Wednesday Roundup: Logger Softball Beats Toledo; Bearcats Lose Golf Match
ONALASKA — The Loggers made quick work of the Indians on Wednesday, as Onalaska earned a 20-5 win in three innings in a Central 2B League softball game.
Adalee Sabin was 3 for 4 with three RBIs and runs and Amy Henderson was 2 for 3 with two triples and 4 RBIs for the Loggers. Alicia Vint was 3 for 4 with three RBIs, and Olivia Mitten was 2 for 3 with four RBIs.
Toledo led 4-3 after the first inning, but Onalaska got the bats going in the second, scoring 11 runs to take a commanding lead.
Onalaska’s Dusty Glenn pitched all three innings to earn the win.
The second game of the doubleheader was rained out in the first inning, and Onalaska coach Ken Ulery hoped the game can be completed Thursday or Friday.
“Toledo had a good plan at the beginning, making her (Glenn) throw strikes. She came back, she battled and found her groove,” Ulery said. “We’ve got a big month ahead of us. We’ve just got to keep grinding and making sure we’re doing the little things right.”
Onalaska (7-2, 7-2 league) hosts Morton-White Pass on Saturday in a C2BL doubleheader. Toledo (2-7, 2-7 league) hosts Kalama on Saturday in a league matchup.
LOGGERS 20, INDIANS 5 (3 inn.)
Toledo 401 — 5 4 3
Onalaska 3(11)6 — 20 13 0
Batteries: Toledo — Holmes and Murphy; Onalaska — Glenn and Howard
Girls Golf: Black Hills Gets the Best of Bearcats
The wet weather didn’t provide too much of a damper for the W.F. West, but Black Hills had slightly better luck on Wednesday with a 106-91 win in Evergreen 2A Conference girls golf action at Newaukum Valley Golf Course.
Black Hills’ McKenna Canty picked up medalist honors with 28 points in the match, which was scored using the Stableford system. Ellie Hirotaka scored 26 and Emma Darling 25 for the Wolves.
Carly Noble notched 24 points for W.F. West, with Delaney Calkins chipping in 20 and Kate Balmelli adding 18.
Bearcat coach Bruce Thompson praised the play of Abbey Link and Haley Simmons, who recorded 15 and 14 points, respectively and who each shot 5 strokes better than their average.
“I’m real pleased with the girls I have. I’ve got seven girls who were all brand new to golf, and then I’ve got these six girls coming back from last year,” Thompson said. “And, you know, they do a nice job out there. They’re practicing hard.”
W.F. West (1-2, 1-1 league) will host Tumwater on Monday and play Centralia at Riverside Golf Course on Wednesday.
BLACK HILLS 106, W.F. WEST 91 (Stableford)
W.F. West — Carly Noble 24, Delaney Calkins 20, Kate Balmelli 18, Abbey Link 15, Haley Simmons 14, Whitnee Herr 9
Black Hills — McKenna Canty 28, Ellie Hirotaka 26, Emma Darling 25, Taylor Reed 14, Niki Jones 13, Jacelynn Tyner 9