April 2, 1997 in Sports

Grand Slam Boosts CV Past Ferris

 

GSL softball

Tori Mills found the best way to improve her pitching record to 3-0.

Mills hit a grand slam in the seventh Tuesday to rally visiting Central Valley (3-0) over Ferris 10-5 in a Greater Spokane League softball game.

Leann Tumlinson’s three-run homer in the fourth put the Saxons (0-2) ahead 5-3.

Central Valley 10, Ferris 5

C.Valley 003 000 7 - 10 12 0

Ferris 100 400 0 - 5 5 5

Mills and Stangland; Fountain, Curry (7) and Lytle. W-Mills. L-Fountain (2-2).

HITS: Central Valley - Schmitt 2, Sackmann, DelMese 4, Heuett, Stangland, Mills, Shields, Pierce. Ferris - Domonouski, Lytle, Blevins, Curry, Tumlinson. 3B-Domonouski, Lytle. HR- Tumlinson (1), Mills (1).

LC 15, North Central 14

Sarah Babin’s bases-clearing triple in the seventh lifted the Tigers (1-2) over the visiting Indians (0-3) at Jack Blair Memorial Field.

NC drew 14 walks and led 11-4 after four, but didn’t have a hit after the third. Tigers pitcher Katie Marquess, who relieved in the first, also homered in the first.

No.Central 542 000 3 - 14 7 2

L.Clark 400 062 3 - 15 13 3

Berthof and Hahn; Randall,Marquess (1) and Babin. W-Marquess (1-2). L-Berthof (0-3).

HITS: NC - Hahn, Doughty, Stearns, Bibb, Carter 2, Rosell. LC - Marquess 2, Evans, Babin 4, Geibel 2, Musgrove, Randall 3. 2B-Babin 2. 3B-Doughty, Babin. HR-Marquess.

Rogers 9, Gonzaga Prep 1

Jamie Merrill pitched a four-hitter and Brooke Egger started the offense with a solo homer in the fourth as the Pirates (1-1) beat the visiting Bullpups (1-2).

Kim Jensen and Angel Fairbanks had three RBIs apiece and combined to finish 5 of 7.

Gonzaga Prep 000 100 0 - 1 4 2

Rogers 000 153 x - 9 11 1

Shrope, Leonetti (5) and McClain; Marrill and Vulcano. W-Merrill (1-1). L-Shrope (1-2).

HITS: Gonzaga Prep - Palmer, Willis, Weiskopf, Egger. Rogers - Christiansen, Fairbanks 2, Vulcano 2, Nill 2, Jensen 3, Abrahamson. 2B-Fairbanks, Jensen. HR-Egger (1).

Mead 9, Shadle Park 3

Shanelle Test struck out nine and had a two-run double in the second to help the visiting Panthers (2-1) over the Highlanders (2-1).

Mead began strongly, with Janessa Karstens tripling and scoring on Andrea Carnahan’s single in the first.

Mead 321 010 2 -9 9 4

Shadle Park 110 001 0 -3 5 6

Test and Bonanno; Stockman and Drake. W-Test (1-0). L-Stockman (2-1).

HITS: Mead - Karstens 2, Carnahan 3, Test, Bonanno 2, Shirky. Shadle Park - Harchuck, Durgan 2, Drake, Trudeau. 2B-Test. 3B-Karstens, Shirky, Trudeau.

Frontier League

East Valley 3, Cheney 0

Rebecca Triplett pitched a two-hitter and struck out six, and Ashley LeGrant had three hits and two RBIs to guide the visiting Knights (4-0) over the Blackhawks (0-1).

Malea Schumacher doubled for EV, which moved one-half game ahead of idle West Valley (3-0).

East Valley 002 010 0 -3 9 0

Cheney 000 000 0 -0 2 0

Triplett and Casey. Bliss and Rotschford. W-Triplett. L-Bliss (0-1).

HITS: East Valley-Schumacher 3, Musgrave 2, LeGrant 3, Stookey. Cheney-Smith, Rotschford. 2B-Schumacher.

, DataTimes


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