Today (7/22): PSCL doubleheader; Sunday scores; Conley, Brodin dominate

Schedule for Monday, July 22nd

Puget Sound Collegiate League baseball

Olympia Athletics vs. Nisqually Silvers – The RAC – 5:00 PM
Hawks Prairie Cardinals vs. Lacey Saints – The RAC – 7:30 PM

Sunday scores

Thurston County Senators 14, Trail Orioles 4 – Senators move to 23-5
Kitsap Hornets 7, Capital City Bombers 3

Monday news and notes (updated throughout the day)

Adam Conley picked up his second win in a row last night allowing just one unearned run on two hits over seven innings in Jacksonville’s 8-1 win over the Tennessee Smokies. The Olympia grad is now 9-4 with a 3.41 ERA for Miami’s double-A affiliate. – Link


Joash Brodin – Photo courtesy of

Joash Brodin was named the Atlantic League Player of the Week today after a week that saw him hit .429 (12-for-29) with three home runs including a walk off grand slam. The North Thurston alum drove in eight runs and stole three bases for the Long Island Ducks and now is second in the league with a .337 batting average and first in the runs scored with 62. – Link


The Olympian profiles area transplant Stephen Vogt, who is back with the triple-A Sacramento Rivercats after a short stint with the Oakland A’s. – Link


Northwest Christian is looking for a new head baseball coach after Damon Ford announced today that he is moving to California. Ford spent three seasons at the helm of the Navigators after taking over for Don Heinze, who also moved to California. – Link

Posted on July 22, 2013, in Alumni, Baseball, Capital City Bombers, Hawks Prairie Cardinals, High school, Lacey Saints, Nisqually Silvers, North Thurston HS, Northwest Christian HS, Olympia Athletics, Olympia HS, Puget Sound Collegiate League, Thurston County Senators. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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