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Prep Roundup: Skyview baseball stays alive, beats Kentridge 1-0 in bi-district playoffs

Union boys soccer reaches bi-district title game; La Center baseball clinches state berth

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Tyler Davis threw a two-hit shutout as the Skyview baseball kept its season alive with a 1-0 road win over Kentridge in the 4A bi-district tournament Tuesday.

The Storm (13-7) scored in the top of the seventh. With two outs, Christian Hascall hit a ground ball that resulted in an error, allowing Seth Minor to score.

Davis struck out six and walked none.

The Storm will play a winner-to-state, loser-out game on Saturday in Puyallup.

3A bi-district baseball

BONNEY LAKE 4, PRAIRIE 3 — Reece Walling doubled twice and drove in two runs but the Falcons’ season came to an end.

Nicholas Lewandowski went 3 for 3 and singled in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the fifth.

NORTH THURSTON 4, MOUNTAIN VIEW 2 — The Thunder were held to five hits in a season-ending loss.

Joe Wilcox allowed just four hits and pitched a complete game for Mountain View, but North Thurston took charge with three runs in the fifth inning.

KELSO 8, AUBURN MOUNTAINVIEW 4 — Jackson Toms tripled, doubled and drove in four runs as the Hilanders stayed alive, advancing to a winner-to-state game on Saturday against North Thurston.

2A district baseball

COLUMBIA RIVER 4, HUDSON’S BAY 0 — Sam Boyle threw a complete-game two-hitter, striking out 13 and walking two.

The Rapids scored all their runs in the third inning and drew 11 walks.

River will face W.F. West in the district semifinals Wednesday with a berth to state on the line.

TUMWATER 4, HOCKINSON 1 — Tumwater pitcher Ryan Orr struck out 17 batters and walked one in 6.2 innings, and Alex Overbay struck out the last Hockinson batter as the two combined on a one-hitter.

W.F. WEST 11, RIDGEFIELD 1 — The Spudders were held to one hit and struck out 13 times against W.F. West. Dillon Kirksey had seven strikeouts on the mound for Ridgefield and had his team’s hit.

SHELTON 4, , MARK MORRIS 3 — Dossen Morrow’s three-run home run gave the Monarchs a 3-0 lead in the third, but Shelton chipped away and eventually won in eight innings.

1A district baseball

LA CENTER 5, MONTESANO 0 — Tyler Normine pitched 6.2 shutout innings and the Wildcats clinched a state berth with a win in the semifinals.

La Center struck early, scoring twice in the second inning. Branson Castleberry singled home a run, then scored on a Levi Giles sacrifice fly.

The Wildcats will face Elma for the district title on Friday.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 1, SETON CATHOLIC 0 — Makani Geisen threw a complete game, allowing just two hits as the Knights prevailed in loser-out game.

Jace Barnes singled home Ben Garl with the game’s lone run in the top of the fourth.

4A bi-district boys soccer

UNION 2, BELLARMINE PREP 1 — After regulation ended 1-1, the Titans prevailed in a penalty-kick shootout to advance to the bi-district championship match on Thursday.

CAMAS 4, DECATUR 2 — JP Warnell scored three goals and Kieran Halsinger had a goal and assist as the Papermakers moved to within one victory of the 4A state tournament.

Camas next plays on Thursday for that state berth.

2A district boys soccer

COLUMBIA RIVER 8, ROCHESTER 0 — Alex Harris scored twice as seven different players scored as the Rapids cruised into the district semifinals.

TUMWATER 4, WOODLAND 0 — The host Thunderbirds scored three goals in the second half to pull away.

1A district boys soccer

SETON CATHOLIC 7, COLUMBIA-WHITE SALMON 0 — David Moore and Kaden Bradshaw each scored two goals and the Cougars clinched a state playoff berth with a semifinal win.

Seton Catholic will face Elma for the district title on Saturday.

Stars of the day

  • Taylor McRae, Columbia River softball, threw a two-hit shutout, striking out 15 and walking none in a 5-0 win over Mark Morris.
  • Madison Walker and Alissa Wallway, Ridgefield softball, each had four hits in a 22-4 win over Washougal.
  • Sofia Nelson, King’s Way Christian softball, struck out 15 hitters in a 3-2 win over La Center.
  • Jade Hayslip, Prairie softball, had 11 strikeouts in a 10-1 win over Kelso as the Falcons finished 3A GSHL league play 7-1.

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