Wednesday’s 2B Baseball: Tigers Take Two from PWV
By The Chronicle
NAPAVINE — The Tigers left little up for debate in Game 1 and kept rolling in the nightcap for a 14-1, 8-2 sweep of Pe Ell-Willapa Valley here Wednesday in a Central 2B League baseball doubleheader.
Wyatt Stanley pitched four no-hit innings and struck out 10 with one walk to get the win in the opener, which featured eight Napavine hits. Seth Butler went 3 for 3 with a double and drove in four runs, Dawson Stanley had a hit and three RBIs, Sam Fagerness had a double and an RBI, and Ben Woodrum and Mason Butler each drove in two runs.
The Tigers were coming off a split at Onalaska on Friday.
“You know, coming off the way we performed at Onalaska, I was really happy with the way the kids played today,” Napavine coach Brian Demarest said. “I think they bounced back nicely.”
Ryon Ashley had PWV’s lone hit in Game 1.
The Tigers pounded out 14 hits in Game 2, with Mac Fagerness going 3 for 3 with an RBI and Mason Butler, Seth Butler, Dawson Stanley and Wyatt Stanley each recording two hits with an RBI.
Garrett Shannon pitched the first three innings, striking out one, walking three and allowing one earned run, and Sam Fagerness worked the next four — with a walk, four strikeouts and no earned runs — to get the win.
Seth Butler, who was 5 for 5 on the day with four RBIs, was a bright spot, Demarest added.
“He was a stud. He hit the ball hard in both games,” the coach added. “He had good at-bats, and he hit well with runners in scoring position.”
Frank Roonsburg, Kaelin Jurek and Luke Gerow each had two hits for PWV.
Napavine (12-2, all league games) plays Morton-White Pass in Morton on Monday. Pe Ell-Willapa Valley (7-10, 5-9 league) closes out the regular season at Onalaska on Tuesday.
Toledo Salvages Belated Split With Toutle Lake
TOUTLE — Dakota Robins was dominant on the mound, and Toledo picked up a tight 3-2 win over Toutle Lake here Wednesday in the second half of a rain-delayed Central 2B League baseball doubleheader.
Robins worked 6 ⅓ innings, striking out 11 with three hits, a walk and one earned run. Dylan Hoiseck took over when Robins reached the 105-pitch limit and faced three batters to close out the game and get the save.
Robins went 2 for 3 to help his own cause, and Hunter Eaton, Cody Towns and Dalton Yoder each had two hits and an RBI for the Indians.
The doubleheader started last Thursday, with Toutle Lake winning the first game 8-2.
Toledo (4-11, 3-8 league) hosts Wahkiakum for a doubleheader on Thursday.
Rainier Bounces MWP Twice
RAINIER — The Mountaineers took two games from Morton-White Pass here Wednesday, sweeping the Timberwolves 14-2 and 5-2 in C2BL baseball action.
Rainier pitcher Zach Lofgren held MWP to four hits — from Kade Gillispie, Duece Kolb, Gavyn Higdon and Tyler Brown — in the Game 1 win, which the hosts led 12-0 after two innings.
The nightcap was much closer, with MWP scoring runs in the fifth and sixth inning to pull within 3-2.
Kaleb Rashoff, Brody Fuchs, Brayden Webb, Dylan Richards and Reid Worden all had hits for MWP in Game 2, and Rashoff worked all seven innings on the mound without issuing a walk.
Morton-White Pass (4-12, 2-12 league) hosts Napavine in Morton on Monday.
Note: In other C2BL action on Wednesday, Kalama swept Winlock, 10-0 and 9-0.
TIGERS 14, TITANS 1 (5 inn.)
Pe Ell-WV 000 01 — 1 1 4
Napavine 653 0X — 14 8 1
Batteries: Pe Ell-Willapa Valley — Ryan Shepherd, Frank Roonsburg (3) and Kaelin Jurek; Napavine — Wyatt Stanley, Jordan Purvis (5) and Dawson Stanley
TIGERS 8, TITANS 2
Pe Ell-WV 001 010 0 — 2 7 1
Napavine 100 412 X — 8 14 2
Batteries: Pe Ell-Willapa Valley — Cub Bair, Max Smith (6) and Kaelin Jurek; Napavine — Garrett Shannon, Sam Fagerness (4) and Dawson Stanley
INDIANS 3, DUCKS 2
Toledo 001 100 1 — 3 12 1
Toutle Lk. 010 000 1 — 2 3 1
Batteries: Toledo — Dakota Robins, Dylan Hoiseck (7) and N/A; Toutle Lake — Zach Vetter, Ridge Moss and N/A
MOUNTAINEERS 14, TIMBERWOLVES 2 (5 inn.)
Morton-WP 002 00 — 2 4 0
Rainier 662 0X — 14 13 0
Batteries: Morton-White Pass — Tyler Brown, Brayden Webb (2), Kade Gillispie (4) and Kade Gillispie, Brody Fuchs (4); Rainier — Lofgren and Coleman
MOUNTAINEERS 5, TIMBERWOLVES 2
Morton-WP 000 011 0 — 2 5 1
Rainier 001 112 X — 5 7 2
Batteries: Morton-White Pass — Kaleb Rashoff and Brody Fuchs, Kade Gillispie (6); Rainier — Pericic and Coleman