Thursday Prep Roundup: Hoquiam girls barely miss double no-hitter


SOFTBALL

Grizzlies sweep

Coming within one out of a double no-hitter, Hoquiam swept aside Rainier, 15-0 and 17-0, in an Evergreen 1A League doubleheader Thursday at John Gable Park.

Bailee Bradley pitched a three-inning no-hitter in the opener. Hannah Hliboki threw 3 2/3 perfect innings in the second contest, before a two-out double in the fourth spoiled her no-hit bid.

Both games were shortened by the 15-run mercy rule.

Kayla Hilliard and Ellie Quercia had three hits apiece for Hoquiam (6-2, 10-3) in the first game.

Hilliard drove in five runs and Brandi Creviston hit an inside-the-park homer in the second contest. Rainier suited up only nine players.

“We went out and played good defense,” Hoquiam coach Keith Reynvaan said. “Our pitchers threw strikes and we were very patient at the plate.”

The Grizzlies host Tenino in another doubleheader Thursday.

Rainier 000 — 0 0 9

Hoquiam 951 — 15 14 0

Day, Ivy (2) and Padilla; Bradley and Stewart.

RBI: Hoquiam — Hilliard 4, Quercia 2, Hliboki 2, Lebon, Gregg, Creviston. Three hits: Hoquiam — Quercia, Hilliard. Two hits: Hoquiam — Bradley, Stewart. Triples: Hoquiam — Stewart. Doubles: Hoquiam — Querica 2, LaLonde, Hilliard.

Winning pitcher — Bradley (walked two; struck out five). Losing pitcher — Day (walked three; struck out none).

Hoquiam 327 5 — 17 10 0

Rainier 000 0 — 0 1 2

Hliboki and Burnett; Padilla, Day (3) and Card, Padilla (3).

RBI: Hoquiam — Hilliard 5, Quercia 2, Creviston 2, Hliboki, Burnett, Bradley. Two hits: Hoquiam — Hilliard, Creviston. Home runs: Hoquiam — Creviston. Triples: Hoquiam — Hilliard, Creviston. Doubles: Hoquiam — Quercia, Hilliard. Rainier — Padilla.

Winning pitcher — Hliboki (walked none; struck out four). Losing pitcher — Padilla (walked seven; struck out none).

Eagles take two

ELMA — Slamming out nine extra-base hits in nine innings, Elma swept Forks, 11-1 and 16-1, in a pair of mercy-rule shortened Evergreen 1A League games Thursday at Eagle Field.

Izzy Cristelli and Sydney Smythe hit two-run home runs in the opening game. Brooke Goldsmith ripped four hits for the Eagles (5-3, 7-5).

Cristelli stroked a pair of doubles among her three hits in the second game, which the Eagles finished off in four innings.

Ashley Cooper was the winning pitcher in both games. as the Eagles increased their winning streak to five games.

“Overall, we’re happy with the wins,” Elma coach Janene Todd said. “We have small details we need to work on and we need to be more consistent throughout our batting order, (but) we’re starting to come together.”

The Eagles visit rival Montesano on Thursday.

Elma 103 205 — 11 17 1

Forks 100 000 — 1 3 4

Cooper, Goldsmith (4) and Elliott; Engeseth and Paul.

RBI: Elma — S. Smythe 4, I. Cristelli 2, Shumate 2, A. Cristelli, Burbidge. Forks — Klahn. Four hits: Elma — Goldsmith. Three hits: Elma — Shumate, S. Smythe, I. Cristelli, Elliott. Forks — Klahn. Home runs: Elma — I. Cristelli, S. Smythe. Triples: Elma — Goldsmith. Doubles: Elma — S. Smythe, Goldsmith.

Winning pitcher — Cooper (walked one; struck out two). Losing pitcher — Engeseth (walked two; struck out none).

Forks 100 0 — 1 1 5

Elma 632 5 — 16 16 0

Adams and Paul; Cooper and Brown, Elliott (3).

