• Eagles get the best of Grizzlies

  • EAGLE POINT — Eagle Point's McKinzee Parker was on the winning side of the pitchers' duel as the Eagles claimed a 6-0 Class 5A Southern Oregon Hybrid softball victory Monday at Eagle Point High.
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  • EAGLE POINT — Eagle Point's McKinzee Parker was on the winning side of the pitchers' duel as the Eagles claimed a 6-0 Class 5A Southern Oregon Hybrid softball victory Monday at Eagle Point High.
    Parker and Ashland's Georgia Williams each pitched a three-hitter, but the Eagles (7-8, 2-0 5A SOH) were able to do a little bit more with their timely hits in the opening three innings.
    Christine McCready went 2-for-3 with an RBI single for the Eagles, while Kelsey Pearce and Megan Cowden also drove in runs.
    Williams issued four walks and hit four batters in addition to the three hits for the Grizzlies (3-14, 0-2).
    The scheduled second game of the doubleheader was canceled due to thunder and lightning.
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    Eagle Point 213 000 x — 6 3 1
    Williams and Cory; Parker and Shopp. W — Parker (5-5). L — Williams. 2B — EP: McCready.
    PROSPECT 20, CHILOQUIN 5, 5 inn. — At Prospect, Prospect generated 11 runs in the first inning on its way to its first District 4 softball victory.
    Heather Lass went 3-for-3 with a double and a triple for the Cougars (7-3, 1-1 Dist. 4), who also received a 3-for-3 effort from Raychelle Summers.
    Prospect, which won in five innings by virtue of the 10-run mercy rule, also picked up a 2-for-3 performance from Taylor Reynolds.
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    Prospect (11)40 5x — 20 15 3
    Scott, Thompson (2) and Montoya; Pinkerton and Coble. W — Pinkerton (6-3). L — Scott. 2B — P: Lass, Summers, Reynolds. 3B — P: Lass.
    ALL-SWC — At Roseburg, South Medford's Christina Phelps carded a 44 to finish third individually in a Southwest Conference event shortened to nine holes by lightning in the area at Roseburg Country Club.
    Sheldon posted a team total of 175, paced by medalist Haleigh Krause (40) and runner-up Alexi Bevans (43), to edge Roseburg in the overall competition for the second of five counting SWC events.
    SHELDON (175) — Haleigh Krause 40, Alexi Bevans 43, Sammy Rouleau 46, Stephanie McCumsey 46.
    ROSEBURG (200) — Clare Dittemore 45, Kiana Cash 47, Ashlynn Persing 53, Kayla Epperly 55.
    GRANTS PASS (203) — Morgan Mahaffie 46, Cori DeForest 52, Alyssa Heisser 52, Sara Heisser 53.
    SOUTH EUGENE (211) — Natalie Gattis 51, McKenna VanVoorhis 52, McKenna Henderson 54, Sophie O'Dell 54.
    SOUTH MEDFORD (212) — Christina Phelps 44, Tessa Spivey 51, Hannah Fretz 55, Courtney Littrell 62.
    NORTH MEDFORD (224) — Caiti Barrie 52, Becca Allen 54, Monica Godfrey 57, Taylor Norris 61.
    CRATER (229) — Fallon Wallace 51, Mackenzie Guthrie 52, Jessica Juvinell 59, Breanna Souza 67.
    ASHLAND 8, NORTH MEDFORD 0 — Ashland continued its solid campaign as River Davis and the Grizzlies topped host North Medford in nonconference action.
    Davis, the Grizzlies' top seed in singles, seized a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Cali Hale while Vika O'Brien outdueled North's Hannah Von Strahl at the No. 2 spot for a 6-0, 6-1 win.
    In doubles, Hanna Greenberg and Ashley Knecht helped complete the sweep of North (0-11) with a 6-0, 6-1 triumph over Julia Riberio and Melissa Rhodes.
    SINGLES — River Davis, A, d. Cali Hale, 6-1, 6-0; Vika O'Brien, A, d. Hannah Von Strahl, 6-0, 6-1; Anne Kim, A, d. Nikki Cummings, 6-0, 6-0; Nikole Maldonado-Leon, A, d. Rylee Houck, 2-6, 6-4, 10-2.
    DOUBLES — Hanna Greenberg-Ashley Knecht, A, d. Julia Ribeiro-Melissa Rhodes, 6-0, 6-1; Elena Cooper-Jennifer Fine, A, d. Whitney Cordes-Rachel Arappagis, 6-0, 6-1; Katy Barnard-Halie Haynes, A, Michaela Mehl-Carson Case, 6-0, 6-0; Cass Christopher-Sydney Wisdom, A, d. Shelly O'Brien-Kaitlin Smith, 6-3, 6-1.
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