High school roundup: Eagles soar past Greyhounds in Class 2A GSL baseball play | Sports

PULLMAN — The Eagles of West Valley jumped forward early and defeated the Pullman Greyhounds 14-6 in a Washington Class 2A Greater Spokane League baseball recreation on Tuesday.

Caleb Gray and John Hudson every had 4 hits for West Valley (10-2, 7-0). Gray collected a triple and two doubles.

Seven totally different gamers for Pullman (3-9, 2-4) notched no less than one hit, with Max McCloy and Marcus Hilliard making two apiece.

Calvin Heusser threw a clear sixth inning in reduction for the Greyhounds, placing out two.

West Valley 262 100 3—14 15 1

Pullman 112 002 0— 6 9 2

McQuitty, John Macall (5) and Caleb Gray, Braden Hart; Tyler Elbracht, Max McCloy (3), Calvin Heusser (6), Cade Hill (7) and Joey Hecker. W—McQuitty. L—Elbracht.

West Valley hits — John Hudson 4 (2 2B), Caleb Gray 4 (3B, 2 2B), Bryson Bishop 2 (2B), John Macall 2, Brayden Gentry (2B), Jack Maxwell, Tanner Hancock.

Pullman hits — Max McCloy 2, Marcus Hilliard 2, Brendan Doumit (2B), Nicholas Robison (2B), Cade Hill (2B), Tyler Elbracht, Caleb Northcroft.

TROY — The Trojans and Bulldogs cut up a properly pitched Whitepine League doubleheader.

Cameron House of Troy (8-3, 7-1) was the story of Game 1 with a whole recreation one-hit shutout, placing out 17. House went 2-for-2 with two walks with a run scored and an RBI.

Genesee (5-2, 5-1) rebounded within the second recreation, utilizing seven walks and a two-run double from Nate Guinard to choose up the victory. It was the one hit for the Bulldogs within the recreation.

“Cameron Meyer stepped up in a big way,” Genesee coach Kevin Maurer stated. “Pitched us through some tough situations.”

Between the 2 video games, there have been a mixed 37 strikeouts.

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Cameron House and N/A; Jacob Krick, Nate Guinard (2), Jackson Zenner (7) and N/A. W—House. L—Guinard.

Troy hits — Cameron House 2 (2B), Makhi Durrett (2B), Austin Trout.

Genesee hits — Cameron Meyer, Teak Wareham.

Cameron Meyer, Cy Wareham (6) and N/A; Joseph Bendel, Dominic Holden (6) and N/A. W—Meyer. L—Bendel.

Genesee hit — Nate Guinard.

Troy hits — Boden Demeerleer 2 (2B), Joseph Bendel, Austin Trout, Cameron House.

COLTON — The host Wildcats gained a pitchers’ duel within the opener, however the Pirates scored in each inning of the second recreation because the groups cut up a Southeast 1B League doubleheader.

Angus Jordan threw a three-hitter within the opener, placing out six for Colton (6-4). He additionally had one of many Wildcats’ two hits. Jaxon Moehrrle scored the lone run within the third inning as he walked, moved as much as second on a wild pitch, superior to 3rd on a floor out and scored on a error.

In Game 2, Pomeroy scored 12 runs within the ultimate innings of a contest referred to as due to the mercy rule. Richie Vecchio and Jeremiah Lemont every scored three runs. Brodie Magill scored twice and had a double. Trevin Kimble had 4 hits, together with a double, within the two video games mixed. Trace Roberts allowed three hits and struck out 10 to choose up the win.

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Trevin Kimble and Ollie Severs; Angus Jordan and Dan Bell.

Pomeroy hits — Trevin Kimble 2, Gunner Magill.

Colton hits — Angus Jordan, Kane Weiker.

Trace Roberts and Trevin Kimble; Grant Wolf, Jaxon Moehrle (4) and Dan Bell. L—Wolf.

Poneroy hits — Trevin Kimble 2 (2B), Brodie Magill (2B), Richie Vecchio, Ollie Severs, Colby Ledgerwood, Peyton Cannon.

