Thursday Sports Roundup: Aberdeen dominates Chehalis in soccer

Bobcats club Chehalis in soccer 7-0


Bobcats 7, Bearcats 0

Six players divided the scoring as Aberdeen dominated Chehalis in an Evergreen 2A Conference match Thursday at Stewart Field.

Miguel Torres scored twice and Luis Martinez, Tony Oropeza, Damon McCormick, Robby Lewis and Alejandro Felipe once each for the Bobcats (1-1, 4-2). Aberdeen outshot the Bearcats, 25-4.

“Overall, a very solid performance for our team in every aspect of the game,” Aberdeen coach Larry Fleming said. “Everyone played well and we created and scored on some terrific buildups.”

Oropeza opened the scoring in the fifth minute by heading home a cross from Torres. Martinez converted a pass from Oropeza. A header from Oropeza set up McCormick in the 20th minute and Torres buried a 30-yard shot to give the Bobcats a 4-0 halftime lead.

Lewis, a sweeper temporarily moving up to striker, highlighted the second-half scoring with a 40-yard shot into the upper right corner. Oropeza and Cesar Corona assisted on Aberdeen’s final two goals.

Felipe, McCormick, David Housden and Brandon Hulscher were credited by Fleming with solid outings.

Luis Soto and Enrique Cuevas scored to give the Bobcats a 2-1 junior varsity victory.

The Bobcats will be idle until visiting Black Hills on April 7.


Eagles 10, Beavers 0

ELMA — Destry Dineen pitched a four-hitter as Elma blanked Tenino in an Evergreen 1A League opener shortened to five innings by the 10-run mercy rule.

Dineen helped her own cause with three hits, with Peyton Elliott and Quin Mikel also contributing three hits.

Elliott’s output included a two-run homer in the fourth inning. Elma (1-0, 2-0) scored in every inning.

“Destry pitched a good game,” Elma coach Roger Elliott said. “I thought the girls came up and got a few clutch hits, stole some bases and played pretty good defense.”

The Eagles return from spring break by facing North Mason on April 10.

Tenino 000 00 — 0 4 1

Elma 122 23 — 10 15 2

Gubbe and Snyder; Dineen and Elliott.

RBI: Elma — Dineen, Elliott 4, Kaylee Rambo, Sayler, Mikel, Olson. Three hits: Elma — Dineen, Elliott, Mikel. Two hits: Tenino — Gubbe, Snyder. Elma — Kaylee Rambo. Kali Rambo. Home runs: Elma — Elliott. Doubles: Elma — Dineen, Kaylee Rambo 2, Sayler, Kali Rambo.

Winning pitcher — Dineen (walked none; struck out six). Losing pitcher— Gubbe (walked one; struck out one).

Wildcats sweep Fishermen

WESTPORT — Ocosta slugged its way past Ilwaco in a Pacific 2B League doubleheader at Dorland Park on Thursday. The Wildcats rolled to a 25-0 victory in three innings in the first game and capped the night with a 21-1 win in a mercy rule three innings.

Ocosta (3-0, 9-0) put up 13 runs in the first inning against the Fishermen on Thursday and never looked back, connecting for 16 hits and allowing just one hit in the contest.

In the second game, Ocosta put up 11 runs in the first inning and added 10 more in the third.

“We got off to a good start,” Ocosta head coach Jason Barnum said. “With patience at the plate, we were able to attack and jump on them early. We are hitting the ball very well. With all this rain, we have had a lot of hours in the cage, which has helped us out offensively.”

Kaylee Barnum led the Wildcats offensively in the first game with a home run and a triple to add up eight RBIs.

Makenna Fletcher had two hits and four RBIs to help her cause in the second game.

Ocosta will be off until after Spring Break when they host South Bend in a doubleheader on April 10.

Ocosta (13)66 — 25 16 1

Ilwaco 000 — 0 1 1

Er. Snider and Raffelson; Barnett and Bravo.

RBI: Ocosta — Evalyn Marsh, Er. Snider, Barnum 8, Fletcher 3, Raffelson 3, Huerta. Home Run: Ocosta — Barnum. Triples: Ocosta — Barnum.Doubles: Ocosta — Fletcher, Er. Snider, Raffelson. Three hits: Ocosta — Barnum, Fletcher. Two hits: Ocosta — Marsh, Er. Snider.

Winning Pitcher — Er. Snider (five strikeouts). Losing pitcher — Barnett (three strikeouts, 11 walks).

Ocosta (11)0(10) — 21 10 1

Ilwaco 010 — 1 1 3

Fletcher and Battiste; Barnett and Bennett.

