Prep Roundup 3/28


Hyaks 5, Loggerettes 4

OYEHUT — Maria Garman’s run-scoring triple capped a wild seventh inning to give North Beach a dramatic win over Wishkah in a non-league game Wednesday at Oyehut.

Down 3-1 after six innings, Wishkah rallied with three runs in the top of the seventh. Hannah Olson’s two-run double tied it and her sister Emily followed with a run-scoring double to give the Loggerettes the lead.

Mariah Pope doubled, however, to open North Beach’s half of the same inning and scored the tying run on Nikkie Linderman’s bunt single.

One out later, Garman tripled into the gap in right-center to end it.

The Hyaks (2-0) have won both their games with seventh-inning rallies.

“The girls are showing great resiliency,” North Beach coach Maynard Reed said. “They’re going out and are confident in their hitting.”

The Pope sisters, Mariah and Cora, were cited for fine play. Cora Pope was the winning pitcher and helped her cause with a solo homer.

Teagan Louthan had three hits, including a triple, for the Loggerettes (2-1).

“Our mental errors got to us a little bit at the end,” Wishkah coach Tove Reibel said. “They’re growing and I’m really proud of where we’re at. We see this big advancement and that’s what I want from this team.”

The Hyaks host Oakville in a doubleheader today. The Loggerettes travel to Naselle on April 10.

Wish 100 000 3 — 4 9 5 NB 010 200 2 — 5 5 7

Louthan and H. Olson; C. Pope and Takagi.

RBI: Wishkah —Louthan, H. Olson 2, E. Olson. North Beach — M. Garman, C. Pope, Linderman.Three hits: Wishkah — Louthan, H. Olson.. Home runs: North Beach — C. Pope. Triples: Wishkah — Louthan. North Beach — M. Garman. Doubles: Wishkah — H. Olson, E. Olson. North Beach — M. Pope.

Winning pitcher —C. Pope (walked seven; struck out 12). Losing pitcher — Louthan (walked three; struck out 11).

Papermakers 9, Bulldogs 2

CAMAS — Class 4A Camas slammed 13 hits, including two homers and a pair of triples, to beat Montesano in a non-league game Tuesday at Camas.

The Papermakers, who placed in the state 3A tournament last year, also benefited from eight Bulldog errors. Many of those were outfield muffs that allowed batters to take extra bases on hits.

Camas, which scored in every inning but the first, is coached by former Aberdeen coach Ken Nidick.

Courtney Swan and Justine Nuckols had three hits apiece, while LeeAnn Rhoden added two hits for Monte (0-2). All three were cited by Bulldog coach Pat Pace for their offensive contributions.

“We stranded eight runners in scoring position, so we’re not executing at the plate at the right time,” Pace noted. “I do have to give credit to Camas. They’re a very talented team.”

The Bulldogs are scheduled to open league play today with a doubleheader at Forks.

Mon 000 100 1 — 2 10 8 Cam 013 311 x — 9 13 4

Didion, Schneider (5) and Swan; Hubbel, Schroeder (2) and Tauscher.

RBI: Montesano — Cairone. Camas — Aathus 3, Smith 2, Welborn, Richards, Farnham, Schroeder. Three hits: Montesano — Swan, Nuckols. Camas — Welborn. Two hits: Montesano — Rhoden. Camas — Richards, Aathus, Schroeder. Home runs: Camas — Schroeder, Aathus. Triples: Camas — Aathus, Grindy. Doubles: Montesano — Swan, Nuckols.

Winning pitcher — Schroeder (walked one; struck out 11). Losing pitcher — Didion (walked three; struck out seven).

Comets 15, Acorns 13

OAKVILLE — Naselle scored twice in the 10th inning to outlast Oakville in a non-league game Wednesday at Oakville.

Starting with a runner at second base in the International Tiebreaker, the Comets (1-3) snapped a 13-all tie on Kenzie Mathews’ run-scoring single in the 10th. Kirsten Scrabeck followed with an RBI double.

