Southern Utah's Region 10 had a great week at the 4A State Baseball Tournament.

The top three finishers in the state baseball tournament were all from Region 10.

Crimson Cliffs won their second straight state championship behind tremendous pitching from Jaiven Ross and Beau Sampson.

In the deciding game of the series, Sampson pitched a no-hitter through 4 2/3 innings before being taken out of the game to a standing ovation from the crowd.

In game one, Ross pitched 6.2 innings and only gave up three hits and two runs.

This group of Mustangs had overwhelming amounts of talent. Petey Soto Jr. was electric all week long. Brex Starley crushed the ball at the plate, pitched, played first and catcher. Ty West was slapping the ball all over the field and terrorizing opponents on the base paths. Trey Evans came back at the perfect time and battled through injury to finish his season slugging .764 in six games. Gutsy performance. The Maynards were awesome and Jayger Baldwin was the heart and soul of the team.

Snow Canyon had an incredible run in the tournament winning all three of their bracket games with dramatic comebacks. It was another awesome season for Coach Reed Secrist and the Warriors.


Dixie battled Crimson Cliffs in the semifinal but came up a little short. The Flyers were a tough nosed team that had one of the best pitchers in all of the state, not just 4A, in Cayson Bell.

Congratulations on another dominating year in 4A State Baseball by Southern Utah teams. Can't wait until next year!

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