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Baseball roundup: Julian Taudin-Chabbot throws complete game with five strikeouts, Cheney beats West Valley

From staff reports

Great Northern League

Cheney 9, West Valley 2 (GM1): Julian Taudin-Chabbot threw a complete game with five strikeouts and no walks and the Blackhawks beat the Eagles. Jake Berman added a 2-run home run for Cheney.

West Valley 6, Cheney 3 (GM2): Hunter Tiffany went five innings with six strikeouts and the Eagles beat the Blackhawks. Spencer Shipman and Toby Andres had a 2-run double apiece.

Pullman 7, Clarkston 1 (GM1): Zane Wilson had two hits, including a double, and the Greyhounds one-hit the Bantams.

Pullman 8, Clarkston 2 (GM2): Payton Utzman had a double and the Greyhounds defeated the Bantams.

Northeast 2B

Liberty 12, Reardan 1 (GM1): Matthew Burley struck out 11 batters and the Lancers defeated the Indians.

Liberty 16, Reardan 0 (GM2): Alec Fletcher pitched a shutout and the Lancers defeated the Indians.

Asotin 6, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 0 (GM1): Devin Fry struck out 11 batters and the Panthers shut out the Broncos.

Asotin 5, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 0 (GM2): Noah Renzelman struck out nine batters and the Panthers defeated the Broncos.

Northeast 1B

Odessa 19, Curlew 0 (GM1): Theron Schlomer drove in three runs and the Tigers defeated the Cougars.

Odessa 19, Curlew 0 (GM2): Marcus King had two doubles and a triple, driving in four runs and the Tigers defeated the Cougars.

Selkirk 8, Columbia 2 (GM1): Aiden Penney went 4 for 4 with a home run, a triple and three stolen bases and the Rangers beat the Lions.

Selkirk 20, Columbia 5 (GM2): Jay Link went 4 for 4 with a double, a triple and six RBIs and the Rangers beat the Lions.

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