JV team is now 7-1-2 for the season.