RBI: Elma — Goldsmith 2, I. Cristelli 2, Shumate, Cooper, Brown, Burbidge. Three hits: Elma — I. Cristelli. Two hits: Elma — S. Smythe, Shumate, Cooper, Brown, Burbidge, K. Smythe. Doubles: Elma — Goldsmith, I. Cristelli 2, S. Smythe.

Winning pitcher — Cooper (walked one; struck out four). Losing pitcher — Adams (walked four; struck out one).

Loggerettes sweep

WISHKAH — Teagan Louthan allowed only one hit in 10 innings as Wishkah swept aside Naselle, 14-0 and 12-0, in a non-league softball doubleheader Thursday at Wishkah.

Louthan pitched a five-inning no-hitter in the second game and struck out 21 in the two games.

Wishkah coach Tove Reibel, however, was even more impressed with her club’s offensive improvement.

Ally Ancich delivered four hits and Emily Olson added three hits and three RBIs in the opening game.

Louthan led off Wishkah’s first inning with a home run and contributed three hits in the second inning. Olson doubled twice for the Loggerettes (11-1).

“We really had some solid hitting all across our team,” Wishkah coach Tove Reibel said. “This was what we working on this week.”

The Loggerettes, who have a couple of makeup games pending, host Quilcene on Tuesday.

Naselle 000 00 — 0 1 1

Wishkah 192 2x — 14 16 0

T. Eaton and Leeland; Louthan and Bernhardy.

RBI: Wishkah — Louthan 2, Park 2, Olson 3, Ancich 2, Bernhardy 2, H. Rurup. Four hits: Wishkah — Ancich. Three hits: Wishkah— Olson. Two hits: Wishkah — Louthan, Park, Warren, Bernhardy. Triples: Wishkah — Olson. Doubles: Wishkah — Louthan, Park, Ancich, Bernhardy.

Winning pitcher — Louthan (walked one; struck out 12). Losing pitcher — T. Eaton (walked five; struck out three).

Naselle 000 00 — 0 0 2

Wishkah 236 1x — 12 17 2

T. Eaton and Leeland; Louthan and Bernhardy.

RBI: Wishkah — Louthan 3, Park 2, Olson 2, Cushing, Bernhardy, Fry. Three hits: Wishkah — Louthan. Two hits: Wishkah — Park, Olson. Home runs: Wishkah — Louthan. Triples: Wishkah — Bernhardy. Doubles: Wishkah — Olson 2.

Winning pitcher — Louthan (walked none; struck out nine). Losing pitcher — Eaton (walked five; struck out one).

BASEBALL

Eagles win twice

ELMA — Scoring multiple runs in seven innings, Elma swept Forks, 13-3 and 11-1, in an Evergreen 1A League doubleheader Thursday at Eagle Field.

Winning pitcher Austin Neary helped his own cause with three hits and Thomas Hughes drove in three runs for the Eagles (10-5, 12-5) in the opening game.

Elma’s Ricky Escalante hit a solo home run in the first inning, while Neary added a solo shot in the third. The game was shortened to five innings by the 10-run mercy rule.

“Austin Neary threw well for us and we spread the hits around,” Elma coach Scott Rowland said. “The kids put the ball in play really well.”

The Eagles capitalized on walks and errors to score six times in the first inning of the nightcap. Hughes and Cole Thornock had the only hits in that frame.

Nick Camenzind allowed four hits over five innings to pick up the victory in the nightcap.

The Eagles face a critical contest Tuesday at Tenino.

Forks 012 00 — 3 4 4

Elma 304 33 — 13 9 2

Gimlin, Adams (3), Palmer (5) and Hagen; Neary and Swinhart.

RBI: Forks — Moody 2, McGraw. Elma — Hughes 3, Neary 2, Thornock 2, Osgood 2, Escalante, Camenzind, Ortega. Three hits: Elma — Neary. Two hits: Forks — Moody. Home runs: Elma — Neary, Escalante. Triples: Forks — Contreras. Elma — Hughes, Camenzind.

