The Durango High School baseball team lost 4-1 to Cheyenne Mountain on Saturday in Roswell, N.M., collecting only two hits in the loss.
"The last couple of days, we couldn't really get the bats going," said DHS head coach Rob Coddington. DHS (2-3) suffered a 10-2 loss to Carlsbad High School in Friday night's Roswell Tournament action.
"We've got some things figured out, and we'll work on them," Coddington said.
Left-hander Jordan Gillen allowed four runs in four innings in his second start of the season for the loss.
For the second consecutive game, DHS reliever Kenneth Gallegos was perfect in relief.
Phil Crom scored the only run for Durango, who struggled against Cheyenne Mountain's starting pitcher.
"He just threw a lot of strikes, and he went the distance," said Coddington.
Durango will play its home opener at 3 p.m. Tuesday against Piedra Vista.