Tuesday's prep softball roundup

May 14, 2014 

Emily Benson had five hits, and Cylie Richards drilled a home run as the Kamiakin Braves softball team swept the visiting Southridge Suns 10-2 and 13-2 on Tuesday to secure a share of the Mid-Columbia Conference title with Richland.

“We didn’t play as crisp as we would have liked to, but we got two wins against a quality opponent,” Kamiakin coach Tim Bisson said. “We’re happy to win the league title. That was obviously one of our goals.”

The Braves will wind down the regular season with two nonleague games against Camas and Battle Ground before hosting a sub-regional game next Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Southridge 200 000 0 — 2 8 2

Kamiakin 041 140 x — 10 12 0

Gilliam and Hammond; Ramsey, Austin (7) and Tawny Becker. Highlights—Gilliam (S) 2x4, 3B; Yoakam (S) 3B; Lee (S) 2x3; Schmook (S) 2B; Emily Benson (K) 4x4, 2B; Carlie Richards (K) 2x4; Lowry (K) 2B; Ramsey (K) 7 Ks.

Southridge 100 000 1 — 2 8 2

Kamiakin 404 113 x — 13 14 1

Gould and Hammond; Moore, Austin (5) and Becker. Highlights—Ziemba (S) 2x3, 2B, 3B; Scoggin (S) 2x3; Oord (K) 2x4, 2B; Castilleja (K) 3x3, 2B, 3B; Cylie Richards (K) 3x3, 2B, HR; Hunter Schneitter (K) 3B; Benson (K) 3B; Car.Richards (K) 3B.

Hanford 8-6, Kennewick 0-4: Kadi Patterson had two triples in the open and a double in the nightcap, as Hanford swept host Kennewick in an MCC doubleheader.

In the opener, Falcons pitcher Kayla DeLaPaz scattered five hits and fanned six for the victory. Lexi Alaniz had three hits for Hanford in the nightcap.

Hanford 011 033 0 — 8 10 4

Kennewick 000 000 0 — 0 5 3

Kayla DeLaPaz and Whitney Nash; Eva Guizar, JT Thomas (6) and Abby Cole. Highlights—DeLaPaz 6 K’s; Kadi Patterson (H) 2x4, 2 3Bs; Rilie Berg (H) 2x4, W.Nash 3x3, 2B; Miranda Foraker (H) 3x3; Julissa Gonzalez (K) 2x3; Marivel Macias (K) 2B.

Hanford 510 000 0 — 6 6 2

Kennewick 013 000 0 — 4 6 7

K.Patterson and R.Berg; JT Thomas, Guizar (5) and Cole. Highlights—Lexi Alaniz (H) 3x4; K.Patterson 2B; Alane Wilkerson (H) 2B; Gonzalez (K) 2x3, Teri Wade (K) 2x3; Gaby Nava (K) 2B.

East Valley 16-13, Prosser 2-3: The Red Devils pounded out 26 hits on the day in sweeping host Prosser in CWAC play.

Sydney Stearns and Ariah Yager each had a hit for the Mustangs in the opener, while Chey Silva went 2-for-3 in the second game.

East Valley 345 22 — 16 13 0

Prosser 000 11 — 2 2 2

Brulotte and Gutierrez; Sydney Stearns and Ariah Yager. Highlights—Yager 1x2, R; Stearns 1x2 R; Thorson (EV) 2x3, Ingrahm (EV) 2x3.

East Valley 000 631 3 — 13 13 0

Prosser 000 300 0 — 3 6 2

Brulotte, Hulzman (4) and Gutierrez; Chey Silva, Brittney Florian (7) and Yager. Highlights—Silva (P) 2x3, R; Brulotte (EV) 2x3; Gutierrez (EV) 2x5.

River View 12-11, Columbia-Burbank 2-1: Kaylee Lozier picked up two wins on the mound for the Panthers and also had a fine day at the plate, scoring three runs in Game 1 and driving in two in Game 2.

River View clinched the No. 4 seed to the District 5 playoffs beginning Thursday.

Columbia-Burbank 101 000 — 2 7 1

River View 052 122 — 12 16 0

One out when 10-run rule invoked. Rachel Roberts and Holst; Kaylee Lozier and Kylie Sakota. Highlights—Roberts (CB) 2x2, 2B, 2R; Holst (CB) 2x3; Lozier (RV) 3x4, 2B, 3B, 3R, 10 K; Ashley Dickinson (RV) 2x4; Jessica Burruss (RV) 2x4, 2 RBI; Rachel Dorn (RV) 2x3; Brooklyn Chavez (RV) HR, 2 RBI; K.Sakota (RV) 2x3, 2 3B, 2 RBI; Cierra Sakota (RV) 2x4, 2B, 2 RBI.

Columbia-Burbank 001 00 — 1 5 2

River View 056 0x — 11 9 0

Aleah Wright and Roberts; Lozier and K.Sakota. Highlights—Roberts (CB) 2x2; Lozier (RV) 2 RBI, 5 Ks, 0 BB; Burrus (RV) 2 RBI; Chavez (RV) 2x3, 2 RBI; Ashley O’Hair (RV) 3B, 2 RBI; C.Sakota (RV) 2x3, 2 RBI.

Warden 24-14, Wahluke 3-0: The Cougars secured second place in the SCAC East standings with a pair of road wins over Wahluke in the final regular-season doubleheader.

Warden (16-2, 10-2 SCAC) will host Cle Elum at 4 p.m. on May 22 in an SCAC district game.

Against the Warriors, Shania Kisler went 4-for-4 with two triples, four RBIs and scored four runs, while Aaliyah Enriquez had a double, triple and two RBIs.

In the second game, which was halted after three innings because Wahluke had a school concert, Renna Whitney and Leilani Pruneda each drove in two runs.

Warden 554 55 — 24 21 1

Wahluke 002 10 — 3 1 5

Aneissa Gonzales and Julianna Pruneda; Rivera and Martinez. Highlights—Warden: Gonzales 8K; Shania Kisler 4x4, 2 3Bs, 4R, 4 RBIs; Lexy Pruneda 4x4, 2 RBIs, 3 SB; Aaliyah Enriquez 3x3, 2B, 3B, 2 RBIs; Leilani Pruneda 3x4, 3RBIs, 2B, 3B.

Warden 365 — 14 10 1

Wahluke 000 — 0 0 4

Aneissa Gonzales, BryLee Whitney (3) and Lexy Pruneda; Rivera and Martinez. Highlights—Warden: Renna Whitney 3x3, 2 RBIs; Andrea Contreras 2x2, RBI; Leilani Pruneda 3B, 2 RBIs.

GPTO 8, Dayton 5: Taylor Fram, Lexus Ward and Mia Becker each had two hits, but it wasn’t enough as host Dayton lost to Garfield-Palouse/Tekoa-Oakesdale in a Southeast 2B district tournament elimination game.

The Bulldogs committed seven errors in the loss.

GPTO 001 223 0 — 8 9 3

Dayton 102 002 0 — 5 9 7

Pfaff and Johnson; Ward and M.Mings. Highlights—Taylor Frame (D) 2x4; Lexus Ward (D) 2x4; Mia Becker (D) 2x3.

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