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Cienega & Sabino go 5-0 at the Cowboy-Up Baseball Tournament

Cienega junior pitcher Devin Lopez (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Cienega and Sabino went 5-0 at the 11th Annual Cowboy-Up Baseball Tournament this past week at the Kino Sports Complex. Played in round-robin fashion, all participants played several games from Wednesday to Saturday to prepare for the regular season.

The Bobcats open up at Desert View (0-4) on Thursday, Mar. 5 and Sabino hosts Rincon/UHS (1-3) on Monday. The Sabercats host Cienega on Thursday, Mar. 12.

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11th Annual Cowboy-Up Baseball Tournament at Kino Sports Complex

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 26
Cienega 13, Flowing Wells 5
Pueblo 4, Ironwood Ridge 2
Pusch Ridge 10, Cholla 7
St. Augustine 5, Sahuaro 4
Benson 8, Catalina 6
Sabino 7, Desert View 2
Ironwood Ridge 12, Rincon/UHS 2
Sunnyside 6, Tanque Verde 4

THURSDAY, FEB. 27
Buena 13, Cactus 0
Catalina 11, Desert View 1
Cienega 4, Peoria 1
Pueblo 19, Benson 10
Sahuaro 12, Cholla 2
Higley 10, Sunnyside 5
Tanque Verde 8, Hanks (El Paso) 4
Campo Verde 10, Ysleta (El Paso) 0
Flowing Wells 15, Riverside (TX) 5
Sabino 10, Hanks 0
St. Augustine 13, Yuma 4

FRIDAY, FEB. 28
Flowing Wells 3, Cactus 1
Ysleta 9, Higley 8
Riverside 10, Sahuaro 6
Buena 8, Peoria 3
Pusch Ridge 12, Cactus 3
Cienega 7, Riverside 5
Ysleta 7, Tanque Verde 5
Sabino 6, Benson 5
Higley 22, Cholla 6
Hanks 4, Desert View 0
Ironwood Ridge 9, Peoria 6
Cienega 15, Yuma 1
Buena 5, Pusch Ridge 2
Sunnyside 8, Campo Verde 2
Sabino 13, Campo Verde 0
Hanks 8, Rincon/UHS 3
Benson 10, St. Augustine 3

SATURDAY, FEB. 29
Cienega 10, Ysleta 2.
Peoria 6, Hanks 4
Cholla 16, Yuma 5
Sabino 6, Riverside 0
Higley 15, Desert View 4
Ironwood Ridge 7, St. Augustine 4
Rincon/UHS 9, Yuma 1
Sahuaro 15, Cactus 3
Sunnyside 25, Catalina 2
Campo Verde 15, Pueblo 5
Tanque Verde 5, Buena 4
Benson 10, Rincon/UHS 0
Ironwood Ridge 6, Catalina 2
Tanque Verde 3, Flowing Wells 0
Pueblo 5, Pusch Ridge 2

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