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Coach Anderson went from engineering to a teaching major because he decided he was not ready to stop with sports. From early in his life, Coach Anderson participated in track. He threw shot put and discus in high school placing him in state. Later on, he played basketball for three years and track for four

Hitting the win in the Bengals Classic

In the game between Legacy and Durango during the Bengals Classic, the Trailblazers took a six point lead during the first game. With Duke Pahukoa as the opener, he impacted the win for Durango by hitting an in-park home run. This resulted is a three run lead for our school, which lead to Durango winning

Durango Baseball Tops Sierra Vista

  In the away game at the Sierra Vista field March 13, 2018; the Blazers ended the game with a winning score of 6-4. The first six innings fell to the Mountain Lions and it wasn’t looking good for Durango. However, things started looking up when they took control of the game in the final

BB Falls to Arbor View

Arbor View 9, Durango 2 — At Arbor View, Jayce Garnder was 3-for-3 with a triple, a run and two RBIs to lead the Aggies by the Trailblazers. Ryan McHale and Nick Quintana each homered for Arbor View. Richard Mascarenas was 2-for-2 with a double for Durango.

Baseball Drops Close One

Desert Oasis 4, Durango 3 — At Desert Oasis, Aaron Roberts’ two-out single to right field scored Bryson Stott with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Diamondbacks nipped the Trailblazers. Stott drew a walk to start the bottom of the seventh and advanced to second on a wild pitch.

Palo Tops Baseball

Palo Verde 11, Durango 5 — At Palo Verde, winning pitcher Sam Powers went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run and four RBIs to lead the Panthers by the Trailblazers. Cobi Fiechtner was 2-for-2 with a run for Palo Verde, which overcame a 3-0 first-inning deficit and took advantage of 10 walks. Durango’s Tait Ludwick

Baseball Falls to C-M

By DAMON SEITERS LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Cimarron-Memorial’s starting lineup was dominated by sophomores on Tuesday. But it was two seniors who carried the Spartans. Alexander Marco’s two-run double in the fourth inning broke a 4-4 tie, and Luis Flores had four RBIs and pitched three scoreless innings to get the save as Cimarron’s baseball team

Baseball Bats Come Alive

Durango 10, Legacy 0 At Legacy, Tait Ludwick was 5-for-5 with three RBIs and threw five solid innings to earn the win as the Trailblazers blanked the Longhorns in six innings. Ludwick struck out seven. Steven Giatti, Colin Marracco, Duke Pahukoa, and Richard Mascarenas each supplied three hits for Durango. Pahukoa had two doubles and

Baseball Drops Heart Breaker

Northridge (Colo.) 13, Durango 11 — At Durango, the Grizzlies scored three runs in the seventh inning then plated two in the ninth to rally past the Trailblazers. Chance Eben doubled and tripled to lead Northridge, which also got doubles from Jared Hinrichs and Korbin Reed. Josh Barry went 3-for-4 with a double and a

Ryan Ludwick Has Number Retired

Major League All-Star, UNLV alumnus, Durango graduate, and Blazer Baseball player, Ryan Ludwick had his number 18 officially retired last night prior to the last game of the evening at the Blazer Bash Baseball Tournament. Accompanied by his son, Stetson, and family, Ryan was given a framed jersey, saw the number 18 painted on the