Baseball: Aurora trio on winning Senior squad at Rockies’ Futures Game


Six Aurora prep baseball players — three seniors and three underclassmen — suited up for the Colorado Rockies Futures Game on June 3 at Coors Field, which the seniors won 11-5.

Grandview’s Jordan Schlehuber went 2-for-2 in the Colorado Rockies Futures Game on June 3 at Coors Field. (Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

Grandview grad Jordan Schlehuber had a strong game for the senior team, going 2-for-2 in a 14-hit attack and scoring a pair of runs.

Regis Jesuit standout pitcher Peter Bayer got roughed up a bit in his lone inning, as he allowed five hits and a pair of earned runs, while Cherokee Trail right-handed pitcher Daniel Mackay struck out the only batter he faced.

The Regis Jesuit trio of juniors Brody Weiss and Andrew Schmidt and sophomore Max George went hitless for the underclassmen, but Weiss and Schmidt scored two of the team’s five runs.

Regis Jesuit sophomore left-handed pitcher David Peterson was selected, but didn’t play.

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