Winning pitcher — Neary (walked three; struck out three). Losing pitcher — Gimlin (walked four; struck out one).

Forks 001 00 — 1 4 6

Elma 602 03 — 11 5 2

Moody, Hagen (2) and Hagen, Moody (2); Camenzind and Swinhart, Hurd (3).

RBI: Forks — Contreras. Elma — Osgood 2, Thornock 2, Hurd 2, Hughes, Carrell. Two hits: Forks — Contreras.

Winning pitcher — Camenzind (walked one; struck out seven). Losing pitcher — Moody (walked four; struck out none).

Grizzlies sweep

Fraternal twins Kyle and Kolby Standstipher picked up pitching wins for Hoquiam on Thursday, with the Grizzlies’ offense leading the way to an Evergreen 1A doubleheader sweep of Rainier, 17-0 and 18-1, at Olympic Stadium.

Kyle Standstipher took the mound in the first game, threw four innings for the win with eight strikeouts and five walks and drove in two runs, along with teammate Josh Bishop for Hoquiam (10-5, 11-5). Joel Brydon led the team with three hits, including two doubles, and three RBI.

In the nightcap, Kolby Standstipher threw three innings, struck out five and walked three for the win. Kolby Standstipher also drove in two runs, along with teammates Sammy Lowder, Bishop, Blake Kelly and Austin Edwards for the Grizzlies. Skyler Jump led the team with two hits and three RBI.

“I thought all of our pitchers threw well,” HHS head coach Steve Jump said. “We had a tough one against Rochester and Elma, facing good pitchers in each of those games. I hope this (sweep) gives us some momentum going into the postseason and into next week, where we have three big games.”

On Tuesday, Hoquiam hosts Forks in a single game.

Rainier 000 00 — 0 1 1

Hoquiam 072 8x — 17 11 0

Rush, Loftgren (3) and Reise; Ky. Standstipher, Brydon (5) and Skinner, Spradlin (5).

RBI: Hoquiam — Bishop 2, Edwards, Kelly, Brydon 3, Stutesman, Spradlin, Ky. Standstipher 2, Anderson, Lowder. Three hits: Hoquiam — Brydon. Two hits: Hoquiam — Bishop. Doubles: Hoquiam — Brydon 2, Bishop 2.

Winning pitcher — Kyle Standstipher (eight strikeouts, five walks). Losing pitcher — Rush (three walks).

Rainier 100 00 — 1 1 1

Hoquiam 565 2x — 18 13 0

Carlson, (unknown relievers) and Chrisman; Kol. Standstipher, Josiah Bretz (4) and Skinner, Spradlin (4).

RBI: Rainier — Froemberg. Hoquiam — Jump 3, Lowder 2, Kol. Standstipher 2, Kelly 2, Bishop 2, Edwards 2, Steen, Stutesman. Two hits: Hoquiam — Bishop, Steen, Kelly, Jump. Triple: Hoquiam — Lowder. Doubles: Hoquiam — Steen, Stutesman.

Winning pitcher — Kol. Standstipher (five strikeouts, three walks). Losing pitcher — Carlson (six walks).

Wolfpack 7, Comets 6

WISHKAH — Jace Anderson pitched a five-hitter as Twin Valley withstood a late Naselle rally in a Pacific League game Thursday at Wishkah.

Anderson authored his first-ever complete game for the Wolfpack, striking out seven.

“Jace pitched exactly how we needed to pitch all year,” Twin Valley coach Keith Samplawski said. “He was changing speeds, he was hitting his locations. He was doing everything a pitcher does and he was really hitting his groove today.”

Kobe Kalama led the Wolfpack attack with three hits, including a lead-off triple that sparked a two-run Twin Valley first inning. Seven players contributed to the Wolfpack’s 10-hit attack.

Leading 6-3 after five innings, Twin Valley (3-7) caught a huge break in the sixth when a Naselle runner missed the plate while coming home on a bases-loaded walk. He was called out on appeal.

“That ended up being a huge part of the game,” Samplawski said.

