Cubs Finish Cody Tourney 3-1, now 28-17 on the Season

Cubs Finish Cody Tourney 3-1, now 28-17 on the Season

Written by on July 11, 2022

The Cody Cubs were back in action over the weekend as they played host to their own Cody Tournament.

The Cubs would finish the weekend 3-1 picking up wins against Miles City and Gallatin Valley, Mont.


Cody would get the tournament underway on Friday dropping their first game of the day, a 12-0 loss to the Sheridan Jets.

Cody would rebound in the nightcap as they took on the Miles City Outlaws and came away with a 12-2 win.

Trey Schroeder took to the hill and tossed 4.1 innings of 5 hit ball. He gave up 2-runs and struck out 1 to earn his 7th win of the season.

The Cubs got multiple hits from Jack Schroeder and Trey Thomasson in the contest with both of them hitting a double and Schroeder added a triple and 5 RBI.

The Cubs lead the game 6-2 after 2 innings and put up a 4-run 4th before putting the game away in the 5th behind Dominic Phillips’ game winning 2-RBI base knock.

Pictures © Brittany Brown


The Cubs and the Outlaws were back at it Saturday night as the two teams would meet for the 2nd time in as many days.

This was a true baseball game with each team matching the other run-for-run through the first few innings. Each team would plate 1 in the first and both responded with 2 in the 3rd.

Cody would take the lead for the first time in the 5th, coming away with a pair of runs scored and held on for the 5-3 victory.

Jace Jarrett picked up the win for Cody as he pitched 5 solid innings, gave up 3 runs (2 earned) and struck out 3. Jayvin McAlmond would pick up the save.

Pictures © Brittany Brown


On Sunday, the final day of the tourney, the Cubs had arguably their best performance of the weekend.

Ben Reinker was phenomenal on the hill, going 4 scoreless innings pitched while giving up 5 hits and striking out 1, in Cody’s 11-0 win over Gallatin Valley.

The Cubs would get 3-runs across in both the 3rd and 4th innings to take a 6-0 lead. Trey Thomasson would supply the fireworks hitting his first home run of his career, a grand slam, which gave Cody the win in 6 innings.

Pictures © Brittany Brown

Following all the weekend’s action the Cubs are now 28-17 on the season. Again, the Cubs have clinched the Northwest “A” conference and will be the No. 1 seed at the District Tournament next week in Green River.

Up Next: It’s hard to believe but the Cubs have just 4 games left this season. On Tuesday, they play host to their Park County Rivals, the Powell Pioneers. The Cubs will close out the regular season on Wednesday hosting a team out of Billings.

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