Colton hits — Wyatt Jordan, Kane Weiker, Dan Bell.

COLFAX — JP Wigen threw a no-hitter for the Bulldogs within the second recreation of a Class 2B Bi-County league doubleheader towards the Lancers.

Wigen struck out six and walked two for Colfax (7-4-1, 6-3) within the 10-0 win. Jake Jeske of Liberty (3-10, 1-7) and JD Peterson for the Bulldogs every struck out 10 within the first recreation. Jeske additionally scored twice within the Lancers’ Game 1 win.

Liberty 000 030 2—5 8 0

Jake Jeske and C. Holling; JD Peterson and Braden Plummer.

Liberty hits — C Holling 3, J. Jeske 2 (2B), M. Strobell 2, L. Wilson.

Colfax hits — J. Peterson, D. Lobdell.

L. Wilson, G. Stephens (4), M. Strobell (5) and C. Holling; JP Wigen and Braden Plummer.

Colfax hits — M. Gilchrist 4 (2B), R. Henning 2 (2B), JD Peterson, B. Plummer, JP Wigen, A. Mortensen, D. Lobdell, J. Bodey.

Shadle Park 9, Clarkston 7

SPOKANE — Shadle Park was extra opportunistic than Clarkston, dealing the Bantams a Class 2A Greater Spokane League defeat.

Clarkston (3-5, 2-4) had twice as many hits as Shadle Park and had no fielding errors to the Highlanders’ two, however had what coach Bruce Bensching referred to as a pair of “rough innings on the mound” through which his pitchers hit a number of batters and had walks that contributed to the defeat.

Clarkston 023 001 1—7 14 0

Shadle Park 310 500 x—9 7 2

Emmett Slagg, Parker Hays (3), Tiger Carringer (4) and Michael Hendrickson, Trace Green (5); Plourre, Picard (3), Tobey (7) and Kakuda. W—Picard. L—Carringer.

Clarkston hits — Nate Summers, Hayden Line, Jacob Caldwell 2 (3B), Jackson Slagg, Hendrickson, Emmett Slagg 2, Green 2, Carringer 3 (2B), Bodee Thivierge

Shadle Park hits — Lipscomb, Ensminger 2 (2B), Kakuda 2 (2B), Hernandez 2.

Kamiah 13-21, Nezperce 1-0

KAMIAH — The Kubs one-hit the Nighthawks in each ends of a Whitepine League doubleheader.

The Kubs’ Dillon Weist struck out 12 and was good into the fourth inning of the opener.

Willis Williamson picked up the win in Game 2 and picked up 5 hits on the day. Brady Mclay additionally had 5 hits within the sweep towards Nezperce (0-6, 0-6).

Brycen Danner and N. Whitten; Dillon Weist and Hershel Williamson.

Nezperce hit — Tanner Johnson.

Kamiah hits — Willis Williamson 3, Josh Bashaw 2, Brady Mclay 2, Dylan Weist 2, Hershel Williamson, Ryan Lockart, Christian Nixon, Keaton Lycan.

Hesston Click, Mason Dove (4) and N. Whitten; Hershel Williamson and Willis Williamson. L—Click.

Nezperce hit — Brycen Danner.

Kamiah hits — Kyler Usher 3 (2B), Brady Mclay 3 (2B), Josh Bashaw 2, Willis Williamson 2 (2B), Hershel Williamson, Ryan Lockart, Trevor Schuld (2B), Christian Aiken.

OROFINO — Drew Hanna pitched a whole recreation and Body Howell had two hits with a double to paved the way for Orofino in a Class 2A Central Idaho League win towards Grangeville.

The recreation had been relocated from Grangeville due to climate points, however Orofino (12-3-1, 4-1) was the customer on the scoreboard. Maniacs coach Jeff Martin stated that the victory put his crew in line for the No. 1 seed in May’s district event, which “will be big for us.”

Orofino 200 010 0—3 7 2

Grangeville 100 000 0—1 4 1

Drew Hanna and Silas Naranjo; Miles Lefebvre, Cody Klement (7) and David Goicoa. L—Lefebvre.

