Tuesday (April 24) Highlights


Hockinson 5, R.A. Long 4: The Hawks were an out away from a 4-2 loss and had nobody on base before winning with a seventh-inning rally.

Doug Macdonald started it off with a single to left center, then Torey Dunn followed with a drive to right that fell for a double as the Lumberjacks’ right fielder just missed making a game-ending catch. Ryan Logan singled to center field, scoring both runs, tying the game. After a walk chased R.A. Long’s starting pitcher, Michael Capps hit a grounder into the hole misplayed by the shortstop as the winning run scored.

Hockinson (11-4, 6-3 2A Greater St. Helens League) had four of its nine hits in the seventh inning.

Dylan Butler pitched the seventh inning to record the win.

Skyview 10, Battle Ground 0: Ian Hamilton struck out eight in the six-inning game. The Storm improved to 8-2, a game up over Evergreen with two to play in the 4A GSHL.

Mountain View 13, Prairie 3: Ryan Johnson drove in three runs, and Michael Rivers, Jake Shelley, Riley O’Dell, and Justin Rinta each drove in two runs for the Thunder. Shelley hit a home run. Mountain View and Camas are tied atop the 3A GSHL standings, each at 9-1. The two are scheduled to play Thursday and Friday (weather permitting).

La Center sweep Ilwaco: Isaiah Block struck out 15 in the first game of a doubleheader, leading La Center to a 6-2 win. The Wildcats won the second game 24-3.



Skyview 5, Union 3: The Storm have a three-game lead with four to play in the 4A GSHL. Addi Lies went 3 for 3 with a home run and drove in three runs. Michelle Brincefield struck out seven.

Camas 8, Mountain View 5: Harli Hubbard struck out 11 and also had three hits, including a triple. Erin Tauscher homered for the second consecutive day.

Woodland 2, R.A. Long 0: Makayla Lefever followed up her no-hitter on Monday with a four-hit shutout Tuesday. She struck out 10.

Ridgefield sweeps Kalama: Shannon Boyle struck out a total of 15 in back-to-back shutouts. Ridgefield won 2-0 and 10-0.


Track and field:

*Heritage’s E’Lon Mack ran the 100 in 10.81 seconds. That is No. 2 this season in Washington among Class 4A athletes.

*Union’s Joe Thompson cleared 15-2 in the pole vault. Skyview’s Jameson Shirley cleared 15 feet and a quarter of an inch.

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