Sunday's Mid-Columbia results

March 23, 2014 

WWCC baseball wins

Hanford High grad Jake Browne had four hits to help lead host Walla Walla to a 5-1, 15-1 nonleague baseball doubleheader sweep over Blue Mountain on Saturday.

Blue Mountain 000 000 001 — 1 6 0

Walla Walla 000 302 00x — 5 9 0

Josh Grissom, Grant Klopmeyer (4), Wes Loy (7) and Jacob Urbach; AJ Carkner, Johnny McNerney (5), Juan Munoz (7), Cody Price (8) and Jake Browne. Highlights—Colton Crow (BM) 2x4; Dean Gettman (BM) 2x4, 2B; Ian Rivera (BM) 2B; Jarod Gonzales (WW) 2x4, 2B; Ryan Neal (WW) 2x4; Browne 2x3, 2 2Bs; Trevor Jones (WW) 3B.

Blue Mountain 000 100 0 — 1 5 1

Walla Walla 000 618 x — 15 12 1

Jordan Ackerman, Brady Sharp (4), Chris Gilbreaith (4), Theo Winter (6) and Brad Norman; Kalani Omoto, Michael Schmidt (5), Clayten Ayres (6), Levi Rudolph (7) and Browne. Highlights—Gettman 2x3; JJ Robinson (WW) 2x3; Browne 2x4, 2B; Jones 2x3, 4 RBIs, 3B, HR; Moe Handcox Jr. (WW) 2x3; Austin Kopacz (WW) 2x3, 3B.

Softball

Walla Walla 11-6, Blue Mountain 1-4: Jamie Moe scattered seven hits to lead visiting Walla Walla past Blue Mountain in an NWAACC East opener.

The Warriors won the nightcap too, as Marisa Gonzalez had two doubles.

WWCC 000 416 — 11 7 0

Blue Mountain 000 001 — 1 7 5

Jamie Moe and Stefanie Snow; Nicole Brown, Maggie Rust (6) and Rayne Spencer. Highlights—Moe complete-game 7-hitter; Brook Simpson (WW) 2x4, 3 RBIs, 2B, HR; Cheyenne Kessler (WW) 3 RBIs, HR; Marisa Gonzalez (WW) 2B; Kaytie Zellner (BM) 2x3, 2 2Bs; Brown 2B.

WWCC 110 121 0 — 6 7 1

Blue Mountain 000 002 2 — 4 9 3

Miranda Smith and Kessler; Brown, Rust (4) and Spencer. Highlights—Gonzalez 2x4, 2 2Bs; Kendyl Hamilton (WW) 2x3, 2B; Simpson 2B; Bri Christian (WW) 2B; Alicia Hernandez (BM) 2x4, 2B; Zellner 2B; Spencer HR.

OTHELLO SWEEPS SELAH: Dominique Martinez struck out nine batters in a complete-game win, and Madison Martinez blasted a go-ahead two-run home run in the sixth inning to give Othello a 2-1 Game 1 win en route to a CWAC sweep over Selah on Saturday.

Madison Martinez went the distance in the Huskies’ 11-1 Game 2 win and added four hits — including a double and a solo home run.

Selah 000 001 0 — 1 4 0

Othello 000 002 x — 2 4 0

Zeir and Cavanaugh; Dominique Martinez and Sophie Rodriguez. Highlights—D.Martinez (O) 9Ks; Madison Martinez (O) HR, 2 RBI.

Selah 000 010 — 1 4 4

Othello 223 103 — 11 15 1

Steiner, Zeir (6) and Cavanaugh; Madison Martinez and Rodriguez. Highlights—M.Martinez (O) 4x4, 2B, HR; Tori Zambrano (O) 3x4, 2B; Holly Fleshman (O) 2x2, 2B; D.Martinez (O) 2x2; Diamond Franco (O) 2B; Kristen Quigley (O) 2 unassisted DPs.

NACHES VALLEY 12-16, KIONA-BENTON 4-9: Meaghan Phalen had five hits on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough as Kiona-Benton dropped a nonleague twinbill to visiting Naches Valley.

Naches Valley 202 440 0 — 12 14 2

Kiona-Benton 000 210 1 — 4 8 7

Sam Grimm and Lisa George; Mikenzye Alley and Meaghan Phalen. Highlights—Teegan Carlson (KB) 2x3, 2B; Phalen 2x3, 2 RBIs.

Naches Valley 005 200 9 — 16 7 2

Kiona-Benton 301 131 0 — 9 11 8

Grimm, Kacy Heide (4) and Kassi Lucas, George (2); Emily Thornton, Alley (7) and Phalen. Highlights—Andi Corriell (KB) 2x2; Phalen 3X4, 3 RBIs; Caitlin Sizemore (KB) 2x4.

