Redmond golfer takes medalist honors, but Summit wins tourney


Redmond’s Mason Rodby picked up his fourth straight first-place finish with a victory at the Mountain View Invitational boys golf tournament at Awbrey Glen Golf Club on Monday, using a 1-under-par 33 on the back nine to finish with a 2-over 72.

Summit got the team win, however, thanks to three golfers finishing 2-3-4 in the 28-player field en route to an overall 316. Alex Bowlin led the way with a 74, Kyle Wells added a 79, and Ryan Blackwell recorded an 80.

Redmond’s Tim Messner was fifth with an 82, and the Panthers took second with a 323.

Ridgeview finished in third, led by Jacob Jarvis’ 87, and Crook County was fourth thanks to Kody Kuk’s 85 that tied for ninth place.

Mountain View rounded out the team scores with a 384, paced by Trevor Curtis’ 88. Sisters did not field a complete team but saw Tyler Berg take 11th individually with an 86.

In other Monday action:

SOFTBALL

North Marion/St. Paul 4, Madras 1: AURORA — Jamie Moe and Chelsea Buck each picked up a double, but the White Buffaloes dropped their sixth Tri-Valley Conference contest in seven games, falling to 12-9 overall and 4-6 in league play. Jasmyn Reese drove in Madras’ lone run in the top of the second inning to even things up 1-1, but the Huskies took the lead in the bottom half of the frame with a run, and added one more in each of the fourth and sixth innings to seal the win.

Elmira 4, Sisters 3: ELMIRA — The Outlaws had their eight-game winning streak snapped as the Falcons scored a run in each of the fifth and sixth innings to rally for the Sky-Em League victory. Starting pitcher Cassidy Edwards struck out eight batters and walked just two for Sisters while going 4-for-4 at the plate with a run batted in. Lauren Cantwell was 3-for-4 with an RBI for the Outlaws, who fell to 7-2 in the Sky-Em and 15-3 overall.

Sweet Home 21, La Pine 3: LA PINE — Cassandra Roes had a two-run single for La Pine, which fell to 0-11 in the Sky-Em League and 2-16 overall. The Hawks walked 16 batters in the five-inning conference loss.

Regis 8, Culver 4: STAYTON — The Bulldogs lost their fourth straight game, falling to 3-17 overall and 2-6 in Class 2A/1A Special District 3.

Baseball

Redmond 10, Mountain View 0: REDMOND — Cordell McKinney went the distance for the Panthers, striking out five and allowing just one hit in Redmond’s six-inning Intermountain Conference win. Cam Peters was 2-for-4 with a double and two runs batted in for the Panthers (13-6 overall, 5-2 IMC), and Adam Rainville tripled and had two RBIs. Levi Schlapfer tallied the lone hit for the Cougars, who dropped to 5-12 overall and 1-3 in conference action.

Summit 9, Ridgeview 4: The visiting Ravens jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the top of the first inning, but the Storm rallied for three runs in the fourth inning, two in the fifth and four more in the sixth to earn the Intermountain Hybrid victory. Cal Waterman went 3-for-3 with a double and a run batted in for the Storm (11-10), who have now won five of the past six games. Austin Peters was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, and Tyler Palfrey and Dillon Randall each added a pair of RBIs. Ridgeview (12-7) was paced by Dakota Schaumburg, who tripled and collected three RBIs. George Mendazona was 3-for-4 for Ridgeview, and Garrett DeWolf went 1-for-2 with an RBI.

Bend 12, Crook County 1: PRINEVILLE — Duke DeGaetano pitched all five innings for the Lava Bears (12-7 overall), striking out nine batters and allowing just four hits in the Intermountain Hybrid win. Jonah Koski was 3-for-4 with a triple and two runs batted in to lead Bend at the plate, and Sami Godlove was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Joe Saenz hit a double for Crook County (8-13 overall).

Sweet Home 14, La Pine 4: SWEET HOME — Tristan Cox was 2-for-3 with two runs batted in, Devin Johnson was 2-for-3 with one RBI, but the Hawks came up short in the Sky-Em League game. La Pine, which committed five errors in the game, fell to 5-7 in the Sky-Em League and 6-15 overall with the five-inning defeat.

North Marion 5, Madras 1: MADRAS — The White Buffaloes fell to the Tri-Valley Conference leaders for the second time in as many games, dropping Madras to 10-9 overall and 4-6 in the TVC. The Buffs issued 10 walks to the Huskies, something Madras coach Joe Dominiak said his team rarely does, while stranding 13 runners on base offensively.