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Prep Roundup: Dupper homers, but Douglas falls

MERLIN — Kasey Werner, Mikayla Dart and Kady Kantola all had two hits and the North Valley High softball team scored a 6-5 win over Douglas on Wednesday in nonleague play.

Mikala Dupper ripped a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning for Douglas (4-2). Justine Bringhurst went 3-for-3 with a double and Sadie Birch 2-for-2 with a double for the Trojans.

Douglas 000 111 2 — 5 7 4

N. Valley 300 201 x — 6 7 2

A. Dupper, Holcomb (4) and M. Dupper; Mohr, Kantola (6) and Kite, Stark (4). WP — Mohr. LP — A. Dupper. HR — M. Dupper (D). 2B — Birch (D), Bringhurst (D), Werner (NV), Kantola (NV), Pittman (NV).

Phoenix 9-12

South Umpqua 0-2

TALENT — Former Douglas standout Meranda Zanni pitched a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts in the opener, and Zanni and Baylee Toney each went 4-for-4 for the Pirates (7-2) in the nightcap in a nonleague sweep.

The Lancers dropped to 1-7 on the season.

First Game

S. Umpqua 000 000 0 — 0 0 2

Phoenix 000 513 x — 9 14 1

Schofield and Bohknenkamp; Zanni and Hamilton. WP — Zanni (5-1). LP — Schofield. 3B — Zanni (P), Toney (P). 2B — D. Tally (P), Wallack (P).

Second Game

S. Umpqua 011 000 — 2 3 3

Phoenix 512 121 — 12 14 1

Westbrooks, Schofield (5) and Bohnenkamp; D. Tally, Scoggins (6) and Hamilton. WP — D. Tally (1-0). LP — Westbrooks. 3B — Toney (P). 2B — Zanni 2 (P), Toney (P).

Riddle 12

Prospect 10

RIDDLE — The Irish (3-2) scored five times in the bottom of the sixth inning to take the nonleague win.

Eryn McNeil went 2-for-3 with a pair of home runs for Riddle. Chey Kremer was 3-for-3, Sarah Linton 3-for-4, Monica Maurer 2-for-2 and Daisha Budel 2-for-4.

Prospect 114 040 0 — 10 8 1

Riddle 201 054 x — 12 19 4

Pinkerton and Coble; Budel, Chandler (4) and Linton. WP — Chandler. LP — Pinkerton. HR — McNeil 2 (R). 3B — Budel (R). 2B — Maurer (R), Linton (R).

BASEBALL

South Umpqua 10-7

Phoenix 1-2

TRI CITY — Colton Pringle remained on a tear for the Lancers, and the rest of the lineup got going with him.

Pringle, a senior, hit his fifth home run of the season — a two-run shot that gave South Umpqua a 4-1 lead in the fourth inning of Game 1 — and the Lancers tallied 17 hits on the day in their nonleague sweep.

The wins snapped a three-game losing streak for the Lancers (4-3).

Pringle went 2-for-3 with three RBIs in the opener while Garrett Rudy (two runs) and Hayden Doud added two hits apiece. Kyle Westbrooks got the win, striking out five in three innings of two-hit ball, and Doud allowed just two hits in four scoreless innings of relief.

Connor Clack had three hits and two RBIs in the nightcap in support of starter Matt Yarborough, who went four innings while stirking out five and yielding just two hits.

Phoenix 001 000 0 — 1 4 2

South Umpqua 110 215 x — 10 10 1

Decker, Botterman (6) and McCreade; Westbrooks, Doud (4) and Rudy. WP — Westbrooks. LP — Decker. HR — Pringle (SU). 2B — Pond 2 (P), Doud (SU).

Phoenix 101 000 0 — 2 2 3

South Umpqua 104 020 x — 7 7 0

Kenter, Botterman (5) and McCreade; Yarborough, Rudy (5), Kennedy (7) and Rudy, Sonka (5). WP — . LP — . 2B — Hitchenson (P).

St. Mary’s 6

Glendale 0

MEDFORD — Jake Isola pitched a two-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts as the Crusaders defeated the Pirates in nonleague play.

Jacob Smith and Dan Seus each stroked two hits for St. Mary’s (7-3). Glendale fell to 1-9 overall.

Glendale 000 000 0 — 0 na na

St. Mary’s 040 200 x — 6 na na

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Riddle 21

Creswell JV 0

RIDDLE — The Irish (8-1) won their eighth straight game, pounding the 3A Bulldog junior varsity in five innings.

Other details from the contest were not available.


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