Basin roundup: Moses Lake baseball sweeps Sunnyside to end regular season

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MOSES LAKE — Moses Lake ended its regular season with a pair of blowout wins against Sunnyside 18-0 and 11-0.

The Chiefs enter the postseason on a four-game win streak and wins in 14 of their last 15.

In the opener, Dominic Signorelli homered and tripled to finish with three RBIs and three runs scored. Moses Lake led 16-0 after two innings and cruised the rest of the way.

Dax Lindgren, Evan McClean, Chayton Fisk and Cody Alvarado all drove in multiple runs.

Lindgren pitched a no-hitter in Game 2 with four strikeouts. Moses Lake broke the game open with a six-run second inning. Alvarado was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs.

Moses Lake is the Columbia Basin Big Nine league champion and will be the No. 1 seed in this week’s District 6 Tournament. The Chiefs will host the No. 4 seed on May 10 at 5 p.m.

Grandview 5, Othello 3

SELAH — Othello was unable to rally late and was eliminated from the postseason by Grandview 5-3.

The Huskies built a 2-0 lead before the Greyhounds responded with five straight runs.

Jay Rodriguez doubled and drove in a run. Josh Garza also had an RBI.

East Valley 3, Ephrata 2

ELLENSBURG — Ephrata left the bases loaded in the seventh inning and lost to East Valley 3-2.

The loss eliminated the Tigers from the District 5/6 Tournament.

Softball

Freeman 8-16, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 5-1

FREEMAN — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague struggled on the road in a season-ending sweep at Freeman 8-5 and 16-1.

The Scotties scored six unanswered runs in Game 1 to erase a 2-0 Bronco lead.

Other Basin results:

Quincy 25-21, Grandview 6-2

College Place 11-14, Royal 5-8

Warden 21-27, Wahluke 0-0

Boys soccer

Wahluke 1, Highland 0

MATTAWA ­— Orlando Erazo scored the game’s long goal and Wahluke won its district opener 1-0.

Erazo scored off a pass from Alan Contreras. Wahluke hosts Connell in the district semifinals on May 7.

Other Basin results:

Wenatchee 4, Moses Lake 2

Track and field

Ron Vanderholm Invitational

Boys

Team winner: Royal 121.83. Local teams: 5. Othello 60.83, 15. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 9.33, 17. Moses Lake Christian Academy 3.

Local winners

100: Angel Farias, Royal, 11.61.

200: Angel Farias, Royal, 23.09.

4x400: Royal, 3:30.97.

Shot put: Michael Perez-Villalobos, Royal, 52-08.50.

Discus: Michael Perez-Villalobos, Royal, 144-08.25.

Girls

Team winner: Oakesdale 109. Local teams: 3. Royal 97.50, 10. Othello 35, 11. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 34, 15. Almira/Coulee-Hartline 4, 17. Moses Lake Christian Academy 2.

4x200: Royal, 1:52.09.

Pole vault: Sydney Kinch, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, 9-00.00.

College baseball

Big Baned 4-2, Columbia Basin 3-8

MOSES LAKE — Big Bend split with Columbia Basin, winning the first 4-3 before losing the second 8-2.

The Hawks took over third place in the NWAC East while the Vikings dropped to fourth.

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