April 12, 1997 in Sports

Zags’ Bowne Stops No-Hitter, But Gonzaga Falls Short, 8-1

 

Area colleges

Brian Mazone pitched no-hit ball for 5-1/3 innings and struck out seven Friday as visiting San Diego (17-14-2, 5-4) beat Gonzaga University 8-1 in a West Coast Conference baseball game at August/A.R.T. Stadium.

Jeff Bowne of the Zags (13-17-1, 2-7) broke up the no-hitter with a double in the sixth. Dominic Prince followed with a run-scoring single.

Matt Kuseski drove in three runs with a two-run single in the first and a bunt single in the eighth. San Diego’s Jeb Dougherty stole four bases, including two in the ninth, when he stole home.

Jay Parks of the Toreros led off the third with a homer, his third. GU’s Troy Stoppa allowed seven runs in 7-1/3 innings.

San Diego 8, Gonzaga 1

San Diego 301 000 112 - 8 9 3

Gonzaga 000 001 000 - 1 5 4

Mazone and Betancourt; Stoppa, Adams (8), Neace (9) and Asan, Canny (9). W-Mazone (5-5). L-Stoppa (3-2. HITS: San Diego-Dougherty 2, Parks 2, Betancourt, Leuthard, Kuseski 3. Gonzaga-Bowne, Prince, Davis 2, Knight. 2B-Betancourt, Leuthard, Bowne, Davis. HR-Parks (3).

BMCC 3, CCS 1

Hector Torres hit a two-run homer in the eighth to guide the Timberwolves (6-7, 4-2 Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges) over the Sasquatch (7-8, 4-2) at Moses Lake.

Ryan Haug of CCS went 2 for 4.

CCS 100 000 000 - 1 5 1

BMCC 010 000 020 - 3 5 1

Flohr and Zarras; Menti and Torres. W-Menti. L-Flohr.

HITS: Community Colleges of Spokane-unavailable. Blue Mountain Community College-Torres 2, Ganiko, Garton, Moore. HR-Torres.

Softball

CCS 6-8, Shoreline 5-2

Stephanie Shelton’s run-scoring single in the bottom of the eighth gave the Sasquatch (14-4, 12-0) a win over the visiting Samurai in the first game of an NWAACC sweep.

Traci Moore threw a complete-game seven-hitter in the second game, striking out three and walking none.

CCS trailed the opener 5-3 when Shelton had an RBI single and Moore a sacrifice fly in the seventh.

Shoreline 103 100 00 - 5 7 3

CCS 110 100 21 - 6 13 2

Price and Quintez; Vanwert and McGowan. W-Vanwert (6-2). L-Price. HITS: Shoreline Community College-Scott 2, Ellis, Quintez 2, Ihrig, Desmond. Community Colleges of Spokane-Shelton 4, Moore, Kinder, Zahrowski, Cossette, Meddock 3, Ballou 2. 2B-Quintez.

Shoreline 001 002 0 - 2 7 3

Spokane 201 311 x - 8 9 2

Quintez, Price (1), and Hall, and Quintez (1); Moore and Curry. W-Moore (3-1). L-Quintez.

HITS: Shoreline CC-Wilson, Ellis, Quintez, Alberty, Ihrig, Hill 2. CCSShelton, Headum, Zahrowski, Armitage 2, Moore 2, Palmer, Carpenter. 2B-Armitage 2, Quintez.

, DataTimes MEMO: This sidebar appeared with the story: EWU SPRING PRACTICES With 40 letterwinners returning for fourth-year coach Mike Kramer, Eastern Washington University begins spring football practice for the 1997 season Monday. Eastern will practice Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 3 p.m. for four weeks on the practice fields beside the Sports and Recreation Center. Saturday scrimmages, which are free and open to the public, will take place April 19, April 26 and May 3 at 11 a.m. The Red-White Game on May 10 is at 2 p.m. at Woodward Stadium. The Eagles lost just 14 letterwinners from last year’s squad, including four starters on each side of the ball. Back are a total of 40 letterwinners, including 21 on offense, 17 on defense and two kickers/punters.

This sidebar appeared with the story: EWU SPRING PRACTICES With 40 letterwinners returning for fourth-year coach Mike Kramer, Eastern Washington University begins spring football practice for the 1997 season Monday. Eastern will practice Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 3 p.m. for four weeks on the practice fields beside the Sports and Recreation Center. Saturday scrimmages, which are free and open to the public, will take place April 19, April 26 and May 3 at 11 a.m. The Red-White Game on May 10 is at 2 p.m. at Woodward Stadium. The Eagles lost just 14 letterwinners from last year’s squad, including four starters on each side of the ball. Back are a total of 40 letterwinners, including 21 on offense, 17 on defense and two kickers/punters.


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