Darby Rickel singled in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning and Lewis and Clark (4-5) edged Mead (6-4) 6-4 in a GSL slowpitch game Monday afternoon at Mead.
Madelyn Dibble singled, doubled and tripled to lead the Tigers’ offense, driving in four runs. Amanda Grimes notched three hits and Destiny Scott two RBIs for the Panthers.
Rogers 24, East Valley 10: Jaelynn Proctor drove in seven runs with a pair of home runs and the visiting Pirates (6-2) outslugged the Knights (3-4). Ryan James homered and doubled, driving in six runs for the Pirates. Abigail Brake homered and doubled for four RBIs to lead the Knights.
Central Valley 22, Shadle Park 1: Ariahanna Roos scored four runs and drove in three on four hits and the Bears (7-2) rolled past the visiting Highlanders (0-8). Winning pitcher Kiara Morse recorded four hits and Grace Stumbough rapped out a pair of doubles for the Bears.
Mt. Spokane 12, Gonzaga Prep 0: Andrea Scott scored twice and drove in a run on three hits and the Wildcats (6-2) blanked the visiting Bullpups (3-6). Payton Dressler added three hits for Mt. Spokane.
Ferris 18, North Central 2: Winning pitcher Gracey Lord led a balanced attack with three RBIs and the visiting Saxons (2-6) downed the Indians (1-7).
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