SUTHERLIN — The Sutherlin Bulldogs swept Cottage Grove in a Sky-Em League softball doubleheader on Friday.

Sutherlin (10-6, 4-4 Sky-Em) won the first game, 20-1, in five innings. The Bulldogs got an early start with five runs in the first innings, followed by four each in the second and third and seven runs in the fourth inning.

Bailey Westrom pitched four innings, striking out two and walking one. Savannah McHugill went 2-for-4 with three RBIs and a home run. Kayla Luther batted 4-for-4.

In the second game of the day Sutherlin once again dominated the Lions. The final score was 15-2.

Cottage Grove started off strong, scoring two runs in the first inning, but the Bulldogs quickly recovered and scored six runs in the third and seven runs in the fourth inning to secure the win.

Westrom, Luther, Caity Carrillo, Megan Carrillo and Asia Candeleria all had multiple hits for Sutherlin. 

Sutherlin ended the day with 34 hits, compared to eight hits by Cottage Grove.

First Game

C. Grove;000;10;—;1;4;0


Malm and Humphrus; Westrom, Jakubiec (5) and C. Carrillo. 2B — C. Carrillo (S), Haines (S), Luther 3 (S), Moser 2 (S), Westrom (S). 3B — C. Carrillo (S), Jakubiec (S), Moser (S). HR — McHugill (S).

Second Game

C. Grove;200;00;—;2;4;1


Taylor and Humphrus; Westrom, Jakubiec (5) and C. Carrillo. 2B — Cox (CG), Candelera (S), Luther (S), McHugill (S). 3B — Westrom (S).

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