Baseball: Pasco sweeps aside Eisenhower

April 2, 2013 

Pasco 23-9, Eisenhower 13-8: Roger Ingram Jr.’s RBI single and Justus Scott’s three-run triple in the sixth inning helped the Bulldogs rally past the Cadets in Game 2 to preserve a nonleague sweep in Yakima on Tuesday.

Scott finished the day with seven RBIs on 7-for-10 hitting, and Ingram went 5-for-7.

In the opener, Pasco scored 14 runs over the first three innings to pull away early. Tony Beck was 5-for-5 with five RBIs, and Scott and Luis Murillo each drove in four runs.

Pasco 455 032 4 — 23 23 4

Eisenhower 410 152 0 — 13 6 4

Austen Clarke, Roger Ingram Jr. (1), Justus Scott (7) and Brady Ritala; Valencia, Sires (3) and Kukas. Highlights—Ingram (P) 2x3; Clarke (P) 4x6, 2B; Scott (P) 3x6, 3B, 4 RBIs; Luis Murillo (P) 4x5, 4 RBIs; Tony Beck (P) 5x5, 2 2Bs, 3B, 5 RBIs.

Pasco 202 014 0 — 9 11 2

Eisenhower 021 500 0 — 8 9 1

Beck, Ellery Raines (3), Scott (7) and Alan Gomez; Dixon, King (6) and Kukas. Highlights—Ingram (P) 3x4; Scott (P) 4x4, 2 3Bs, 3 RBIs.

Liberty Christian 7-10, Columbia (Burbank) 3-1: Taylor Lindquist and Corbin Steele both pitched dominant games to lead the host Patriots to a nonconference sweep.

Lindquist threw a complete game, striking out seven and walking one in the opener.

Steele struck out 10 in six innings in the night cap.

Columbia (Burbank) 200 100 0 — 3 4 0

Liberty Christian 150 100 x — 7 5 0

Dylan Percifield, Tim Ellis (3) and Paden Katwitz. Taylor Lindquist and Corbin Steele. Highlights—Liberty Christian: Brandon Peterson 2-4, 2B; Steele 2-4, 2B, 3B.

Columbia (Burbank) 001 000 0 — 1 6 0

Liberty Christian 202 330 x — 10 9 1

AJ Dixon, Forest Dexter (4), Donovan Percifield (6) and Chase Sordle. Corbin Steele, Peterson (7) and Mitch Koglin. Highlights—Columbia: Forest Dexter 2-3, 3B; Andrew Wattenberger 2-2. Liberty Christian: Peterson 2-4; Taylor Lindquist 3-3, 2B, 3B; Preston Eder 2B.

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