April 15, 1995 in Washington Voices

Sohns Sizzles On Mound For West Valley

By The Spokesman-Review
 

During a season when Frontier League baseball teams can’t score too many runs, West Valley’s Tyson Sohns pitched a dandy.

His four-hit, 12-strikeout 5-2 victory that evened WV’s record was an aberration in a league where teams have scored in double figures 13 times.

“Just when we talked about scores, this happens,” said Eagle coach Ray Riggin. “It’s amazing how well you can play when a pitcher gets ahead in the count and there are no errors.”

Sohns’ victory got the team back into the chase behind surprising East Valley.

The Knights scored 12 runs or more in four games to lead the league at 5-1. Included were 12-10 and 25-10 wins over WV.

Hot-hitting Brock Rogers has had 16 hits and 14 runs batted in for the Knights.

Not to be outdone, Eagle Tim Eklund has gone 14 for 20 in six games. At one time he was 13 for 15, including one 9-for-9 stretch.

Four SEG athletes to regionals

Four Spokane Elite Gymnastics competitors have qualified for the regional championships.

Brooke Bishop, Lindsay Brandle, Tara Hulbert and Gail Larsen will compete in Seattle, April 21-22.

They were part of an SEG Level 9 team that finished sixth in the Washington State Gymnastics Championships.

It came nearly a near to the day after SEG’s facility burned in an arson fire at Montgomery Commercial Center.

The girls faced three months with no gym.

But 20 hours of work each week enabled Bishop to win state floor exercise for ages 12-13 in 9.475. She was eighth all around.

Larsen in ages 14-15 was second on beam at 9.075 and seventh all around.

Hulbert was sixth on bars at 8.55 and Brandle was ninth on beam and 10th all around in the age 14-15 category.

Also, Jaime Brunner placed third in floor exercise for girls 16 and older at 9.1.

Painted Hills golfers play

During the second week of Painted Hills Ladies Club competition, nohandicap golfer Maureen Williams led the way with a 48.

Pat Casey and Teri Schmarr shared low gross honors with 49s in A flight.

Other leaders were Lynn Hatfield with 56 in B, Pat Schlosstein with 61 in C, and Idell Choate with 64 in D.

Net leaders were Ellan Bohannan with 36 in A flight, Sharon Halsey with 38 in B, Audrey Kreuziger with 39 in C and Ellen Spalding with 39 in D.

Liberty Lake 18s results

First outing for Liberty Lake Ladies 18-Hole club produced a low gross score of 91 by Billie Etter.

She was golfing in A flight where Jackie Shea had a net 72.

In B flight, Mabel Watkins shot 94. Net leader Lili Shiosaki shot 71 to edge Ellen Boudewyns, Nancy Montieth and Jean Fulks by a stroke.

Flurry Snyder shot 102 in C flight and Betty Blackburn netted 73. Betty Dalzell shot 104 in D flight and Jane MacKelvie had a net 70.


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