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Prep Roundup: Rose homers in Glide’s 15-1 win at Burns

BURNS — The Glide High baseball team never found a challenger at the Burns Icebreaker Tournament.

The Wildcats couldn’t even find an opponent that could stay within 10 runs, actually.

Zach Rose homered and had four RBIs and the Wildcats won their sixth straight game Thursday, 15-1 over Burns in five innings.

Rose’s homer was a solo shot in the second. He also hit a two-run double and a run-scoring groundout.

Brandon Halter went 3-for-5 with three runs scored, and Tanner Shaddy added a pair of hits. Halter also pitched three scoreless innings for the win.

The Wildcats (9-1 overall), who won their four games at the tournament by a combined score of 60-6, resume nonleague play Tuesday when they’ll host Sutherlin.

Glide 614 40 — 15 13 0

Burns 000 10 — 1 3 3

Halter, DuBois (4) and Beard, Finlay (4); Sutcliffe, Lewellen (3), T. Hueckman (5) and C. Heckman. WP — Halter. LP — Sutcliffe. HR — Rose (G). 3B — DuBois (G). 2B — Finlay (G), Rose (G), Shaddy (G).

Glendale 5-3

Illinois Valley 4-12

GLENDALE — Brogan Sams pitched 6 1/3 innings before hitting the game-winning single as the Pirates won the opener of the nonleague doubleheader.

The hit was Sams’ second of the game. On the mound he struck out four and allowed just four hits.

The Pirates (1-7 overall) struggled in Game 2, throwing six wild pitches and allowing three passed balls. Dalton Stewart went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored.

Illinois Valley 100 000 3 — 4 4 4

Glendale 110 020 1 — 5 9 1

Davis and Housel; Sams, Streeter (7) and Moody. WP — Streeter. LP — Davis.

Illinois Valley 132 221 1 — 12 11 0

Glendale 200 100 0 — 3 2 3

Welch and Housel; Stewart, Moody (3), Streeter (5) and Moody, Streeter (3), Moody (5). WP — Welch. LP — Stewart.

SOFTBALL

Dayton 20-13

Yoncalla 3-3

DAYTON — In nonleague action, the Eagles fell behind fast in both games against the top-ranked Class 3A team in the state and ended their day early with two mercy-rule shortened losses.

Yoncalla, which had its five-game winning streak to start the season snapped, totaled just seven hits on the day. Tabitha Shaw had their only one in Game 2 — a three-run home run.

Brandi Joslyn went 2-for-3 in the opener.

The Eagles play next on Tuesday at Days Creek.

Yoncalla 003 00 — 3 6 5

Dayton 558 2x — 20 14 2

Bri. Joslyn and Bra. Joslyn; Chenea and Ringnalda. WP — Chenea. LP — Bri. Joslyn. HR — Fluke (D). 2B — Ellis (Y), Hill (D), Jax (D).

Yoncalla 000 400 — 3 1 2

Dayton 118 111 — 13 12 3

Stevens and Bra. Joslyn; Ray and Ringnalda. WP — Ray. LP — Stevens. HR — Shaw (Y). 2B — Hill (D), Chenea (D).

Bandon 11-3

Days Creek 10-12

BANDON — In nonleague play, the Wolves (1-2 overall) dropped the first game after a huge comeback but bounced back in Game 2 thanks to a nine-run sixth inning.

Cheyenne Depew pitched the opener and hit a three-run triple as the Wolves scored eight times in the sixth to take a 10-8 lead. Bandon tied it, though, and then won in the ninth inning when Anne Marie Pickett scored on an error.

Depew bounced back in the nightcap. She pitched a three-hitter while her sister, Shawna, hit a two-run double in the sixth and finished with three RBIs. Sam Lydick added a pair of hits.

Days Creek 000 028 000 — 10 4 8

Bandon 303 110 201 — 11 10 3

C. Depew and Pickett; Schumaker and Williams. WP — Schumaker. LP — C. Depew. 3B — Lydick (DC), Depew (DC), Frietag (B). 2B — Williams (B), Young (B).

Days Creek 010 209 0 — 12 5 5

Bandon 100 101 0 — 3 3 3

C. Depew and Pickett; Schumaker, Jackson (5), Schumaker (7) and Williams, Knox (4). WP — C. Depew. LP — Schumaker. 2B — Depew (DC).


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