Denver has a full week of baseball
Denver boys went up against Union in baseball action at home on May 26. In the first game, Denver came back from 3-7 in the fifth to bring the game within one in the seventh. Union took the narrow win 9-8, but Denver went on to score an 11-1 win in the second game.

Against Columbus

On June 1, Denver hosted the Sailors of Columbus Catholic. Denver started with Junior Brayden Powers on the mound. Columbus was on base first but the runner was thrown out by Junior catcher Mitchell DeVries at second. The game remained scoreless until the third when junior Mason Thurm got a base hit to advance Powers to third. Both Powers and Thurm scored off of wild pitches. Cyclones led going into the fourth 2-0. Columbus found their grove in the fifth to take the lead 5-2 from miscues by the Cyclone in-field. Denver changed pitchers twice going into the sixth with junior Trevan Reiter on the mound. The Cyclones went into the bottom of the sixth with the top of their batting order. Senior Bryce Phelps received a free pass as the Sailor pitcher balked. DeVries singled and Phelps was able to score on a wild pitch. Sophomore Chris Haislet hit a home run to score pinch runner Hudson Mercado to tie the game 5-5.

In the bottom of the seventh, the Cyclones were able to load the bases for a chance at the win. Phelps hit a stand up double, DeVries and Haislet were intentionally walked loading the bases. Junior Cale Neuendorf hit the final out to left field.

Going into extra innings, the Cyclones were able to hold the Sailors scoreless as the bases were loaded with senior pitcher Layne Fober on the mound.

Powers started the batting for the Cyclones with a single to follow with the next two Cyclone batters to get on base. With bases loaded, Phelps hit a single to score the winning run. Cyclones took the first game 6-5.

Game 2 was a little less eventful with the Sailors taking the early lead in the 3rd 1-0. Columbus opened their lead in the sixth 6-0. The Cyclones scored with DeVries single scoring Powers. Neither team was able to capitalize in the seventh leaving the score 6-1.

Against Waverly-Shell Rock

The boys faced off against Waverly-Shell Rock (WSR) June 2 and 3. The first day brought the Go-Hawks to the Denver Athletic Complex. There, WSR came away with 14-6 and 7-3 wins. The next day, they played at Waverly where WSR came away with two more wins (6-2 and 10-2).

Against Wapsie Valley

The boys took on Wapsie Valley on June 4. The boys scored their third and fourth wins of the season with scores of 15-0 and 17-1.
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