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Prep Highlights: Thunder baseball strikes late for win

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Mountain View baseball scored twice with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to edge past Prairie 5-4 on Thursday.

Jacob Martin tied the game with an RBI single, then Davis Wolfley ended it when he scored on a passed ball.

Mountain View’s rally came after Prairie scored four run in the top of the seventh to take a 4-3 lead. Colin Schiller hit a two-run double to tie the game, then scored on Jackson Upton’s single.

The win kept Mountain View (9-5, 7-2) atop the Class 3A Greater St. Helens League. The Thunder are one-half game ahead of Kelso.

Prairie (4-8, 4-3) is in third place.

Stars of the day

  • Annika Yeh, Mountain View girls golf, scored 34 points (Stableford scoring) to led the Thunder to a 95-75 win over Skyview at Fairway Village.
  • Jade Gruher, Union girls golf, shot a 1-over-par 37 at Camas Meadows for medalist honors.
  • Jack Hotchkiss and Kevin Ferguson, hit back-to-back singles with two out in the bottom of the seventh to drive in the tying and winning runs, respectively, in a 4-3 victory over Union.
  • Brett Hoover, Kelso baseball, went 3 for 3 with four runs scored in a 12-1 win over Evergreen.
  • McKinley Ermshar, Union softball, struck out 11, walked just one and had two hits of her own in a 8-1 win over Camas.
  • Madison Walker, Ridgefield softball, went 2 for 3 with a home run, a double and four RBI in a 16-0 win over Hockinson.
  • Matt Kinswa, Ridgefield baseball, pitched six innings of scoreless relief, allowing just one hit. That let the Spudders rally from a 8-0 first-inning hole to beat R.A. Long 14-8.
  • Jackson Graham, Heritage boys soccer, made five saves for a clean sheet in a 2-0 win at Battle Ground.
  • Betty To, Evergreen girls tennis, came back to win at No. 1 singles over Mountain View’s Emma Av 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4.

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