Naselle center fielder Shae Trost made a spectacular catch and doubled the runner off second to helped deny the Acorns (0-3) in the bottom of the 10th.

“A heartbreaker,” Oakville coach Casey Doyle said. “We came back to tie it on four separate occasions. I couldn’t have been more proud of our effort.”

“We were going back and forth the whole time,” Naselle coach Rebekah Wirkkala said.

Victoria Corona had four hits, including a home run, and Kirsten Scrabeck drove in four runs for Naselle.

Desiray Klatush and Heather Daniels had three hits each for Oakville. Doyle cited the pitching of Brianna Bramer, who went the distance in the pitching circle.

The Acorns travel to Oakville today.

Nas 340 121 011 2 — 15 15 n/a Oak 200 602 111 0 — 13 18 n/a.

Corona and Scrabeck; Bramer and McElvain.

Four hits: Naselle — Corona. Three hits: Naselle — Mathews, Scrabeck. Oakville — Klatush, Daniels. Two hits: Oakville — N. Lewis, Hawkes, Davis. Home runs: Naselle — Corona. Doubles: Naselle — Corona, Trost, Scrabeck 2. Oakville — Daniels, N. Lewis, Davis, M. Ortivez.

Winning pitcher — Corona (walked six; struck out seven). Losing pitcher — Bramer (walked five; struck out 10).


Hyaks 7, Loggers 1

OCEAN SHORES — Knollen Hottendorf delivered three hits, including a pair of doubles, as North Beach downed Wishkah in a non-league contest Wednesday at the North Bay Park.

Josh Takagi scattered seven hits in a complete-game win. The Hyak pitcher struck out seven and did not issue a walk.

Wishkah pitcher Keigan Gardiner struck out eight in his three-inning stint.

“We hit the ball but we just couldn’t put anything together,” Wishkah coach Travis Warren said. “And they capitalized on all our mistakes.

The Hyaks (1-1) host Oakville in a doubleheader today. The Loggers (0-3) will be idle until entertaining Northwest Christian on April 8.

Wish 000 100 0 — 1 7 3 NB 103 021 x — 7 9 0

K. Gardiner, Baltzell (4) and Mitchell; Takagi and Chong.

RBI: Wishkah — J. Anderson. North Beach — Turner, Hottendorf 2, Gonzales. Three hits: North Beach — Hottendorf. Two hits: Wishkah — B. Barber. Doubles: North Beach — Hottendorf 2, Gonzales. Wishkah — G. Quintero.

Winning pitcher — Takagi (walked none; struck out seven). Losing pitcher — K. Gardiner (walked one; struck out eight).

Wildcats 22, Owls 6

WESTPORT — Cashing in on 16 walks, Ocosta strolled past inexperienced Mary M. Knight in a non-league game Wednesday at GAR Park.

The Wildcats (4-4) sent 25 batters plateward in a 19-run first inning that included 12 walks and two hit batters. The Owls have revived their baseball program following a 25-year absence.

“The biggest thing was they had difficulty throwing strikes in the first inning,” Ocosta coach Jason Quinby said. “It was a walk-fest for quite a while. It was nice because we got to play our bench guys. And Mary M. Knight never gave up, they kept a real positive attitude all the time.”

Kurt Bambauer and Cristian Ibarra had two hits each for the Wildcats.

Ocosta will be idle until visiting Oakville on April 8.

MMK 000 3 3 — 6 7 2 Oco (19)20 1 X — 22 8 4

Oien, McGee (1), Anderson (1), Diggle (2) and Diggle, Oien (2); Campos, Hart (2), E. Tucker (4) and Krigbaum, Dickinson (3), Hart (5).

Two hits: Mary M. Knight — Oien, J. Anderson 2. Ocosta — Bambauer, Ibarra. Triples: Ocosta — Hart. Doubles: Knight — Oien. Ocosta — Ibarra.

Winning pitcher — Campos (walked none; struck out three). Losing pitcher — Oien (walked five; struck out none).