Orofino hits — Body Howell 2 (2B), Dash Barlow, Louden Cochran, Aiden Olive, Drew Hanna.

Grangeville hits — Lefebvre (2B), Klement (2B), R. Holes, Q. Daniak.

SOFTBALLWest Valley 24, Pullman 23

PULLMAN — The Greyhounds narrowly misplaced a shootout to the Eagles in eight innings in a Class 2A Greater Spokane League recreation.

Pullman trailed 21-18 going into the underside of the seventh. Ava Petrino, Frances Lindberg and Elsie McDougle every reached to begin the underside of the inning. Each would come round to attain to tie the sport.

Camille Huntley hit a clutch double within the high of the eighth to provide West Valley a three-run benefit.

McDougle, representing the tying run, was left stranded at second within the backside of the eighth. She went an ideal 6-for-6 and scored 5 occasions.

Petrino went 5-for-6, scoring 5 occasions.

West Valley 332 305 53—24 12 7

Pullman 440 802 32—23 22 10

Sorrel Stewart, Ally Vanweerdhuizen and N/A; Sophia Habib-Dueben, Kinsey Kallaher (4) and N/A. W—Vanweerdhuizen. L—Kallaher.

West Valley hits — Solana Vazquez 5 (2B), Ivy Carter 3 (2B), Julia Huntley 2 (HR), Kaitlyn Stevens, Camille Huntley (2B).

Pullman hits — Elise McDougle 6, Ava Petrino 5 (3B, 2B), Kinsey Kallaher 3 (HR, 2B), Frances Lindberg 2, Keleigh Myers 2, Sophie Armstrong, Corrine Stewart, Taylore Wolfe, Marissa Carper.

POTLATCH — The Loggers no-hit and shut out the visiting Trojans twice in a Whitepine League doubleheader.

Rebecca Butterfield struck out seven in an ideal three innings in Game 1. Butterfield, Kaylen Hadaller and Josie Larson every threw one inning for Potlatch (3-2, 3-0) in Game 2. Hadaller allowed the one baserunner to Troy (0-4, 0-4) on a stroll within the second inning.

Emma Chambers and Tayva McKinney every hit a house run on the day.

Rebecca Butterfield and Tayva McKinney; E. Eckland, M. Bendel (2) and D. Morgan. L—Eckland.

Potlatch hits — Emma Chambers (HR), Delaney Beckner (2B), Allison Akins (2B), Emma Patten, Rebecca Butterfield, Duska Schultz, Tayva McKinney.

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M. Bendel and D. Morgan; Rebecca Butterfield, Kaylen Hadaller (2), Josie Larson (3) and Tayva McKinney. W—Butterfield.

Potlatch hits — Tayva McKinney 3 (HR), Kaylen Hadaller 2 (2 3B), Josie Larson 2, Emma Chambers (2B), Allison Akins, Delaney Beckner, Hayley McNeal.

Shadle Park 18, Clarkston 0

SPOKANE — Crimson Rice hit two dwelling runs, doubled, scored thrice and had eight RBI to tempo the Highlanders previous the visiting Bantams in a Class 2A Greater Spokane League recreation referred to as due to the mercy rule.

Chloe Flerchinger added a double and a triple with two runs scored, and he or she held Clarkston (5-5, 3-2) to 2 hits within the circle, placing out eight to choose up the win.

Emma McManigle doubled and Ryan Combs singled for the Bantam offense.

Shadle Park 124 (11)x—18 17 0

Emma McManigle and Joey Miller; Chloe Flerchinger and Ema Green.

Clarkston hits — Emma McManigle (2B), Ryan Combs.

Shadle Park hits — Crimson Rice 3 (2B, 2 HR), Abbey Flerchinger 3, Chloe Flerchinger 2 (2B, 3B), Teagan Webster 2 (2B), Trinity Richardson 2, Bella Harris 2, Courtney Brown (2B), Ema Green, Rachel Jones.

