May 10 Prep Sports Roundup


Hood River Valley 2, Redmond 1:  Mason Spellecy’s two-run homer in the first inning lifted HRV to the victory, moving the Eagles two games ahead of Pendleton atop the Intermountain Conference standings with three to play.  Spellecy struck out seven over five innings before Jake von Lubken retired the final six batters of the game to earn the save.

The Dalles 15, Crook County 11:  Manatu Crichton-Tunai hit a three-run homer and drove in six runs while Henry Begay had a grand slam as the Riverhawks won their second straight IMC game.

Eatonville 5, Columbia 1


The Dalles 5, Crook County 4:  Jeilane Stewart homered and drove in two runs as the Riverhawks moved into a tie for second in the IMC with Ridgeview.

Hood River Valley sweeps Redmond 7-4 and 10-0:  The Eagles moved with a game of The Dalles and Ridgeview heading into a three-game series with The Dalles starting on Thursday in Hood River.

Stevenson sweeps Morton-White Pass 24-7 and 24-14

  Southwest Washington Class 1A Boys Soccer Tournament


Seton Catholic 7, Columbia 0:  Columbia will face Forks on Thursday at a site to be determined, with the winner grabbing a state playoff berth.


The Dalles qualified for next week’s Class 5A state tournament at Trysting Tree in Corvallis with a second place finish at the regional tournament at Heron Lakes.  Joe Codding finished in second place individually with a pair of rounds of 80.  Hood River Valley’s Davis Kerr and Keirnan Chown qualified as individuals for state.

  Also at Heron Lakes, The Dalles’ Katelyn Vassar qualified for the state 5A girls’ golf tournament next week at Emerald Valley in Creswell by finishing in seventh place in the district tourney.

  Track and Field

Goldendale finished second to Kittitas in the boys’ portion of the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference West Division meet at Highland.  Alden Williams won both the 800 and 1600 meters for the Timberwolves, while Issac Call won the 3200 meters and Ethan Mell was first in the discus.  In the girls’ half of the meet, Goldendale’s Emma Olson won the triple jump, and the Timberwolves received a first place finish from its 4 by 200 meter relay team.

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