CCS softball season comes to end
Treasure Valley (28-19) scored five runs in the top of the eighth inning and beat Community Colleges of Spokane 7-2 at the NWAACC softball championships Saturday in Portland.
Megan Skillingstad had a solo home run for CCS (25-18), which is finished for the season.
• Kasey Stanchek and Kaitlin Inglesby were sharp on the mound as No. 18 Washington (38-17) beat No. 23 Texas Tech (41-16) 2-0 in the semifinals of the NCAA Division I Seattle Regional tournament in Seattle.
Kylee Lahners and Shawna Wright had RBI hits for the Huskies.
Stanchek (10-2) allowed no hits through the first four innings and Inglesby allowed just two hits through the final three innings for the save.
The Huskies will play in today’s championship round against Harvard. UW will have two chances to advance to the Super Regionals.
Idaho’s Jarred Bossio shot a 7-over-par 77 in the final round of the NCAA West Regional tournament in Palo Alto, Calif., and finished tied for 51st.
Moscow’s Kjell Schioberg, formerly of Hamburg, Germany, took first place in the Windermere Marathon in Spokane. Schioberg finished in 2 hours, 44 minutes and 57 seconds.
Spokane Valley’s Ryan Kipp was second in 2:49.10. Spokane’s Jessica Toillion was the fastest female in 3:12.04.