Saturday's prep baseball roundup

March 29, 2014 

Kennewick’s baseball team pounded out 28 hits en route to beating Skyline 13-3 and Camas 14-4 in nonleague games at Roy Johnson Field on Saturday afternoon.

Against Skyline, Larry DeWitt was 3-for-3 with a double, triple and five RBIs. Dylan Wilbert had a double and triple in the win over Camas.

Kennewick actually trailed the Papermakers 4-3 entering the bottom of the fifth, when the Lions exploded for 11 runs in the bottom half of the inning that automatically ended the contest.

The Lions (6-0) are now off for 13 days before opening Mid-Columbia Conference play against Kamiakin on April 11.

Skyline 000 21 — 3 8 1

Kennewick 461 02 — 13 15 1

Len, Kargal (2), Smith (4) and Zonta; Matt Driver, Mark Driver (4) and Dylan Wilbert. Highlights—Zonta (S) 2x3, Laine (S) 2x3, JJ Hancock (K) HR; Wilbert (K) 2x3, HR; Colton Plew (K) 2x3, 2B; Larry DeWitt (K) 3x3, 2B, 3B, 5 RBIs; Josh Kutzke (K) 2B; Malik Sitler (K) 2x3; Dillon Plew (K) 2x2, 2 2Bs.

Camas 020 02 — 4 8 3

Kennewick 102 0(11) — 14 13 1

White, Watson (4), Bruno (5) and Grindy; Colton Plew, Levi Scantlin (3), Brock Sittman (4) and Hancock. Highlights—Christopher (C) 3x3, 2B; Jones (C) 2x3; Steven Sordahl (K) 2x3, 2B; Hancock 2x3, HR; Wilbert 2x3, 2B, 3B; Colton Plew 2x4; L.DeWitt 2B; Charlie DeWitt (K) 2x2.

Hanford 8-12, Roosevelt 6-11: McKaden Manderbach led the Falcons’ big day at the plate, going 5-for-7 and driving in three runs in the second game as Hanford improved to 6-0 with the nonleague sweep.

University of Washington commit Isaac Benard had four hits and a pair of doubles, driving in two runs in the first game.

“Both games, they threw crafty lefties at us, which is good for us,” said Hanford coach Tom DeWitz. “They made us work for runs. And we got production up and down the lineup.”

That was particularly true in the second game, where eight of nine batters had a hit and all nine drove in a run.

Catcher Aaron Enderlin also had four hits for the Falcons, who won the second game in their last at-bat when Nate Mitchell’s sac fly brought home Anthony Porcaro.

Roosevelt 020 103 0 — 6 9 2

Hanford 130 211 x — 8 11 3

Simone and Smith; Jacob Anderson, Tanner Heiman (6), Nate Mitchell (7) and Aaron Enderlin, John Miles (7). Highlights—Isaac Benard (H) 2x2, 2R, 2B, 2 RBI; Brady Heid (H) 2x3, 2B; Enderlin (H) 2x3, 2B; McKaden Manderbach (H) 3x3, 2R; Kerr (R) 2x3, 2B, HR.

Roosevelt 113 033 0 — 11 11 3

Hanford 031 520 1 — 12 15 1

Dorst and VanderPeet; Bryan Colson, Sawyer Henry (5) and Enderlin. Highlights—Benard (H) 2x4, 2B, 2R; Anthony Porcaro (H) 2x5, 2B, 3R, 2 SB; Jamie Hopp (H) 2x4; Manderbach (H) 2x4, 2R, 3 RBI; Enderlin (H) 2x4; Tyler Cowen (H) 2x4; Steven Juergens (H) 2x4, 2B; Sudel (R) 3x4, 2 2B, HR; Johnson (R) 3x4, HR.

SOUTHRIDGE 4-5, COEUR D’ALENE 5-4: Lefthander Trenton Nett kept the Vikings off balance in the second game as the Suns salvaged a nonleague split on the road with a 5-4 victory.

Nett pitch six complete innings, striking out three and walking one. He had four innings where he faced the minimum of batters.

Tate Spivey had a two-run double in the third inning for the Suns (3-3), while Trevor Oldham also drove in two runs and Nate Newbry had two stolen bases.

