Katie Mahoney made the most of her outdoor track and field debut Saturday for Eastern Washington.
The 2011 Richland High graduate qualified for the Big Sky Championships in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, finishing the event in 11 minutes, 11.54 seconds at the Al Manuel Invitational hosted by Montana.
Hermiston grad Cody Humphrey also qualified, throwing a personal best 53 feet, 9 3/4 inches in the shot put. Southridge grad Emma Murillo qualified in the hammer throw, launching it 163-9 for the 10th longest throw in school history.
Stanford Invitational: Washing-ton State’s Garrett Gerling, a Walla Walla graduate, ran a personal best 14.53 to take second in the 110-meter hurdles.
Washington State 8, Stanford 5: Brett Jacobs, a Richland grad, was 2-for-4 as the host Cougars (16-10, 3-3) upset the Cardinal in Pac-12 play in Pullman.
Oregon 6, Washington 0: Columbia Basin alum Trevor Dunlap struck out the side in the sixth inning for the visiting Huskies, who were shut out by the Ducks in Pac-12 action.
Loyola Marymount 9-1, Gonzaga 2-2: Warden graduate Arturo Reyes threw a complete game, allowing one run on nine hits to lift the visiting Bulldogs past the Lions.
Whitman 9-3, Lewis & Clark 3-7: Dayton graduate Brett Lambert threw four innings of two-hit relief as the Missionaries won the opener of their Northwest Conference doubleheader in Portland.
Pacific 13, Willamette 3: Trux French, a Kennewick High grad, was 1-for-3 with a run scored as the Boxers cruised to a home victory.
Western Oregon 1-10, Central Washington 0-13: Richland High graduate Stinson Ott induced a pair of fly outs on consecutive pitches to earn his first save of the season, as the Wildcats rallied to force a split in their GNAC doubleheader in Monmouth.
Central Washington 2-0, Simon Fraser 0-6: Hanford graduate Remy Bradley was 3-for-3 with a double and a run scored in the opener of a Great Northwest Athletic Conference doubleheader for the host Wildcats (12-11, 10-6). Andrea Hamada, a Walla Walla grad, was 1-for-2 in the nightcap.