Yaquis from Ciudad Obregón beat Mayos de Navojoa in the Mexican Pacific League

The Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón put together a seven-touchdown attack in the fourth inning to win 11-2 over the Mayos of Navojoa in the second round of the Mexican Pacific League.

Jared Oliva was 4-for-5 with three RBIs, Carlos Sepúlveda hit a three-touch homer, Victor Mendoza added a solo homer and Gabriel Gutiérrez was 3-2 with two RBIs to fuel the winners’ attack.

Arturo López (2-2) allowed one run and six hits in five innings to claim the victory, while the setback went to the record of Marco Carrillo (3-5), who was punished with nine touchdowns and 12 hits in three 1/3 innings. .

At Los Mochis, Tilman Pugh hit a three-run homer, Alejo López hit 3-2 with an RBI and Esteban Quiroz added an RBI single of one more in the Cañeros’ 7-5 victory over the Charros de Jalisco.

Fabián Cota (4-3) delivered a brilliant six-inning scoreless start with a two-hitter and eight strikeouts to win the game. Adrián Guzmán (3-4) took the loss after allowing three touchdowns and seven hits in 4 2/3 innings.

At Hermosillo, Edgar Bravo hit a solo home run and Ricardo Serrano hit 3-2 with an RBI to propel the Sultanes de Monterrey to a 3-1 victory over the Naranjeros.

Jeff Kinley (2-2) won the game a scoreless inning in relief work, and Jeffrey Singer (2-2) lost it after allowing one run and two hits in one inning.

In Guasave, David Reyes delivered a solid opening and the Águilas de Mexicali beat the Algodoneros 3-2.

Reyes (5-4) completed seven solid innings shooting two-run, five-hitter for the victory. The disaster went to the record of Fernando Miranda (4-4) after two scores and five hits in five innings.

Daniel Castro was 4-2 with a triple and an RBI, and Joey Terdoslavich added an RBI single of one more for the Eagles.

In Mazatlan, Major League Baseball Isaac Paredes hit a two-run homer and Randy Remo hit an RBI double of two more on a four-touchdown attack in the fifth inning, and Ricardo Serrano hit an RBI single in the sixth to break a tie and give the Venados a 5-4 victory over the Tomateros de Culiacán.

Iván Zabala (3-2) retired a blank episode to win the game. Starter Edgar Arredondo (0-2) lost after allowing five touchdowns and nine hits in 5 2/3 innings.

In the second round, Navojoa and Mexicali lead the circuit with a record of 11-8, followed by Hermosillo (10-9), Mazatlán (10-9), Obregón (10-9), Guasave (10-9), Monterrey ( 9-9), Culiacán (9-10), Jalisco (7-11) and Los Mochis (6-13).