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No. 1 Lakeridge 11, No. 32 Reynolds 0 -- Paul Wilson tossed a five-inning no-hitter and struck out 14 for the Pacers. The junior also hit a walk off three-run shot in the bottom of the fifth to invoke the 10-run rule. Mason Utech and Alou Dechard also went deep for Lakeridge.

No. 17 Westview 3 No. 16 Grant 2 -- Cole Katayama-Stall had a two-run single in the fifth inning to break a 1-1 tie and the sophomore right hander yielded just an unearned run the rest of the way in the Wildcats’ win.

No. 9 Tualatin 7, No. 24 Grants Pass 1 – Grants Pass led off the game with a single and double, but managed only one run in the frame against starting pitcher Ryan Morrison. Tualatin answered with five straight hits in the bottom of the first, starting with a Griffin Biggs triple off of the centerfield wall. The Timberwolves plated three runs in the bottom of the first and were never headed. Morrison got the win, yielding just two more hits and no walks over six innings to get the win. Brian Greer and Aidan Howard led the offense with two hits and two RBIs. Troy Osborne had two hits in the loss for Grants Pass.

No. 8 Sherwood 4, No. 25 Gresham 3 -- Gresham scored three in the top of the first, highlighted by Austin Stalwick's RBI double and Zack Kaufman's RBI triple. The Gophers held that lead for four innings before Sherwood scored three times to tie the game heading to the bottom of the seventh, where the Bowmen walked it off.

No. 5 McMinnville 2, No. 28 Tigard 1 (8 innings) – Parker Guinn tossed eight innings, yielding five hits and one run while fanning 10; and he hit the game-winning homer run in the bottom of the eighth to help the Grizzlies escape. Guinn also drove in McMinnville’s first run in the third with a single. Buddy Brands went seven innings of one-run ball in the loss for the Tigers. “Parker Guinn was outstanding in all facets of the game today,” said McMinnville coach Todd Peterson. “It was a special day for a special player.”

No. 21 Sheldon 10, No. 12 Central Catholic 3 -- Brody Spurlock’s third inning, three-run homer and a two-run single from Cade Welch to cap a three-run fourth inning carried the Irish over the Rams. Sheldon got a complete game effort on the mound from Taylor Langworthy and a diving catch in center from Drew Coleman, which turned into a double play, to fend off a Central Catholic threat with based loaded and one out in the fifth.

No. 13 Sprague 10, No. 20 Sunset 4 -- Sprague’s 16-hit attack was too much for Sunset on Monday. The Olympians answered two runs from Sunset in the top of the first with four in the bottom of the second and were never headed. Eli Lowe and Dayton Walker had RBI singles as Sprague built a 6-2 lead after three in support of Grant Strother, who struck out eight over 5.1 innings to earn the win. Hayden Laudette, Taylor Brenneman, Chris Rogers and Strother all had multi-hit games in the win.

No. 4 West Linn 8, No. 29 Glencoe 3 – Kace Naone hit a first-inning grand slam and Drake Gabel pitched 2.1 innings of scoreless relief to spark the host Lions. Gabel also had two hits and drove in one.

No. 3 South Medford 8, No. 30 Lincoln 1 – South Medford trailed 1-0 going to the bottom of the fifth, but exploded for eight runs to claim the win. Cameron Sewell’s two-run double, Elijah Havey’s two-run double and Jace Miller’s two-run triple highlighted the eight-run explosion. Carson Joe got the win on the mound, striking out seven over 5.2 innings while giving up just one run.

No. 14 Canby 2, No. 19 Bend 1 – Mikey Gibson scored the winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the fifth inning for the host Cougars. Joe Brauckmiller went the distance on the mound, yielding just one hit and no earned runs. Bryce Oliver had two hits for Canby and the team’s lone RBI. Nate Koehler pitched six innings for Bend and drove in the Lava Bears’ lone run.

