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RiverHawks down Bells 6-1, snap nine-game losing streak

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Steve Bralver hit a grand slam during a six-run fifth inning and Jordan Moore pitched a five-hitter as the Spokane RiverHawks snapped a nine-game losing streak Tuesday with a 6-1 win over the host Bellingham Bells (2-1, 2-1) in West Coast Collegiate League play at Joe Martin Field.

Aaron Wible added two RBIs for the RiverHawks (4-9, 3-9), who continue their three-game series tonight.


University High products Haley and Mandy Parsons are among the top 14 heading into the final round of the WSGA Women’s Amateur Championship at Whispering Firs Golf Course at McChord Air Force Base, Wash.

Haley fired a second-round, 5-over-par 78 and is tied for 12th place at 158. Mandy carded a second-round 77 and is one shot behind her sister.

Cheney’s Katie Kofmehl is at 174.

Renee Skidmore of Everett leads at 145.

•Bob Scott of MeadowWood Golf Course shot an even-par 72 to tie for 17th place after the first round of the Oregon Open Invitational at Aspen Lakes Golf Course in Sisters.

Former Seattle Mariners pitcher Erik Hanson, an amateur, shot 67 for a one-shot lead.

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