After playing four games in three days at the Jackson tourney Saturday, the East Idaho Rockies traveled to Minico Monday where they swept Minico in a doubleheader then stayed on the road and fell twice to Twin Falls Tuesday.

In their first game, the Rockies won 6-5. After going down 3-1 in the second, they rallied with two runs in the fifth and three runs in the sixth.

Nick Fullmer went 3/4 at the plate with two doubles and had the teams lone RBI.

Peyton Bouderos pitched six innings allowing eight hits and five runs with five strikeouts and four walks. Moki Jensen pitched an inning allowing no hits or runs with one strikeout and no walks.

The 7-5 score was similar in the Rockies’ second game against Minico but it happened quite differently. The Rockies led from wire to wire and took a five-run lead in the third that never got below three until Minico scored three runs in the final inning.

Landen Drake went 2/5 at the plate with a double and McGwire Jephson went 2/5. Nick Fullmer also hit a double.

In the Rockies’ first game with the Twin Falls Cowboys, they fell 7-6 in ten innings. East Idaho trailed for the first five innings then scored four runs in the sixth to take a one-run lead. Twin tied it the next inning and they stayed tied until Twin scored two runs in the final inning.

Curtis Drake went 3/5 at the plate and Clark and Fullmer each hit a double.

Rydalch pitched a little over six innings allowing six hits and five runs with two strikeouts and two walks. Clark pitched a little over three innings allowing four hits and two runs with two strikeouts and a walk.

In the late game Tuesday, Twin Falls won 4-2. East Idaho scored the first two runs of the game but couldn’t score after that.

Clark went 2/3 behind the plate and Mgwire Jephson hit a double to secure the Rockies only other hit.

Curtis Drake pitched the entire game allowing eight hits and four runs with a strikeout and two walks.

The Rockies play their next games Friday against the Idaho Falls Bandits at Rigby High school. The first game starts at 4 p.m. and the second game starts at 6 p.m.