Wednesday Prep Roundup: Wishkah scored five runs in seventh inning with two outs to edge North Beach


Loggerettes 8, Hyaks 7

WISHKAH — Down 7-3 entering the bottom of the seventh inning, Wishkah scored five runs with two outs to knock off rival North Beach in this non-league contest on Wednesday afternoon.

With two outs, Emily Olson and Aleha Park hit back-to-back RBI doubles. Ally Ancich stroked an RBI single, then substitute Allison Cushing ended the game with a two-run double for the Loggerettes (12-2).

“We were struggling defensively to start the game,” Wishkah head coach Tove Reibel said. “The rally in the seventh brought us together and we fought hard to win it. It was nice to come out of this game with a win.”

Teagan Louthan picked up the win for Wishkah, striking out 14 and walking two. Cora Pope got the loss for North Beach (10-3), striking out three and walking one.

Coach Reibel cited Cushing for her focus coming off the bench late in the game to provide the game-winning hit.

On Monday, Wishkah hits the road to take on Forks in a doubleheader.

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Pope and Takagi; Louthan and Bernhardy.

RBI: North Beach — Morrow 3, Dycus, Papp. Wishkah — Bernhardy, Olson, Park, Ancich, C. Rurup, Cushing 2. Three hits: Wishkah — Ally Ancich, Tiana Warren. Two hits: North Beach — Markishtum, Papp. Wishkah — Bernhardy, Olson, Park. Doubles: North Beach — Pope, Papp. Wishkah — Bernhardy, Fry, Olson, Park, H. Rurup, Cushing.

Winning pitcher — Louthan (14 strikeouts, two walks). Losing pitcher — Pope (three strikeouts, one walk).


Grizzlies split

Kyle Standstipher’s pitching gem in the second game gave Hoquiam a 6-1 victory over Tenino and a split of their Evergreen 1A League doubleheader Wednesday at Olympic Stadium.

Tenino won the opening game by an identical 6-1 count.

The split relegated the Grizzlies (12-6, 13-6) to the league’s fourth seed and a date with top-ranked Woodland in the opening round of district competition at noon Tuesday at Castle Rock.

Standstipher threw a six-hitter, striking out 12, in the second game Wednesday.

“Kyle was spectacular,” HHS coach Steve Jump said. “Probably the best game I’ve seen him pitch since last season’s postseason.”

The Grizzlies provided all the necessary support with a four-run first inning. Singles by Josh Bishop and Jerod Steen, a walk to Blake Kelly and Joel Brydon’s run-scoring fielder’s choice grounder produced the first run. Tristan Stutesman then delivered a two-run single and later scored on a passed ball.

Kolton McKittrick limited Hoquiam to three hits in the opening game. The Grizzlies committed all four of their errors in the first four innings.

“Their pitcher did a great job,” Jump said. “Tenino played with a lot of enthusiasm and we couldn’t match that.”

Sammy Lowder’s single drove in Jack Skinner with Hoquiam’s lone run in the second inning.

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McKittrick and Zack Chamberlain; Jump, Lowder (4), Stutesman (7) and Skinner.

RBI: Tenino — Cleves, Hill 2. Hoquiam — Lowder. Two hits: Tenino — Hill, Pier. Triples: Tenino — Cleves. Doubles: Tenino — Hill. Hoquiam — Brydon.

Winning pitcher — McKittrick (walked four; struck out five). Losing pitcher — Jump (walked five; struck out three).

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Cleves, (reliever unavailable) and Zack Chamberlain; Kyle Standstipher and Skinner.

RBI: Tenino — Zack Chamberlain. Hoquiam — Stutesman 2, Bishop, Brydon. Two hits: Hoquiam — Bishop, Steen. Doubles: Hoquiam — Bishop, Kolby Standstipher.

Winning pitcher — Kyle Standstipher (walked five; struck out 12). Losing pitcher — Cleves (walked four; struck out one).

Navigators 11, Wolfpack 0

AMANDA PARK — Matthew Thomas pitched a five-inning no-hitter as Northwest Christian blanked Twin Valley on Wednesday to end the Lake Quinault-Wishkah combine’s inaugural season.

The Navigators scored in every inning but the second in earning a tie with North Beach for the league title. In a coin flip conducted earlier in the day, Northwest Christian will be the top seed and North Beach second in district competition.

