Spencer Andersen threw a no-hitter as the Ridgefield baseball team beat Mark Morris 10-0 in six innings Friday in the 2A Greater St. Helens League game in Longview.
Andersen struck out four and walked none. The Spudders committed no errors. Andersen did hit a batter with a pitch, costing him a perfect game.
The game was called after six innings by the 10-run rule.
Andersen also went 2 for 3 with two RBI at the plate. Jeremy Martin also was 2 for 3 with a double for the Spudders.
Stars of the day
• Lorena Villa, Heritage softball, went 2 for 4 with a double, two RBI and scored three runs in the Timberwolves 11-1 non-league win at Mark Morris.
• Sam Christopher, Camas baseball, struck out five in five innings of work and also drove in a run in a 4-1 win over Union.
• Jadyn Schofield, Columbia River softball, went 4-for-4 with three runs scored and two stolen bases in the Chieftains’ 11-0 six-inning victory over R.A. Long to open 2A GSHL play.
• Connor Jensen, Skyview boys track and field, won the shot put at the Oregon Relays in Eugene, Ore., with a throw of 57 feet, 11 inches.
• Ethan Gould, Skyview boys track and field, won the high jump at the Oregon Relays with a leap of 6-4.
• Damon Casetta-Stubbs, King’s Way Christian baseball, gave up one run on three hits and struck out 14 and went 3 for 4 with a double, two runs and RBI in the Knights’ 8-1 win over Columbai-White Salmon.
• 800 relay team, Union girls track and field, won at the Oregon Relays with a team of Logan Nelson, Makayla Woods, Jai’lyn Merriweather, Dai’lyn Merriweather in time of 1:39.22.
• Jake Connop, Columbia River boys soccer, scored the game-winner with 1 minute left in the second overtime on an assist from brother Ryan to give the Chieftains a 1-0 victory over Woodland.
• Spencer Vela, Camas boys soccer, made three saves and earned the shutout in goal as the Papermakers beat Union 1-0.
• Malik Lewis, Hudson’s Bay boys track, won the boys 100 meters (11.13) and high jump (6-0) and top-3 finishes in the long jump and in the Eagles’ 4×400 relay at the Ingram Twilight meet.
• Emily Phelps, Fort Vancouver girls track, was the Trappers’ double-winner, taking the irls 1600 (5:31.26) and 3200 (11:34.38) at the Ingram Twilight meet. Her 3200 time is a personal best.