Jasmine Smith slapped a line drive single in the bottom of the seventh inning which scored Katelyn Redmill with the game-winning run as Toutle Lake came back for an 11-10 win over Onalaska in Central 2B League softball on Tuesday in Toutle.
TL (16-4, 12-2 league) had 16 hits. Redmill was 5-5 with a double, two runs scored and three RBIs, Kaylee Florek was 2-4 with a home run and two RBIs, and Keeley Studebaker-Smith was 2-3 with a double and three runs. Sienna Rudd was 2-4 with a double, Smith was 2-3, and Kendal Bennett added a hit and an RBI.
Smith pitched four innings, allowing an earned run on eight hits with two strikeouts. Florek tossed three innings of three-hit relief, allowing an earned run.
Tigers two-time Willamina: Clatskanie ran its record to 20-0, 10-0 in the Coastal Range League following a doubleheader sweep of the Bulldogs on Tuesday in Willamina.
Clatskanie won the opener 11-6, and took the nightcap 22-2 in five innings.
The Tigers had 10 hits in the opener. Shelby Blodgett was 3-5 with a double and two RBIs, Maris Jackson was 2-5, Kami Harrison had a double and two RBIs, Trinity Hamm added a double, and Olivia Sprague scored three times.
Kaity Sizemore scattered seven hits and struck out five in the win.
In the nightcap, Clatskanie took advantage of 10 hits and seven Willamina errors. Alexis Smith was 2-3 with a triple, three runs and two RBIs, Jackson was 2-4 with three RBIs and two runs, and Sprague was 2-2 with two RBIs and two runs. Hamm was 2-4 with a double, two RBIs and four runs, Blodgett had a home run, three runs and two RBIs, and Julie Thomas, Jayden Makinson Sizemore and Harrison scored two runs apiece.
Sizemore allowed two hits and struck out three in three innings, and Blodgett twirled two hitless innings of relief with three strikeouts.
Columbians blank Warrenton: Rainier had little trouble turning away Warrenton, beating the Warriors 10-0 and 11-0 in a pair of five-inning Coastal Range League games on Tuesday in Rainier.
In the opener, Rainier (12-8, 6-4 league) had eight hits. Kim Brusco had a home run and two RBIs, Kyla Howell slapped a double, triple and collected an RBI, Emmalee Melvin had a double, scored two runs and had an RBI, Hailey Pierce added a double and an RBI, and Taleah King drove in three runs. King scattered three hits and struck out four in the win.
In game two, the Columbians had 11 hits. Paige Kellar was 3-4 with two RBIs and three runs scored, King was 2-3 with two RBIs, and Qira Faught was 2-2. Reese Schimmel had a double and two RBIs, Melvin had two runs and two RBIs, and Alexis Crape slapped a double. King pitched three innings and allowed three hits with a strikeout, and Kyla Cook tossed two innings of three-hit relief with two strikeouts.
Woodland 9, Prairie 1: Olivia Grey twirled a one-hitter and struck out 18 for the Beavers in a nonleague win on Tuesday in Brush Prairie.
Also for Woodland (17-0), Kaily Christensen was 3-3 with a double, Maddi Bungre was 2-3, and Kat Paloutzian and Kelly Sweyer each slapped a double.
Winlock 14, Rainier, Wash. 1 (5 innings): Raychel Squibb and Makayla Albritton each hit home runs as the Cardinals flew away to a Central 2B League win on Tuesday in Winlock.
Winlock (13-5, 9-5 league) had 12 hits. Squibb also had a triple, scored two runs and knocked in a run, and Albritton had three RBIs. Cheleena Squibb had a triple, double and scored two runs, Jenna Jones was 2-3 with two RBIs, Sabrena Barragan was 2-2 with an RBI, and Karlie Jones had a triple, two RBIs and scored twice.
Jenna Jones scattered five hits and struck out 10 for the win.
