Wednesday scoreboard: Bears top Cougs; Rams, Blazers stay unbeaten in league

High school baseball

Olympia 14, Capital 5
North Thurston 7, Shelton 0
Timberline 5, Wilson 2
WF West 7, Tumwater 4
Centralia 7, Black Hills 3

Gabe Padukiewicz went 2-for-3 and drove in five runs and Joey Knight drove in three runs on three hits in Olympia’s 14-5 non-league win over Capital on Bruce Crandall Military Day at Crandall Field. The two teams played a close game until the Bears broke it wide open with six runs in the fifth inning and three more in the sixth. Brendan Leonard picked up the win for the Bears.

Tyler Ridgeway hit a three run homerun in the second inning and that was all that starting pitcher Riley Stordahl and North Thurston needed to knock off the Highclimbers, 7-0, in Shelton. The Rams continued their dominance of the 3A Narrows League moving to 8-0, outscoring their opponents 86-4 in those games.

Timberline stayed right with North Thurston with their 5-2 win over Wilson in Lacey. Blake Nystrom went 2-for-2 and drove in three runs. The Blazers are now 7-0 in Narrows play and will host North Thurston on Friday afternoon.

High school softball

WF West 3, Tumwater 2
Centralia 13, Black Hills 0
North Thurston vs. Lincoln – No report
River Ridge vs. Aberdeen – No report

Boys soccer

Olympia 4, Yelm 1

Connor Desmond scored twice in the first half and that’s all Olympia would need in picking up their second 4A Narrows League win with a 4-1 win over Yelm at Ingersoll Stadium.

Posted on April 17, 2013, in Baseball, Black Hills HS, Capital HS, High school, North Thurston HS, Olympia HS, River Ridge HS, Soccer, Softball, Timberline HS, Tumwater HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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