Bulletin staff report

Sara McKinney limited the Summit to just three hits in seven innings while striking out 12 in a 3-0 Game 1 win, and Ridgeview used a four-run second inning and a five-run seventh in the second contest, a 13-3 victory, to seal the Intermountain Hybrid doubleheader softball sweep.

In the first game, Paige Davis went 2 for 3 with a home run for the Ravens, and McKinney added a double.

Brooke Lee went 2 for 3 to lead Summit, Morgan Watts had a hit, and Jacqueline Manley scattered five hits in a complete game.

In the second game, Shawna Marshall drove in three runs with a double, McKinney and Brittany Peterson each had two-run doubles for Ridgeview (14-4), and Rachel Collins went the distance while striking out 11 for the win.

The Storm (2-17) were led by Aubrey Clemens’ homer.

In other Wednesday action:


Bend 8-12, Crook County 4-2: PRINEVILLE — The Lava Bears (14-6) swept the Cowgirls in a Intermountain Hybrid doubleheader. Kendall Kramer hit a three-run home run in the opener to lead Bend, which scored five runs in the top of the 10th to seal the win. Crook County (13-7) managed one run in the 10th before falling. Bend took the second game 12-2 in five innings. Awbrie Elle Kinkade had three hits and three RBis for the Bears. No statistics were reported for the Cowgirls.

Elmira 10, La Pine 2: LA PINE — Three home runs, including a grand slam, helped the Falcons claim a Sky-Em League victory. Keara Parrish went 2 for 3 for with a ground-rule double for La Pine (0-12 Sky-Em, 6-16 overall), while Brianna Millard and Maddie Fisher each drove in a run.

La Salle 10, Madras 0: MILWAUKIE — The White Buffaloes dropped to 5-6 in Tri-Valley Conference play and 9-12 overall with the six-inning loss.


Bend 10, Crook County 0: Dalton Hurd earned the win, striking out six Cowboys in four innings to lead the Lava Bears to an Intermountain Hybrid victory in six innings. Hurd also highlighted Bend’s offense, going 2 for 4, driving in three runs and scoring twice. Sami Godlove added three hits and scored twice for the Bears (17-5). Crook County (5-16) had just one hit and committed three errors.

Mountain View 12, Redmond 2: Derek Ostrom pitched a complete game, allowing just three hits and one earned run while striking out nine in the Cougars’ Intermountain Conference win. Devin Haney was 3 for 4 with three RBIs to lead Mountain View (4-7 IMC, 10-12 overall), and Colton Lovelace had three RBIs. Ben Burroughs had the lone RBI for Redmond (5-6, 10-12).

Ridgeview 11, Summit 9: REDMOND — Tyler Ross was 3 for 4 with two RBIs to lead the Ravens (17-3) to an Intermountain Hybrid win. Kahl Malott was 2 for 3 with two RBIs. Summit’s Josh Cherry hit a two-run homer, and Troy Viola and Dylan Albertazzi each added triples for the Storm (11-7).

Elmira 10, La Pine 0: ELMIRA — Two Elmira pitchers held La Pine to one hit to beat the Hawks in a Sky-Em League game halted after 4 1/2 innings via the 10-run rule. A third-inning single by Kevin Ferns was the lone hit of the contest for La Pine (0-12 Sky-Em, 1-21 overall).

Sisters 10, Junction City 0: SISTERS — Joey Morgan pitched all five innings and allowed just four hits while going 2 for 2 with 2 RBIs at the plate to lead the Outlaws to a Sky-Em League victory. Justin Harrer went 3 for 3 for Sisters (12-0 Sky-Em, 18-2 overall), and Ryan Funk was 2 for 3 with three RBIs. Ben Larson had two hits for the Outlaws, and Jonathan Luz went 2 for 4 with a double.

La Salle 8, Madras 7: MILWAUKIE — Cody Shepherd recorded three hits and two RBIs, and Broc Sanders had two hits and scored three runs, but the White Buffaloes dropped another Tri-Valley Conference contest. Madras (0-11 TVC, 4-17) outhit La Salle 10-8 but committed six errors.


Central Oregon Lacrosse 19, Roseburg 4: ROSEBURG — Central Oregon completed its undefeated South League run with a convincing victory. Lauren Gallivan posted six goals and two assists for Central Oregon (10-0 South, 12-2 overall), Kyra Hajovsky had five goals, and Cayley Allan finished with three goals and an assist. Annie Beaver chipped in with two goals and two assists for Central Oregon, Fiona Dolan scored once to go along with an assist, and Ellie Ryan and Kalie McGrew each had a goal. Central Oregon’s Kelsey Norby had seven saves in goal.


Odiorne, Mode top gross, net standings: A 1-under-par 71 allowed Summit’s Madison Odiorne to claim first-place honors in the gross standings, besting teammate Sarah Heinly by nine strokes. The Storm finished with a score of 315 to defeat Bend High, which posted a 371. Bend’s Maddy Mode fired an 81 to place first in the net standings with a 59 ahead of Sisters’ Codie Lagao, who had a 62 net score (86 gross).


Buffs boast two consolation champs: PORTLAND — While Madras qualified no players for the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state championships in two weeks, the White Buffaloes finished the Special District 2 championships with two consolation champions. Itzel Romero posted 8-4 and 8-1 wins before securing a 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 win in the consolation final of the singles bracket. In doubles play, the Madras tandem of Wendy Galan and Lorena Alonso cruised to a consolation title, logging wins of 8-1 and 8-2 before taking a 6-1, 6-4 decision in the consolation championship.


Madras doubles team falls in consolation final: PORTLAND — The doubles team of Obie Eriza and Omar Dominguez fell in the championship quarterfinals 6-0, 6-1, ending the White Buffaloes’ bid to qualify individuals for the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state championships. In the consolation bracket of the Special District 2 championships, Madras’ tandem of Oved Felix and Jered Pichette logged 8-3 and 8-2 wins to reach the consolation final. But the Buffalo duo fell to Philomath’s Nate Haslam and Derek Stucki 6-4, 6-4.