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Idaho state baseball roundup: Lake City and Lewiston advance to 5A semifinals with victories

Kyle Manzardo went 3 for 3, drove in two runs and scored twice as the Lake City Timbervolves beat the Timberline Wolves on Thursday in a first-round 5A State game in Boise.

Dominc Conigliaro struck out seven in a complete-game effort for LC, which advances to a semifinal date with Highland at 4:30 p.m. Friday. Highland defeated Moutain View 5-4.

Lewiston 2, Madison 0: The Julian Washburn threw a five-hit shutout and Bengals defeated the Bobcats in Boise to advance to a semifinal game with Meridian at 7:15 p.m. on Friday.

Lewiston scored the eventual winning run by way of a sixth-inning error. Meridian beat Eagle 1-0 in the opener for both teams.


Minico 3, Lakeland 1: The Hoplites got past the Hawks in a first-round matchup at Twin Falls, sending Lakeland to a loser-out game with Bishop Kelly at 1 p.m. Friday.

Pocatello beat Bishop Kelly 4-3 in their opening-round game.


Bonners Ferry 11, South Freemont 1: Vince Bennett had seven strikeouts and threw a four-hitter as the Badgers handled the Cougars in a first-round game at Fruitland HS, landing them in a 4 p.m. Friday semifinal game with Homedale, which defeated Snake River 5-0.

Bennett also went 2 for 3 at the plate, drove in three runs and scored twice. Brady Bateman had two hits and three runs scored for the Badgers.


St. Maries 6, Firth 2: Bryant Asbury went 2 for 4 at the plate and struck out nine on the mound as the Lumberjacks scored four runs in the first and never looked back, defeating the Cougars in a first-round game in Orofino to move on to a semifinal with Nampa Christian at 3:30 p.m. Friday.

The Trojans beat Wendell 10-0 in their first-round game.

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