In Division II, top-seeded Sunrise Mountain has allowed just one run in four tournament games, shutting out its last three opponents. No. 4 Ironwood Ridge, which has scored 21 runs in its last three wins, hopes to break that streak.
"This is our best balanced team of speed and power," said Ironwood Ridge coach Randy Anway, told AZCentral. "Our two leadoff hitters are lightning fast."
Ironwood Ridge will be playing a tough Sunrise Mountain team, ranked first in Division II, on Monday night.
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