The Comets scored twice with two outs in the seventh and had the potential tying run on third base when first baseman Jacob Gardiner caught a pop fly between the mound and second base for the final out. Gardiner was cited for his overall defensive work.

Twin Valley faces Ocosta today in a makeup game at Lake Quinault.

Naselle 300 001 2 — 6 5 1

Twin Valley 211 021 x — 7 10 2

Williams, York (4) and Bergeson; Anderson and Kalama.

RBI: Naselle — York, Jordan, TuTu’u, Martinez. Twin Valley — Kalama, Gardiner, Silva, Anderson. Three hits: Twin Valley — Kalama. Two hits: Naselle — Bergeson. Twin Valley — Baltzell. Triples: Twin Valley — Kalama, Baltzell. Doubles: Naselle — S. Scrabeck. Twin Valley — Baltzell.

Winning pitcher — Anderson (walked four; struck out seven). Losing pitcher — Williams (walked one; struck out two).

TRACK & FIELD

North Beach meet

OYEHUT — North Beach’s boys and Willapa Valley’s girls capitalized on outstanding weather conditions to take team honors at a multi-school meet Thursday at Ed Garity Track.

The Hyak boys, with 188 points, finished 46 ahead of runner-up Ocosta. Valley’s girls topped North Beach, 166-132.

With temperatures near the 80-degree mark, marks were very good for all schools.

North Beach honored its four seniors — Quay Sotomish, Carson Ketter, Chris Horn and Briason Moses — prior to the meet. The first two celebrated with multiple wins.

Sotomish established personal bests in all four of her girls events, winning the 100 hurdles and long jump and running strong legs on the 4x100 and 4x200 relays. The latter foursome was clocked in 1:54.1, falling just short of a school record.

Ketter won the 100 meters, ran on the winning sprint relay foursome and established a personal best in the boys javelin.

“The day belonged to our two seniors,” North Beach coach Bob Wiley said.

North Beach’s Caleb Bridge took the shot and discus. Wiley cited the performance of his male discus throwers, who swept the top five places.

Willapa Valley demonstrated its characteristic strength in the girls field events. Lauren Friese cleared 9-6 in the pole vault and the Vikings also received field-event victories from Kate Rockett in the javelin, Shania Barton in the high jump and Brooke Spoor in the triple jump.

Valley’s Matt Konigsberger took more than a second off his previous best in the boys 400 meters.

Taholah’s Jon Jackson, however, edged Konigsberger in a battle of reigning state champions in the javelin.

“I’m pleased with where we’re at in the season and the weather helped out a lot,” Viking coach Dave Ege said. “It was nice to go out to North Beach and not have it rain sideways and be 45 degrees.”

Ocosta’s Alex Herrera was a triple winner in the three jumps, clearing 6 feet in the high jump.

Wildcat coach Aaron Anderson commended McKenzie Ballo, who set a PR in the girls 1,600, and Luke Anderson, who doubled in the 800 and 1,600. Recovering from a quadricep injury, Anderson ran the 1,600 for the first time.

BOYS

North Beach 188, Ocosta 142, Willapa Valley 95, Taholah 22, North River 18.

100 — 11.4 — Ketter (NB), Konigsberger (WV), Buchanan (WV). 200 — 23.7 — Ketter (NB), Gonzales (NB), Chum (O). 400 — 52.5 — Konigsberger (WV), Horn (NB), Mendoza (NB). 800 — 2:19.9 — Anderson (O), Short (O), Jones (O). 1,600 — 5:13.3 — Anderson (O), Jones (O), Fry (NB). 3,200 — 12:58.0 — Mitby (O), Chaurape (NR), Baughman (NR). 110 H — 17.0 — McAra (NB). 300 H — 43.1 — McAra (NB), Keller (NB). 4x100 R — 45.8 — North Beach, Willapa Valley, Ocosta. 4x400 R — 3:49.5 — North Beach, Ocosta.

