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2MtkIEDNESDAY, HPU's attempts at a comeback were unsuccessful, and DSU claimed the 4 victory. "I think we swung the bats great," Pfatenhauer said. "We did a good job of cutting down strikeouts and executing offensively." The Trailblazers allowed two runs in the second inning to the Sharks during game one Saturday. DSU quickly retaliated, however, scoring three runs in the third inning taking the lead hail and junior infielder Tyler Mildenberg each had two-Rdoubles in the fourth as part of a five-ru- n inning. DS U never looked back as it scored a run in each of the seventh and eighth innings before securing the 10-- 2 runaway victory. The first four hitters in BASEBALL 1 I-- continued from page DIXIESUNNEVIS.COM - 7 5 DSU's lineup went a bye to seven seniors who combined drove in took Bruce Hurst Field for five RBIs, and also scored the final time. Unfortunafive runs. tely, they would not walk "Our off it with 66 hitting is a win. corning The This season, for together, Sharks "said reds- Morache ; has took an hirt junior been the best I have early outfielder seen in my coaching advantage Jerome Hill with three 11-- pitched striking the out six in process. 11 DSU scored unanswered runs in the eight runs innings of Redshirt junior Drew play. McLaughlin got things started for the Trailblazers in the with a solo homer his fifth first inning, the of year. longshot The Trailblazers put up runs in each of a pair of two innings, the first followed by four runs in the third. Along with his homerun, McLaughlin also hit two doubles, the second of which sparked a inning for DSU in 10-- 1 the fifth, giving it a game, including three in the first I II,an 3-- 2. two-ru- n lead. McLaughlin finished going 4 with four RBIs and two runs scored. 3-- career. integrated studies major from Pittsburg, California. "When we get a lead, we need to 6-- 1- -4 final home game. He currently has a hitting streak, his second such streak of the year. He has at least one hit in 43 of the Trailblazers 46 Games this season. He also has 26 games this season in which he has at least two hits. His DSU record 81 hits is tops in the PacWest Conference. Morache also leads the conference in doubles (21) and runs scored (49). 17-ga- runs in the first innina Head baseball coach Chris Pfatenhauer DSU only managed seven hits throughout the game. It clawed its way 99 be able to tack onto it to try and prevent them from closing the gap." The rubber match of the series was senior night for the Trailblazers Saturday. DSU baseball says good back into the game by scoring a run in its half of the first inning and by platting three runs in the fourth to tie the game at "It's been a good year," Morache said. "I want to do whatever it takes to help my team win. I'm not four. HPU would respond GOLF Nelson were Pac West team 5 continued from page I named to the t because of the ) the up H - i' 1,c6411( y Mexico May 2. tc!!t are aiming to win regionals ," said Hopoi, 'Mel, 1 - ...-.- -,', I . - J '4". !'''',1 ''''' ', ..i f. , . ., , ti ,, . r 1 " ---- ; . ,''' t Al , - i'i, , ;: l'''t ti, I' 1 . .. 1 , , ,..- , eS,. 40,.. o of them have been spending z the night in the hospital's ICU. "I'm so grateful that those men stayed while my siblings, parents and I went home to get a little sleep," Tuttle's sister "We cicsf!,1 accounting major from. Aiea, Hawaii. "With the team we have, I think we can do it." 19. However, Tuttle responded to .1. stimuli April 20, grabbing a nurse's aim as the nurse checked his temperature, :;if.1 fwTowing his brows and his feet when the I moving doctors probed them. On the blog, Tuttle's family members said his condition has since his been touch-and-g- o 4 initial surgeries. 1 "It will seem that we have made some progress, and then we will be slammed in a nose dive to the ground," Tuttle's mother wrote Sunday. Tuttle's father Tom Tuttle said Jonah Tuttle received another surgery Tuesday and now has a feeding tube directly connected to his stomach. Members of the DSU rugby team have been among Tuttle's biggest supporters, and several . V , Cr ' , 1 4-- 4- , to do." ' '':.' ''' - ator of 1"......' -- ','. : - ally q ... medically-induce- d coma failed April - , ing Tuttle from his t ', 's-- ? ,, the ...1 ..':-- . 'as v - .? )ur Up Jonah," an attempt to wake i N, finishes. 1 ' ,;',N ,,... , r "We went in to the week .4 , - '," - '' with no real expectations," ' ,'' ' said Nelson, a business :,'.. 1.; ': ' , : !',, administration major from Farmington. "We have all !f t been playing some good ': : r, golf as of late, but just , ', : haven't really been able to put it all together. We did that this week." t BYU-sophomore Brent i Grant blew away the rest of the field to win the individual championship as the Trailblazers nabbed their second straight PacWest crown. The conference title clinches a spot in DSU's eighth consecutive NCAA postseason appearance at the WestSouth Central Regional Championships 2 in Las Cruces, New the 1 I top-1- 0 individual a 1 1 t-,- , an match. a Freshman Compton Pikari sinks a putt on Sunbrook Golf Course April 7 during qualifying last tournament in PacWest the The Trailblazers repeated as Pacific West Conference Champions 15. in the top week when all five players finished coaching career." With the loss, DSU 1 overall and drops to 35-1- in the PacWest, two full games behind California Baptist University in the standings. It's final four games of the season will be against Concordia 23-- 9 - University beginning Friday. Goodwin said Tuttle always had a smile on his face, and one of the most important things about Tuttle's personality is his positive attitude, said Ben Jones, a junior business administration major from St. JONAH continued from page big on all of the individual stuff. It's cool to get the attention I guess, but at the end of the day, if we don't win, it doesn't really mean anything." Pfatenhauer talked about Morache's success this season and what he has meant for DSU baseball. "My job will get harder without him," he said. "He goes about his work professionally. We've had a few awesome players come through, but this season for him has been the best I have seen in my with runs in the fifth and sixth innings to put on sour spin on senior night, earning the 4 vitory. "I don't think senior night played a factor in the game," Pfatenhauer said. "We didn't pitch well enough to be in the game." in his Morache went 6, wrote on his biog. George. "He's always positive and chill," Jones said. "He's always there, even if he's injured. He's and he stands up for what he knows is right." The Men's Rugby Club plays Utah Valley University Saturday for the championship title at Hansen Stadium at 4 p.m. Tom Tuttle said even UVU players will be supporting Jonah Tuttle's recovery by donning bracelets with his jersey number on them. ll about family," "Rugby said. Tom Tuttle At the semi-fingame Lake Salt Community against College, the team honored Tuttle and his family by performing the Halm, a traditional war cry dance. were Bracelets and available for purchase to help Tuttle's family pay for his su-on- is-a- al medical care. Over $5,000 has been raised for Tuttle's medical expenses so far on his GoFundMe account. tjh ; , ,..: 1, pi, - -- --:- Norb21K e" ,N v , s, , , . c , 6 sip 1 , 1 , I I , I tit - 4 ( 0, ).. 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