Elks 2, Acorns 1
OAKVILLE — Jeffrey Diggle’s two-run single to right field was Lake Quinault’s runs for the day and Richy Carlile made it stand up on the mound as the Elks survives a pitcher’s duel with Oakville in this District IV 1B independent contest on Wednesday.
Carlile scattered four Acorn hits, struck out 12 and walked two in the win. Sean Youckton, on the other side of the duel, struck out 15 Elks, walked one and gave up just two hits.
Both of the Elks’ hits came in the fourth inning — a lead-off single by Carlile and Diggle’s two-run single. Diggle drove in Carlile and Dalton Lines for the runs.
Sean Youckton had a lead-off triple in the second inning and he scored on a squeeze bunt from Trey Brown for a 1-0 lead.
“Both teams played well; we got one more timely hit than they did,” Lake Quinault head coach Keith Samplawski said. “Both teams should be proud of the way they played today. This was two very good teams playing each other.”
On Monday, Quinault hosts Wishkah.
LQ 000 200 0 — 2 2 1 Oak 010 000 0 — 1 4 1
Carlile and Kalama; S. Youckton and A. Youckton, Ortivez (7).
RBI: Lake Quinault — Diggle 2. Oakville — Brown. Two hits: Oakville — S. Youckton. Triple: Oakville — S. Youckton.
Winning pitcher — Carlile (12 strikeouts, two walks). Losing pitcher — S. Youckton (15 strikeouts, one walk).
Elma JV 10, Loggers 5
WISHKAH — The bats of Elma’s junior varsity team and Wishkah’s varsity were firing on Wednesday in this non-league matchup.
The JV Eagles scored in all but one inning against the Loggers, with Tristan Robinette leading the team with two hits, including a double, and two RBI. Dakota Quintero led the Loggers with two RBI and five Loggers — Keigan Gardiner, Bo Barber, Jace Anderson, Gavin Baltzell and Chris Thein — had two hits each.
“We were finally swinging the bats,” Wishkah head coach Travis Warren said. “Both teams had a good day on offense.”
Karsten Legg earned the win in relief for Elma’s JV, striking out three in two innings of work. Anderson took the loss, striking out four and walked two.
On Monday, Wishkah travels to Lake Quinault.
Elma JV 021 132 1 — 10 10 2 Wish 102 000 2 — 5 12 2
J. Eaton, Legg (3), Thornock (5) and Hurd; J. Anderson, Baltzell (6) and Mitchell.
RBI: Elma JV — Legg, Ortega, Spencer, Robinette 2, Osgood. Wishkah — J. Anderson, Barber, Quintero 2, Gardiner. Two hits: Elma JV — Thornock, Robinette. Wishkah — Barber, J. Anderson, Baltzell, Thein, Gardiner. Doubles: Elma JV — Ortega, Robinette. Wishkah — Barber, Baltzell, Quintero.
Winning pitcher — Legg (three strikeouts). Losing pitcher — Anderson (four strikeouts, two walks).
Loggerettes 16, Elma JV 4 (5)
WISHKAH — Teagan Louthan struggled a bit with her control, but she delivered a five-inning, one-hit performance in the circle to complement Wishkah’s 18-hit day at the plate against Elma’s junior varsity on Wednesday.
Louthan struck out seven and walked nine in the circle. At the plate, Louthan drove in five runs on four hits, including two home runs. Hannah Olson added four RBI on four hits, including a home run, for the Loggerettes.
“We had a good day at the plate, lots of hits,” Wishkah head coach Tove Reibel said. “Once again, our younger players are connecting with the bats and learning how to run the bases. When you hit three home runs, that really pumps up the girls.”
Hannah Olson stroked a two-run home run in the first inning, followed by Louthan’s solo home run. Louthan ended the game via the mercy rule with a three-run home run to left-center field.
Amanda Pontius took the loss for the Elma JVs, striking out two and walking six.
On Monday, Wishkah travels to Lake Quinault.
Elma JV 011 02 — 4 1 3 Wish 313 54 — 16 18 3
Pontius and Mayberry; Louthan and H. Olson.