Shot — 49-4 — C. Bridge (NB), Curleybear (T), Pearson (WV). Disc — 155-6 — C. Bridge (NB), S. Bridge (NB), Horn (NB). Jav — 169-2 — Jackson (T), Konigsberger (WV), Ketter (NB). HJ — 6-0 — Herrera (O), Keller (NB), Silver (O). PV — 10-6 — Cook (WV), Fluke (WV), DeLong (WV). LJ — 17-3 — Herrera (O), Cook (WV), Caballero (O). TJ — 39-7 — Herrera (O), Buchanan (WV), Fry (NB).

GIRLS

Willapa Valley 166, North Beach 132, Ocosta 118, Mary M. Knight 30, North River 16

100 — 13.3 — Rebekah Saul (O), Hodel (WV), Towery (NB). 200 — 28.9 — Rebekah Saul (O), Vogler (NB), Hodel (WV). 400 — 1:04.1 — Rebekah Saul (O), Moore (NB), Ballo (O). 800 — 2:41.2 — Cook (WV), Moore (NB), Krusemark (NB). 1,600 — 6:20.2 — Gundersen (O), Ballo (O), Krusemark (NB). 3,200 — 13:19.6 — Gallo (O), Kudasik (WV), Jaeger (NR). 100 H — 16.7 — Sotomish (NB), K. Friese (WV). 4x100 R — 54.5 — North Beach, Ocosta. 4x200 R — 1:54.1 — North Beach, Ocosta, Willapa Valley. 4x400 R — 4:33.4 — Ocosta, North Beach.

Shot — 33-11 1/2 — Frost (MK), Chapman (WV), O. Fruh (NB). Disc — 110-0 — Frost (MK), Shurtz (O), Rockett (WV). Jav — 104-4 — Rockett (WV), Snyder (MK), Smaciarz (WV). HJ — 4-10 — Barton (WV), Rachael Saul (O), Oberg (NB). PV — 9-6 — L. Friese (WV), Smaciarz (WV), K. Friese (WV). LJ — 15-2 1/2 — Sotomish (NB), Hodel (WV), Oberg (NB). TJ — 30-4 — Spoor (WV), K. Friese (WV), Hodgson (WV).

Naselle meet

NASELLE — A strong effort by Raymond’s boys claimed this six-team small-school meet, while the South Bend girls stayed close to rival Northwest Christian, at Naselle on Thursday afternoon.

In hot weather that affected distance runners, but forced all of the competitors to adjust, the meet featured strong marks with postseason meets on the horizon.

Raymond’s Rayce Newman used the good weather and strong field to match or possibly break the school record in the 100-meter sprint — officially at 11.04 seconds electronically. Jesse Buchanan, in the mid-1990s, set the school record in the event at 11.1 seconds. Seagull coach Mike Tully described Newman’s effort as tying the school mark.

“Overall, it was nice to have some warm weather and get some good times and marks,” Tully said.

Tully cited Newman for his run in the 100m, along with Alex Vaca in the 400m; Hunter Borden for sweeping the hurdles, including a first-time run in the 110m high hurdles that beat his best time from last season; the boys 400-meter relay and Patty Rojas, who won the pole vault.

Makenzie Russell won the high jump and triple jump for South Bend in her first meet back from a knee injury. Head coach Steve Lazelle cited her, along with freshman A.J. Sanchez in the 300 intermediate hurdles and Spencer Case in wins in the javelin and high jump.

Wishkah head coach Bob Eager was pleased with his athletes, singling out freshman Will Fultz, who was third in the 100 and 200 sprints and anchored the Loggers’ second-place 400m relay team, and Ryan Anderson, who hit PRs in the 100, 200 and triple jump.

On Saturday, teams will send some individuals to the Shelton Invitational before returning to dual meet action at Raymond on Thursday.

Boys

Raymond 179, NWC-Lacey 147, South Bend 78, Wishkah 41, Naselle 39, Pe Ell 20.

