Monday scoreboard: Navs no-hit but win; Rams, Bears softball dominates; Rams soccer tops Yelm
High school baseball
Sam Scrabeck and Brendan Greenfield combined to throw a no-hitter for Naselle but four Comet errors allowed Northwest Christian to take their league opener 3-1 at The RAC. Mason Stottlemeyer (above) struck out 10 batters in five innings for the Navigators.
Brennon Kaleiwahea went 2-f0r-3 with a pair of RBI and Ty Carlton gave up just two hits in Timberline’s 3-0 shutout of Yelm in Lacey.
Olympia’s Leif Hansen gave up one run over six innings and Leo Valenti drove in two runs to lead the Bears to a 6-3 win over North Thurston at The RAC.
High school softball
Annie Koehler gave up just three hits to get the win in North Thurston’s 18-0 dismantling of Foss at The RAC. Anneleis Dahman drove in five runs and Dominique Greeno drove in four more for the Rams.
Maddie Stensby struck out 12 batters over six innings and Erin Roloff went 3-for-4 and drove in four runs in Olympia’s 12-0 win over Bethel.
North Thurston 4, Yelm 1
David Cregg scored two goals and Kenny Heo and Cong Vo each added another in North Thurston’s 4-1 win over Yelm at South Sound Stadium. North Thurston coach Matt Herrera picked up the win over his former squad.