Nevada Blue Jays have collected some impressive wins on the diamond to begin their 2018 baseball season. In previous battles, the Blue Jays have secured big road wins at Trinity Christian 16-3 and Blevins 8-3 for back-to-back victories.

Nevada Blue Jays have collected some impressive wins on the diamond to begin their 2018 baseball season. In previous battles, the Blue Jays have secured big road wins at Trinity Christian 16-3 and Blevins 8-3 for back-to-back victories.
Despite a tough one-run loss at Camden Harmony Grove, the Blue Jays sparked on the diamond for key plays that kept them in the contest with a season start to only have a one-run deficit in their lone loss thus far.
This week, the Blue Jays are scheduled for match-ups on the diamond facing Camden Harmony Grove and Bradley.

BLUE JAYS 7, HARMONY GROVE 8
The Blue Jays encountered a close match-up in a tough 8-7 loss to Camden Harmony Grove Hornets. Nevada sparked to the 1-0 lead to end first inning play. In the second, the Blue Jays drove in four runs across home plate with the Hornets scoring two runs to trail Nevada, 5-2 at the end of the second inning. The Hornets cut their deficit in the third to score two runs to trail Nevada 5-4 going into the fourth inning.
In the fourth, the Hornets took the lead with two runs and held Nevada scoreless to lead the Blue Jays 6-5 after four innings of play. The fifth inning saw no runs scored with the Hornets having the one-run lead advantage. In the sixth, the Blue Jays rallied with two runs scored to lead the Hornets 7-6 going into the seventh. Nevada fell short to score and the Hornets capitalized to collect the two key runs for the win in the seventh.

BLUE JAYS 16, TRINITY CHRISTIAN 3
Nevada Blue Jays secured an convincing 13-run victory against Trinity Christian Warriors 16-3 in six innings of baseball action. After a 1-1 knot at the conclusion of first inning action, the Blue Jays sparked in the second inning driving in five runs to lead the Warriors 6-1 through the third inning.
In the fourth, the Blue Jays welcomed two more runs across home plate in the fourth and fifth innings, then six runs in the sixth inning. Trinity Christian was held to one run scored in the fourth, no runs in the fifth and one in the sixth and final inning to fall to the Blue Jays.

BLUE JAYS 8, BLEVINS 3
On Monday evening, the Blevins Hornets welcomed the Nevada Blue Jays for an non-conference encounter at James Thurman Field in Blevins.
The Blevins Hornets displayed a intense non-conference showdown at home falling short to Nevada 8-3 in their return to action on the diamond following spring break.
The Hornets held the early lead with a 1-0 start to end first inning play. In the second, the Blue Jays tied the contest up with a run to end inning play 1-1 heading into the third inning. For a scoreless third inning, the Blue Jays took the lead for good driving in five runs in the fourth and the Hornets unable to score. Nevada led Blevins 6-1 after the fourth inning.
In the fifth, both teams held each other scoreless, but the Blue Jays rallied again with two runs scored in the sixth and the Hornets held to one run scored. Nevada had a six-run lead advantage over the Hornets at the end of the sixth inning, 8-2. In the seventh, Nevada stepped their defense up and allowed the Hornets one run scored in their attempt to come back, but the Blue Jays went onto victory for the five-run road victory.
For the game, Blevins collected three runs scored on three hits. Garrett Richardson scored two runs with two hits, Zane Walker had one hit and Jonah Graham scored a run.
For Nevada, the Blue Jays collected eight runs on nine hits. Zacchaeus Holliman scored a run, Gage Jones scored a run and had a hit, Brayden Bennett had two hits, Cameron Dillard had a hit with a RBI, Blayke Bennett scored two runs and had a hit. Bryson Rhodes scored two runs with a hit and an RBI, Brady Rhodes scored a run and had two hits with an RBI and Austin Smelser scored a run with a hit and an RBI.
At the mound, Bryson Rhodes pitched four innings allowed one hit, walked four batters and struck out nine batters. Dillard pitched three inning allowed two hits, walked four batter and struck out three batters. Blevins' Lane and Richardson pitched for the Hornets.