Wednesday Prep Roundup: North Beach rallies to top Hoquiam JV

  • Thu Apr 20th, 2017 1:30am
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Hyaks 11, Grizzlies JV 10

OCEAN SHORES — North Beach rallied to put up two runs in the bottom of the seventh and defeat the Hoquiam junior varsity at North Bay Park on Wednesday.

The Hyaks (2-8) put two runners on with back-to-back walks to start their half of the seventh before Chance Beck drove in the tying run with a single.

From there, North Beach benefited from some erratic pitching from the Grizzlies as the next three batters were all hit by pitches to plate the winning run.

“I’m really happy with the patience at the plate that my guys showed tonight,” North Beach head coach Dave Hinchen said. “They were selective, putting the ball in play. It was the best overall game that we have played all year.”

North Beach hosts Lake Quinault today.

Hoq JV 020 052 1 — 10 5 2 NBeach 310 041 2 — 11 5 2

Rivera, Larson (2), Emery (4), Elsos (5), Odell (6) and Eaton, Rivera (4); Pinnell, Pope (5) and Pope, Beck (5).

RBI: Hoquiam — Eaton, Odell, Muro, Larson, Elsos, Brown. NB — Pinnell 2, Beck, Pope, Castenada, Larson, Nessa. Triples: Hoquiam — Rivera. Doubles: Hoquiam — Wakefield. NB — Nessa.

Winning pitcher — Pope (three strikeouts, three walks). Losing pitcher — Odell (three strikeouts, five walks).


Bobcats 14, Thunderbirds 12

TUMWATER — Aberdeen out dueled Tumwater in an Evergreen 2A Conference game on Wednesday.

The Bobcats (2-2, 2-3) batted around the order in three different innings and played strong defense behind the pitching of Jillian Swor to come away with the win.

“It was a huge win,” Aberdeen head coach Scott Wilson said. “The defense was outstanding today, we made plays when we needed to make them. Everybody just played great. It was just the little things that went well for us.”

Swor and Reagan Glanz each had four hits on the day to help spark the Bobcat offense.

Aberdeen travels to Black Hills Friday.

Abe 060 053 0 — 14 19 3 Tum 201 023 4 — 12 13 4

Swor, McDaniel (7) and Glanz; Vessey and May.

RBI: Aberdeen — Glanz 4, Swor 2, McDaniel 2, Stopsen 2, Hammond. Tumwater — Pleasant 3, Seaton 3, May 2, Carpenter, Potwin. Home run: Tumwater — May. Doubles: Aberdeen — Glanz, Swor, Stopsen. Tumwater — Carpenter, Cunningham. Four hits: Aberdeen — Glanz, Swor. Three hits: Aberdeen — McDaniel. Tumwater — Glasqo.

Winning pitcher — Swor (four walks). Losing pitcher — Vessey (two strikeouts, five walks).

Titans sweep Mounties

PE ELL — Hosting winless Rainier, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley took care of business in sweeping this Central 2B League doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon.

Dakota Brooks and Katie Adkins shared a three-inning no-hitter in the opener, a 15-0 win. In the nightcap, Katie and Kamryn Adkins finished with a one-hitter in a 15-0, four-inning win.

On Senior Night, seniors Brooks, Railey Smith and Abby Hodel each hit a home run in the two games.

Smith finished with two inside-the-park home runs, including a grand slam in the opener, and led the Titans (14-0 overall) with seven RBI.

Hodel also had an inside-the-park home run in the first game, while Brooks’ home run cleared the fence in the first game as well.

“Today was about the seniors,” PWV head coach Ken Olson said. “The pitchers threw well and we just had an all-around good day.”

On Wednesday, PWV travels to Napavine.

Game 1

Rainier 000 — 0 0 2 PWV 375 — 15 12 0

Simpson and Johnson; Brooks, Kat. Atkins (2) and G. Hodel.

RBI: PWV — Ka. Atkins, Pollard 2, Brooks, Smith 5, A. Hodel. Three hits: PWV — Pollard. Two hits: PWV — Ka. Atkins, Brooks. Home runs: PWV — Brooks, A. Hodel, Smith. Triples: PWV — McGough, Pollard. Doubles: PWV — Brooks, Pollard.

Winning pitcher — Brooks (two strikeouts). Losing pitcher — Simpson (four walks).

Game 2

Rainier 000 0 — 0 1 3 PWV 740 4 — 15 13 1

Simpson and Johnson; Kam. Atkins, Kat. Atkins (2) and G. Hodel.

RBI: PWV — Pollard 2, Brooks, Patrick, G. Hodel 2, Peterson 2, Kam. Atkins 2, Smith 2. Two hits: PWV — Pollard, Brooks, G. Hodel. Home run: PWV — Smith. Triples: PWV — Pollard, Peterson, A. Hodel. Doubles: PWV — Pollard, Brooks 2, G. Hodel, Kam. Atkins.

Winning pitcher — Kam. Atkins. Losing pitcher — Simpson (one walk).

Loggerettes sweep Chitwhins

TAHOLAH — Wishkah slugged its way past Taholah 15-2 (5) and 26-1 (3) in a Coastal 1B League doubleheader on Wednesday.

The Loggerettes (4-1) showed off pop in the second inning of each contest, putting up seven runs in the first game and plating 19 runs in the nightcap.

“For us not having too many games, we are really keeping our bats going,” Wishkah head coach Tove Reibel said. “I’m really proud of the girls.”

Reibel cited Erika Bomhoff, who went 6-7 from the plate on the day, and Emily Olson, who pitched the second game, for their performances.

“(Wishkah) had very controlled pitching and their base running was outstanding,” Taholah head coach Chuck Burnett said. “We’re very young, but I was happy with how we hit the ball.”

