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Prep baseball playoffs: Cole Hattenberg helps Mt. Spokane stay alive in 3A districts

From staff reports

Cole Hattenburg pitched 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief with four strikeouts and Mt. Spokane (18-4) rallied to top visiting Shadle Park (11-11) 8-5 in a District 8 3A loser-out game.

The Wildcats face Kamiakin on Saturday at Southridge HS in a loser-out game at 1 p.m. The winner faces Southridge at 4 p.m. for second place and a trip to state.

Kamiakin 15, North Central 3: Chase Green went 3 for 4 with a home run and the visiting Braves (11-13) knocked out the Indians (7-15) in District 8 3A loser-out game.

District 7 1A

Colville 10, Riverside 0: Tayeb Wilson allowed one hit and struck out five in four innings and went 4 for 4 with two triples and two RBIs and the fourth-seeded Indians (9-11) eliminated the visiting fifth-seeded Rams (8-10) in a first-round game. Colville travels to top-seeded Freeman in a semifinal on Wednesday at 4:30.

Deer Park 12, Lakeside 2: Trayton Bird had three hits, including a double and a triple, and the third-seeded Stags (14-5) eliminated the visiting sixth-seeded Eagles (6-15) in a first-round game. Deer Park advances against second-seeded Chewelah in a semifinal on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

District 7 2B at Medical Lake

Colfax 7, Asotin 1: Cal Gregory pitched a complete game and added three hits and the Bulldogs (20-4) defeated the Panthers (16-4) in the district championship game. Both teams qualified for state.

St. George’s 5, Kettle Falls 4: Xander Werkman drove in three runs with three hits and the Dragons (17-5) eliminated the Bulldogs (16-6) in the district third-place game to advance to state.

Colfax 2, Kettle Falls 0: Parker Huber struck out nine through six innings and Colfax beat Kettle Falls in a semifinal.

Asotin 2, St. George’s 0: Devin Fry scattered four hits over eight innings with six strikeouts and the Panthers outlasted the Dragons in a semifinal.

District 7/9 1B at NW Christian

Odessa 15, Colton 7: Camden Weber went 2 for 4 with a three-run home run and the Tigers (19-2) beat the Wildcats (15-6) in a first round-game. Odessa advances to the district title game on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Colton faces Cusick in a loser-out game on Saturday at 9 a.m.

Selkirk 3, Garfield-Palouse 2: Calvin Petrich drove in three runs, including the go-ahead in the seventh inning, and the visiting Rangers (9-8) eliminated the Vikings (6-7). Selkirk faces a loser-out game on Saturday.

Cusick 12, Republic 1: Jed Cupp’s two-run homer sparked a six-run first inning and Ethan Hardie struck out seven in three innings and the Panthers (11-5) eliminated the Tigers (2-15).


Lewiston 9, Post Falls 8: The visiting fourth-seeded Bengals (12-12) topped the second-seeded Trojans (12-11) in the 5A District 1-2 championship.

Coeur d’Alene 3, Lake City 2: Caleb Beggerly doubled and scored in the eighth inning and the third-seeded Vikings (14-9) eliminated the top-seeded Timberwolves (17-5) in a 5A District 1-2 loser-out. CdA plays Post Falls for a play-in game to state on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Bonners Ferry 16, Priest River 0: Shane Walker allowed one hit with six strikeouts over four innings and the top-seeded Badgers (13-4) defeated the visiting fourth-seeded Spartans (0-17) in a 3A District 1 first-round game.

Bonners Ferry hosts Timberlake, which topped Kellogg 12-2 in the other first-round game, in the district final on Wednesday at 4 p.m.. Priest River plays Kellogg in a loser-out game at 2 p.m. at Bonners Ferry.

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