Colton 17-17, Tekoa-Rosalia 0-0

COLTON — The Wildcats didn’t permit successful in both recreation in sweeping a Southeast 1B League doubleheader towards the Timberwolves.

Maggie Meyer walked 4 and struck out 4 to choose up the win in Game 1, including a pair of hits and 6 runs scored within the doubleheader. Rachel Becker had three hits within the two video games, together with a double, a house run, three runs scored and 6 RBI. Tylar Sandoval completed wtih 4 hits, with a double, 4 runs scored and 4 RBI. Sidni Whitcomb, who picked up the win within the circle within the second recreation, scored 5 occasions. Mary Pluid had a double, a triple and 4 RBI within the two video games.

Tekoa-Rosalia 100—1 0 4

Eliona McElderry and P. Brown; Maggie Meyer and Rachel Becker.

Colton hits — Tylar Sandoval 2 (2B), Rachel Becker 2 (2B), Maggie Meyer 2, Mary Pluid (2B), Kate Schultheis, Amy Keller.

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C. Wilkins and Brown; Sidni Whitcomb, Holly Heitstuman (3), Kate Schultheis (3) and Rachel Becker. W—Whitcomb.

Colton hits — Tylar Sandoval 2, Amy Keller 2 (2B), Rachel Becker (HR), Mary Pluid (3B), Kaydee Heitstuman, Kate Schultheis.

LAPWAI — The Tigers used persistence on the plate and a 16-run third inning to get a Whitepine League win towards the Wildcats.

Kendrick (3-1, 2-0) collected 24 walks within the recreation. Hailey Taylor struck out 5, giving up one run.

Andreanna Domebo scored the only run for Lapwai (0-2, 0-2).

Hailey Taylor and N/A. Jordyn McCormack-Marks and Leiloni Ellenwood.

Kendrick hits — Kenadie Kirk 2, Hayden Kimberling, Taylor Boyer.

Lapwai hits — Kayla Williamson (2B), Andreanna Domebo.

DeSales 12-24, Pomeroy 1-20

POMEROY — The Pirates scored 20 runs in a single recreation, however fell in each ends of a Southeast 1B League doubleheader to the Irish.

Keely Maves went an ideal 6-for-6 for the Pirates (3-5, 1-3) in Game 2, hitting a house run and a double with 5 RBI.

Keely Maves and Jillian Herres; Kate Dunham and Veronica Rehnolds.

DeSales hit — Kate Dunham (2B).

Pomeroy hits — Taylor Gilbert 2, Keely Maves (2B).

DeSales 403 554 3—24 5 5

Pomeroy 310 732 4—20 15 20

Abigail Guest, Kate Dunham (2) and Kate Dunham, Abigail Guest; Keely Maves and Elizabeth Ruchert.

DeSales hits — Caroline Kutsch 2, Kate Dunham (HR), Abigail Guest, Jennifer Doohan.

Pomeory hits — Keely Maves 6 (HR, 2B), Taylor Gilbert 3 (3B), Elizabeth Ruchert 2 (2B), Kaylee Schmidt 2 (2B), Grace Hart 2.

Prairie 16-19, Lewis County 12-4

NEZPERCE — Prairie of Cottonwood withstood a late Game 1 rally and dominated all through Game 2 to brush Lewis County in a Whitepine League doubleheader.

Tara Schlader pitched all 5 innings for the Pirates (5-2, 4-1) in Game 1, which ended inside 5 innings due to time. Mackenzie Key took over on the mound in Game 2, which ended after 5 innings because of the mercy rule.

Josie Remacle of Prairie had a team-high complete of three hits, and recorded the largest hit of the day with a triple within the second recreation. For Lewis County, Hannah Miller, Chenni Brammer and Morgan Wemhoff all had hits in each video games.

Nezperce 100 1(10)—12 3 7

Prairie (10)32 1x—16 7 4

Hannah Miller and Sierra Hand; Tara Schlader and Josie Remacle.

Nezperce hits — Chenni Brammer, Miller, Morgan Wemhoff.

Prairie hits — Schlader 2, Remacle 2, Mackenzie Key, Gracie Farr, Ember Martin.

