GLIDE — The Glide High baseball team’s 11th straight win was a Fricke show Monday.
Brenden Fricke homered and doubled, Jacob Fricke pitched four scoreless innings and the top-ranked Wildcats won another nonleague game, 10-0 over Douglas in six innings.
Brenden Fricke, a senior, went 2-for-3 with three RBIs. Sophomore Jacob Fricke struck out five and combined with reliever Tylan DuBois to allow two hits, both of which were credited to Brock Koone. DuBois struck out four in his two innings of work.
Jake Livingston, Devin Freeman and Zach Rose all had two hits for Glide (14-1 overall), which is home again today for a 4:30 p.m. game against Gold Beach.
Douglas (2-13) is scheduled to host South Umpqua at 5 p.m. today.
Douglas 000 000 — 0 2 2
Glide 022 222 — 10 12 0
Box, Digby (4), Claughton (6) and Osborne; J. Fricke, DuBois (5) and Finlay, Beard (5). WP — Fricke (4-0). LP — Box. HR — B. Fricke (G). 2B — DuBois (G), Shaddy (G), B. Fricke (G), Finlay (G).
North Bend 9-12
South Umpqua 4-11
NORTH BEND — The Bulldogs had to rally from four runs back in the sixth inning of Game 2, but managed to win a wild nightcap and keep their perfect Far West League record intact.
Connor Clack went 2-for-3 with a solo home run in the opener while Colton Pringle was 3-for-4 for the Lancers (6-7 overall, 2-4 FWL). But North Bend’s Chris Gruchacz bounced back after allowing three runs in the first inning to fire six more strong frames and pick up the win.
Trailing by one run in the nightcap, South Umpqua scored five times in the top of the sixth to take a 10-6 lead, but the Bulldogs (10-5, 6-0) answered in the bottom of the inning with six runs of their own.
Brevin Ball went 3-for-3 with two RBIs for the Lancers and Garrett Rudy 3-for-5. Clack tallied two RBIs and he and Kristian Evans had two hits each.
South Umpqua 300 001 0 — 4 8 1
North Bend 320 040 x — 9 8 2
Westbrooks, Rudy (2), Doud (5) and Rudy, Sonka (2), Rudy (5); Gruchacz and Duryee. WP — Gruchacz. LP — Westbrooks (4-3). HR — Clack (SU). 3B — Davisson (NB), Hampton (NB). 2B — Pringle (SU), Duryee (NB).
South Umpqua 102 025 1 — 11 13 0
North Bend 500 106 x — 12 12 7
Yarbrough, Doud (2), Pringle (6) and Rudy; Bennison, Corder (6) and Duryee. WP — Bennison. LP — Doud. 3B — Corder (NB), Davisson (NB). 2B — Rudy (SU), Evans (SU), Westbrooks (SU), Corder 2 (NB), Duryee (NB), Inskee (NB).
North Douglas 2
DRAIN — Jordan Bailey, BJ Barnes, Ian Patt and Michael Yard had two hits each and the Oakers remained in a tie for first place in the Big Fir League with an easy win.
The Oakers (8-1 overall, 6-1 BFL) also got some help: North Douglas (8-5, 3-4) issued six walks and hit five batters. Oakland scored five runs in the fourth inning to take an 8-2 lead and made a winner out of Yard.
Tracey Doudna had two of the Warriors’ five hits. They play again today at Glendale.
Oakland 003 512 3 — 14 11 2
North Douglas 011 000 0 — 2 5 3
Yard, Comstock (6) and Bailey; Huckins, Gilmore (4), Aldous (6), Dooley (7) and Black. WP — Yard. LP — Huckins. 3B — Bailey (O). 2B — Yard (O).
North Douglas 8
DRAIN — Taylor Huckins hit a tie-breaking two-run homer in the fourth inning, helping to make the Warriors winners for the fourth time in their last five District 2 games.
Kelcee Frieze was North Douglas’ pitcher of record, going all seven innings while allowing six singles and striking out five. Frieze also went 4-for-4 at bat with two doubles, a triple and two RBIs. Alley Burruss and Kourtney Frieze chipped in two hits apiece for the Warriors (8-5 overall, 7-4 District 2).
Mikayla Bean had three hits for the Oakers (8-4, 10-4), who saw their six-game winning streak come to an end.
Oakland 101 010 0 — 3 6 3
North Douglas 002 330 x — 8 13 4
Lytle and Patt; Ke. Frieze and Whisler (2), Lymath (3). WP — Ke. Frieze. LP — Lytle. HR — Huckins (ND). 3B — Ke. Frieze (ND), Lymath (ND). 2B — Ke. Frieze 2 (ND), Whisler (ND).
COQUILLE — Heather Graham threw 10 innings without being charged with an earned run and got wins in both of the Wildcats’ first Sunset Hybrid League games of the season.
Graham and Mikayla Moyers teamed up for the shutout in Game 1 and Glide (8-3 overall, 2-0 league) put the game away with a nine-run seventh inning. Alexa Evans went 2-for-6 with a double, two runs and three RBIs; and Amanda Hatley went 2-for-6 with a double, one run and two RBIs. Kaley Franke and Jordan Olson had a hit and two RBIs apiece.
In Game 2, Evans (two RBIs, one run) and Hatley (two runs) each had two more hits. Graham, who struck out four in a complete game, also went 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Coquille dipped to 2-6 overall. Glide plays Gold Beach at 4:30 p.m. today.
Glide 170 010 9 — 18 11 1
Coquille 000 000 0 — 0 2 9
Graham, Moyers (4) and Hatley; Davidson, Howard (4) and Edgar. WP — Graham. LP — Davidson. 2B — Evans (G), Parazoo (G), Hatley (G).
Glide 102 032 1 — 9 9 5
Coquille 000 201 0 — 3 2 9
Graham and Hatley; Howard and Edgar. WP — Graham. LP — Howard. 2B — Evans (G), Graham (G), Hyatt (C).
South Salem 2
The Indians dominated the Saxons at Finlay Field to remain unbeaten in South League play at 6-0.
Harlie Johnson had six goals, and Jaclyn Humphry, Madeleine West and Tristen Jones four goals apiece for the Indians. Also scoring for Roseburg were Natalie DeBell (one goal) and McKaela Larkin (one goal).
Roseburg hosts South Eugene at 6 p.m. Wednesday.