Naselle 16, Muckleshoot Tribal 3 (5 innings): Haley Eastham was 2-2 with a double and two RBIs as the Comets won a nonleague game on Tuesday in Naselle.
Lily Harman added a triple and scored four times, Taylor Gudmundsen had a double and scored three runs, and Courtney Paul and Kenzie Glenn scored four and three runs, respectively.
Paul scattered three hits and struck out one in four innings, and Brynn Tarabochia added a hitless inning of relief with a strikeout.
Kelso 17, Fort Vancouver 0 (5 innings): Freshman Sydney Parsons legged-out an inside-the-park home run, collected three RBIs and was a standout at catcher as the Lassies rolled to a Greater St. Helens 3A League win on Monday in Vancouver.
Kelso (12-7, 10-4 league) had 11 hits. Hailey Jackson was 3-3 with a triple and two doubles, CJ Gutenberger had two doubles, and Lizzy Olney and Courtney Parsons added a double apiece.
Jackson started and pitched three innings, allowing a hit with nine strikeouts. Courtney Parsons tossed two innings of one-hit relief with five strikeouts.
Greater St. Helens 3A League Championships: Kelso’s Liz Dolan carded a second round score of 80 to finish with a 36-hole score of 158 and earn medalist honors after the final day of the tournament at the Tri-Mountain Golf Course on Tuesday in Ridgefield.
Fort Vancouver’s Kiana Coburn had rounds of 79-86 for 165 to place second.
Mountain View won the team title with 731, followed by Kelso with 844. Both teams advanced to the West Central/Southwest Bi-District Championships during May 13-14 at McCormick Woods in Port Orchard.
Also for the Lassies, Kelli Rakoz had rounds of 113-101 for 214 for 12th place, Kylee Gibbs carded 111-118 for 229 and 14th place, and Grace Forster fired 119-124 for 243 and 15th place.
Greater St. Helens 2A League Championships: Woodland’s Abby Bozarth and Rayleah Trice finished 1-2 as the Beavers won the team title at the tournament held at the Lewis River Golf Course on Tuesday in Woodland.
The Southwest 2A District Championships will be held May 14-15 at the Capital City Golf Course in Lacey.
Woodland finished with 163, followed by Columbia River with 138. Mark Morris was third with 111, and R.A. Long sixth with 85.
Bozarth finished with an 89, and Trice carded 92. Also for Woodland, Erin Madsen was 11th with 111, Zoe Jouwsma was 19th with 120, and Hannah Landrigan was 26th with 141.
For MM, Clarissa Escudero was sixth with 97, Cassie Catlin placed 12th with 115, Mariah Fleckenstein was 13th with 116, and Ella Hedlund placed 22nd with 127.
RAL’s Josie Nickerson was fifth with 96, Piper Ngugen carded 99 for eighth, and Kobey Roberts had 135 for 25th place.
Wahkiakum 164, Three Rivers Christian 217, Northwest Christian 243: Tyler St. Onge carded a medal round of 37 as the Mules won a three-team match at the Skyline Golf Course on Tuesday in Cathlamet.
Also for Wahkiakum, Zach Johnston carded 38, Logan LaBerge had a 41, and Elijah Doiron added a 48.
Cole Shipman paced Three Rivers Christian with 50.
Defending district champion Wahkiakum and Three Rivers Christian will play in the Southwest 2B District Championships on Monday in Tumwater.
Woodland 3, Tumwater 2: The Beavers punched their ticket to state after scoring three goals in the first half of their Southwest 2A District Tournament semifinal victory on Tuesday in Tumwater.
Woodland (12-3-2) plays Columbia River in the district title game at 7 tonight at Columbia River.
Aidan Thrall converted a feed from Jesse Thrall in the 11th minute, Jesse Thrall fed Gaige Pilot for a goal in the 37th minute, and Jesse Thrall scored off an assist from Aidan Thrall in the 40th minute.
Treyson Thrall had three saves in goal, and Owen Terhorst was a standout.