Key and Remacle; Hand and Darlene Matson.

Prairie hits — Remacle (3B), Martin (2B), Schlader, Farr, Kaylie Lockett, Riley Enneking.

Nezperce hits — Brammer, Miller, Wemhoff, Matson, Emalissa Espinosa, Mia Horton.

BOYS SOCCERPullman 4, Shadle Park 1

SPOKANE — Pullman was steadily dominant with two objectives in every half en path to a Class 2A Greater Spokane League victory towards Shadle Park.

It was the eighth consecutive win for the Greyhounds (10-2, 6-0), who acquired their 4 objectives courtesy of 4 totally different scorers. Pullman did have three gamers go away the sport with accidents, which might pose points for the Hounds as they host Lakeside of Nine Mile Falls in nonleague motion at 4:30 p.m. as we speak.

Pullman coach Doug Winchell famous with approval that his crew is now holding down a spot inside the highest 10 in state RPI rankings, which could possibly be essential for seeding functions within the postseason.

Pullman — Aidan Crossler, eighth.

Pullman — Kai Hirose (Aden Athar), thirtieth.

Pullman — Carlens Dollin (Clarens Dollin), forty seventh.

Shadle Park — Pearson (Davis), forty ninth.

Pullman — Evan French, fifty fifth.

Shots — Pullman 10, Shadle Park 3. Saves — Pullman: Tom Cole 3. Shadle Park: Picicci 6.

East Valley 21, Clarkston 0

SPOKANE VALLEY — Visiting Clarkston suffered a cruel assault by the Knights of East Valley in Class 2A Greater Spokane League play.

The Bantams fell to 0-5 on the season, all in league video games.

Full scoring play info was not accessible.

Shots — East Valley 45, Clarkston 0. Saves — East Valley 0, Clarkston: Keegan Heath 10.

TENNISPullman ladies 7, Clarkston 0

PULLMAN — The Greyhound ladies delivered a sweep of visiting Clarkston to hold on their dominant begin to the Class 2A Greater Spokane League season.

Pullman (5-1, 3-0) acquired 6-0, 6-0 shutouts from high singles gamers Rhoda Wang and Gwyn Heim. Clarkston was in a position to drive shut units within the high two doubles matches, however fell in need of profitable any.

“We were solid from Rhoda (Wang) to Kei (Bromley) and Rachel (Lam),” Pullman coach Dan Vollmer stated. “I’m happy with how we are improving.”

Singles — Rhoda Wang, Pul, def. Audrey Whittle 6-0, 6-0; Gwyn Heim, Pul, def. Maddie Kaufman 6-0, 6-0; Diana Gutierrez, Pul, def. Taryn Demers 6-0, 6-4; Subashree Venkatasubramanian, Pul, def. Nani Woodbury 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — Audrey Pitzer/Renee Sun, Pul, def. Claire Teasley/Maggie Ogden 6-2, 7-5; Margot Keane/Lynnlin Qiao, Pul, def. Olivia Gustafson/Ella Leavitt 7-6 (7), 6-3; Kei Bromley/Rachel Lam, Pul, def. Joanna Schnatterle/Mya Mendoza 6-3, 6-1.

Pullman boys 7, Clarkston 0

The undefeated Pullman boys tennis crew continued its tear via the Class 2A Greater Spokane League with a shutout of shorthanded host Clarkston.

The Bantams (0-4, 0-2) needed to forfeit two doubles matches due to sickness and eligibility points. The Hounds’ No. 1 doubles duo of Connor Lee and Ambrose Wang took barely half an hour to complete a 6-0, 6-0 victory towards Clarkston’s Zane Leslie and Espen Williams, whereas No. 1 singles participant Vijay Lin posted one other unblemished scoreline for Pullman (6-0, 3-0).

The most dramatic contest of the day got here at No. 3 singles, the place Garrison Hoiland needed to take a timeout for a knee harm after profitable the primary set 6-1. Hoiland battled via the ache and rallied from 4-1 down within the second set to take a 7-5 victory and protect the Pullman sweep.

