Summer baseball roundup: Spuds swept by Outlaws

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Connor Vanderweyst/Columbia Basin Herald A Kennewick runner comes in to score against the Spuds.

MOSES LAKE — The Spuds fell to 0-12 this summer after being swept at home by the Kennewick Outlaws.

The Outlaws took the opener 11-0 and complete the sweep 12-2.

Wade Visker and Kaeden Vasquez had one hit each for the Spuds in Game 1. The Outlaws pulled ahead immediately with a 6-0 lead after two innings.

The Spuds hunt with the Outlaws in the nightcap, trailing 2-1 after two innings, until Kennewick scored eight unanswered runs. Ebin Carmona and Clayton Kellogg had one RBI apiece for Central Washington.

River City Athletics 17, Riverdogs 17U 5

EPHRATA — River City Athletics scored 11 runs over the final three innings to pull away from the Riverdogs and win 17-5.

Tre Spencer was 1-for-2 with one RBI.

Reign Sports 9, Red Raiders 8

KENNEWICK — Reign Sports scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat the Red Raiders in walk-off fashion 9-8.

Reign Sports scored the winning run on a passed ball.

Nate Garza Jr. tripled, drove in two runs and scored three times. The Red Raiders led 8-6 in the middle of the sixth inning before Reign Sports scored three unanswered runs.

— Staff report

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