Monday scoreboard: Navs, Bears, Rams and Blazers pick up league wins
High school baseball
Northwest Christian 10, Wishkah Valley 6
Olympia 8, Central Kitsap 3
North Thurston 6, Wilson 0
Centralia 2, Black Hills 0 – Recap at youresn.com
Northwest Christian scored the first nine runs of the game and despite giving up six runs over the last two innings, the Navigators held on for a 10-6 league win over Wishkah Valley. Nick Kosierowski and Mason Stottlemeyer each drove in two runs and Matt Thomas picked up the win.
Tyler Ridgeway pitched another gem on the mound and drove in three runs at the plate and North Thurston continued to terrorize the Tacoma schools with a 6-0 win over Wilson. The Rams gave up just two hits on the day and have allowed just seven hits over their last six games and have outscored their opponents 73-2.
High school softball
Timberline 7, Wilson 6
Olympia 5, Central Kitsap 1
North Thurston 9, Shelton 4
WF West 7, Capital 2
After Timberline took a 7-0 lead, Wilson tacked on a run in the sixth inning and then made a furious comeback in the seventh to cut the lead to just one run. But the Blazers stopped them there and held on to a 7-6 league win.
Krista Ellie Jones and Aundrea Temple each homered in the win.
Olympia scored six runs in the top of the sixth inning to break a one all deadlock and give the Bears a 5-1 win over Central Kitsap in Silverdale. Adrianna Rupright drove in three runs and Maddy Stensby picked up the win.
Shelton took a 4-1 lead but North Thurston scored one run in the fifth inning and put a seven spot on the board in the sixth to complete the comeback and give the Rams a 9-4 win over the Highclimbers. Alicia Feliciano went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI for the Rams.
Posted on April 8, 2013, in Baseball, Black Hills HS, Capital HS, High school, North Thurston HS, Northwest Christian HS, Olympia HS, Softball, Timberline HS. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
That would be Ellie Jones, not Krista Jones, that hit the home run for Timberline.
Thanks! I will update that.