Burnett cited Ruby Pope and Teresa Billie for their performances.

Wishkah hosts Naselle today.

Game 1

Wishkah 071 25 — 15 16 0 Taholah 200 00 — 2 6 4

Hill and VanBlaircom; Pope and Billie.

RBI: Wishkah — Hill 2, Robertson 2, Bomhoff, Clevenger, Olson, Ancich, VanBlaircom, Thompson, Warren. Taholah — Billie, McCrory. Doubles: Wishkah – Hill, Olson, Bomhoff, Warren. Four hits: Wishkah — Robertson. Three hits: Warren, Bomhoff, Olson. Two hits: Wishkah — Hill, Ancich, VanBlaircom. Taholah — Pope, Billie.

Winning pitcher — Hill (five strikeouts, one walk). Losing pitcher — Pope (one strikeout, two walks).

Game 2

Taholah 100 — 1 2 1 Wishkah 7(19)X — 26 13 0

Billie, Mail (1), Underwood (2) and Pope; Olson, Bomhoff (2) and VanBlaircom.

RBI: Wishkah — Olson 4, Robertson 3, Bomhoff 3, Thompson 3, Ancich 2, VanBlaircom 2, Hill. Triples: Wishkah — Bomhoff. Doubles: Wishkah — Bomhoff, Robertson, Olson 2, Warren. Three hits: Wishkah — Bomhoff. Two hits: Wishkah — Thompson, Olson, Hill, Warren.

Winning pitcher — Olson (three walks). Losing pitcher — Billie (one strikeout, two walks).

Track &Field

T’Birds sweep Bobcats

At Miller Junior High, Aberdeen grabbed a bushel of personal-best times and marks in the rain during this Evergreen 2A Conference dual meet with Tumwater on Wednesday afternoon.

The T’Birds claimed both meets — 88-48 in the boys meet and 100-32 in the girls meet. The Bobcats got eight wins on the day, led by Jeshue Manwell’s wins in the long jump (19-1) and triple jump (40-0).

“On a rainy day, all athletes performed well, and there were a slew of PRs again,” AHS head coach April Meissener said. “Both teams rested kids because of Chehalis Activators meet (this weekend.”

Faith Cardenas won the 400m sprint with a two-second PR, with Melissa May winning the 1,600m run with a PR and Emmy Walsh in the javelin. Bryan Sidor won the 200m with a PR time, along with Gordon Shaw in the 3,200m and Braden Castleberry-Taylor in the javelin.

On Friday, Aberdeen will be at the two-day Chehalis Activators meet.

Comet Invitational

NASELLE — North River and Taholah won five events apiece at the Naselle Comet Invitational on Tuesday.

Dylan James (boys long jump and triple jump) and Celisha Ralston (girls shot put and discus) were double winners for the Chitwhins. James set a school record of 17-10 in the long jump. Taholah’s Denise Dolan captured the girls javelin with a personal-best throw of 99-9.

North River’s Forrest Carbaugh doubled in the boys 400 and 800 meters, setting a school record of 57.38 in the 400. The Mustangs also swept the boys hurdles, with Nathaniel Baughman winning the short hurdles and Zachary White the 300 hurdles.

North River’s lone girls victory came from Ruby Gumaelius in the 1,600m.

Wishkah nabbed three titles, from Brooke Haskey in the girls 200 meters, Will Fultz in the boys 100 and Duncan Palmgren in the boys pole vault.

Mary M. Knight, Knappa, Ore., and host Naselle also competed in the meet. Top-three placewinners from Taholah, Wishkah, North River and Mary M. Knight.


100 — 12.13 — 1. Will Fultz (Wish). 3. Austin Fries (MK). 200 — 2. Fultz (Wish). 3. Fries (MK). 400 — 57.38— 1. Forrest Carbaugh (NR). 3. Zachary White (NR). 800 — 2:21.94 — 1. Carbaugh (NR). 3,200 — 2. Duncan Palmgren (Wish). 3. White (NR). 110 H — 21.5 — 1. Nathaniel Baughman (NR). 2. White (NR). 3. Marty Fultz (Wish). 300 H — 1. White (NR). 2. Baughman (NR). 4×100 R — 3. Taholah. 4×400 R — 3. North River. Shot — 2. Ian Frost (MK). Disc — 154-6 — 1. Frost (MK). 3. Carbaugh (NR). Jav — 2. Frost (MK). 3. Baughman (NR). HJ — 3. Zack Thompson (MK). PV — 10-0 — Palmgren (Wish). LJ — 17-0 — 1. Dylan James (Tah). 2. W. Fultz (Wish). TJ — 38-1 — 1. James (Tah).


100 — 13.56 — 1. Kaylee Sowle (MK). 2. Kaitlyn Ferry (Wish). 3. Tomika Grover (Tah). 200 — 31.23 — 1. Brooke Haskey (Wish). 400 — 3. Ferry (Wish). 800 — 2. Denise Dolan (Tah). 3. Ruby Gumaelius (NR). 1,600 — 6:31.75 — 1. Gumaelius (NR). 3,200 — 2. Georgia Clark (NR). 3. Kaitlyn Jaeger (NR). 100 H — 3. Haskey (Wish). 300 H — 2. Haskey (Wish). 3. Leanna White (NR). 4×100 R — 2. North River. 4×400 R — 2. North River. 3. Wishkah. Shot — 30-2 — 1. Celisha Ralston (Tah). Disc — 102-11 — 1. Ralston (Tah). 3. Angel Ellis (Tah). Jav — 99-9 — 1. Dolan (Tah). HJ — 5-0 — 1. Sowle (MK). LJ — 16-2 — 1. Sowle (MK). 2. Haskey (Wish). TJ – 31-8 — 1. Sowle (MK). 3. Ferry (Wish).