March 27, 2010 in Sports

Central Valley’s Hammersley no-hits EV

 

Dan Hammersley struck out six and pitched a no-hitter as Central Valley beat East Valley (1-2) 13-0 in five innings in Greater Spokane League baseball Friday at EV.

Dane Berg tripled and homered with three RBIs and David Borgman added a pair of hits and four RBIs for the Bears (5-0), who put the game away with five runs in the first and fifth innings.

In other GSL games, Mead (3-0) rattled off five straight hits in the fourth inning to score three runs in a 5-4 win over visiting Shadle Park (1-4). Parker Scott led the Highlanders with three hits and two RBIs. … Austin Weber scattered six hits over seven innings, striking out four, as Ferris (2-3) jumped on North Central (2-3) early to win 8-2 at NC. Ryan Krustangel’s two-run double in the third gave the Saxons a 5-1 lead that was more than enough. … Nick Motsinger had four hits and scored a pair of runs for University (4-1), which pounded out 10 hits to upend host Lewis and Clark (2-3) 8-3 at Hart Field. … Alex Allard pitched four innings, striking out seven and allowing just one run for host Mt. Spokane (4-0), which scored early and often in an 11-1 five-inning win over Rogers (0-5).

Softball

Lindsey Gibson put a stop to the potent University (5-1) offense, allowing just two runs on four hits in a 6-2 GSL win for Central Valley (3-2) over the visiting Titans. Jenna Gaskin had a pair of hits for the Bears, while McKenzie Shea hit a two-run home run in the third.

In other GSL games, Jill Pecka had two hits, four runs and six stolen bases and Alisha Meade came on in relief to earn her sixth win as Mead (6-0) outlasted visiting East Valley (2-3) 11-7. … Trailing 5-2 after six innings, Shadle Park (2-4) rallied for seven runs in the seventh, with Elizabeth Robinski’s two-run triple capping it, to give the Highlanders a 9-5 win at Mt. Spokane (3-3). … Kilee Brown and Kasara Wise homered to lift North Central (2-3) to an 8-4 win at Gonzaga Prep (3-2). The Bullpups had 13 hits but didn’t convert them into enough runs. Wise’s two-run homer in the fourth gave the Indians the lead for good at 5-4. … Whitney Johnson doubled three times and Sara Anthony added a home run and a single for Rogers (2-3), which scored four times in the fifth and won 8-5 at Ferris (1-4).

Track and field

Freshman Katie Knight of North Central broke a meet record with a time of 5 minutes, 6 seconds in winning the 1,600 meters at the Eastmont Cats Invite in East Wenatchee.

The NC boys, led by senior Ben Johnston’s record 4:16.38 win in the 1,600, outscored Central Valley 146-111.5 to win their division. CV won the girls division with 140 points. NC finished sixth with 68.

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