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Wednesday, October 28, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Moscow Girls Remain Unbeaten

Kasey Kinziger, Emy Makus and Erin Makus all singled, doubled and homered Tuesday to lead Moscow (5-0, 1-0) over visiting Bonners Ferry 22-4 in an Intermountain League softball game.

Emy Makus finished with six RBIs. Amy Sorbel and Kara Swank combined to two-hit the Badgers, although they had six walks and five hit batters.

Nicki Roecks’ two-run double in the eighth allowed Freeman to edge visiting St. Maries 15-14 in a non-leaguer.

The Lumberjacks led 13-7 before Freeman’s six-run seventh. Amy Reid of St. Maries finished with three RBIs.


Clark Kawamoto hit two of Priest River’s six home runs in a 13-9 non-league win over host Lakeside.

Larry Johnson, Adam Hester and Casey Scott also homered for the Spartans to back winning pitcher Will Mason. Brad Nelson, Ted Colley and Kenny Pluff had back-to-back-to-back homers for the Knights (0-3).

In another non-leaguer, visiting St. Maries led Freeman 21-5 when the game was suspended after four innings. The game will be finished April 17, before another game.

Through four innings, Lane Watkins of St. Maries was 4 for 4, with a grand slam and 10 RBIs.

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