Prep roundup: Warden baseball unable to rally in 1A state opener

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ANACORTES — Warden could not rally from a 4-0 deficit and lost its Class 1A state tournament opener to University Prep 6-2.

The Cougars’ seven hits resulted in only two runs, one each in the sixth and seventh inning. Wade Visker finished 2-for-3 with one RBI.

Jacob Fried broke a scoreless tie in the fourth inning with a two-run double. Gus Coluccio followed with an RBI double to put the Pumas ahead 3-0.

Visker hit an RBI single to cut into the University Prep lead in the sixth, however, the Pumas added two more insurance runs in the seventh. Chance Conahan scored on a sacrifice fly by Holden Haworth in the seventh, but Warden could not string together a comeback.

Softball

Warden wins district championship

CONNELL — Warden picked up two wins on Saturday to win the SCAC 1A District Tournament championship.

The Cougars held off Cle Elum/Roslyn 2-0 in the semifinals before blowing out Royal 13-1 in the title game.

Royal upset No. 2 seed College Place 8-7 in the semifinals. Warden and Royal both clinched a state tournament berth.

Track and field

CBBN District Meet Day 2

Boys

Team winner: Wenatchee 137.50. Local team: 7. Moses Lake 45.

Girls

Team winner: Wenatchee 260.33. Local team: 3. Moses Lake 91.16.

Local state qualifiers

100 hurdles: Kari Heath, 15.52.

District 5/6/7 Regional Qualifier

Boys

100 meters: 4. Israel Cavazos, Quincy, 11.26.

200 meters: 3. Carter Cox, Ephrata, 22.80

400 meters: 2. Jayden Lopez, Ephrata, 51.82.

800 meters: 4. Daniel Lopez, Othello, 2:07.51.

4x100: 3. Ephrata, 44.89; 4. Quincy, 44.97.

Shot put: 4. Gabriel See, Ephrata, 44-05.00.

Shot put (ambulatory): 1. Ky Mangold, Ephrata, 23-05.00.

Discus: 4. Hunter James, Ephrata, 129-00.

Discus (ambulatory): 1. Ky Mangold, Ephrata, 54-11.

Javelin: 3. Ethan Montano, Ephrata, 167-08.

Pole vault: 3. Trevor Moloso, Quincy, 13-00.00.

Long jump: 2. Carter Cox, Ephrata, 21-06.50.

Local placers

Girls

Local placers

100 meters: 4. Mya Spencer, Ephrata, 12.72.

400 meters: 2. Mya Spencer, Ephrata, 1:00.96.

800 meters: 2. Bryn Heikes, Quincy, 2:24.61; 3. Jane Kennedy, Quincy, 2:28.98.

100 hurdles: 1. McCall DeChenne, Ephrata, 15.08.

300 hurdles: 1. McCall DeChenne, Ephrata, 45.99.

4x200: 2. Ephrata, 1:49.41.

Discus: 4. Lola See, Ephrata, 101-07.

Javelin: 4. Jacqueline Dearie, Quincy, 107-08.

Pole vault: 3. Taylin Chamberlin, Ephrata, 9-06.00.

Long jump: 3. McCall DeChenne, Ephrata, 16-09.75.

— Staff report

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