Conifer starting pitcher T.K. Ochoa couldn’t find the strike zone early on April 19.
When the right-hander did hit his spots, the Cougars couldn’t find him.
“Nobody was pulling their weight, hitting-wise,” Evergreen leadoff hitter Travis Coe said. “We weren’t able to touch him today.”
The Cougars were limited to one hit in the first four innings and couldn’t catch fire late as the Lobos held on for a 9-5 victory as the home team on Evergreen’s field.
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