Bobcats 10, Bulldogs 0 (5)
BELFAIR — Aberdeen senior Josh Collett walked the bases loaded in the first inning, escaped the jam without giving up a hit or a run and used it for motivation to secure a five-inning no-hitter against North Mason on Monday afternoon.
Collett struck out 10 and walked four on the day and kept the host Bulldogs from getting the ball out of the infield. Out of the 15 outs, only one ball left the infield dirt — right to the shortstop for a groundout in the fifth inning.
“In the first inning, he loaded the bases, but then got a 1-2-3 double play and a strikeout to get out of there,” AHS head coach Shon Schreiber said. “(Assistant coach) James Lundgren called the game from the dugout and Josh only shook him off once. They were in a groove.”
Kylan Touch drove in four runs on two hits, including a double, to lead the Bobcats (1-0) at the plate. Jake Metke added three RBI and Brayden Roiko also drove in a run for AHS.
On Wednesday, Aberdeen is scheduled to take on Elma.
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Collett and Touch; Weisman, Dumont (3), Knight (4) and Borah.
RBI: Aberdeen — Touch 4, Metke 3, Roiko. Two hits: Aberdeen — Touch. Double: Aberdeen — Metke, Touch.
Winning pitcher — Collett (10 strikeouts, four walks). Losing pitcher — Weisman (four strikeouts, one walk).
JV — Aberdeen 10-1.
T-Birds 6, Bulldogs 5 (8)
TUMWATER — Host Tumwater rallied from a four-run deficit late to force a non-league extra-inning game and a walk-off win in the eighth inning on Monday against Montesano.
The Bulldogs only had four hits in the contest, but led 5-1 after four innings. The T-Birds used a few Monte miscues and walks to tie the game in the sixth inning.
In the seventh, Tumwater loaded the bases before it forced a walk-off game-winning RBI walk to win.
“We lost to a very good Tumwater team,” Montesano head coach Mike Osgood said. “Wet field conditions and rain caused some miscues for both clubs. Nate Kloempken pitched five great innings. The guys showed they are ready to compete and go out and get the win the next time on the field.”
Today, Montesano is scheduled to take on Centralia.
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Kloempken, Bates (6), Chapman (6) and Rhoden; Chase, Grotte (5), Behrens (7) and Davis.
Winning pitcher — Behrens. Losing pitcher — Chapman (one strikeout, one walk).
Warriors 6, Grizzlies 5
In a rescheduled contest to avoid the upcoming rain, Rochester posted three runs in the top of the eighth inning and held off a Hoquiam rally in the bottom of the frame in this non-league contest at Olympic Stadium.
Hoquiam parlayed five walks in the bottom of the eighth inning to score two runs and cut the deficit to 6-5. Rochester put three hits together to push three runs across in the top of the eighth.
“We got the tough side tonight; we hit into three double plays with the bases loaded,” HHS head coach Steve Jump said. “This loss will make us better. We need to come out with more grit. We’re going to win the games that matter and this has been some good non-league games for us.”
Zach Spradlin took the loss on the mound after Brody Bennett went seven innings to start for Hoquiam. Jackson Folkers and Marques Rivera each had one RBI in the contest.
On Saturday, Hoquiam (1-3) will travel to Castle Rock.
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Warden, Wintrip (4), Snyder (6) and Edmunster; Bennett, Spradlin (8) and Folkers.
RBI: Rochester — McCarthy 2, Edmunster, Winters, Warden. Hoquiam — Folkers, Rivera. Two hits: Rochester — Edmunster, Saderback. Hoquiam — Odell, Spradlin. Doubles: Rochester — Collar, Saderback. Hoquiam — Spradlin.
Winning pitcher — Snyder (four strikeouts, five walks). Losing pitcher — Spradlin (one strikeout).
Cardinals 6, Titans 5
PE ELL — A three-run seventh inning for visiting Winlock spoiled Pe Ell-Willapa Valley’s season opener in Central 2B League play on Monday.
Leading 5-3 after six innings, the Titans put in reliever Kaelin Jurek to close out the seventh inning. The Cardinals used three singles up the middle to push three runs across to take the lead.
“They jumped on him; Kaelin throws hard and that was what they were looking for,” PWV assistant coach Kelly Barnum said. “Luke Gerow saw his first high school action and he pitched awesome.”
Cub Bair had an RBI for the Titans, with Jurek getting two stolen bases and Tyson Nissell had a single and two runs scored.
On Wednesday, PWV (0-1) heads down to Toutle Lake.
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Dean, Cook (3) and Whitehead; Bair, Gerow (3), Jurek (7) and Jurek, Bair (7).
