The Eureka Loggers split a baseball doubleheader at Foothill over the weekend, as they continue their preparation for the Big 5, which gets under way next week.
The Loggers won game one 2-1 and dropped game two 12-8, and they are now 2-6.
Myles Standish continued his impressive start to the new season on the mound, throwing five strong innings for the win.
The junior standout struck out eight of the 20 batters he faced, while allowing just one walk and five hits.
Rogan Bode pitched two innings for the save, striking out one and walking one.
Both pitchers also had a base hit in the win, along with teammates Richard Reeves, Jackson Giacone, Cole Zeller and Robert Williams.
Game two was a higher scoring affair, with the two teams combining for 20 runs.
Bode continued to impress at the plate and was 2-for-4 with a double and two runs, as did Reeves, who was 2-for-4.
Williams also was 1-for-2 with two walks, while Giacone was walked twice and drove in two runs.
Cooper Ohlsen got the loss on the mound, allowing nine hits and one walk in four innings, while striking out three.
Caden Vance pitched two innings in relief.
The Loggers will play another road doubleheader at Santa Rosa on Saturday, before opening the Big 5 at home to McKinleyville on Wednesday of next week.