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Reeves Drives In 7, Fans 8 For Panthers

(From Sports Replay, May 1, 1997:) Doug Adams (3-0) was the winning pitcher in Lewis and Clark’s Greater Spokane League baseball victory Tuesday. The home team reported the wrong winner to the newspaper.

Grant Reeves slowed down Shadle Park Tuesday.

Whether anyone can slow down Reeves remains to be seen.

Reeves struck out eight, had seven runs batted in, and hit his league-best fifth home run as first-place Mead (9-2) defeated visiting Shadle Park 10-2 to snap the Highlanders’ three-game winning streak in Greater Spokane League baseball.

Reeves, who also leads the GSL in RBIs, hit a two-run homer in the sixth. Mead, which has won eight of nine, has hit 10 homers, one less than Ferris.

Mead 10, Shadle Park 2

Shadle Park 000 101 0 - 2 7 1

Mead 103 312 x - 10 12 1

Hughes and Womach; Reeves and Hess. W-Reeves (3-1). L-Hughes (2-2).

HITS: Shadle Park-Snell, Hayden, Womach 3, Bell, Bender. Mead-Winterer, Strate 2, Hess, Reeves 3, Muzatko, Elmer 2, Chimienti, Kostelecky. 2B-Chimienti, Kostelecky. HR-Reeves (5).

Ferris 10, Central Valley 4

Eric Sandberg struck out 11, and went 3 for 4 with one RBI, to guide the second-place Saxons (7-3) over the third-place Bears (6-5) at CV.

Chad Adamson went 3 for 4 with two RBIs for CV, which is one-half game ahead of idle University (5-5). Just two games separate third place from last place.

Ferris 100 015 3 - 10 9 4

Central Valley 010 100 2 - 4 8 5

Sandberg, Fountain (7) and Munhall; Bartlett and Folkins. W-Sandberg (5-0). L-Bartlett (2-2).

HITS: Ferris-Sandberg 3, Fadley, Dahmen, Moll, Lampert 2, Socha. Central Valley-Adamson 3, Nelson, Miller, Jochim, Folkins. 2B-Sandberg 2, Dahmen, Adamson, Folkins. 3B-Sandberg.

Rogers 7, Gonzaga Prep 4

Shane Anderson’s two-run double in the three-run seventh lifted the Pirates (4-6) over the Bullpups (4-7) at Seafirst Stadium.

Taylor West beat Prep for the second time. Losing pitcher Zach Yarbrough struck out 12.

Rogers 022 000 3 - 7 8 6

G-Prep 310 000 0 - 4 3 4

West and Liberty; Yarbrough and O’Connor. W-West (2-3). L-Yarbrough (2-3) HITS: Rogers-Carlson 2, Liberty 2, West, Bayne, Anderson, Crowley. Gonzaga Prep-Kocharhook, Comfort, O’Connell. 2B-Anderson, Kocharhook, Comfort, O’Connell.

Lewis and Clark 12, North Central 7

Kurtis Broderson had an inside-the-park homer in the fourth, his third homer in five games, and the visiting Tigers (4-7) beat the Indians (4-7) for the second time this year.

Derek Johnson struck out four for his first decision. NC’s Ryan Corigliano hit a grand slam in the second, his second homer in as many games.

LC 211 314 0 - 12 17 1

North Central 141 000 1 - 7 10 0

De.Johnson and Kestell; Sampson, Schwarzer (3), Starr (4), Grigsby (6) and Farr. W-De.Johnson (1-0). L-Sampson (0-2).

HITS: Lewis and Clark-Haskins 2, Wheaton 2, Howard 3, Broderson 4, Adams 3, Monroe, Kestell 2. North Central- Williams, Corigliano, Farr, Grigsby 2, Froscheiser, Starr, Moore 2, Blotsky. 2B-Wheaton 2, Howard, Broderson 2, Adams, Farr. 3B-Haskins. HR-Broderson (3), Corigliano (2).

Softball

Mead 10, Shadle Park 3

Holly Turner hit a three-run homer and a solo shot, and added a sacrifice fly as the host Panthers (8-3) won their fourth straight to close within 2-1/2 games of idle University (10-0).

Andrea Carnahan was 2 for 3 and Shanelle Test struck out seven for Mead. Kelly Durgan was 3 for 4 and Rainie Drake had two RBIs for the Highlanders (5-6).

Shadle Park 000 003 0 - 3 7 2

Mead 105 301 x - 10 10 1

Rice and Drake; Test, Karstens (6) and Bonanno. W-Test (5-0). L-Rice (3-3).

HITS: Shadle Park-Durgan 3, Harchuck, Drake 2, Rice. Mead-Turner 3, Bonanno 2, Carnahan 2, Stucky, Kehl, A.Miller. 3B-Durgan, Drake. HR-Turner 2 (2).

Central Valley 2, Ferris 0

Kelly Heuett doubled in a run in the fourth, and Shannon Pierce singled and scored in the third to help the Bears (8-3) top the visiting Saxons (4-6) for their fourth straight win.

CV turned two double plays for winner Tori Mills.

Ferris 000 000 0 - 0 5 1

Central Valley 001 100 x - 2 6 0

Curry and Rudell; Mills and Stangland. W-Mills (8-1). L-Curry (5-6).

HITS: Ferris-Domonouski, Martin, Curry, Rudell, Tumlinson. Central Valley-Del Mese, Ch.Heuett, Mills, Ke.Heuett, Pierce 2. 2B-Ke.Heuett.

Rogers 3, Gonzaga Prep 1 (9)

Jamie Merrill struck out nine and Barb Draine had a two-out, RBI single in the ninth to send the visiting Pirates (7-3) over the Bullpups (3-8).

G-Prep scored on an error in the third. Angie Vulcano’s RBI double in the fourth tied the score. G-Prep’s Katie Shrope struck out five.

Rogers 000 100 002 - 3 5 1

Gonzaga Prep 001 000 000 - 1 8 2

Merrill and Vulcano; Shrope and Egger. W-Merrill (7-3). L-Shrope (3-5).

HITS: Rogers-Nill, Vulcano, Abrahamson, Draine, Jensen. Gonzaga Prep-Weiskopf 2, Egger, Toth, Shrope, Willis 3. 2B-Vulcano.

Lewis and Clark 13, North Central 0

The visiting Tigers (3-8) capitalized on eight walks and four errors to defeat the Indians (0-11).

Lewis and Clark’s Katie Marquess had three hits to support Kaylene Fountain, who helped her cause with a two-run single in the fourth.

LC 033 34 - 13 9 0

North Central 000 00 - 0 5 4

Fountain and Babin; Bertholf and Fisher. W-Fountain (2-5). L-Bertholf (0-10).

HITS: Lewis and Clark-Evans 2, Marquess 3, Fountain 2, Babin, Randall. North Central-Fisher 2, Doughty, Cook, Rosell. 2B-Fisher.

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