The Wolfpack ended its season with a 3-9 record.

Thomas struck out nine. Twin Valley’s Kobe Kalama and Gavin Baltzell came close to hits in the fourth inning, but their hard shots were right at the second baseman.

Twin Valley coach Keith Samplawski cited seniors Ochoa (from Lake Quinault) and Baltzell (from Wishkah). They were honored in Senior Day ceremonies.

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Thomas and Griffin; Kalama, Anderson (3) and Silva, Kalama (3).

RBI: Northwest Christian — Stottlemeyer, Dominguez, N. Kosieroski, P. Kosieroski 2, Griffin. Two hits: Northwest Christian — Stottlemeyer, Dominguez, N. Kosieroski, P. Kosieroski, Griffin. Triples: Northwest Christian — N. Kosiersoksi. Doubles: Northwest Christian — Stottlemeyer.

Winning pitcher — Thomas (struck out nine). Losing pitcher — Kalama (walked two; struck out one).


Bobcats 5, Hawks 1

LACEY — Winning every contested match, Aberdeen trounced River Ridge in an Evergreen 2A Conference match Wednesday at Lacey.

The Bobcats (3-8) were unable to field a complete team and forfeited the third singles. They still handily prevailed against a River Ridge team composed of first-year players.

Aberdeen freshman Katie Cournoyer, elevated from junior varsity doubles to No. 1 singles, won her singles match in straight sets.

“She’s really stepped up and is playing well,” Aberdeen coach Ashley Kohlmeier said.

The Bobcats are scheduled to close out league play at Capital on Friday.

Katie Cournoyer (A) def. Dasha Imes, 6-1, 6-3; Cathy Cristobal (A) def. Elizabeth Habbs, 6-1, 6-0; River Ridge won third singles by forfeit; Ali Morris-Kianna Little (A) def. Amy Davison-Gabriela Targat, 6-0, 6-0; Gabby Richters-Maria Farias (A) def. Emily Chandler-Savannah Stone, 6-1, 6-2; Gladis Guzman-Brenda Barrera (A) def. Jenny Lam-Kimberly Reyes, 6-3, 6-3.

Montesano 4, Stevenson 1

STEVENSON — Adding a couple of singles victories to its traditional sweep of the doubles, Montesano downed Stevenson in a Southwest Washington 1A League match Wednesday at Stevenson.

Monte’s doubles teams of April Easter-Katie Ayres and Bailey Malizia-Elizabeth Taborski remained unbeaten for the season with decisive victories.

Hunter Hancock and Gillen Reinertsen added singles wins for Montesano’s Bulldogs (3-3).

Reinertsen edged Kerri Coutu, 7-6, 7-6, dropping only three points in the two tiebreakers.

“She controlled the tiebreaks completely,” Montesano coach Theresa Helland reported.

Montesano’s home match with White Salmon has been shifted from Friday to Wednesday. The Bulldogs entertain Castle Rock on Monday.

Mattie Olson (S) def. Ally McHatton, 6-2, 6-3; Hunter Hancock (M) def. Brianna Campbell, 6-1, 6-0; Gillen Reinertsen (M) def. Kerri Coutu, 7-6 (7-1), 7-6 (7-2); April Easter-Katie Ayres (M) def. Beca Gonser-Melissa Turner, 6-0, 6-0; Bailey Malizia-Elizabeth Taborski (M) def. D’Elanna Rhodehamel-Yarlin Magana-Isordia, 6-2, 6-0.


South Sound JV meet

LACEY — Aberdeen managed a handful of top-six finishes in the South Sound JV Championships on Wednesday at South Sound Stadium.

Bobcat junior Miguel Galeana placed fourth in the boys 400 meters. Aberdeen’s Sophie Hillebrant was fourth in the girls shot and teammates Savannah Stolen and Ashlynn Everson took fourth and fifth in the girls javelin.

Jeran Paris was sixth in the boys 3,200 meters, while Maddy Van Blaricom was sixth in the girls discus.

The meet was limited to those who had not qualified for subdistrict competition.

“We had a lot of kids enter events that weren’t their typical events and they did fairly well,” Bobcat coach Sherrie Green said.

The Bobcats will compete in Tumwater’s Shaner Invitational on Friday.


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