Sunday's Mid-Columbia roundup

June 30, 2013 

Sheldon Liikala and Mason Hilty each had a pair of hits, and Trystna Drury and Garrett March combined to quiet the Columbia Basin bats in the Twin City Titans’ 6-2 baseball win over the Spuds in Moses Lake.

The Senior American Legion pair turned into a split, with the Spuds taking the opener 4-3. Logan Jackson had three hits for the Titans in the game, and Levi Broeske was strong through six innings.

Twin City 001 020 0 — 3 6 1

Columbia Basin 003 000 1 — 4 9 3

Levi Broeske, Conner Craig (7) and Ty Earley; Price and Sage. Highlights—Broeske (TC) 6IP-0BB-4K; Logan Jackson (TC) 3x4.

Twin City 220 002 0 — 6 8 4

Columbia Basin 101 000 0 — 2 1 1

Trystan Drury, Garrett March (5) and Tyler Kjarmo; Reyes, Ball (4) and Sage. Highlights—Sheldon Liikala (TC) 2x4; Mason Hilty 2x4.

Eastlake 6, Kennewick Jr Bandits 2: Kyle Harvey had two hts, including a double, but it wasn’t enough as the Kennewick Junior Bandits lost to host Eastlake in the semifinals of the Eastlake Invitational.

Jake Kirchhoff added a double for the Junior Bandits, who finished third in the tournament.

Eastlake 101 130 0 — 6 12 1

Kennewick 000 200 0 — 2 6 0

Coulter and Staten; Matthew Oldham, Cody Sturdefant (5) and Jake Kirchhoff. Highlights—Kyle Harvey (K) 2x3, 2B; Kirchhoff 2B.

Softball

ANGELS RED WINS 12S TITLE: Maddy Miller tossed a four-hitter and provided herself with plenty of support at the plate, driving in four runs to lead the Washington Angels Red to a 10-1 win over the Washington Illusion Sunday in the title game of the 12-U NSA Washington State Championships at the Southridge Athletic Complex.

The Angels were undefeated on the weekend, including three wins Sunday. Miller cracked a double and triple, Maddie Bradener was 2-for-3 and Lynsie Miracle drove in a pair of runs.

Earlier, the Angels outlasted the Acres 13-12, with Meghan Callaway singling in one run and Miller two during a three-run seventh inning. They also beat the TABU Scramblers 9-5.

The team is headed to the ASA state tournament next weekend in Chehalis. The Angels already have qualified for the USSSA national tournament in West Covina, Calif., on July 30-Aug. 4.

The Angels team: Meghan Callaway, Alyssia Deery, Maddie Bradener, Baylei Ozuna, Maddy Miller, Sydney Stefani, Lynsie Miracle, Maggie Flynn, Kenna Ozuna, Annabelle Bills, Kassi Grogan and coaches Dennis Hiner, Robert Miller and Greg Bradener.

Triathlon

SPRINT TRIATHLON: Richland’s Ryan Brown and Kennewick’s Adrienne Farabee were the individual champions in Saturday’s Righteous Richland Sprint Triathlon.

The event — which includes a half-mile swim, a 12-mile mountain bike leg, and a three-mile run — started in the Columbia River along the length of Howard Amon Park.

Brown finished the event in 53 minutes and 3 seconds — 44 seconds ahead of runnerup Brian Schur of Kennewick.

Farabee finished in 1 hour, 5 minutes and 32 seconds, ahead of former Prosser High standout athlete Mackenzie Gant, who finished in 1:07:37.

Overall male — 1. Ryan Brown, Richland, 53:03; 2. Brian Schur, Kennewick, 53:47; 3. Mark Skiffington, 56:34.

Overall female — 1. Adrienne Farabee, Kennewick, 1:05:32; 2. Mackenzie Gant, Richland, 1:07:37; 3. Kristin Anderson, Pasco, 1:10:18.