No. 11 Summit 12, No. 22 Ida B. Wells 6 – A home run by Zach Reynolds sparked a seven-run fifth inning for the host Storm, which turned around a 5-3 deficit. With the game tied at 3-3 after four, Russell Petersen slammed a two-run homer to put the Guardians on top. After Reynolds’ homer knotted the score, Summit plated five more runs, including a home run from Canon Reeder, two hits from Joe Schutz and extra-base hits from Jack Clemans and Julian Mora. Mora finished with four hits in five trips. Alex Via got the win for Summit. Via struck out six and walked none during his time on the mound.

No. 6 Mountainside 9, No. 27 Sandy 3 -- Andy Miller went 4-for-4 and Tyler Christiansen went 2-for-3 with three RBIs in Mountainside’s win. Brian Mannion and Lucas Plenert combined for strike out 11 in 4.1 innings of work.

No. 7 Clackamas 10, No. 26 Century 0 -- Jackson Jaha pitched a five-inning one-hitter, fanning six, and added a two-run triple in Clackamas' win. Mo Mayers had a grand slam in the decisive victory.

No. 10 Roseburg 11, No. 23 Southridge 1 – Roseburg scored seven runs in the bottom of the first, on three hits and three Southridge errors; in the 11-1 game decided after five innings.

No. 18 Lake Oswego 8, No. 15 Mountain View 4 -- DH Elijah Mawda slammed a two-run shot in the top of the fourth to turn around an early deficit on the road. Mawda added another RBI later in the game on one of the Lakers’ 13 hits. Blaise Heher went 3-for-3 with a run scored and RBI for LO in support of starting pitcher Johan Barkoff, who gave up a two-run homer to Blaine Causey in the first but was otherwise solid in his 4.2 innings on the mound.

No. 2 Jesuit 10, No. 31 South Eugene 0 – Charlie Sturm had four RBIs in support of Noble Meyer and Ansel Balmer, who combined on the shutout. Meyer had nine Ks and gave up just one hit in his four innings of work. Nelson Keljo and Brock Leitgeib went 4-5 combined with three RBIs to complement Sturm’s big day.


No. 17 Lakeview 7, No. 16 Culver 0 --  Gavin Patterson threw a complete game for the Honkers with 12 Ks and helped himself by going 2-for-4 at the dish with a ringing double off the wall. Max Graham and Brandon Markus also had good days at the plate for the victors.

No. 12 Neah-Kah-Nie 4, No. 21 North Douglas / Yoncalla 1 -- Eddie Loza, Parker Hopkins and Ethan Hanson combined to throw a two hitter for NKN, which got timely RBIs from Cole Brown and Deryk Rachiele.

No. 13 Reedsport 3, No. 20 East Linn Christian 2 – Kyren Johnson had two hits and scored two runs and Derek Johnson threw a complete-game one-hitter with 13 strikeouts in Reedsport’s win. John Train’s double late in the game plated the winning run.

No. 14 Heppner / Ione 13, No. 19 Bonanza 3 – Kason Cimmiyotti slammed two homers and drove in five in Heppner’s six-inning win. The senior’s first long ball came in the first for Heppner, which opened a 4-0 lead before Bonanza scored three in the top of the fourth to make the game competitive. Heppner answered with six runs in the bottom of the fourth, then added three in the bottom of the sixth, including Cimmiyotti’s second dinger; to clinch the 10-run win. Tucker Ashbeck got the win for the Mustangs, pitching all six innings while yielding four hits and just one walk.

No. 11 Regis 2, No. 22 Illinois Valley 1 (9 innings) – Regis got a one-out double from Cody Ditter in the bottom of the ninth to plate the winning run. Bryson Nygren went the first eight for Regos, giving up one hit and one run while fanning 16.

No. 18 Grant Union / Prairie City 6, No. 15 Coquille 2 -- Senior Parker Neault threw a complete game five-hitter, striking out 10, to lead the Prospectors. He yielded only two unearned runs in the bottom of the seventh. Freshman Ryland Bell went 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs and Trever Gabbard went 3-for-4 as part of Grant Union’s 14-hit attack.