ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The Roseburg baseball team continued a so-far near-perfect start to the season at Legion Memorial Field in Roseburg Tuesday.
The Indians notched a 4-0 win over visiting South Eugene in their Southwest Conference and home opener. This followed an 11-0 season-opening win at McKay on March 12. (A home game against Clackamas scheduled for last Friday was canceled due to weather.)
Zach Mandera pitched a 1-hitter in the shutout win over the Axe, picking up 8 strikeouts along the way.
Mandera was solid at the plate as well, going 2-for-3. Teammates John Stone and Caden Johnson were also 2-for-3.
The Indians travel to South Salem on Wednesday. Game time is scheduled for 5 p.m., weather permitting.
Elsewhere, Sutherlin defeated Siuslaw 5-4; Douglas crushed North Valley 19-2; South Umpqua downed Elmira 7-4; Glendale whipped Prospect 19-1; and Umpqua Valley Christian crushed Monroe 14-2.
Local teams that didn't fare as well included Elkton, who fell to Creswell 16-6, and Riddle lost to Bandon 16-5.