Singles — Vijay Lin, Pul, def. Nathan Gall 6-0, 6-0; Kieran Hampson, Pul, def. Alex Shaw 6-0, 6-4; Garrison Hoiland, Pul, def. Alex Whittle 6-1, 7-5; Brian Fugh, Pul, def. Ikaika Millan 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles — Connor Lee/Ambrose Wang, Pul, def. Zane Leslie/Espen Williams 6-0, 6-0; Seth Luna/Kolby Uhlenkott, Pul, gained by forfeit; Aditya Bose-Bandyopadhyay/Mir Park, Pul, gained by forfeit.

MOSCOW — Visiting Lewiston took three-quarters of matches performed in a nonleague crew twin with Moscow.

Moscow coach Matt Scott felt his No. 2 ladies singles participant Aneesha Shrestha “played exceptionally well” in her 7-6 (7), 6-2 victory.

Complete info was not accessible.

TRACK AND FIELDPomeroy, Gar-Pal stand out at Southeast 1B meet

POMEROY — The Pomeroy boys registered 4 victories and the Garfield-Palouse ladies additionally gained 4 occasions to take the crew titles within the Southeast 1B League meet at Pomeroy.

The Pirate boys gained the crew title with 137 factors, and the Viking ladies claimed the crew crown with 129. St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse was second within the two crew races.

Colton Slaybaugh of Pomeroy had two particular person wins and was a part of a relay title. He took the 100 (11.69 seconds) and the pole vault (13 toes, 6 inches) and ran the anchor of the 400 relay, with Braedon Fruh, Sidney Bales and Tyler Slaybaugh that gained in 46.91.

Noemie Appel gained twice, taking the 100 (14.86) and working a leg of a profitable 400 relay with Kara Blomgren, Hailey Beckner and Samantha Pfaff. Pfaff additionally took first within the excessive bounce (4-4).

Team scores — 1. Pomeroy 137; 2. St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 126; 3. Garfield-Palouse 85; 4. Oakesdale 81.5; 5. Tekoa-Rosalia 71; 6. DeSales 28; 7. Yakama Nation Tribal 27.5; 8. Prescott 20.

100 — 1. Colton Slaybaugh, Pom, 11.69; 2. Sidney Bales, Pom, 11.78; 3. Tyler Slaybaugh, Pom, 12.25.

200 — 1. Sidney Bales, Pom, 24.89; 2. Ryan Baljo, Oak, 25.14; 3. Nicholas Meeuwsen, GP, 26.40.

400 — 1. Logan Marconi, SJEL, 55.84; 2. Jackson Perry, Oak, 55.95; 3. Garrett Dingman, Oak, 56.11.

800 — 1. Logan Marconi, SJEL, 2:18.87; 2. Kieran Snekvik, GP, 2:18.87; 3. Brendan Snekvik, GP, 2:19.81.

1,600 — 1. Brendan Snekvik, GP, 5:00.63; 2. Kierna Snekvik, GP, 5:01.03; 3. Jaxon Eads, Oak, 5:20.42.

3,200 — 1. Erik Lazcano, TR, 10:40.20; 2. Logan Marconi, SJEL, 11:29.27.

110 hurdles — 1. Ryan Anderson, SJEL, 18.87; 2. Riley Gehring, TR, 18.92; 3. Salvador Ayala, Pre, 19.62.

300 hurdles — 1. Ryan Anderson, SJEL, 46.18; 2. Rory Maloney, SJEL, 47.24; 3. Gabe Morgan, TR, 48.34.

400 relay — 1. Pomeroy (Braedon Fruh, Sidney Bales, Tyler Slaybaugh, Colton Slaybaugh) 46.91; 2. Oakesdale 48.78; 3. Garfield-Palouse 52.07.

1,600 relay — 1. Garfield-Palouse (Nicholas Meeuwsen, Josh Appel, Brendan Snekvik, Kieran Snekvik) 3:51.57; 2. DeSales 4:08.29.

Shot put — 1. Jaxson Orr, GP, 40-5½; 2. Troy Steele, Pom, 36-10½; 3. Travis Arbuckle, YNT, 35-6.

