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Prep highlights: Hockinson earns baseball sweep over Woodland

The Columbian

Ryne Jensen and Jarod Oldham each pitched five-inning shutouts as the Hockinson baseball team swept Woodland on Saturday to move up the 2A Greater St. Helens League title.

With the 10-0 and 13-0 wins on Saturday, the Hawks are in third place in the 2A GSHL at 6-2, a half-game behind Columbia River.

Jensen allowed just five hits and struck out seven in a 10-0 win in the opener. Trey Williams went 3 for 3 with a double and three RBI.

Oldham allowed two hits and struck out eight in the nightcap. Oldham also went 2 for 2 with two doubles and three RBI. AJ Domingos went 2 for 2 with a home run.

Stars of the day

  • Sam Boyle, Columbia River baseball, stuck out 13 batters in five innings and went 2 for 3 with an RBI as River beat Washougal 11-0 in five innings.
  • Alex LaBoa, Kalama baseball, went 3 for 4 with a home run and six RBI as Kalama rallied from a 6-1 deficit to beat Seton Catholic 13-6 in a non-league game.
  • Gracelynn Huffman, Woodland softball, threw a five-inning no-hitter as the Beavers beat Hudson’s Bay 13-0.
  • Leanna Russell, Woodland softball, went 3 for 4 with two doubles, a triple and two RBI in the win over Bay.
  • Hunter Greene, Camas track and field, placed fourth in the shot put (49-0) at the Oregon Relay in Eugene.
  • Jonathan Landry, Evergreen track and field, won the long jump (21-6.25) at the Willamette Falls Invitational in Oregon City, Ore.
  • Enzo Oliverio, Hockinson track and field, was named the male athlete of the meet after winning the 100 (11.34) and 200 (23.37) at the Bruin Invite in White Salmon.
  • Ariel Ammentorp, Union track and field, won the hammer (153-6.75), placed fifth in the discus (120-8) and sixth in the shot put (37-0) at the Oregon Relays in Eugene.

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