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Find out how teams from The Daily News coverage area fared late Saturday and Sunday, May 28-29, 2022.
The Lower Columbia College baseball team began Sunday full of optimism. The Red Devils were looking to stay unbeaten at the NWAC Championships while defending their home turf to book a spot in the championship round of the tournament.
The Lower Columbia College baseball team felt right at home at David Story Field on Friday night, defending their home turf for the second game of the NWAC Baseball Championships. The Red Devils scored early and often and dropped the Saints 17-4 in just seven innings to keep moving ahead in …
On one hand, it only took the regular nine innings this time for Lower Columbia. On the other, a full day of three NWAC tournament games beforehand — including some extra innings — meant that LCC didn’t even take to the turf at Story Field until 8:15 p.m., and didn’t leave it until well after 11.
ROSEBURG, Ore. — The Lower Columbia College baseball game suffered a heartbreaker on Saturday night. After beating Skagit Valley in the morning in a Regional play-in game, the Red Devils blew a 3-1 lead in bottom of the ninth of the opening game of a three-game series with Umpqua in the even…
Find out how teams from The Daily News coverage area fared Saturday evening and Sunday, May 21-22, 2022.
UMPQUA, Ore. — Lower Columbia made one small step on their journey back to David Story Field on Saturday, defeating Skagit Valley 4-3 in the loser-out portion of the Super Regional round of the NWAC playoffs.
SPOKANE — The LCC softball team saw its 2022 season come to a close on the other side of the state, with a 9-2 loss to Walla Walla knocking the Red Devils out of the double-elimination NWAC tournament.
SPOKANE — There were plenty of fireworks in Lower Columbia College’s opening game of the NWAC Championships and Sunny Bennion turned in brightest performance of all to help the Np. 6 Red Devils fend off No. 11 Columbia Basin 15-14.
It wasn’t the finish the Lower Columbia College baseball team had in mind.
VANCOUVER — The Lower Columbia College softball team was burned by a big inning in Game 1 of a doubleheader at Clark on Friday. So the Red Devils returned the favor with a little added dramatic flair in the final inning of Game 2 to earn a split with the Penguins on the final day of the regu…
Monday night’s game at David Story Field felt more like a homecoming than a gathering of foes on the diamond. That’s because former Lower Columbia College skipper Eddie Smith made his return to Longview with his new team in tow — Division I Utah Valley.
Catch up on weekend results from around the area that didn't make Sunday's print deadline.
The Lower Columbia College baseball team simply can’t lose right now. After a rare four-game skid a few weeks back, the Red Devils have rattled off 13 straight wins, culminating in a four-game sweep of Grays Harbor over the weekend to reclaim the top spot in the NWAC West Region.
It’s not every season the Lower Columbia College baseball team adds a non-conference matchup against a Division I program in the heart of its NWAC schedule, but this year a special exception has been made. This week it was announced that the Red Devils will welcome former skipper Eddie Smith…
KELSO — After getting run-ruled in the first game of a doubleheader with Southwester Oregon College on Wednesday, the LCC softball team used some power at the plate to pull off a dramatic 7-6 comeback win over the Lakers in NWAC South Region play.
GRESHAM, Ore. — The Lower Columbia College softball team split a doubleheader with Mt. Hood on Sunday, shaking off a 12-8 loss in the opener to take the night cap 8-4.
The Lower Columbia College baseball team squared off against Green River for a weekend series in what could be the last time the two teams meet up as Green River is set to disband their program after this season. The Red Devils managed to get the last laugh over the Gators, sweeping all four…
CENTRALIA — The Lower Columbia College softball team dominated the opener of a doubleheader against Centralia on Friday afternoon, but the Red Devils couldn’t replicate their magic and fell in Game 2 for a split with the Blazers in NWAC South Region play.
SALEM — The Lower Columbia College softball team finally made its way back on the dirt diamond after nine days off for a makeup doubleheader, Sunday, on games that were originally slated for April 20.
The Lower Columbia College Baseball team capped a weekend sweep of Centralia with a pair of wins over their NWAC West Region foe on Sunday afternoon.
CENTRALIA — The Lower Columbia College baseball team got a wakeup call last week, dropping four straight games immediately after earning No. 1 ranking in the NWAC ranks. It led to some soul searching and a run of tough practices this week.
It was a turbulent week for the Lower Columbia College baseball team. The Red Devils lost a road matchup at Tacoma on Sunday to kick off the week, then headed to Lakewood on Friday where they were swept by Pierce in a doubleheader.
LAKEWOOD — Fresh off a No. 1 ranking in the first NWAC coaches poll, the Lower Columbia College baseball team was swept during a doubleheader at Pierce on Friday, falling 8-1 in Game 1 before losing 5-2 in seven innings in Game 2 to give the Red Devils their first West Region losses of the season.
KELSO — The Lower Columbia College softball team might not have played its prettiest pair of games at Tam O’Shanter Park in Kelso on Friday, but they still managed to drop Centralia in both games of a doubleheader, capping the day with a walk off home run off the bat of Katelyn McGough to fi…