• Challengers pick up third straight win

  • The Cascade Christian baseball team picked up its third straight win on Friday, beating Glide 6-3 in nonconference play at U.S. Cellular Community Park.
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  • The Cascade Christian baseball team picked up its third straight win on Friday, beating Glide 6-3 in nonconference play at U.S. Cellular Community Park.
    Isaiah Luzny played a large role, going 2-for-4 at the plate with three RBIs and picking up the win on the mound. The sophomore, who hit a two-run triple in the first inning, pitched a six-hitter with 10 strikeouts and one walk for the Challengers (8-5).
    Cody Coggins finished 2-for-4 and Tristan Jones added an RBI double in the fifth inning for Cascade Christian, which raced out to a 6-0 lead before Glide (6-3) scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning.
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    Fricke and Rowe; Luzny and Jones. W — Luzny (3-1). L — Fricke. 2B — CC: Coggins, Jones, Dusenbury. 3B — CC: Coggins, Luzny.
    GLIDE 11, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 4 — Kaitlyn Smith went 3-for-3 with one RBI and Meghan Higday smacked an RBI double in the third inning to lead Cascade Christian in a nonconference loss at U.S. Cellular.
    Glide's Kenzie Shrum went 2-for-4 with one RBI and winning pitcher Heather Graham added an RBI double against the Challengers (3-10), who played as the visitor on their home team after the game was moved to Medford.
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    M. Smith and Martinez; Graham and Hatley. W — Graham. L — M. Smith (1-5). 2B — CC: Higday; G: Shrum 2, Graham.
    BONANZA TWILIGHT — At Bonanza, Prospect swept the girls throwing events to help lead the Cougars to a second-place team finish at the nine-team event. Kaylee Biando won the shot put (32-10) and javelin (81-4) while Caree Mickelsen placed first in the discus (86-3) for Prospect.
    St. Mary's finished third in the girls competition behind Lost River and Prospect but received a pair of victories from Hannah Graunke, who set a personal record in the high jump (4-7) and also won in the pole vault (8-6).
    On the boys side, Peter Schwartz of St. Mary's won in the 1,500 meters with a time of 4:54.52.
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Lost River 192, Bonanza 78, Triad Christian 68, Big Valley 53, Tulelake 46, Chiloquin 36, Butte Valley 34, St. Mary's 28, Prospect 16.
    100 — 1, Zach Swingle, LR, 12.03; 200 — 1, TJ Riblett, TC, 25.42; 400 — 1, Levi Tarbell, Bon, 56.24; 800 — 1, Miguel Reyes, Tul, 2:23.83; 1,500 — 1, Peter Schwartz, StM, 4:54.52; 3,000 — 1, Eric Cooper, Chi, 11:15.39; 110 HURDLES — 1, Ethan Hawkins, Bon, 21.10; 300 HURDLES — 1, Memo Bigoni, LR, 51.93; 4X100 RELAY — 1, Triad Christian (TJ Riblett, Gabe Ovgard, Blake Trumbull, Austin McGrew), 48.31; 4X400 RELAY — 1, Bonanza (Ethan Hawkins, Danny Zambrano, Levi Tarbell, Will Hess), 4:06.93.
    SHOT PUT — 1, Freddie Rodriguez, BigV, 41-10.75; DISCUS — 1, Josue Nieves, LR, 98-0; JAVELIN — 1, Zach McCarty, TC, 108-10; HIGH JUMP — 1, Zach Swingle, LR, 5-4; POLE VAULT — 1, Kale Baley, Tul, 10-0; LONG JUMP — 1, Zach Swingle, LR, 19-5.50; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Jake Cerri, LR, 40-0.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — Lost River 124, Prospect 85, St. Mary's 75.5, Triad Christian 69, Tulelake 68, Bonanza 64.5, Big Valley 48, Chiloquin 3.
    100 — 1, Moriah Trumbull, TC, 13.68; 200 — 1, Carley Brown, LR, 29.29; 400 — 1, Megan Parks, LR, 1:04.08; 800 — 1, Sarah Estabrook, TC, 2:42.82; 1,500 — 1, Kirsten Hankins, TC, 5:42.70; 3,000 — 1, Lucy Chavarin, LR, 13:03.22; 100 HURDLES — 1, Megan Fairchild, BigV, 18.45; 300 HURDLES — 1, Megan Fairchild, BigV, 55.79; 4X100 RELAY — 1, Lost River (Megan Parks, Irene Alonzo, Caryle Brown, Kristal Alonzo), 53.53; 4X400 RELAY — 1, Lost River (Marleni Flores, Megan Parks, Jarely Valadez, Lindsey Barrows), 5:02.50.
    SHOT PUT — 1, Kaylee Biando, Pro, 32-10; DISCUS — 1, Caree Mickelsen, Pro, 86-3; JAVELIN — 1, Kaylee Biando, Pro, 81-4; HIGH JUMP — 1, Hannah Graunke, StM, 4-7; POLE VAULT — 1, Hannah Graunke, StM, 8-6; LONG JUMP — 1, Carley Brown, LR, 14-2; TRIPLE JUMP — 1, Irene Alonzo, LR, 26-6.
    ASHLAND 6, GRANTS PASS 1 — At Ashland, Grants Pass won at No. 1 singles, but Ashland rolled after that in the nonconference match at Hunter Park, raising its record to 4-2.
    The Grizzlies' No. 1 doubles team of Ahanu Yates and Forrest Kollar cruised to a 6-0, 6-1 victory over Nick O'Hara and Eliott Bold.
    Robbie Hobbs won at No. 1 singles for the Cavemen, 6-0, 6-0 over Michael Montes.
    The No. 3 singles match was canceled after the first set because of rain.
    SINGLES — Robbie Hobbs, GP, d. Michael Montes, 6-0, 6-0; Carl Gorbett, A, d. Zach Williams, 6-1, 6-2; Tanner Hoover, A, vs. Drew Van Delden, GP, canc. rain; Gabe Lamont, A, d. Tucker Daniel, 6-4, 6-1.
    DOUBLES — Ahanu Yates-Forrest Kollar, A, d. Nick O'Hara-Eliott Bold, 6-1, 6-0; Grant Kahn-Nathaniel Daize, A, d. Tyler Boyles-Chapman Elliott, 6-1, 6-1; Ryan Allen-Cannon Dukes, A, d. Santley Ralls-Hollen Audell, 6-1, 6-1; George Cross-Garrett Johnson, A, d. Jacob Guerra-Bryce Thompson, 6-1, 6-0.
    CENTRAL COAST CLASSIC — Phoenix's Travis Campoy cardded a 2-over-par 74 on Day 2 of the event to pull away from the pack and gain medalist honors at the four-team event. The first 18 holes were played at Salishan Golf Course on Thursday and the final 18 at Sandpines Golf Course on Friday.
    Campoy's two-day total of 156 was seven shots better than runner-up Erik Paige of Stayton, which won the team competition.
    STAYTON (733) — Erik Paige 81-82—163, Aavry Nelson 85-92—177, Mike Windsor 94-90—184, Scott Orr 98-Alec Westinghouse 111—209.
    NEWPORT (757) — Thomas Cramer 94-94—188, KC Little 95-89—184, Eddie St. Claire 96-87—183, Robert McAfee 103-99—202.
    PHOENIX (766) — Travis Campoy 82-74—156, Austin Sawchuck 90-106—196, Ethan Gedde 109-110—219, George Avgeris 104-Alex Hernandez 91—195.
    TAFT (975) — Shea Gallagher 86-94—180, Cassius Anderson 125-148—273, Pablo Lascano 128-126—254, Lee Wagoner 132-136—268.
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