Ryan Eberlin had three hits and three stolen bases, leading St. Maries to a 14-7 victory over Bonners Ferry in the first half of an Intermountain League baseball doubleheader Monday at Bonners Ferry.
The first game was the completion of a game that was suspended March 26 in the top of the fifth inning with the score tied 6-6. The Lumberjacks started Monday with the bases loaded and took advantage, led by a Dustyn Thomas two-run single.
The Lumberjacks also took the nightcap 7-4. Dalton Baker relieved starting pitcher Eberlin in the first inning and surrended just one run and five hits in 62/3 innings. Baker also had six strikeouts.
Lakeland put together a seven-run inning in each game of its Inland Empire League doubleheader at Sandpoint, posting a pair of 12-5 victories.
Mallory Twidt and Jymi Fyfe led a seven-run Lakeland fifth inning in game one, each hitting two-run singles. Lizzie Dorval led the Bulldogs with 4 RBIs, including a three-run home run in the bottom of the fifth.
In the nightcap, the Hawks scored seven times in the fourth inning. Samantha Owen added an RBI single in the inning to her two-run home run in the second.
In Intermountain League play, Kristi Eisses put St. Maries ahead with a two-run single with the bases loaded in the fourth inning, leading the Lumberjacks to a 10-5 home victory over Bonners Ferry. Eisses finished 2 for 4 with three RBIs.
Ferris placed three players in the top 10 on its way to a six-stroke victory over Post Falls in the Jim Kraus Invitational at Avondale Golf Course in Hayden. Coeur d’Alene and Clarkston tied for third, eight strokes off the pace.
Central Valley medalist Nick Grigsby shot a 1-over-par 73 to defeat David Nuhn of Moscow by two strokes. Coeur d’Alene’s Taylor Lowe, Mead’s Jeff Wilcox and Ferris’ Ryan Jones each shot 76 to round out the top five.
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