100 — 11.04 — Newman (R), Thibodeau (NWC), Fultz (Wish). 200 — 22.93 — Newman (R), Thibodeau (NWC), Fultz (Wish). 400 — 53.08 — Vaca (R), Murdock (R), Speer (PE). 800 — 2:08.06 — Bredeson (NWC), Vaca (R), Beck (NWC). 1600 — 4:48.50 — Davis (NWC), Beck (NWC), Stickney (NWC). 3200 — 10:37.16 — Stickney (NWC), Phillips (NWC), Buster (NWC). 110 HH — 15.36 — Borden (R), Freeman (R), Teigen (NWC). 300 IH — 42.92 — Borden (R), Freeman (R), Teigen (NWC). 400 R — 45.99 — Raymond, Wishkah, South Bend. 1600 R — 3:38.30 — Raymond, Northwest Christian.

PV — 11-6 — Wulf (N), Meade (R), Reitz (N). HJ — 5-10 — Case (SB), Koski (R), Johnson (SB). LJ — 18-9 — Johnson (SB), Thibodeau (NWC), Newman (R). TJ — 42-0 — Johnson (SB), See (N), Hansen (SB). Shot — 42-10 1/4 — Ratsavongsy (R), Hamilton (R), Villegas (R). Disc — 115-3 — Berge (W), Kirkman (N), Crow (R). Jav — 147-9 — Case (SB), Berge (W), Ogilve (SB).

Girls

NWC-Lacey 151 1/2, South Bend 135, Raymond 113, Naselle 36, Pe Ell 17 1/2, Wishkah 11.

100 — 12.85 — Collins (SB), Dykes (R), Castro (PE). 200 — 27.17 — Sowers (NWC), Sanchez (SB), Dominguez (NWC). 400 — 1:10.32 — Dominguez (NWC), Oatfield (R). 800 — 2:38.13 — Pearson (SB), Gabel (NWC), Brooks (PE). 1600 — 6:21.70 — Hoffman (NWC), Gabel (NWC), Dunsmoor (R). 3200 — 13:33.48 — Gabel (NWC), Hoffman (SB), Treinen (NWC). 100 HH — 16.98 — Sowers (NWC), Rojas (R), Chapman (N). 300 LH — 48.84 — Sowers (NWC), Chapman (N), Rojas (R). 400 R — 52.78 — South Bend, Raymond, Northwest Christian. 800 R — 1:52.68 — South Bend, Raymond, Naselle. 1600 R — 5:10.51 — Northwest Christian.

PV — 6-0 — Rojas (R). HJ — 5-4 — Russell (SB), Chapman (N), Bennett (SB). LJ — 15-8 1/2 — Sanchez (SB), Dykes (R), Kousonhsavath (SB). TJ — 33-6 — Russell (SB), Kousonhsavath (SB), Dykes (R). Shot — 42-10 1/2 — Bulger (NWC), Staats (SB), Garcia (SB). Disc — 90-11 — Bulger (NWC), Garcia (R), Estes (N). Jav — 148-4 — Bulger (NWC), Schoenberg (NWC), Staats (SB).

GIRLS GOLF

Bulldogs win

ELMA — Montesano used superior depth to edge Elma, 226-230, in a Southwest Washington 1A League match Thursday at Oaksridge Golf Course. Rochester also participated in the match.

Elma’s Lauryn Keating predictably took medalist honors with a 38. The Bulldogs, however, had four players break 60, led by Madi Besaw’s 52 and Joa Yun’s 57.

“Those are by far our best individual scores of the season, so it was nice to see all the kids come together at the same time,” Monte coach Lloyd Aldrich commented. “I think they enjoyed the opportunity to play in some nice weather.”

Montesano (226) — Madi Besaw 52, Brooke Whitsell 58, Ashley Aschim 59, Sami St. Onge 61, Joa Yun 57, Josie Talley 72.

Elma (230) — Lauryn Keating 38, Morgan Rockey 66, Tiana Cox 53, Paige Kershaw 73.

Rochester (304) — Nicole Fry 69, Mati Ashton 66, Kyra Letteer 73, Natalie Bethune 96.

 

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