RBI: Elma JV — Pontius, Cross, Nader, Thompson. Wishkah — H. Olson 4, Louthan 5, Ancich, Park, Rurup 3, Warren. Four hits: Wishkah — H. Olson, Louthan. Three hits: Wishkah — Burnhardy. Two hits: Wishkah — Ancich, Rurup. Home runs: Wishkah — H. Olson, Louthan 2.
Winning pitcher — Louthan (seven strikeouts, nine walks). Losing pitcher — Pontius (two strikeouts, six walks).
Acorns 20, Elks 10 (5)
OAKVILLE — Host Oakville outscored Lake Quinault, 12-2, in the final three innings of this District IV 1B independent game on Wednesday.
After two innings, the teams were tied at 8-8. The Acorns broke the game open with an eight-run third inning.
“That was the turning point,” Oakville head coach Casey Doyle said. “The girls played hard. It was a fun game, a great day for softball.”
Briana Bramer earned the win in the circle for Oakville and led the team with four RBI at the plate. Mikaila Blackburn took the loss for Quinault, but didn’t disappoint at the plate — a game-high three hits, including a double, and three RBI.
Little Bear Davis, Heather Daniels and Desiree Klatush added three RBI each for the Acorns.
On Monday, Lake Quinault hosts Wishkah.
LQ 350 20 — 10 8 3 Oak 628 22 — 20 11 4
Blackburn, A. Neeland (3) and A. Kelly; B. Bramer and McElvain.
RBI: Lake Quinault — Mullins 2, Blackburn 3, Rushing, A. Kelly 2. Oakville — Klatush 3, Lewis 2, Daniels 3, B. Bramer 4, Davis 3, Ortivez 2, Albert 2. Three hits: Lake Quinault — Blackburn. Oakville — Lewis. Two hits: Lake Quinault — Mullins, A. Kelly. Oakville — Daniels, Davis. Doubles: Lake Quinault — Blackburn, Allen.
Winning pitcher — Bramer (eight strikeouts, seven walks). Losing pitcher — Blackburn (three strikeouts, seven walks).
Track & Field
OLYMPIA — Aberdeen capped its Evergreen 2A dual meet season with a trip to Capital High School and picked up some solid marks and runs on Wednesday afternoon.
The Cougars used their depth to sweep the meets — 88-57 in the boys meet and 112-38 in the girls meet.
Poli Baltazar was Aberdeen’s lone individual double winner, claiming the 1,600 and 3,200-meter runs. Teammate Joseph Bowley claimed the 800m, while Brock Struthers won the javelin.
In the girls meet, Shayne Wilson continued her dominance in the javelin, with McKenzie Brooks wonning the 300 low hurdles.
“Even though it didn’t show in the score, it was one of those meets where we were very happy to be coaching the kids we have,” AHS head coach Sherrie Green said. “It was a good day. Many of the kids were in events they normally don’t run and we got a lot of good performances.”
On Saturday, a select group of Bobcats will go to the Shelton Invitational.
Capital 88, Aberdeen 57
100 — 11.5 — Broxton (C), Dublanko (A), Smith (C). 200 — 24.6 — Broxton (C), Dublanko (A), Smith (C). 400 — 1:00.9 — Setina (C), Galeana (A), Cunningham (C). 800 — 2:02.8 — Bowley (A), Temple (C), Thomas (C). 1600 — 4:30.3 — Baltazar (A), Monk (C), Temple (C). 3200 — 9:58.1 — Baltazar (A), Monk (C), Knutzen (C). 110 HH — 16.4 — Chase (C), Cunningham (C), Gardner (C). 300 IH — 43.8 — Chase (C), Cheema (A), Cunningham (C). 400 R — 50.0 — Aberdeen, Capital. 1600 R — 4:00.9 — Aberdeen, Capital.
