Saint Martin’s 13, Central Washington 0 – More from SMUSaints.com
On March 4th, the Saint Martin’s softball team lost a game to Central Washington 7-3. However, the Saints protested a home run in the bottom of the first inning that was originally called foul and then changed to fair after the umpires discussed the call at the request of the Wildcats’ coaches. The protest was upheld, the loss was struck from the Saints’ record and today the game resumed from just before the home run happened over a month ago.
And this time, Sam Munger got the out and proceeded to pitch a two hit, five inning mercy rule shutout and the Saints won easily, 13-0. Saint Martin’s had 17 hits in the game including six combined hits for Munger and Morgan Klemm that accounted for five of the Saints’ runs. Lacey McGladrey went 2-for-4 with a homer and two RBI.
The Saints have won three straight games to move to 28-15-1 overall and 18-10 in the GNAC.
Timberline 5, Yelm 2
North Thurston 4, W.F. West 0
Capital 2, Wilson 1
Centralia 5, River Ridge 1
Aberdeen 6, Black Hills 0
Olympia 1, South Kitsap 1
Xavier Wurtele and Dan Ceban each scored two goals for Timberline in their 5:2 win over Yelm on Thursday night. Wurtele struck first for the Blazers with a goal in the 37th minute, the only goal for the two teams in the first 60 minutes. Including Casey French’s goal in the 61st minute that opened up the floodgates, the two teams combined for six goals in the final twenty minutes of play.
Joey Renaud scored his first hat trick for North Thurston in their 4:0 win over W.F. West in the first game of the South Sound Stadium doubleheader. Keeper Desean Freeman had two saves for the Rams to earn the shutout.
Matteo Nartempi had the game winning goal in the 76th minute in Capital’s 2:1 win over Wilson at Stadium Bowl in Tacoma. Bryce Joling scored early for the Cougars with a goal in the third minute but the Rams answered back quickly with a goal of their own in the third minute from Chris Peterson. The two teams then battled for 73 minutes before Nartempi’s game winner.