One rough inning proved to be the demise for North Medford's baseball team Saturday afternoon, with Marist scoring four first-inning runs and then holding on for a 4-1 victory at North Medford High.

One rough inning proved to be the demise for North Medford's baseball team Saturday afternoon, with Marist scoring four first-inning runs and then holding on for a 4-1 victory at North Medford High.

Josh Paiment opened the scoring for Marist on an infield groundout and Bennett Champion added a two-run single to help get the Class 4A Spartans (2-2) off to a 4-0 lead against Tornado starter Travis Cash. Cash allowed three hits with one walk and one hit batter in the first inning.

North Medford (2-1) answered with a run in the bottom of the third when, after a one-out double by Shaun Whitehead, Colin Sowers supplied a two-out RBI single. Bradey Shipley followed with a single but the inning came to an end when Seth Brown's deep shot to left-center was tracked down.

North put two runners on base in the sixth and seventh innings but couldn't come through with a hit to close its deficit.

Sowers, a senior catcher, notched his third straight two-hit game by going 2-for-4 for the Tornado.

Zach Brandon struck out six and allowed six hits and one walk in an effective pitching performance for Marist.

Marist 400 000 0 — 4 8 1

North Medford 001 000 0 — 1 6 2

Brandon and Swindling; Cash, Bradshaw (7) and Sowers. W — Brandon. L — Cash (0-1). 2B — NM: Whitehead.

ROSEBURG 10-11, ALOHA 0-1 — At Roseburg, Roseburg's Josh Graham pitched a one-hit shutout in the opening game, setting the tone for the Indians' nonconference sweep.

Graham went five innings, picked up 11 strikeouts and walked one. He also went 3-for-3 at the plate with two doubles and drove in a pair of runs.

The Indians' Brandon Jackson went 3-for-3 as well, and Micah Audiss and John Farrington each collected two hits.

Both games ended in five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule.

Roseburg's Mitch Huff allowed one unearned run in the nightcap. Cameron Newell had a three-run triple in the fourth inning and Vince Ampi added a solo home run for the Indians (3-0).

FIRST GAME

Aloha 000 00 — 0 1 1

Roseburg 302 32 — 10 13 0

Rasmussan and Rise; Graham and Ampi. W — Graham (1-0). L — Rasmussan. 2B — R: Graham 2, Ampi.

SECOND GAME

Aloha 000 10 — 1 2 1

Roseburg 214 4x — 11 6 1

Kempt, Richards (2), Hemphill (3) and Rise; Huff and Graham. W — Huff (1-0). L — Kempt. HR — R: Ampi. 2B — R: Newell, Graham.

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 16-1, HIDDEN VALLEY 8-11 — At Murphy, Cascade Christian capitalized on 11 hits, eight walks and five hit batters in an opening-game victory.

Ryder West and Andrew Shaw led the Challengers in Game 1 with two hits and two RBIs each. Justin Cheney and Colton Cochran also had two hits each for the Challengers.

In Game 2, Dylan Armanino tossed a one-hitter as Hidden Valley (2-2) gained a split. Hidden Valley's Seth Aamatti had six hits and three RBIs in the doubleheader.

FIRST GAME

Cascade Christian 001 (11)13 0 — 16 11 3

Hidden Valley 000 350 0 — 8 10 3

Cochran, Cheney (5) and West; Beck, Hernandez (4) and Schmidt. W — Cochran. L — Beck (0-1). 2B — CC: Scottow. HV: Aamatti 2, Gulbransen. 3B — HV: Evans

SECOND GAME

Cascade Christian 100 000 — 1 1 2

Hidden Valley 220 331 — 11 10 1

Huntley, Dusenburg (4), Banks (6) and West; Armanino and Schmidt. W — Armanino (1-1). L — Huntley. 2B — HV: Bars, Evans, Gulbransen.

NORTH VALLEY 1-10, MAZAMA 0-5 — At Merlin, junior pitcher Jay Wiesbart fired a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts and Josh Cowell homered for the only run in the opener for North Valley (3-1).