Tennis

PROSSER AT GRANDVIEW

Boys: Prosser 3, Grandview 2. Singles—Cesar Solis (P) d. Logan Alvarez 6-2, 6-3; Nick Foster (P) d. Jose Ramos 6-4, 6-1. Doubles—Kevin Munk-Tim Bowen (P) d. De Leon -Victor Delgado 6-0, 6-0; Roger Escareno-Alfonso Granados (G) d. Austin Dennis-Gabriel Klingele 7-5, 7-6 (8-6); Anthony Gutierrez-Isaiah Villarreal (G) d. Peter Cook-Trevor James 6-1, 6-0.

Girls: Prosser 3, Grandview 2. Singles—Daphne Reilly (P) d. Esmeralda Jacobo 6-0, 6-0; Joslyn Felicijan (P) d. McKenzie Rios 6-1, 6-4. Doubles—Monse Oropeza-Diana Godinez (G) d. Kyrsten Wiggins-Kate Burnett 6-2, 7-6 (7-5); Makayla Cruz-Alejandra Guerrero (P) d. Jasmine Sandival-Juana Razo 7-6 (8-6), 6-2; Johanna Torres-Perla Razo (G) d. Priscila Cuevas-Walle-Jasmine Salguero 6-1, 6-1.

Track

LEWISTON INVITATIONAL: Darnell Handcox won the long jump and triple jump, plus ran a leg on the winning 4x100 relay, to help lead Walla Walla to the boys team title at the Lewiston Invitational on Saturday.

Colleen Gibbons (100 hurdles) and Katarina Tonhdavong (discus) won individual titles for the Wa-Hi girls.

At Lewiston

BOYS

Team scores: 1. Walla Walla 147.5; 2. Lewiston 131.5; 3. Moscow 86.

Winners and WW athletes in top 3

100—1. Ethan Gardner (WW) 11.30; 3. Stuart Gillin (WW) 11.64. 200—1. Gardner 23.03. 400—1. Kosey Smith (Pullman) 53.43; 2. Justin Evans (WW) 53.62. 800—1. Jerry Cook (Moscow) 1:58.79. 1,600—1. Paul Ryan (Logos) 4:30.76. 3,200—1. Cook (Mos) 10:06.23. 110H—1. Zion Stuffle (Lew) 15.07. 300H—1. Stuffle (Lew) 38.49; 3. Rob Thonney (WW) 42.34. 4x100 relay—1. Walla Walla (Tyler Kinney, Gardner, Darnell Handcox, Gillin) 43.48. 4x200 relay—1. Lake City 1:35.66. 4x400 relay—1. Lewiston 3:32.27. Shot—1. John Landers (Pull) 50-6. Discus—1. Drew Lindsley (Grangeville) 163-00. HJ—1. Ryan Failor (Post Falls) 5-10. PV—1. Michael Martinez (Asotin) 11-6; 2. Mitchell Huffman (WW) 10-6. LJ—1. Handcox (WW) 21-11. TJ—Handcox (WW) 43-1 1/2.

GIRLS

Team scores: 1. Lewiston 184.5; 2. Walla Walla 177.5; 3. Pullman 78.

100—1. Angel Nkwonta (Pull) 13.13. 200—1. Hailey Sullivan (Grangeville) 27.32. 400—1. Kaleala Bass (Grangeville) 1:02.88. 800—1. Shevaun Ames (Lew) 2:23.65; 3. Hannah Hampson (WW) 2:33.07. 1,600—1. Ames 5:21.66; 2. Courtney Cox (WW) 5:23.82. 3,200—1. Katherine Ruck (Moscow) 11:47.27; 2. Erika Leinweber (WW) 12:14.66; 3. Lea Davidson (WW) 12:20.72. 100H—1. Emilee Schlader (Lew) 16.49; 3. Colleen Gibbons (WW) 17.83. 300H—1. Gibbons (WW) 51.49; 3. Hope Snyder (WW) 53.26. 4x100 relay—1. Post Falls 52.60; 3. Walla Walla 53.48. 4x200 relay—1. Grangeville 1:51.77. 4x400 relay—1. Lewiston 4:18.02. Shot—1. Schlader (Lew) 40-1. Discus—1. Katarina Tonhdavong (WW) 123-2; 2. Madelyn Sirmon (WW) 118-4. HJ—1. Carolena Sears (Pull) 4-10; 3. Kate Hogan (WW) 4-8. PV—1. Cecilia Watkins 9-0. LJ—1. Megan Ralstin (Lew) 17-1 3/4. TJ—1. Ralstin (Lew) 34-7; 2. Miranda Doyle (WW) 33-2.

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