Lone Peak’s Seth Corry is a left-handed pitcher with a 95-mile an hour fastball. His potential has been clocked on a radar gun.Corry’s high school career ended in May when Lone Peak lost to Cottonwood in the 5A title game. He finished the season with an 8-1 record. He had 97 strikeouts in 52 innings and allowed just 20 hits.
OREM — One day after giving up 13 runs, Orem’s pitching staff cooled off the Ogden Raptors on Tuesday night in a 7-1 win.Elvin Rodgiuez pitched five innings. He allowed one run and gave up three hits before he turned the game over to the bullpen. Isaac Madson, James Ziemba, Tyler Stevens and Zac Ryan all pitched one inning and kept Ogden from scoring.‘The bullpen did a great job but it starts with the starting pitching. He (Rodriguez) gave us five innings and settled things in for it.
OREM — The Orem Owlz started out the night with unveiling a championship banner to celebrate their 2016 Pioneer League championship and they ended the night with a fireworks show but what happened after the first pitch was delivered and the final out was recorded, served as a reminder that a championship banner is also a decorative bull-eye.Ogden roughed up Orem early in the game that gave the Raptors some room for error in the late innings when the Owlz tried rally but by then it was too...
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