Kalama 6, Rainier, Wash. 1: The Chinooks scored three runs in the first and fifth innings to punch their ticket to state and advance to the championship game of the Southwest 2B District Tournament on Tuesday at Mossyrock.
Kalama (20-2) plays Adna in the district title game at 4 p.m. Saturday at W.F. West.
Tommy Brandenburg paced the Kalama attack, going 4-4 with a double and scored two runs. Hayden Wilson had a double and two RBIs, and Chase Staup added a hit and two RBIs.
Bradey Vance scattered two hits, walked five and struck out seven through 6 2/3 innings, and Brandenburg tossed 2/3 of an inning of hitless relief with a strikeout.
Wahkiakum 16, Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 1 (5 innings): James Anderson fired a one-hitter and struck out 12 as the Mules won a Southwest 2B District Tournament loser-out game on Tuesday in Adna.
Wahkiakum (12-7) plays Ocosta in another loser-out game at 3 p.m. Friday in Adna.
“We hit the ball well, were aggressive on the basepaths, and James threw strikes,” Wahkiakum coach Marc Niemeyer said. “That’s the ingredients for success.”
Anderson also helped his cause, going 3-4 with a double and two RBIs. Ashden Niemeyer was 3-3 with two doubles and five RBIs, Chance Cothren and KC Beery had a single and two RBIs apiece, Luke Brown had a single and an RBI, and Brody and Beau Carlson each had a hit.
Tumwater 10, R.A. Long 2: The Lumberjacks made four errors and were held to seven hits in a Southwest 2A District Tournament game on Tuesday in Tumwater.
RAL (9-10) plays Centralia in a loser-out game at 6 p.m. Wednesday at W.F. West.
Ryan Plampin was 2-3 with an RBI, Mitchell Berquist was 2-4, and Tanner Allen added a double and an RBI.
Jadon Williamson started and pitched an inning, allowing three earned runs on three hits with three strikeouts. Kevin Barnett tossed 3 2/3 relief innings, allowing five earned runs on eight hits with three strikeouts and two walks, and Allen gave up three hits and an earned run in 1 1/3 relief innings.
Castle Rock 4, White Salmon 1: The Rockets remained undefeated in Southwest 1A League play after winning a pair of singles and two doubles matches on Tuesday at home.
For CR (10-2, 8-0 league), Jenna LaFontaine won 6-2, 6-4, and Grace Pelletier won 7-5, 6-1. In doubles, Paige Mershon and Erica Thwaites won 6-0, 6-2, and Megan Keeling and Hanna Lair were victorious 6-1, 6-0.
Montesano 4, Three Rivers Christian 1: Bailee Williams-Wallace won her singles match, but the Eagles came out on the wrong end of a Southwest 1A League match on Tuesday in Montesano.
Williams won 6-1, 6-1.
TRC is now 4-6, 3-5 in league.
Red Devils sweep Chemeketa: Lower Columbia College had a combined 28 hits in an NWAC South Region softball sweep of the Storm on Tuesday in Salem.
LCC (26-11, 17-9 region) won the opener 8-2, and took the nightcap 14-4.
In the opener, Chemeketa jumped to a 2-0 lead after two innings, but the Red Devils responded with four runs in the third highlighted by a three-run homer from Lauren Lunt.
LCC collected nine hits. Valeti Fifita had four hits including two doubles and an RBI, Sophia Parsons had three hits including two doubles and three RBIs, and Kinzey Williams added an RBI single.
Trinity Naugle twirled the complete-game victory.
In the nightcap, the Red Devils trailed 4-3 after three innings, but took the lead after scoring two runs in the fourth. Sarah Potwin slugged a home run, a double and a single and collected three RBIs, Williams had four hits including a triple and an RBI, and Saydie Harris had two doubles. Fifita had two singles and a double, Skylar Hunter had two hits with a double and an RBI, Lunt had two singles and two RBIs, and Parsons added two hits and an RBI.
Nizhoni Wheeler pitched the complete-game win.