The Tri-City Americans will open their preseason schedule Sept. 2 aganst the Portland Winterhawks at the Everett Silvertips tournament.
The Americans also will play Seattle and Victoria in Everett.
Tri-City will host the Red Lion Hotels tournament Sept. 7-10, welcoming Everett, Spokane, Prince George, Portland Seattle, Red Deer and Kootenay.
The Americans will play Prince George at 7:05 p.m. on Sept. 7, Red Deer on Sept. 9 and Seattle on Sept. 10.
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Tri-City will finish its preseason schedule with a home-and-home series with the Spokane.
The Chiefs will play at Tri-City on Sept. 16, while the Americans will play at Spokane on Sept. 17.
The Southridge Bandits scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning en route to a 7-6 victory Thursday over the Lewis & Clark Twin sat the Dwight Church Tournament in Lewiston, Idaho.
Lane Hailey had three hits and drove in two runs for the Bandits, while Nick Grade had a double and an RBI.
The Bandits will play the Nampa Chiefs at noon on Friday.
Wednesday, Austin Haughton drove in two runs to help the Twin City Titans to a 3-1 victory over the Southridge Bandits.
Hunter French pitched a complete game for the Titans, while Ryan Sanders had two hits for the Bandits.
▪ The Kennewick AAA Outlaws won two games Thursday at Davis High School in Yakima, beating the Basin Round Rocks 10-0 in six innings, and the NW Bandit Showcase 9-1.
Against the Round Rocks, Mason Martin had a double and drove in three runs, while Austin Bergdahl and Trent Sellers each drove in two. Blake Collier pitched a complete game.
Skylar Morby hit two doubles and drove in four runs for the Outlaws in their win over the NW Bandit Showcase. Dillion Plew added a solo home run, and A.J. Dixon picked up the win.
Tuesday, Outlaws dropped a 12-2 game to the Utah Marshalls on Tuesday at Gates Field in Salk Lake City.
Kennewick jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first inning, and the game was tied at 2 after three. Utah scored four runs in the fourth and six in the fifth to invoke the 10-run rule.
Plew had two hits for the Outlaws.
The Tri-City Pilots topped the Missouri Stix 11-3 in their first game of the Omaha SlumpBuster 2016 Triple Crown tournament in Omaha, Neb.
The Pilots will play the Texas Smash and the Rochester Royals on Friday.
Three Pilot players — Gavin Ayers (Kennewick), Joey Duberstein (Richland) and Nick Lindholm (Kennewick) — were selected to play on the 13U/14U West All-Star Team competing in the SlumpBuster.
Nick Mandell of Canyon Lakes Golf Course finished tied for 10th at the Oregon Open Invitational at Brasada Canyons in Powell, Butte, Ore.
Mandell shot a 1-under-par 215 during the three-round event, to finish six strokes behind winner Ryan Benzel (209) of Sahalee Country Club.
Mike Kasch of Pasco Golfland was tied for 45th with a 149 after two days, but a 70 during the final round moved him into a tie for 22nd with a 219.
Jason Aichele of Meadow Springs Country Club was tied for 38th with a 148 after two rounds, but a 76 for the third round dropped him into a tie for 40th.
Matt Mandell of Canyon Lakes was tied for 58th (151) after Wednesday, but an 80 for the third round dropped him into a tie for 66th with a 231.
Steve Stull (157, Meadow Springs), Art Key (157, Sun Willows), Jesse Van Schoiack (158, Meadow Springs), JT Compher (163, Horn Rapids), Loren Miller (164, Meadow Springs) and Chris Peterson (169, Meadow Springs) did not make the cut.