Monday’s Prep Roundup: Hyaks drub Navigators in baseball


Hyaks 17, Navigators 4

OCEAN SHORES — Winning pitcher Josh Takagi helped his own cause with three doubles and five RBIs as North Beach emphatically avenged an earlier loss to Northwest Christian in a Pacific League game Monday at North Bay Park.

The Hyaks (5-1, 6-4) scored in each of the first four innings in closing out the game via the 10-run mercy rule.

Takagi ripped two-run doubles in the second and third innings and added an RBI two-bagger in the fourth. Pedro Gonzales drove in four runs and Joseph Wegner added three RBIs for the Hyaks.

North Beach coach Rob Schreiber, whose team has won five straight league contests following an 8-2 loss at Northwest Christian, said his team has become more aggressive at the plate.

“What we’ve been doing is attacking the ball in 2-0, 3-1 counts,” Schreiber said. “Today it was great. And good baserunning again today.”

The Hyaks are scheduled to host the Montesano junior varsity today.

N.W. Christian 110 02 — 4 5 3 North Beach 348 2x — 17 9 1

Thomas, Griffin (3), Dominguez (3) and Stottlemyer; Takagi and Beck.

RBI: Northwest Christian — Dominguez, N. Kosierowski, Woolridge. North Beach — Takagi 5, Gonzales 4, Wegner 3, Edelin 2, Towery, Beck. Three hits: North Beach — Takagi. Two hits: North Beach — Beck, Wegner. Doubles: Northwest Christian — Dominguez. North Beach — Takagi 3, Gonzales, Wegner.

Winning pitcher — Takagi (walked five; struck out six). Losing pitcher — Thomas (walked seven; struck out four).

Cougars 4, Bobcats 1

Christian Rohrer pitched a three-hitter as Capital topped Aberdeen in an Evergreen 2A Conference game Monday at Pioneer Park’s Ken Waite Field.

Bobcat pitchers Josh Collett and Deon Schlesser combined on a two-hitter. Both hits, by Mitchell Dooley, followed walks and hit batters and combined to produce three runs.

Rohrer, meanwhile, was working on a one-hitter through five innings. Chase Johnson doubled and scored on Schlesser’s single in the sixth, but the Bobcats (3-9, 3-10) were unable to sustain the attack.

“They had a kid who didn’t throw very hard,” AHS coach Shon Schreiber said. “We never made an adjustment, kept popping up or striking out.”

Collett and Schlesser were cited for their pitching.

The Bobcats are scheduled to host River Ridge today.

Capital 002 020 0 — 4 2 1 Aberdeen 000 001 0 — 1 3 1

Rohrer and Jenkins; Collett, Schlesser (7) and Turner.

RBI: Capital — Dooley 3. Aberdeen — Schlesser. Two hits: Capital — Dooley. Doubles: Aberdeen — Johnson.

Winning pitcher — Rohrer (walked none; struck out six). Losing pitcher — Collett (walked four; struck out five).

JV — Capital 7, Aberdeen 4.

Comets 8, Wildcats 1

NASELLE — Sam Scrabeck’s three-run double in the sixth inning keyed a late Naselle explosion that sealed a Pacific League victory over Ocosta on Monday at Naselle.

The Wildcats (1-4 in league) mustered six hits, but were unable to score until the seventh. Matthew Clark singled and eventually plated on a wild pitch.

Michael Dewood and Caleb Tackett had two hits each for Ocosta.

“They have a little better hitting and played a little better defense than we did,” Ocosta coach Ben Quinby said. “We looked a lot younger (than them).”

Ocosta is scheduled to face Twin Valley on Wednesday at Lake Quinault.

Ocosta 000 000 1 — 1 6 3 Naselle 003 014 x — 8 7 0

Clark, Tackett (4) and Tackett, Thomas (4); York and Bergeson.

RBI: Naselle — S. Scrabeck 4, Jordan 2. Two hits: Ocosta — Dewood, Tackett. Naselle — Williams, Jordan. Doubles: Ocosta — Dewood. Naselle — S. Scrabeck, J. Scrabeck, Jordan.

Winning pitcher — York (walked one; struck out five). Losing pitcher — Clark (walked none; struck out three).


Wildcats 16, Comets 8

NASELLE — Scoring in all but the second inning, Ocosta took advantage of Naselle’s miscues in the field and walks from the circle to win this Pacific League contest on Monday afternoon.

Courtney Rutzer’s three-run double in the Wildcats’ five-run fifth inning sealed the game. Rutzer finished with three hits and three RBI. Starter Alexa Sweeney picked up the win in 3-plus innings of work, striking out two and walking three.

“It was windy and cold; we started slow, but the girls picked it up,” Ocosta head coach Jason Barnum said. “They were plagued by wals and errors. We took advantage of them, got some key hits.”

On Wednesday, Ocosta (2-2, 4-4) travels to Wishkah for a league contest.

Ocosta 203 351 2 — 16 7 5 Naselle 131 020 1 — 8 2 5

Sweeney, Fletcher (4) and Rutzer; Eaton and Leeland.

RBI: Ocosta — Orton, Hurlbert 2, Parker, Rutzer 3, Fletcher, Alton 2. Naselle — Leeland, Smith. Three hits: Ocosta — Rutzer. Two hits: Ocosta — Fletcher. Triple: Naselle — Leeland. Double: Ocosta — Rutzer, Sweeney.