Cowell led off the sixth with a home run over the left-center field wall.

In Game 2, Marco Garmendia pitched two innings to pick up the win and led North Valley's attack with two hits and two RBIs. Cowell added two hits in the nightcap.

FIRST GAME

Mazama 000 000 0 — 0 0 0

North Valley 000 001 0 — 1 1 0

Smith, Beckman (4) and Reinhard; Weisbart and D. Parker. W — Weisbart (2-1). L — Smith. HR — NV: Cowell.

SECOND GAME

Mazama 020 201 0 — 5 7 0

North Valley 410 014 x — 10 12 2

Reinhard, Smith (2), Howard (5), Paschal (6) and Mathis, Reinhard (2); J. Parker, Garmendia (2), Herklotz (4), Shippy (6) and Schmoll, Parker (4). W — Garmendia (1-0). L — Reinhard. 2B — NV: Weisbart, Wingerd 2, D. Parker, Guzman.

BANDON 13-7, ST. MARY'S 7-2 — Bandon used four home runs to propel its offense in a twin bill sweep over St. Mary's at U.S. Cellular Community Park.

In the opener, St. Mary's received two hits and one RBI from Andrew King, Brad Hermann and Danny Leavens. Francisco Acuna hit a sixth-inning RBI triple for the Crusaders (1-2).

Acuna added two hits and one RBI in the nightcap.

FIRST GAME

Bandon 015 131 2 — 13 11 2

St. Mary's 200 103 1 — 7 9 1

Jackson, Bennett (4), Yarber (6) and Mack, Garrett (6); Hermann, Acuna (3) and King. W — Jackson. L — Hermann (1-1). 2B — SM: Hermann. 3B — B: Bennett; SM: Acuna. HR — B: Grant, Mack, Jackson.

SECOND GAME

Bandon 002 110 3 — 7 4 0

St. Mary's 000 200 0 — 2 5 0

Mack, Jackson (7) and Garrett; Britton, O'Boyle (7) and King. W — Mack. L — Britton. 2B — B: Garrett, Bennett. HR — B: Mack.

BUTTE FALLS 9-1, DAYS CREEK 8-11 — At Butte Falls, Quinton Weaver drove in the winning run with his fourth hit of the game in the bottom of the seventh inning in Game 1.

Chris Dunham added two hits and Josh McGonagle smacked a grand slam in the fifth inning for the Loggers (1-3).

In Game 2, five Butte Falls errors led to the five-inning loss.

FIRST GAME

Days Creek 002 050 1 — 8 9 1

Butte Falls 010 510 2 — 9 10 2

Roberts, D. Muir (5), Walters (7) and D. Muir, Falk (5); Myers and Casillas, Mercer (4). W — Myers (1-1). L — Walters. 2B — DC: J. Muir; HR — BF: McGonagle.

SECOND GAME

Days Creek 510 15 — 11 8 1

Butte Falls 000 10 — 1 4 5

Gower and Mercer; D. Muir and Falk. W — D. Muir. L — Gower.

GLENDALE 10, PROSPECT 9 — At Glendale, Prospect rallied twice, but Glendale had a game-winning single in the bottom of the seventh with one out to stave off the Cougars.

Glendale held a 6-0 lead, but the Cougars scored seven runs in the fifth inning take a 7-6 lead. Prospect's big hit was a two-run single from David Bernhardt.

In the top of the seventh, the Cougars' Scott Kennedy and Kevin Wilson each scored on past balls to knot the score 9-all.

Riley Linson went 2-for-3 for the Cougars (0-2).

Prospect 000 070 2 — 9 5 6

Glendale 005 112 1 — 10 6 3

Bernhardt, Gallagher (6) and Kennedy; Poore, Kitchen (5) and Ring. W — Kitchen. L — Bernhardt (0-2). 2B — P: Linson, Kennedy. 3B — G: Kitchen.