Winning pitcher — Cook. Losing pitcher — Jurek (one strikeout).
Comets 23, Elks 2 (5)
NASELLE — Lake Quinault scored the first two runs, but it would be Naselle controlling the offense from there as the Comets rolled the Elks in a Coastal 1B League contest on Monday.
The Elks struggled by allowing 18 walks over four innings and 11 passed balls in the second inning to help Naselle post nine runs each in the second and third innings.
“For not being outside more than a couple times, the kids came out ready to play,” Lake Quinault head coach Keith Samplawski said. “There were just a lot of physical errors from not being on a field much. Our pitching killed us. If our pitching isn’t accurate then our defense isn’t ready and we just fell apart.”
Samplawski cited Allen Espinoza, who had two hits including a triple, for his performance at the plate and eighth-grader Jesus Mendoza, who recorded his first strikeout, for his performance on the mound.
Lake Quinault will travel to Wishkah on Thursday.
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DeMarco, Dominguez (2), Espinoza (3), Mendoza (3) and Dominguez, DeMarco (2), Delacruz (3), Dominguez (3); Edwards, Lindstrom (4) and Strange.
RBI: Lake Quinault — Escobar. Naselle — Edwards 4, Scrabeck 2, Lindstrom, Dorman. Triples: Lake Quinault — Espinoza. Naselle — Edwards. Doubles: Naselle — Edwards, Scrabeck. Two hits: Lake Quinault — Espinoza. Naselle — Edwards, Scrabeck.
Winning pitcher — Edwards (seven strikeouts). Losing pitcher — DeMarco (one strikeout, two walks).
Titans sweep Cardinals
PE ELL — Pe Ell-Willapa Valley was perfect on Monday. Dakota Brooks and Kamryn Adkins each threw a 3-inning perfect game against Wilock in a Central 2B League doubleheader.
After the first two batters flew out, Brooks struck out the next seven batters she faced to finish the contest. Adkins struck out four as her defense helped keep any Cardinals from reaching base on the day.
“(Brooks) velocity was up and she was really hitting her spots,” PWV head coach Ken Olson said. “(Adkins) has decent speed and the ball moves a lot.”
Adkins helped Brooks’ cause in the first game with three hits, while Brooks helped Adkins’ cause with three hits.
Eight different players got a hit for the Titans in the second game.
“It was just our second time out on the dirt,” Olson said. “To come out and do what we did tonight is good to see.”
The win was the 300th career victory for Olson, who spent almost two decades at Centralia and is in his third season at PWV.
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Squibb and Dunlap; Brooks and G. Hodel.
RBI: PWV — G. Hodel 3, Patrick 2, McGough 2, Kam. Adkins, Smith. Triples: PWV — Brooks, McGough, Smith. Doubles: PWV — Kam. Adkins, G. Hodel. Three Hits: PWV — Kam. Adkins.
Winning pitcher — Brooks (seven strikeouts). Losing pitcher — Squibb.
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Squibb and Dunlap; Kam. Adkins and G. Hodel.
RBI: PWV — Kam. Adkins, Pollard, Brooks, Patrick, Kat. Adkins. Home Run: PWV — G. Hodel. Triples: PWV — McGough 2, Pollard, Patrick. Doubles: PWV — A. Hodel, Brooks. Three hits: PWV — Brooks.
Winning pitcher — Kam. Adkins (four strikeouts). Losing pitcher — Squibb.
Wildcats sweep Warriors
WESTPORT — It didn’t take long for Ocosta to roll into mid-season form as the Wildcats notched two no-hitters in a sweep of Chief Leschi in a Pacific 2B League doubleheader at Dorland Park on Monday.
Erika Snider notched seven strikeouts over three innings to lead the Wildcats (2-0) to a 20-0 win in the first game, while freshman Makenna Fletcher struck out seven in three innings to help give the Wildcats a 21-0 win in the nightcap.
Ocosta lit up the scoreboard in the first game with 18 hits, and took advantage of walks and hit batters to roll to the win in the second game.
“It was a little rainy, but we needed to play,” Ocosta head coach Jason Barnum said. “We’ve had maybe eight hours on the field in three weeks. We’ve been in the cage for three weeks, so if you throw the ball over the middle we were ready to hit it.”
In the first game, Evalyn Marsh and Kaylee Barnum each went 4-for-4 from the plate with Barnum hitting a home run, while Snider and Emily Snider each went 3-for-3. Ocosta’s Kristi Raffelson batted in four runs on two triples.
Camryn Scheuber had a double, triple and home run in the second game, with Kaylee Branum adding on a double and home run in her two plate appearances.
Ocosta travels to Onalaska for a make up game today.
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