LOS ANGELES -- Fresh from the minors, Juan Nicasio focused on being efficient with his pitches and throwing strikes. It worked, with Nicasio scattering three hits over seven innings to outduel Clayton Kershaw in the Colorado Rockies 3-0 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday night. "Thats as good of a win as weve had if not all year," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said. Nicasio (5-4) struck out three and walked one after being recalled from the minors. The right-hander was 0-3 with a 6.43 ERA in his last seven outings before being sent down on June 27. He was 1-0 with a 0.82 ERA in two starts at Triple-A Colorado Springs. "Im working on my command, down in the zone, away, sinking," Nicasio said. "Im not thinking too much. I know they have good hitters. You show the hitter you can throw inside." The Dodgers five-game winning streak ended as they fell back to .500. "That was a clutch performance," Weiss said. "To set down a team like that when theyre rolling like they are is impressive." Nicasio earned his first win since May 19, a span of seven starts. His seven innings were the most since he tossed one-hit ball over seven innings against the Dodgers on May 12, 2012, at Dodger Stadium. "To get through (the seventh) was a huge step for him," Weiss said. "We talked about being really aggressive and attacking the strike zone with his stuff. We told him to keep it simple and attack, attack, attack." DJ LeMahieu went 3 for 4 with an RBI for the Rockies, who were 3-8 in their previous 11 games, including a 6-1 loss in the series opener Thursday. He tied a season high with three hits for the fourth time. "We didnt play very well last night so to come back was big," he said. "Juan was unbelievable. For this to be his first start back says a lot about him." Rafael Betancourt pitched the ninth to earn his 14th save in 15 chances. Kershaw (8-6) struck out 10, walked one, and allowed three runs and six hits. "They just put some good at-bats on me, and that just happens sometimes," he said. "You keep battling and try to limit the damage the best you can." The left-hander had been 4-0 with a 1.21 ERA in his seven previous home starts against the Rockies, all victories. Kershaw came in with a 3.25 run support average, and didnt get any help. "It feels like we run into a good pitcher every time Kershaw throws," outfielder Skip Schumaker said. "It would be nice to give him a five-spot every now and then, but it just seems like more times than not were not doing that. Its frustrating because we want to give our boy the win." Typical of Kershaws up-and-down night was Charlie Blackmons at-bat in the second. He fouled the ball off eight times before doubling on the 12th pitch. Colorados Carlos Gonzalez struck out all four times up, and Troy Tulowitzki went 0 for 3 with a walk. But the Rockies pieced together enough offence to stop the surging Dodgers, who were 16-3 in their previous 19 games. Colorado took a 2-0 lead in the first on Tulowitzkis sacrifice fly to centre that scored Dexter Fowler, who singled to lead off. Wilin Rosario followed with a two-out single up the middle that brought home LeMahieu, who singled. LeMahieus RBI single scored Nolan Arenado in the fifth for a 3-0 lead. The Rockies loaded the bases in the eighth before Blackmon grounded out to end the threat. In the bottom of the inning, they turned a double play. Dodgers rookie sensation Yasiel Puig wasnt able to finish the game for the second time in two nights. He was removed after four innings for precautionary reasons due to a sore left hip, going 0 for 2. "It feels a lot better today, but there are a lot of games left in the season," Puig said through an interpreter. "Ill rest, get some treatment and see how it feels tomorrow." 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It was fun to see the underclassmen want to do this for the seniors and the seniors certainly responded and played their part in this. Marion Crowder had two really nice assists and a lot of players stepped up today. Im pleased to get three goals in the final game. Hopefully this is a springboard to future success, not many teams end their season with a win. This is a good momentum builder for us, and to play your best soccer at the end of the season is a good thing.Senior Marion Crowder started the Bulldogs off on the attack, taking a shot in the first minute of play, and the Wildcats came back to take a shot of their own. Georgia and Kentucky kept the ball at midfield for the next ten minutes before Crowder had another look, sailing the ball wide of the net.Kentucky had an opportunity to score in the 16th minute as the Wildcats drew Louise Hogrell out of goal and took a shot that hit the post, allowing the Bulldogs to save the rebound shot.The Bulldogs and Wildcats were scoreless after 45 minutes of play, with Georgia leading Kentucky in shots, 7-5, and corner kicks, 2-1.Another Kentucky attempt fell shorrt in the 52nd minute after the Wildcats beat Louise Hogrell at the goal, but Delaney Fechalos hustled to make the last second save at the line to keep the board clean and notching the second team save of the game.ddddddddddddGeorgia was on the board in the 70th minute as the Bulldogs capitalized off of a counterattack from a Kentucky free kick. Marion Crowder fed the ball to Mariel Gutierrez on the far left side to take the 1-0 lead.Three minutes later, Georgia extended its lead to 2-0 on another counterattack goal as Marion Crowder passed the ball to Kelsey Killean for the score.Georgia scored one more in the 86th minute with Mariel Gutierrez feeding the ball to Katie MacGinnitie for the finish.Kentucky was able to score in the final minute of the game to bring the score to 3-1.With tears in their eyes, seniors reflected on their time in the red and black.Its crazy to think my time here has come to an end, Lauren Tanner said. Ive dedicated my life to this sport and Im so thankful for my coaches, family, and the fans for the continued support.It was a great way to go out, Bria Washington said. Our underclassmen played so well for us and we were able to come out with a win to end the season.Im so happy that I got to end my senior season with a win and we played a great, collective 90 minutes to finish the season, Caroline Waters added. Im always proud to be a Bulldog. ' ' '