University 11-11, Shadle Park 0-1: Makayla Marshall went 2 for 3 with a triple and a double and visiting University (11-0) defeated visiting Shadle Park (1-10) 11-1 in the second game of a Greater Spokane League doubleheader sweep on Thursday.
Marshall went 2 for 2 with a home run and the Titans shutout the Highlanders 11-0 in the early game. Gracee Dwyer went 3 for 3 with two doubles for U-Hi.
Mt. Spokane 11-12, Ferris 1-8: Sophia Tutt tallied four hits and visiting Mt. Spokane (8-1) beat visiting Ferris (4-7) 12-8 in the second game to sweep a GSL doubleheader. Katelyn Strauss led the Saxons with four hits, including a home run.
Jesse Dupuis collected three hits and the Wildcats topped the Saxons 11-1 in the first game.
Central Valley 5-10, Rogers 2-3: Grace Stumbough and Jaelyn Strand both hit home runs and visiting Central Valley (7-1) completed a GSL doubleheader sweep by dispatching Rogers (5-4) 10-3 in the second game. Destiny Sandbergen homered for the Pirates.
Stumbough smacked a two-run home run as the Bears defeated the Pirates 5-2 Thursday in the opener. Preslee Pieroni added three hits for the Bears.
East Valley 15-5, North Central 5-9: Paula Pintler collected three singles and a double and visiting North Central (5-5) defeated East Valley (5-7) 9-5 in the second game to earn a split of a GSL doubleheader.
Addie Meyer drove in six runs on three hits, including a three-run homer, and the Knights topped the Indians 15-5 in the first game.
Mead 17-9, Gonzaga Prep 9-3: Tori Veter went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs and Mead (7-3) beat visiting Gonzaga Prep (1-11, 1-11) 9-3 in the second game of a GSL doubleheader sweep. Jaiden Venner was 2 for 3 with two RBIs for the Bullpups.
Sadie Bocook was 4 for 5 with a double, a triple, four RBIs and three runs scored and the Panthers handled the Bullpups 17-9 in the early game. Jaden Raley-Jones went 3 for 3 with a triple and a run for the Bullpups.
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