Winning pitcher — Sweeney (two strikeouts, three walks). Losing pitcher — Eaton (six strikeouts, six walks).

Cougars 7, Bobcats 1

OLYMPIA — A sacrifice fly by Alexxi Timmons in the top of the first inning became Aberdeen’s lone run of the game as Capital scored seven unanswered runs and forced the Bobcats to strand runners in his Evergreen 2A game on Monday.

The Bobcats (3-7, 3-9) stranded eight runners on base, six of them in scoring position. Aberdeen twice loaded the bases with no outs, but stranded the runners without scoring a run. The Bobcats also finished with five errors.

“It is the same thing — we’d get runners on, but not get a key hit; we’d give up a walk or an error and they’d get a ket hit,” AHS head coach Jeff Timmons said. “That’s been the difference. No timely hits and errors got to us again.”

Alexxi Timmons led the Bobcats with two doubles, with Katie Hammonds adding two hits, including a double. Erin Kuhn took the loss in the circle, striking out one and walking one.

Today, Aberdeen hits the road to take on River Ridge.

Aberdeen 100 000 0 — 1 8 5 Capital 210 220 x — 7 11 0

Kuhn and Timmons; Lincoln and Erickson.

RBI: Aberdeen — Timmons. Capital — Wilson, Erickson, Williams, Lincoln, Wofford. Three hits: Capital — Wilson. Two hits: Aberdeen — Hammonds, Timmons. Capital — Erickson. Triple: Capital — Lincoln. Doubles: Aberdeen — Timmons 2, Hammonds. Capital — Wilson.

Winning pitcher — Lincoln (five strikeouts). Losing pitcher — Kuhn (one strikeout, one walk).


Grizzlies 188, Warriors 320

Hoquiam’s girls registered their season-low score in a Southwest Washington 1A League victory over Rochester in a makeup match Monday at Highland Golf Course.

Brittany Nations and Emma Estes shot personal-best scores of 45 apiece in sharing medalist honors.

“Everyone’s improved their average,” Hoquiam coach Patty Sundstrom said. “I’m unbelievably proud of these girls.”

The Grizzlies entertain Ilwaco this afternoon.

Rochester (320) — Sidnee Gronka 73, Mati Ashton 69, Kyra Letteer 77, Natalie Bethune 101.

Hoquiam (188) — Brittany Nations 45, Kelci Parker 51, Emma Estes 45, Megan Gibson 48, Katie Skolrood 50, Dylan Belcher 51.

Viking boys win

RAYMOND — Willapa Valley easily outdistanced Wahkiakum and North Beach in a Southwest Washington Class B boys match Monday at Willapa Harbor Golf Course.

Nicholas Betrozoff and Cameron McAllister fired rounds of 41 and 44, respectively, to lead the Vikings in a match played in breezy, showery conditions.

Willapa Harbor’s Emily Fluke won the latest round in her tight battle with teammate Emma Lorton to earn medalist honors for the girls. Fluke carded a 55, one stroke lower than Lorton.

On Thursday, Willapa Harbor travels to Wahkiakum, while North Beach visits Northwest Christian.


Willapa Valley (182) — Nicholas Betrozoff 41, Cameron McAllister 44, Kyler Oblad 48, Dylan Barrett 49, Chase Flemetis 56, Damian Redding 56, Lucky Wood 51, Stephen Camenzind 50.

Wahkiakum (201) — Austin Good 50, Elliot Haney 45, Zach Calvert 48, Brady LaBerge 58, Tanner Bergsing 70.

North Beach (251) — Christopher You 56, Aaron Thomas 66, Nolan Bouma 59, Ryan Turner 70, Alex Daniel 74.

Raymond — Jace Duckworth 57, Tysen Stephens 61, Lucas Metcalf 78.

South Bend — Matthew Lewis 59.


Willapa Harbor — Emily Fluke 55, Emma Lorton 56, Krystal Johnson 75.


Wolves 4, Bobcats 1

Rain took away the final singles match of the day, but Black Hills scored enough points to win this Evergreen 2A dual meet over Aberdeen at Sam Benn Courts on Monday.

Ali Morris and McKenzie Martin won their No. 1 doubles match for the Bobcats in straight sets. Kianna Little was leading early in the second set before her match with Virginia Dalietos was called due to rain at 7-5, 1-2.

“Kianna, in her first set, her points were incredibly long and her games were incredibly long,” AHS head coach Ashley Kohlmeier said. “She hustled to every point. She was the epitome of the tennis player I want on my team. She was disappointed not to finish the match.”

On Wednesday, Aberdeen (2-5) travels to Centralia.

Bailey Weatherby (BH) def. Rachael Hulscher 6-0, 6-2. Kianna Little (A) leads Virginia Dalietos 7-5, 1-2. Natalie Patton (BH) def. Gabby Richters 6-1, 6-0. Ali Morris-McKenzie Martin (A) def. Kira Fredericks-Jessica Armstrong 6-2, 6-0. Josie Armstrong-Moriah Brannberg (BH) def. Jade Caskey-Briana Mao-Barry 6-2, 6-4. Meredith Sayler-Brittney Riser (BH) def. Brandy Santos-Anna Cournoyer 6-0, 6-1.


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