MADRAS — Jamie Moe’s one-hit pitching was backed by offensive support throughout the Madras lineup Monday as the White Buffaloes rolled to a 10-0 nonconference softball victory over visiting La Pine.
Moe struck out seven batters and walked just one for the complete-game win. She also drove in the game-ending run with a sacrifice fly that sent home Kasheena Stevens for a 10-run Madras lead in the bottom of the fifth inning. La Pine fell to 0-4.
Among the hitting leaders for the White Buffaloes were Caitlin Hulsey, who was three for three with an RBI, and Keely Brown, who booked an RBI double and a run-scoring triple in three turns at bat. Sarah Brown and Inez Jones each had a double, a single and an RBI for Madras (3-1).
In other Monday action:
Panthers top Buffs: MADRAS — With three doubles wins, Redmond pulled away for a 5-3 victory in its season opener. Kendall Marshall kicked things off with a win in No. 1 singles, and Jessica Brunot won by way of a tiebreaker. Madras’ Mercedes Lawrence picked up her first win of the season at No. 3 singles, and Itzel Romero won a 6-2, 6-3 decision for the White Buffs. The Panthers took three of the four doubles matches, capped by a 6-1, 6-1 win by Haily Smith and Lily Wagner. The White Buffaloes earned a victory in No. 3 doubles, where Sophie Gemelas teamed up with Maria Olivera, a JV player filling in for a sick teammate, to defeat Heidi Gasperetti and Nicole Hoffman 7-5, 4-6, 10-4.
Madras 11, La Pine 0: LA PINE — Devin Ceciliani was three for four with two RBIs to lead the visiting White Buffaloes, who made the Hawks pay for a sloppy defensive performance in a five-inning nonconference contest. Madras (2-1) scored six runs in the second inning with the help of five La Pine errors, just half of the Hawks’ total for fielding miscues in the game. Ethan Short had a double and a single for the winners to back the shutout pitching of Robert Fine, who allowed the Hawks (0-4) just four hits — all singles.
Sample takes second: CROOKED RIVER RANCH — At a six-team tournament hosted by Trinity Lutheran, it was a Saint who just missed topping the 14-player field. Victoria Sample’s 18-hole score of 90 on the par-71 course earned her a second-place finish behind McKenzie’s Sydney King, who finished with an 11-over 82. Holly Chapman and Codie Lagao, both of Sisters, took third and fourth, respectively, while Madras’ Lauren Simmons rounded out the top five.