Local report —Davis baseball stops Hermiston

April 4, 2012 by  

HERMISTON, Ore. — Jacob Sanders and Jens Jensen combined on a five-hitter with nine strikeouts to lead Davis to a 6-0 win over Hermiston in non-league play on Wednesday.

Zach Alexander had two hits, Jens Jensen doubled and drove in a run and Kyle Bohl had a two-run single to highlight a four-run fourth inning.

Davis (6-1) will host Chiawana for a makeup CBBN 4A doubleheader at 4 p.m. Monday.

Davis 010 400 1 — 6 4 0

Hermiston 000 000 0 — 0 5 3

Sanders, Jensen (4) and Alexander; Pollick, Couture (5) and Nyihal.

Highlights: Zach Alexander (D) 2-4; Jens Jensen 2b, 2 runs, RBI.

NACHES VALLEY 8, FREEMAN 1: At Naches Valley, Noel Gonzalez fired a four-hitter and went 2 for 3 for the second-ranked Rangers. Gonzalez struck out 10 en route to his fifth win in as many decisions as NV improved to 9-1.

Nathan Giles led the Rangers’ 10-hit attack by doubling twice, singling and driving in four runs.

Naches Valley, seeking its fifth straight SCAC West championship, will resume league play on April 14 with a doubleheader at Highland.

Freeman 000 100 0 — 1 4 4

Naches Valley 400 013 x — 8 10 0

Phipps, Parker (6) and Wyatt; Gonzalez and Wells.

Highlights: Mitch Vanderlinden (F) 2-2, 2 2b; Cole Gilman 2-3; Nathan Giles 3-4, 2 2b, 4 RBI; Noel Gonzalez 2-3, 10 Ks (5-0).


Hayes leads Kittitas to rout

KITTITAS — Ashley Hayes went 3-for-3 with two doubles, a three-run home run, two runs scored and four RBI to help Kittitas beat Foster 13-3 in non-league play Wednesday.

Kendall Greninger, who earned the win by giving up three runs on three hits with six strikeouts, went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and an RBI for the Coyotes (3-0).

Foster 111 00 — 3 3 5

Kittitas 070 42 — 13 11 1

Sun and Hernandez; Greninger and Baker.

Highlights: Kendall Greninger (K) 2-2, 2 runs, RBI, 6 K; Ashley Hayes (K) 3-3, 2 2b, 3-run HR, 2 runs, 4 RBI; Rachel Newcomb (K) 1-3, 2b, run, 3 RBI.


Anderson signs with Victory

Ashley Anderson, a 2011 Selah graduate, has accepted a bowling scholarship from Victory University in Memphis, Tenn., which is starting a men’s and women’s collegiate bowling program this fall.

Anderson, who has been attending Yakima Valley Community College, won the Class 3A-2A district title as a senior and led the Vikings to the team title and a state berth.

Victory is a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association.



Bowler of the year: Megan Walls, jr., Eisenhower.

Coach of the year: Breanne Copenhefer, Chiawana.

First team: Megan Walls, jr., Eisenhower; Marissa Obregon, sr., Wenatchee; Danielle Yant, jr., Wenatchee; Echo Kane, sr., Chiawana; Devan Corcoran, jr., Wenatchee.

Second team: Perrie Buak, jr., Wenatchee; Zhane Serrano, jr., Moses Lake; Carina Garcia, jr., Chiawana; Sarah Cawthron, sr., Eisenhower; Megan Carpenter, sr., Chiawana.

Honorable mention (local only): Jasmine Miller, sr., Eisenhower; Lilly Waldon, jr., Eisenhower; Samantha Juarez, jr., Davis.


Bowler of the year: Karissa Shiftlet, jr., Kennewick.

Co-coaches of the year: Will Foster, Selah and Teresa Chavez, Pasco.

First team: Karissa Shiftlet, jr., Kennewick; Danielle Gonzales, jr., Kennewick; Miki Campbell, sr., West Valley; Ally Delozier, jr., West Valley; Blaire Crutchley, so., West Valley; Taylor Jones, sr., Selah.

Second team: Kylie Lange, sr., West Valley; Karla Garcia, jr., Pasco; Maddy Serrano, so., Pasco; Xochitl Garcia, jr., Kennewick; Emily Imbrey, jr., Selah; Johanna Chumley, so., Sunnyside.

Honorable mention (local only): Shilo Epenesa, sr., Ellensburg; Amanda Villarreal, sr., Sunnyside; Veronica Alvarez, sr., Sunnyside; Ashley Baughman, sr., Selah.


Yaks-Blue Mountain postponed

Yakima Valley’s scheduled East Region doubleheader at Blue Mountain was postponed Wednesday.

No makeup date was announced.

The Yaks, ranked fourth in the most recent NWAACC poll, are set to resume region play Saturday at Parker Field against Wenatchee Valley with the first of two games scheduled for 1 p.m.

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