Male

13-19 — 1. Jeevan Philip, Richland, 1:00:25; 2. Porter McMichael, Richland, 1:05:19; 3. Brady Myers, Pasco, 1:05:47.

20-24 — 1. Andrew Streibeck, West Richland, 59:49; 2. Brandon Lattin, Richland, 1:04:03; 3. Scottie Duclos, Richland, 1:07:55.

25-29 — 1. Lance Harpe, Silverdale, 1:03:55; 2. Cesar Ortiz, Desert Aire, 1:09:16; 3. Mark Presby, Kennewick, 1:15:07.

30-34 — 1. Levi Shaw, Richland, 1:02:48; 2. Joshua Alms, Kennewick, 1:04:41; 3. Charles Harding, Pasco, 1:06:16.

35-39 — 1. Jonathan Duarte, Pasco, 1:04:48; 2. Jacon Harris, La Grande, 1:04:59; 3. Paul Ingham, Seattle, 1:07:49.

40-44 — 1. Jonmark Smith, Yakima, 56:52; 2. Kevin Gustafson, Prosser, 57:54; 3. James Devere, Richland, 1:01:55.

45-49 — 1. Rob Bartol, Richland, 1:01:06; 2. Mark Sturges, West Richland, 1:04:47; 3. Michael Boehnke, Kennewick, 1:06:12.

50-54 — 1. Andy Dolph, Richland, 58:27; 2. Tony Sako, West Richland, 1:02:02; 3. Eric Talbott, Pasco, 1:04:43.

55-59 — 1. Jim Brockus, Richland, 1:00:21; 2. Dale Fuller, Pasco, 1:08:21; 3. Ron Hayden, 1:13:28.

60-64 — 1. Mark Painter, Richland, 1:00:03; 2. Cary Kresse, Outlook, 1:17:42; 3. Bill Van Velsor, Goldendale, 1:27:46.

65-69 — 1. Michael McCutchen, Yakima, 1:12:20.

70 and over — 1. Jerry Youngblood, Richland, 1:19:53.

Female

13-19 — 1. Kirsten Dolph, Richland, 1:10:45; 2. Summer Sturges, West Richland, 1:11:17; 3. Vanessa Whattam, Richland, 1:17:32.

20-24 — 1. Whitney Leavitt, Cheney, 1:17:34; 2. Elizabeth Sturges, West Richland, 1:21:51; 3. Melanie Davis, Pasco, 1:23:24.

25-29 — 1. Michelle Clark, Spokane, 1:10:37; 2. Jessica Stangeland, Richland, 1:16:16; 3. Anna Lodahl, Richland, 1:20:15.

30-34 — 1. Mary Aardal, Richland, 1:16:55; 2. Kristin Dunlap, Pendleton, 1:17:06; 3. Tasha Bunnage, Richland, 1:18:33.

35-39 — 1. Angie Millet, Pasco, 1:10:41; 2. Raquel Sampson, Richland, 1:15:25; 3. Sheila Erickson, Kennewick, 1:18:28.

40-44 — 1. Mara Heineman, Richland, 1:18:15.

45-49 — 1. Roberta Dickin, Kennewick, 1:16:37; 2. April Ottey, Richland, 1:18:39; 3. Terry Frye, West Richland, 1:19:47.

50-54 — 1. Kelly Wavrin, Mabton, 1:15:45; 2. Ron Tucker, Kennewick, 1:16:01; 3. Kate Samuelson, Kennewick, 1:22:45.

55-59 — No finishers.

60-64 — 1. Jimalee Painter, Richland, 1:16:12.

65-69 — No finishers.

Relay teams

Sprint Relay Co-ed — 1. Tai Triers 55:41; 2. Gummy Bears 1:01:04; 3. Bonnie and Clyde 1:15:00.

Sprint Relay Open — 1. Los Cuidados 57:19; 2. Bowerman Athletic Club 58:44; 3. Are We There Yet 1:04:54.

Sprint Relay Women — 1. Dutchies 1:17:44; 2. Danger Zone 1:19:03.

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