April 14-15 Prep Sports Roundup

Baseball Hood River Valley sweeps Hermiston 1-0 and 14-10:  Connor Coerper pitched a one-hitter while Lucas Viuhkola drove in the winning run in the opener, while Greyson Losee drove in four runs for HRV in the nightcap. Pendleton sweeps The Dalles 7-6 and 13-7:  The Buckaroos scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to win game one, and then scored seven in the fifth to win game two. King’s Way Christian 8, Columbia 1 LaCenter 1, Stevenson 0 Dufur sweeps Elgin 1-0 and 10-5 Sherman sweeps Union 12-2 and 19-2. Dayton sweeps Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat 10-0 and 5-2.   Softball Hood River Valley sweeps Hermiston 6-0 and 6-4:  The Eagles scored all six of their runs in the sixth inning of game one to back Hannah McNerney’s shutout.  HRV came back in game two with two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to win. Pendleton sweeps The Dalles 7-2 and 12-0. Dayton sweeps Lyle-Wishram-Klickitat 36-0 and 22-0.   Track and Field Hood River Valley’s girls were fifth and the boys seventh at the Viking Relays at North Salem.  Katie Kennedy finished second in the girls’ 100 meter hurdles to provide the top finish of the day for HRV.   Lyle-Wishram’s boys were third to provide the top team finish by Columbia Gorge-area schools at the River’s Edge Invitational in Boardman, as Brandon Montoya won the 100 and 200 meters and the long jump.  South Wasco’s Ana Popchock won the girls’ long jump and triple jump.   Julian Hernandez finished third in the boys’ javelin to provide the top finish for The Dalles at the Willamette Falls Invitational at Oregon City   Stevenson won both the boys and girls titles at its own Al McKee Invitational.  The Bulldogs’ Lincoln Krog won a pair of boys’ events, while Columbia’s Alondra Casarez-Garcia and Trout Lake’s Liz Fink each won three girls’ events.   Boys Soccer Seton Catholic 2, Columbia 1 Toledo 8, Stevenson 1   Boys Tennis Goldendale 4, White Swan 0   Girls Tennis Hood River Valley finished fifth at the Steve Rankin Invitational in Madras.  America Flores and Crystal Flores finished second in number two doubles. The Dalles 6, Madras 2 Goldendale 5, White Swan 0   Girls Lacrosse Hood River Valley 13, Clackamas 3:  Kathryn Koenig scored three goals as the Eagles move to 4-3 on the season.

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