Basin roundup: Moses Lake baseball completes season sweep of Ike

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MOSES LAKE — Moses Lake baseball wrapped up a season sweep of Eisenhower with a win at home 2-1.

The Chiefs (8-1, 9-2) scored twice in the first inning, riding quality pitching and defense for the rest of the game.

Dominic Signorelli singled home Emmitt Tatum; Signorelli would come around to score himself on a sacrifice fly ball from Birdie Valdez.

Vance Alvarado allowed one run on six hits in six innings, striking out seven. Cody Alvarado closed the game with an inning of scoreless relief.

Othello 0-11, Ephrata 10-1

EPHRATA — Othello maintained its second-place position in the CWAC Division I with a split in Ephrata, losing the opener 10-0 and taking the nightcap 11-1.

The Tigers opened up a 4-0 lead in the first inning and cruised in Game 1. Kyle Hendrick tripled and drove in three runs; Hendrick’s RBI single in the bottom of the sixth inning ended the game.

Othello’s bats awoke in Game 2 with 11 unanswered runs. The Huskies were also able to take advantage of eight Ephrata errors. Sebastian Munoz scattered two hits in six innings of work.

Grandview 2-8, Quincy 1-7

GRANDVIEW — Quincy lost a pair of one-run games at Grandview 2-1 and 8-7.

Nick Gonzalez struck out six for the Jacks in the opener. Noah Tarango was 2-for-4 with two RBIs in Game 2.

Warden 13, Columbia 2

WARDEN — Warden scored nine runs in the sixth inning and beat Columbia 13-2.

Wade Visker was 4-for-4 with three RBIs, four runs scored and a double. Ryan Arredondo added three hits, three RBIs and a double.

Asotin 8-11, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 1-4

Boys soccer

East Valley 2, Ephrata 1

YAKIMA — Ephrata could not overcome a 2-0 halftime deficit and lost to East Valley 2-1.

Blake Horton scored in the 54th minute for the Tigers’ lone goal.

West Valley 1, Moses Lake 0

Quincy 2, Selah 1


Quincy 28-35, Toppenish 25-11

TOPPENISH — Quincy unleashed its offense against Toppenish with a doubleheader sweep 28-25 and 35-11.

The Jacks held off a late seventh-inning rally by the Wildcats in the opener; Toppenish scored 13 runs in its last trip to the plate.

Othello 19-8, Ellensburg 6-0

Warden 15, Columbia 0

College baseball

Big Bend 8-7, Blue Mountain 7-3

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