Monday scoreboard: Saints snakebitten again; Rams, Blazers baseball and softball dominate

College baseball

Pacific Lutheran 5, Saint Martin’s 4
Pacific Lutheran 12, Saint Martin’s 1 – Recap from

Former Puget Sound Collegiate Leaguer Collin Nilson drove in the winning run in the 12th inning of game one and hit a solo home run in game two as PLU swept Saint Martin’s in a non-conference doubleheader in Parkland. With the 5-4 and 12-1 losses, the Saints drop to 3-29 overall this season.

Chandler Tracy hit home runs in each game and now leads the Saints with 11 homers this season, the only Saint to even touch double digits in the long ball category, and leads the team with 20 RBI. Bobby Twedt went 3-for-6 in game one and tied the game at 2-2 with an RBI single in the eighth and temporarily gave the Saints the 4-2 lead in the tenth inning.

High school baseball

North Thurston 11, Foss 0
Timberline 11, Mount Tahoma 0
Olympia 8, Bellarmine 6

Ryan Mets struck out 14 and gave up just two hits over six innings and North Thurston continued their dominance of Tacoma schools with an 11-0 win. The Rams have outscored Lincoln and Foss over their last four Narrows League games 53-1 and have given up just four hits in four games.

High school softball

North Thurston 13, Stadium 1
Timberline 23, Foss 0
South Kitsap 9, Olympia 3
Oregon City 10, Black Hills 0

Dominique Greeno hit another home run for North Thurston, her sixth of the season, to lead the Rams to a 13-1 win over Stadium in Tacoma. Sierra Davis went 3-for-3 and drove in three runs in the win.

Megan Porche hit three homers as Timberline hung 10 runs in the first inning and 13 runs in the second on Foss in their 23-0 win in Lacey.

Posted on April 1, 2013, in Baseball, College, High school, North Thurston HS, Olympia HS, Saint Martin's University, Softball, Timberline HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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