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Prep baseball: Mt. Spokane clinches GSL title; district seeds set

UPDATED: Wed., May 1, 2019

From staff reports

Greater Spokane League

Mt. Spokane 10, Ferris 7: JT Smith went 3 for 4 with three stolen bases and the Wildcats (17-1) beat the visiting Saxons (10-8) on Wednesday.

Brady Hill struck out five over four innings and Brandon Ivanich went 3 for 3 for the Wildcats. Brock Bozett went 3 for 3 and scored twice for Ferris.

Mt. Spokane, the No. 1 seed in the District 8 3A tournament, clinched the Greater Spokane League title. The Wildcats host the winner of North Central and Southridge on Saturday in a semifinal.

Ferris earned the 4A No. 3 seed and travels to Hanford on Saturday.

Central Valley 10, North Central 1: Ryan Clay and Josh Lawson drove in two runs apiece and the visiting Bears (16-2) beat the Indians (3-15).

Parker Smith struck out six over five innings for CV, which finished second in the league and is the 4A No. 1 seed from the GSL in the District 8 tournament. The Bears host seventh-seeded Walla Walla on Saturday in the first round.

Josh Tucker struck out 10 over five innings for sixth-seeded North Central, which faces Southridge at Mt. Spokane.

Gonzaga Prep 21, University 6: Noah Drynan went 3 for 5 with three runs and three RBIs and the Bullpups (10-8) downed the visiting Titans (9-9).

Jackson Day and Austin Reed drove in three runs apiece as Gonzaga Prep banged out 23 hits. The Pups are the GSL No. 4 seed and travels to face Richland on Saturday.

Triston Madison homered for UHi.

Shadle Park vs. Lewis and Clark: Dalton Dawson and James Barber had three hits apiece and the Highlanders (11-7) defeated the Tigers (2-16) at Hart Field.

David Dawson picked up the win in relief for Shadle Park, the GSL 3A No. 2 seed to the District 8 tournament. The Highlanders are designated home team for a matchup with Kennewick at LaPierre Field in Kennewick on Saturday, with the winner facing Kamiakin later in the day.

Mead 14, Rogers 3: Dayton Wells went 2 for 3 with a triple and the visiting Panthers (11-7) defeated the Pirates (1-17).

Braeden Cordes had three RBIs while Michael Demand, Jordan Schuler and Ethyn Killinger each drove in two runs for GSL 4A third-seeded Mead, which hosts Chiawana on Saturday.

Gordon Sampson went 2 for 3 with two RBIs for Rogers.


Almira/Coulee-Hartline 26, Northport 1: Dalton Kentner struck out eight batters in three innings and the visiting Warriors (15-1) defeated the Mustangs (1-12) in the first game of a doubleheader on Wednesday.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 18, Northport 0: Chase Gerard struck out eight and combined with Grady Murray for a four-inning no-hitter and the Warriors (16-1) swept the Mustangs (1-13).


Lewiston 9, Lake City 1: Kyle Van Boeyen struck out six in a complete game and the Bengals (5-6) beat the visiting Timberwolves (4-7) in the first game of a IEL 5A doubleheader. Blaine Acree went 2 for 3 with two runs and a double, while Tyson Wallace and Trayton Skinner drove in a pair of runs apiece for Lewiston.

Lewiston 14, Lake City 4: Blaine Acree went 3 for 3 with a triple and the Bengals (6-6) swept Timberwolves (4-8).

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