Southridge 102 001 0 — 4 5 0

Coeur d’Alene 012 000 2 — 5 10 1

2 outs when winning run scored

Connor Morfin, Mathew Oldham (5) and Austen Morfin; Sean Sutton, Connor Cardinal (5) and Kolby DeHaas. Highlights—Jordan Dawson (S) 2B, 2 RBI.

Southridge 203 000 0 — 5 10 0

Coeur d’Alene 000 100 3 — 4 4 1

Trenton Nett, Jordan Dawson (7), Bryan Sanders (7) and A.Morfin; Logan Brastrup, Elliott Sparks (4) and DeHaas. Highlights—Nate Newbry (S) 2x3, 2 SB; Kyle Harvey (S) 2x4, 2B; Trevor Oldham (S) 2B, 2 RBIs; C.Morfin (S) 4x4, 2B; Tate Spivey (S) 2B, 2 RBIs.

KAMIAKIN LOSES TWO: Pendleton rallied from a 3-1 deficit to beat Kamiakin 6-5 in 10 innings in a nonleague game at LaPierre Field.

“We had a couple of walks and a hit-by-pitch in the 10th,” said Braves coach Ryan Carter. “We let them back into the game. We had our opportunities to score runs early on, but we were missing that timely hit with two out.”

Kamiakin sophomore Kaden Enriquez had a no-hitter through six innings and struck out five.

The Braves failed to connect at the plate in their second game against Mount Si, mustering just one hit in a 2-0 loss.

David Marshall did his part for Kamiakin, throwing a complete game two-hitter with nine strikeouts. He also hit a double.

Pendleton 010 001 100 3 — 6 4 2

Kamiakin 030 000 000 2 — 5 8 3

Quinn Cockburn, Brandon Hergert (7) and Alex O’Rourke; Kaden Enriquez, Justin Larsen (7), Easton Henke (10) and Austin Hardy. Highlights—Enriquez (K) 5K; Hardy (K) 2x4, Jaden Green (K) 2 RBIs.

Mount Si 200 000 0 — 2 2 0

Kamiakin 000 000 0 — 0 1 2

Usselman and Lutz; David Marshall and Hardy. Highlights—Marshall (K) 9K, 2B; Johsnon (MS) 2B, RBI; Usselman (MS) 7K.

Richland swept: The Bombers gave up a big inning in a 13-7 loss to Camas and then couldn’t turn off the spigot in a 14-10 setback against Skylines in a pair of nonleaguers at Bomber Field.

Mitch Piper belted a three-run homer in the sixth against Skyline to pull Richland within shouting distances. But the visitors scored in six of seven innings and held on.

Lakota Wills went 2-for-2 with a double against Camas — which scored nine runs in the fourth — and also had a double in the second game.

Camas 000 901 3 — 13 12 1

Richland 001 141 0 — 7 5 1

Mack Lefore et. al. and Luke Grindy; Connor Craig, Brandon Humphries (4), Gibson McGeorge (4), Garrett March (7) and Tyler Kjarmo. Highlights—Lakota Wills (R) 2x2, 2B.

Skyline 322 313 0 — 14 15 1

Richland 050 013 0 — 10 9 1

Drew Lundre et al and Scott Cohen; Matt Woodman, Cameron Jenkins (3), Cody Follett (5) and Collin Doyle. Highlights—Mitch Piper (R) 2x4, HR, 4 RBI; Hunter Chambers (R) 2B; Wills (R) 2B.

Selah 21-13, Grandview 0-0: Tommy Van Dyke got the only two hits on the afternoon for the visiting Greyhounds in a CWAC sweep on the road. Grandview was no-hit in the second game.

Grandview 000 00 — 0 2 6

Selah 439 5x — 21 17 2

Angel Abarca, Anthony Mendoza (4) and Brendan Bardwell; Turner and Petirea. Highlights—Tommy Van Dyke (G) 2x2.

Grandview 000 00 — 0 0 4

Selah 920 1x — 13 8 1

Bardwell and Kory Kollmar; C. Sterby and Reeves.

