Friday Prep Roundup: Grizzly girls turn on the power to beat Black Hills


Grizzlies 11, Wolves 6

Home runs by Hannah Hliboki and Kayla Hilliard lifted Hoquiam past Black Hills in a non-league game Friday at Gable Park.

Hliboki hit a two-run home run in the second inning and Hilliard added a two-run HR in the fourth. The Grizzlies (1-1) outhit the Wolves, 16-8.

Hliboki had four hits for the Grizzlies and Hilliard added three hits. Winning pitcher Hliboki struck out two and had no walks.

“We hit well up and down the lineup,” said HHS head coach Keith Reynvaan. “Hannah pitched well and the defense let her down a little in the fifth inning (the Wolves scored five in that inning).”

Today, the Grizzlies will host the Bobcats in an afternoon game at Gable Park.

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Elliott, Tarrow (2) and Tauscher. Hliboki and Burnett.

RBI: Black Hills — Ward 3, Tauscher, Maloney. Hoquiam — Hilliard 2, Paladin 2, Hliboki 2, Burnett 2, Bradley.

Four hits: Hoquiam — Hliboki. Three hits: Hoquiam — Hilliard. Two hits: Black Hills — Tauscher, Maloney. Hoquiam — Bradley, Paladin. Home runs: Hoquiam — Hliboki, Hilliard. Doubles: Hoquiam — Bradley, Walker, Hilliard 2.

Winning pitcher — Hliboki (two strikeouts, no walks). Losing pitcher — Elliott (one strikeout, no walks).

Hyaks 16, Wildcats 1

OYEHUT — Madi Ivey drove in four runs with a pair of doubles as North Beach trounced Ocosta in a Pacific League game shortened to three innings by the 15-run mercy rule.

Cora Pope pitched a three-hitter for the Hyaks, who were making their season debut.

“We are a young team,” first-year head coach Ron Aguirre said. “In the three weeks we’ve been practicing, we’ve come a long way.”

North Beach capitalized on walks and miscues to score nine runs in the first.

“We’re hitting the ball, we’re hitting it right at people,” Ocosta coach Jason Barnum said.

The Hyaks host Naselle in a league doubleheader today. The Wildcats (0-1, 0-2) travel to Tenino for a non-leaguer today.

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Sweeney and Rutzer; C. Pope and Markishtum.

Two hits: North Beach — Ivey. Doubles: North Beach — Ivey 2.

Winning pitcher — Pope (walked two; struck out four). Losing pitcher — Sweeney (walked seven; struck out six).

Loggerettes sweep

OAKVILLE — Teagan Louthan tossed a one-hitter in both games of a doubleheader as Wishkah swept Oakville, 15-0 and 12-1, on Friday at Oakville.

The Loggerettes (2-0) won the first game in three innings and the second game in five innings due to the mercy rule.

“In the first inning, we started out with a few walks and we started capitalizing on them with smart baserunning,” said Wishkah head coach Tove Reibel.

Sam Bernhardy tripled in the third inning of the first game for Wishkah.

“We picked up where we left off in the second game,” said Reibel. “We put in the younger players to experience some time at bat. Overall, I am happy with the team.”

On Wednesday, Wishkah will host the Hoquiam junior varsity.

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Louthan and Bernhardy. Bramer (catcher n/a).

RBI: Wishkah — Park, Fry 2, Ancich.

Two hits: Wishkah — Park, Fry. Triples: Wishkah — Bernhardy.

Winning pitcher — Louthan (six strikeouts, no walks). Losing pitcher —Bramer (two strikeouts, 10 walks).

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Louthan and Bernhardy. Bramer (catcher n/a).

RBI: Wishkah — Hill 2, Ancich, Louthan, Olson. Oakville — Bramer.

Two hits: Wishkah — Olson, Ancich.

Winning pitcher — Louthan (seven strikeouts, two walks). Losing pitcher — Bramer (one strikeout, eight walks).


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