Basin roundup: Chiefs baseball runs win streak to 9 games

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MOSES LAKE — League-leading Moses Lake ran its win streak to nine games after sweeping Davis 10-0 and 5-1.

Vance Alvarado pitched a complete game in the opener, striking out two. The Chiefs took a 4-0 lead after two innings and scored twice in the sixth to end the game. Asher Lindgren drew a bases-loaded walk to enact the 10-run rule.

Dominic Signorelli doubled and drove in two runs.

Moses Lake scored five runs within the first three innings to cruise to a Game 2 victory. Gabe Passey doubled twice and scored once.

Moses Lake hosts second-place Wenatchee on Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Selah 18-5, Ephrata 0-1

SELAH — Ephrata was swept by Selah 18-0 and 5-1.

The Tigers committed six errors and managed only one hit in Game 1. The Vikings erupted for 13 runs in the third inning.

Selah opened up a 3-0 lead in Game 2 and stymied any Ephrata offense.

Ellensburg 13, Othello 1

ELLENSBURG — Ellensburg pounded out 20 hits and beat Othello 13-1.

The second game was postponed due to inclement weather.

Jonathan Garza drove in Othello’s lone run.

Royal 6-6, College Place 2-1

ROYAL CITY — Royal picked up a pair of wins against College Place 6-2 and 6-1.

The Knights rallied from a brief 1-0 deficit in the opener with five runs in the first inning. Kevin Reyes doubled and had one RBI.

Tyler Allred tripled in Game 2 and Sawyer Jenks struck out nine in five innings.

Warden 8-7, River View 0-1

KENNEWICK — Warden maintained its hold on first place in the South Central Athletic Conference East with two wins against River View 8-0 and 7-1.

Ryan Arredondo pitched a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts in the opener. Arredondo also finished 3-for-3 with three RBIs.

The Cougars led 6-0 through five and a half innings in the night cap. Arredondo continued his banner day with four hits and four RBIs. Chance Conahan struck out seven batters in six innings.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 14-25, Curlew 3-0

HARTLINE — Reigning 1B champion Almira/Coulee-Hartline swept Curlew 14-3 and 25-0.

Cooper Correia had two hits and two RBIs in Game 1. The Warriors scored 21 runs in the second inning of Game 2.

Quincy 14-7, Toppenish 0-2


Almira/Coulee-Hartline 10-15, Curlew 0-0

HARTLINE — Almira/Coulee-Hartline improved to 8-0 with a sweep of Curlew 10-0 and 15-0.

Sarah Bradshaw threw a perfect game in the nightcap.

Othello 6-17, Selah 16-13

Prosser 19-16, Quincy 1-1

Kiona-Benton 16-15, Wahluke 1-0

Boys soccer

Royal 5, Connell 0

ROYAL CITY — Luis Rodriguez scored twice and Royal beat Connell 5-0.

The Knights led 2-0 at halftime and Uriel Garcia scored seconds into the second half. Alonso Hernandez and Angel Vega added one goal each.

Eastmont 1, Moses Lake 0

Quincy 3, Othello 2

Wahluke 1, College Place 0

Track and field

Pasco Invitational


Team winner: Walla Walla 55.85. Local teams: 59. Ephrata 0.85.


Team winner: Tahoma 82. Local teams: 46. Ephrata 4.

College baseball

Big Bend 0-5, Columbia Basin 10-3

College softball

North Idaho 11-13, Big Bend 0-5

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