RIVER VIEW 1-9, BURBANK 4-7: The Panthers exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for a 9-7 victory and earn a split with the Coyotes in their SCAC opener in Finley.

River View had six hits in the inning — including a two-run single by Tyler Serven — and capitalized on a walk and a hit batsman.

The Coyotes won the opener behind solid pitching from Tim Ellis (seven strikeouts) and a pair of RBIs by Lui Carrasco.

Burbank 013 000 0 — 4 6 0

River View 001 000 0 — 1 4 0

Tim Ellis and Chayse Sorbel; Jacob Frampton, Kyle Dennis (3) and Ashtin MacRoberts. Highlights—Frampton (RV) 2x2; Ruvim Tyutyunnik (RV) RBI; Lui Carrasco (B) 2 RBIs; Ellis (B) 7K.

Burbank 005 100 1 — 7 12 1

River View 000 117 x — 9 9 2

AJ Dixon, Donavan Percifield (6), Carrasco (6) and Sorbel; Blake Foster, Tyutyunnik (7) and MacRoberts. Highlights—Tim Ellis (B) 2x2, RBI; Paden Kottwitz (B) 2 RBIs; Frampton (RV) 2x3, 3 SB; Foster (RV) 2x3; Serven (RV) 2 RBIs.

Connell 4-0, Naches Valley 3-5: Austin Forsyth hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning, and he picked up the victory on the mound, as host Connell beat Naches Valley 4-3 in the opener of a nonleague doubleheader.

Chase Wells tossed a 4-hitter in the nightcap, as Naches Valley salvaged a split with a 5-0 win.

Naches Valley 011 001 0 — 3 7 3

Connell 000 013 x — 4 4 1

Cameron Walker and Daniel Spencer; Austin Forsyth, Jess Hawk (7) and Gabe Tolrud. Highlights—Spencer 2x3; Jay Whorton (NV) 2x3, HR; Forsyth HR, 3 RBIs.

Naches Valley 200 003 0 — 5 7 1

Connell 000 000 0 — 0 4 2

Chase Wells and Spencer; Hawk, Leo Bermudez (6) and Tolrud. Highlights—Spencer 3x3, 2-run HR, 7 Ks.

WARDEN 9-4, QUINCY 8-14: Jerry Reyes and Luis Reyes each hit two-run home runs to lead host Warden over Quincy 9-8 in the first game of a nonleague doubleheader.

Quincy came back to win the nightcap 14-4.

Quincy 100 111 4 — 8 6 1

Warden 330 003 x — 9 8 2

Bendt, Murphy (5) and Villareal; Tyson Yamane, Luis Reyes (6) and Bryant Chacon. Highlights—Jerry Reyes (W) 2-run HR; Luis Reyes (W) 2-run HR; Guillermo Gonzalez (W) 2x3, 2B.

Quincy 441 010 4 — 14 7 1

Warden 021 000 1 — 4 5 5

Horning, Garrison (6) and Villareal; J.Reyes, G.Gonzalez (3), Zach LaBounty (7) and Chacon. Highlights—LaBounty 2x3.

DESALES 12-7, TRI-CITIES PREP 4-0: Cam Richman struck out seven and tossed a 1-hitter to lead DeSales to a 7-0 win in the nightcap to complete a Southeast 2B sweep of visiting Tri-Cities Prep.

Matt Jubb had five hits for the Irish, which won the opener 12-4.

Phillip Geist and Isaac Nelson each had two hits for Prep in the opener.

Tri-Cities Prep 020 010 1 — 4 5 0

DeSales 212 106 0 — 12 13 2

Phillip Geist, Isaac Nelson (6) and Sam Harlow; Richard and Richman. Highlights—Nelson 2x3; Geist 2x4; Jacobson (D) 2x3; Eskil (D) 2x3; Jubb (D) 3x3.

Tri-Cities Prep 000 000 0 — 0 1 4

DeSales 021 130 x — 7 8 1

John Zilar, Jacob Amato (5), Trent Mercado (6) and Harlow; Cam Richman and Leahy. Highlights—Richman 7 Ks; Eskil 2x4; Jubb 2x4; Leahy 2x3, 2B.

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