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Prep highlights: Hudson’s Bay baseball earns doubleheader sweep

Eagles improve to 4-0 on season


Sebastian Laddusaw had 13 strikeouts to pitch Hudson’s Bay baseball to a 6-1 win over Woodland and a doubleheader sweep on Wednesday.

Laddusaw allowed just three hits, one walk and no runs over six innings. He also drove in two runs with a single in the Eagles’ four-run second inning.

Hudson’s Bay won the opener at Propstra Stadium 12-2 behind a seven-run second inning. Jason Soumokil went 2 for 2 with a triple and Laddusaw added two more hits.

The Eagles are 4-0 to start the season.

Stars of the day

  • McKinley Ermshar, Union softball, hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh in a 5-4 win over Heritage. She also struck out nine over seven innings as the winning pitcher.
  • Makenzie Misner, Heritage softball, went 3 for 4, including a two-run single with two outs in the seventh that tied the game against Union 4-4.
  • Cole Robinson, Evergreen baseball, went 3 for 4 with two doubles in a 10-0 win over Seton Catholic. He also struck out 11 in five innings, allowing two hits.
  • Addison Harmier, Skyview softball, went 3 for 3 with three home runs and six RBI in a 24-0 win over Kelso.
  • Kya Jenkins, Skyview softball, contributed to the offensive onslaught, going 3 for 4 with a home run, a double and five RBI.
  • Adam Deeney, Columbia River baseball, went 3 for 5 with two runs and two RBI in a 9-6 win over Mark Morris.
  • Jason Soumokil, Hudson’s Bay baseball, went 2 for 2 with a triple and two RBI in a 12-2 win over Woodland.
  • Erin Tack, Kelso girls track and field, the Arizona commit set a personal best in the javelin, throwing 146 feet, 8 inches in a meet at Battle Ground.
  • Brody Masterson and Drew Harteloo, Ridgefield baseball, combined to hold Hockinson to four hits in a 4-3 win.
  • Dylan Richardson, Union baseball, hit a three-run home run and struck out eight over five no-hit innings in an 8-2 win over Mountain View.

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