Prep roundup: Moses Lake slowpitch clinches CBBN

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Connor Vanderweyst/Columbia Basin Herald Moses Lake sophomore Madi Olson rounds the bases after hitting a game-ending home run against West Valley.

MOSES LAKE — Moses Lake asserted itself as the best slowpitch softball team in the Columbia Basin Big Nine with two wins over West Valley 14-4, 18-3.

The sweep improved Moses Lake to an unblemished 6-0 in the CBBN, clinching home-field advantage for its district tournament on Oct. 23.

The Rams held a brief 2-0 lead before the Chiefs answered with a five-run first inning in Game 1. Up 12-4, Harley Raymond led the sixth inning off with a double to right-center field. Madi Olson ended the game two batters later when she crushed a ball over the center field fence.

The Chiefs finish their regular season with doubleheaders against Mid Columbia Conference teams Chiawana and Pasco.

Girls swimming

Eisenhower 100, Moses Lake 85-Moses Lake 119, Davis 67

MOSES LAKE — Moses Lake girls swim and dive split a pair of dual meets.

The Chiefs were unable to pick up enough wins to beat Eisenhower, losing 100-85. The Chiefs settled for a comfortable win against Davis 119-67.

Bethany Bateman scored 174.10 to win diving.

Girls soccer

Warden 7, Naches Valley 1

WARDEN — Bailey Whitney had four goals and two assists to lead Warden past Naches Valley 7-1.

Ashlyn Yamane scored twice and Arely Rangel added one goal.

Other Basin scores

Wahluke 4, Royal 1

Ephrata 3, East Valley 1

Othello 2, Toppenish 0


Warden 3, River View 2

WARDEN — Warden earned its first league win against River View 19-25, 25-9, 25-20, 22-25, 15-8.

Natalie Cole led the Cougars with 10 kills. Kayla Golladay and Kiana Rios added eight kills each.

Jaryn Madsen totaled eight digs, five kills and four aces.

Other Basin scores

Quincy 3, Othello 2

Ephrata 3, Wapato 1

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