The Southridge Bandits and Twin City Titans baseball teams remained unbeaten Friday at the Papa’s Pizza Tournament in Eugene.
The Bandits defeated the Portland Barbers 6-1, while the Titans beat Mudville Pinnacle (Seattle) 8-0 and then routed Showtime (Battle Ground) 10-1.
The Bandits and Titans, who both are 3-0 at the tournament, will meet at 1 p.m. Saturday.
“We’ll see what happens tomorrow,” Twin City coach Pete Marquez said.
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Twin City’s Easton Henke and Chase Krumm combined to no-hit Mudville Pinnacle, while Hunter French, Kaden Enriquez and Nate Gee recorded a two-hitter against Showtime.
Tait Gillespie went 5-for-7 on the day for the Titans.
Bryce Grigg and Kyle Harvey each had two hits in Southridge’s win over Portland. Trenton Nett pitched all seven innings, striking out eight and giving up five hits.
Highlights: Trenton Nett (S) 7IP-5H-1R-3BB-8K; Bryce Grigg (S) 2x4, 2B, 2R; Kyle Harvey (S) 2x3, R.
Highlights: Cooper Ellison (TC) 2x4, RBI; Ryan Dearing (TC) 2x3, 3R; Mike Jones (TC) 2x4; Tait Gillespie (TC) 2x4, 2 RBIs; Easton Henke (TC) 5IP-0H-0R-1BB-4K; Chase Krumm (TC) 2IP-0H-0R-1BB-1K.
Highlights: McKlane Elgin (TC) 2x3, 2 RBIs; Tait Gillespie (TC) 3x3; Nate Gee (TC) 2x4, RBI; Hunter French (TC) 5IP-1R-1H-2K.
▪ The Richland Knights cruised to a 13-2 win over the Kennewick Dusters in the Tri-City Summer Series-17U at Richland High School. Both teams entered the game with 2-0 records in the tournament.
A day after beating the Kennewick Phantoms 7-5, the Dusters rolled to a 10-0 win over the the Kennewick Sluggers.
Thursday, the Knights romped over the Sluggers 15-0, then needed nine innings to beat Montesano Precision Pipe 4-3.
The Hanford Flames are 2-0 in the tournament. They edged the Hermiston Spuds 3-2 on Thursday and beat the Phantoms 8-1 on Friday.
The Phantoms rebounded from their first two losses, thumping the Sluggers 16-2.
Hermiston lost to Montesano 11-0 on Friday and fell to 0-2 for the tournament.
Saturday’s schedule: 10 a.m., Kennewick Dusters vs. Montesano Precision Pipe; 12:30 p.m., Hanford Flames vs. Montesano Precision Pipe; 3 p.m., Hanford Flames vs. Kennewick Sluggers; 5:30 p.m., Hermiston Spuds vs. Kennewick Phantoms; 8 p.m., Hermiston Spuds vs. Richland Knights.
▪ Friday’s results from the Outlaw Shootout at Columbia Basin College and Roy Johnson Field:
At CBC — Spokane Bandits 15, Belgrade Bandits 0; Bellingham Post 7 9, CWBC 5; Walla Walla 2, Reality Sports 0; Missoula Prospects 4, Spokane Cannons 2.
At Roy Johnson — Spokane Northstars 7, Seattle Tides 7; Yakima Beetles 4, BLE Showcase 3; Centralia Sobe/Toyota 7, Hanford Flames 5; Kennewick Outlaws 6, N. Lakes Mountaineers 0.
Bellevue (Neb.) outfielder Trevor Jones (Hanford) was named to the Omaha World-Herald’s All-Nebraska NAIA team.
Bellevue catcher Jake Browne (Hanford) was an honorable mention selection.
Jones and Browne helped the Bruins advance to the Avista-NAIA World Series for the first time since 2008.
The Team Yakima 14 Gold team went 0-3 on the first day of the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships in Indianapolis.
Richland’s Emma Lee is on the roster for Team Yakima, which will play three matches Saturday.
The Team Yakima 15 Gold squad, which includes Richland’s Hailey Daves, Alaina Lacey and Lindsay Rosenthal, will begin national play Saturday.