PV — 7-6 — Gardner (C), Pust (C), Setina (C). HJ — 5-4 — Miller (C), Smith (C), Rose (A). LJ — 19-9 — Chase (C), Struthers (A), Smith (C). TJ — 39-1 1/2 — Chase (C), Webber (A), Cunningham (C). Shot — 51-9 — Miller (C), Talley (A), Metke (A). Disc — 156-8 — Miller (C), Cunningham (C), Shankman (C). Jav — 160-9 — Struthers (A), Talley (A), Rose (A).
Capital 112, Aberdeen 38
100 — 13.3 — Chamberlin (C), Caskey (A), Brooks (A). 200 — 28.2 — Mack-Wilson (C), Caskey (A), Chamberlin (C). 400 — 1:07.0 — Taylor (C), Willoughby (C), Little (A). 800 — 2:34.1 — Maggi (C), Pierson (C), Ramsey (C). 1600 — 5:28.0 — Pierson (C), Maggi (C), Ramsey (C). 3200 — 12:36.2 — Pierson (C), Farrar (C), Boora (A). 100 HH — 17.1 — Cleveland (C), Brooks (A), Michelbrink (A). 300 LH — 55.1 — Brooks (A), Lang (C), Warheit-Niemi (C). 400 R — 52.8 — Capital, Aberdeen. 800 R — 2:09.7 — Capital. 1600 R — 4:52.0 — Aberdeen, Capital.
PV — 7-0 — Willoughby (C), Belford (C), Mount (C). HJ — 4-4 — Mack-Wilson (C), Rothengas (C), Bekcer (C). LJ — 14-10 — Cleveland (C), Lin (C), Uchiyama (C). TJ — 29-3 — Lin (C), Watts (C), Vick (C). Shot — 29-2 — Young (C), Paris (A), Vick (C). Disc — 85-8 — Vick (C), Walsh (A), Paris (A). Jav — 121-6 — Wilson (A), Walsh (A), Vick (C).
Bearcats 3 (7), Bobcats 3 (6)
At Sam Benn Courts, Aberdeen’s Alex Schultz and Jaime Peterson rallied to win the second and third sets in the No. 2 doubles to help Aberdeen get a tie with Chehalis on Wednesday.
However the visitors came away with the Evergreen 2A dual meet win via the sets won tiebreaker.
AHS head coach Ashley Kohlmeyer cited Amber Rosche for the best match of the day. In the No. 1 singles spot, Rosche trailed 4-1 in the second set to rally to win the set and match by tiebreaker, 7-5, 7-6 (5) over Kyla Richards.
On Friday, Aberdeen hosts Black Hills.
Amber Rosche (A) def. Kyla Richards 7-5, 7-6 (5). Lauryn Wade (C) def. McKenzie Martin 6-4, 6-2. Tess Cummings (C) def. Claire Tangvald 6-2, 6-0. Rachael Schermer-Ali Morris (A) def. Arianne Woodland-Morgan Dunson 6-0, 6-0. Alex Schultz-Jaime Peterson (A) def. Katie Hankins-Julie Spencer 2-6, 7-6 (5), 6-3. Isabelle Vanderstoop-Stevie Heitzman (C) def. Christina Rosche-Yulisa Morelia 6-0, 6-4.
JV — Chehalis 5, Aberdeen 1.
Bulldogs 204, Chinooks Inc.
CHEHALIS — At Lewis River Golf Club, Montesano fielded a full team, led by medalist Kaelyn Walker, to defeat Kalama in this Southwest Washington 1A League match on Wednesday.
Walker carded a two-over 37, even though she recorded a double bogey on the first hole, to lead the Bulldogs. Kalama could only field three golfers in the match.
“We had three career-best scored today, and would have had four if it wasn’t for one bad hole for Madi (Besaw), who still came away with a very respectable 58,” Montesano head coach Lloyd Aldrich said. “Caity (Quinn), Morgan (Geer) and Kaelyn all played outstanding today, highlighted by Kaelyn’s 37.”
Montesano (204) — Kaelyn Walker 37, Caity Quinn 55, Madi Besaw 58, Morgan Geer 54, Sami St. Onge 82, Ashley Aschim 74.
Kalama (Inc.) — Maggie West 60, Hayley Reuter 71, Taylor Beck 83.