Discus — 1. Jaxson Orr, GP, 120-8; 2. Troy Steele, Pom, 104-4; 3. Mason Pitts, SJEL, 100-5.

Javelin — 1. Jadon Bingham, Des, 143-5; 2. Troy Steele, Pom, 142-8; 3. Shawn Bober, Oak, 112-6.

High bounce — 1. Jackson Perry, Oak, 5-10; 2. Gabe Morgan, TR, 5-4; 3. Rory Maloney, SJEL, 5-2.

Pole vault — 1. Colton Slaybaugh, Pom, 13-6; 2. Sidney Bales, Pom, 12-0; 3. Ryan Anderson, SJEL, 11-6.

Long bounce — 1. Garrett Dingman, Oak, 18-2½; 2. Salvador Ayala, Pre, 17-4½; 3. Rory Maloney, SJEL, 17-3½.

Triple bounce — 1. Jaxson Orr, GP, 39-5; 2. Rory Maloney, SJEL, 36-5; 3. Salvador Ayala, Pre, 33-3.

Team scores — 1. Garfield-Palouse 129; 2. St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 107.3; 3. DeSales 87; 4. Oakesdale 83; 5. Pomeroy 66.2; 6. Prescott 21; 7. Yakama Nation Tribal 11.5; 8. Tekoa-Rosalia 7.

100 — 1. Noemie Appel, GP, 14.86; 2. Michealle Debord, Pom, 15.34; 3. Kara Blomgren, GP, 15.38.

200 — 1. Marilla Hockett, Oak, 28.41; 2. Izzie Parker, Des, 30.82; 3. Kara Blomgren, GP, 31.82.

400 — 1. Kennedy Cook, GP, 1:01.38; 2. Marilla Hockett, Oak, 1:04.22; 3. Jenna Rawls, 1:07.70.

800 — 1. Emmalyne Jimenez, Des, 2:29.58; 2. Jessie Reed, Oak, 2:51.77; 3. Kennedy Cook, GP, 2:53.08.

1,600 — 1. Sarah Auth, Des, 6:10.00; 2. Lola Edwards, GP, 6:12.68; 3. Samantha Snekvik, GP, 6:17.41.

100 hurdles — 1. Olivia Booth, Oak, 19.44; 2. Taylor Heffington, Pre, 20.46.

300 hurdles — 1. Heidi Scott, Des, 56.53; 2. Olivia Booth, Oak, 57.76; 3. Bella Thrasher, SJEL, 1:13.87.

400 relay — 1. Garfield-Palouse (Noemie Appel, Kara Blomgren, Hailey Beckner, Samantha Pfaff) 58.58; 2. St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 1:06.76.

800 relay — 1. Oakesdale (Olivia Booth, Marilla Hockett, Jenna Rawls, Jessie Reed) 1:55.69; 2. DeSales 1:57.96; 3. Garfield-Palouse 2:09.17.

1,600 relay — 1. DeSales (Helen Hellberg-Wilson, Sarah Auth, Izzie Parker, Emmalyne Jimenez) 4:48.87; 2. Garfield-Palouse 4:55.15; 3. St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse 5:58.06.

Shot put — 1. Morgan Thomas, Des, 38-11½; 2. Ava Hemphill, GP, 31-1; 3. Raelin Borley, Pom, 30-8½.

Discus — 1. Morgan Thomas, Des, 119-7; 2. Hailee Marty, SJEL, 96-7; 3. Raelin Borley, Pom 91-5.

High bounce — T1. Samantha Pfaff, GP, 4-4; T1. Hailee Brewer, Pom, 4-4; 3. Emery Molina, SJEL, 4-2.

Pole vault — 1. Katie Boyer, Pom, 7-0; T2. Hailee Brewer, Pom, 6-6.

Long bounce — 1. Katie Boyer, Pom, 13-3½; 2. Cami Larson, SJEL, 13-1; 3. Lian Skaarup, Des, 12-2.

Triple bounce — 1. Julia Guske, SJEL, 27-9.

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