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Ryan Leads Coug Win

Shadle Park graduate Rob Ryan had three singles and a double and Washington State pounded out a season-high 17 hits to beat visiting Lewis-Clark State 10-7 at Bailey Field.

WSU won its third straight game and improved to 21-23 overall. L-C State is 41-12.

The Cougars play Gonzaga today at Columbia Basin College in Pasco.

WSU 10, L-C State 7

LCSC 021 210 100 - 7 9 1 WSU 014 210 20X - 10 17 2

Gullard, Lee (3), J.R. Yackley (8) and Ciraulo, Wilson (4). Murray, Clifford (4) and Hairston, Hamik (7). W-Clifford (1-2); L-Lee (4-2); SV-None.

HITS: LCSCInzunza 2, Davis, Phair 3, Rodriquez 2, Pereira. WSURyan 4, Ken Cameron 3, Kinkade 2, Naumu, Horner 3, Hairston, Rask, Kies 2. HR-Phair (3).

NIC 13, CCS 3 Central Valley High star Jeremy Mort drove in four runs with two hits and Jerud Martin went 3 for 3 including a double and triple during North Idaho’s 13-3 baseball victory over visiting Community Colleges of Spokane.

CCS 000 010 020 - 3 9 2 NIC 141 122 02x - 13 15 1

Hobart, Rice (4), Serenzia (6), Miller (8) and Getz. Ayers, Doyle (3), Stephens (4), Decelle (7), Caponigro (9) and Danton, Tarasoff (8). W-Stephens (1-1). L-Hobart.

HITS: CCS Melsoness, Sage, Matthews 2, Clark 2, Fischer, Moseley, Steele. NIC Mort 2, Je.Martin 3, Danton 2, McGregor, Collins, Sheridan, Sandow 2, Bartell 2, Tarasoff. 2B-Je.Martin, Bartell, Steele. 3B-Je.Martin, Mort. HR- McGregor (5).

Softball

CCS 14-16, Yakima 1-0 Tanya Palmer went 6 for 7, scored five runs and had a three-run homer in Community Colleges of Spokane’s romp over host Yakima.

Spokane 046 40 - 14 14 1 Yakima 000 10 - 1 4 3

D.Fountain and J.Fountain; Ford, Tormashi (3) and Chapman. W-D.Fountain (8-2). L-Ford.

HITS: Spokane-Palmer 3, D.Fountain 3, Coffield, Parry, Walls 2, J.Fountain, Morris, West 2, Chandler, Flaa 2. Yakima-Knight, Garnet, McCafferty, Tormashi. 2B-D.fountain, J.Fountain, Flaa. 3B-Walls, Knight.

Spokane 157 12 - 16 20 0 Yakima 000 00 - 0 6 3

J.Fountain and Galeazzi; Bramini and Chapman. W-J.Fountain (7-3). L-Bramini.

HITS: Spokane-Palmer 3, D.Fountain 2, Galeazzi, Flaa 2, J.Fountain, Johnson 4, Santos, West 2, Chandler 2, Fine 2. Yakima-Bramini 2, Knight 2, Sallee, McCafferty. 2B-Flaa, West, Chandler. 3B-Flaa, Johnson. HR-Palmer (1).

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