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Area baseball: Gonzaga rolls to 19-3 win at Portland

UPDATED: Sat., April 13, 2019

Staff ,wire reports

Ryan Sullivan homered and drove in four runs, Ernie Yake also had four RBIs, and Gonzaga routed host Portland 19-3 on Saturday.

Nick Nyquist added four runs and three RBIs for the Bulldogs (16-14, 9-5 West Coast Conference). Michael Spellacy (2-1) worked six innings, holding the Pilots (20-16, 2-12) to one run on three hits.

Oregon 11, Washington State 8: Spencer Steer hit a grand slam, and the Ducks (21-12, 7-4) held off a late rally from the Cougars (7-25, 0-11) to win at Bailey-Brayton Field.

Kyle Manzardo had four RBIs, including a three-run double, as WSU closed an 8-0 deficit to 10-8 after a six-run eighth inning. Dillon Plew added a pair of RBIs for the Cougars.

Whitworth 8, Lewis & Clark 4: Jaxsen Sweum homered and had three runs and three RBIs, and the Pirates (18-11, 15-4 Northwest Conference) outlasted the Pioneers (9-23, 4-15) in Portland.

Liam Fitzpatrick added two runs and two RBIs for Whitworth.

The second game was rained out and rescheduled for Sunday.

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