Track and field, softball, baseball, area colleges
Washington State’s Greg Hornsby won the 60- and 200-meter runs and was a member of the winning 1600-meter relay team at the Husky Classic indoor track and field meet Saturday in Seattle.
Hornsby won the 60-meter dash in a time of 6.84 seconds and then added a win in the 200 meters with a lifetime-best time of 21.51.
Jeshua Anderson helped the Cougars’ cause with a win in the 400 meters, completing a season-best time of 46.93 seconds.
Anderson was also a member of the 1600-meter relay team that paced the field with a time of 3:11.28.
In the women’s events, the Cougars were led by Shawna Fermin, who ran a personal-best time of 56.11 to take fourth place in the 400 meters.
Eastern Washington’s Stephanie Dye took fourth in the 3,000-meter run (18:04.68) and Angelica Rodriguez finished third in the 800 meters (2:14.39).
For the second time in as many days, the North Idaho Cardinals (7-9, 2-5) split a doubleheader with Southern Nevada (9-12, 2-5), falling 7-2 in the opener but winning the second game 5-3 in St. George, Utah.
In the second game, Shelby Gonzales continued her hot hitting, going 2 for 3 at the plate, with her grand slam giving the Cardinals a 4-2 lead in the fifth inning.
After splitting opening day, Whitworth (2-2) did the same thing Saturday against LeTourneau (2-2), winning 4-2 before falling 5-3 in the nightcap in Longview, Texas.
C.J. Perry picked up the win for the Pirates in the opener, going seven innings and allowing just one run with a pair of strikeouts.