RBI: Ocosta — Marsh, Barnum 3, Fletcher 4, Er. Snider 2. Triples: Ocosta — Marsh, Barnum, Er. Snider. Ilwaco — Barnett. Doubles: Ocosta — Dooley, Er. Snider. Two Hits: Ocosta — Barnum, Fletcher, Er. Snider.

Winning pitcher — Fletcher (five strikeouts, two walks). Losing pitcher —Barnett (four strikeouts, 10 walks).

Hyaks sweep Indians

OYEHUT — North Beach relied upon its offense and patient hitters to knock off South Bend, 17-2 and 19-6, in a Pacific 2B League doubleheader on Thursday afternoon.

Hannah Avery, who picked up the win in both games in the circle for the Hyaks, drove in seven runs combined, including a grand slam in the first inning. Aaliyah Newton had five hits combined and two RBI and Letty Carcaise four hits and five RBI combined for North Beach (1-1, 2-2).

South Bend (1-1, 2-3) was led by Chloe Sawyer, who drove in two runs and took the losses in the circle, and Alise Rohr’s five hits and two RBI combined.

South Bend travels to Chief Leschi on Monday, while North Beach returns from spring break on April 10 against Chief Leschi at home.

S.Bend 110 0 — 2 9 2

N.Beach 376 1 — 17 12 0

Sawyer and Roscus; Avery and Newton.

RBI: South Bend — Viveros, Sawyer. North Beach — Avery 3, J. Garman 2, Carcaise 3, Herbrand, Mackey 2. Two hits: South Bend — Rohr, Sawyer. North Beach — Newton, Avery, J. Garman, Carcaise, Mackey. Triples: North Beach — Carcaise, Avery. Doubles: North Beach — Mackey 2, Avery.

Winning pitcher — Avery (four strikeouts, six walks). Losing pitcher —Sawyer (six strikeouts, six walks).

S.Bend 050 01 — 6 6 1

N.Beach 932 5 — 19 13 0

Rohr and Pickernell; Avery and Newton.

RBI: South Bend — Rohr 2, Roscus, Sawyer, Bradley, Perales. North Beach — Newton 2, Avery 4, J. Garman, Carcaise 2, Anderson 2. Three hits: South Bend — Rohr. North Beach — Newton. Two hits: South Bend — Viveros. North Beach — H. Garman, Carcaise, Mackey. Home run: North Beach — Avery. Triple: North Beach — Carcaise. Double: North Beach — Newton.

Winning pitcher — Avery (six strikeouts, 11 walks). Losing pitcher —Rohr (three strikeouts, six walks).

Elks 23, Warriors 2

PUYALLUP — Alex Blackburn pitched a one-hitter and tripled twice as Lake Quinault crushed Chief Leschi in a non-league game Thursday at Puyallup.

Espy Silva doubled twice and singled for the Elks, who broke things open by totaling 13 runs in the second and third innings.

Chief Leschi is still developing a softball program.

“We’ve been a little longer, I think, and capitalized on stolen bases,” Lake Quinault coach Carlee Larson said. “Alex pitched a great game.”

The Elks (2-1) visit Forks today.

L. Quinault 076 28 — 23 12 1

C. Leschi 011 00 — 2 1 4

Blackburn and Savaadra; Mieke and Jenna.

Three hits: Lake Quinault — Silva. Two hits: Lake Quinault — Blackburn.Triples: Lake Quinault — Blackburn 2. Doubles: Lake Quinault — Silva 2.

Winning pitcher — Blackburn (walked five; struck out 11). Losing pitcher— Mieke (walked 15; struck out six).


Bulldogs 205, Grizzlies 232

Macey Wecker shot a 45 to lead Montesano past Hoquiam in a Southwest Washington 1A League match Thursday at Highland Golf Course.

Mylaina Parker added a 50 as the Bulldogs continued to show good early season form.

Bailey Smith and Jordan Cox led the young Grizzlies with 56s.

“We improved by more than 45 strokes from our first outing,” Hoquiam coach Patty Sundstrom noted. “Even though we aren’t where we should be right now, golf is all about personal improvement and every one of the girls improved. Montesano looked really good.”

Hoquiam visits rival Aberdeen on April 10. Montesano resumes action the following day at Capital.

Montesano (205) — Macey Wecker 45, Glory Grubb 54, Morgan Malizia 60, Lauren Denholm 56, Mylaina Parker 50, Madelyn Prall 60.

Hoquiam (232) — Bailey Smith 56, Josie Emery 58, Jordan Cox 56, Brooke Bogdanovich 62, McKenna Boone 73, Megan Folkers 63.