EAGLE POINT — Wade McCready found his pitching form and Johnny Wilkerson had a big day at the plate to lead Eagle Point to its first two wins of the season in a doubleheader sweep of visiting Douglas on Saturday.

EAGLE POINT — Wade McCready found his pitching form and Johnny Wilkerson had a big day at the plate to lead Eagle Point to its first two wins of the season in a doubleheader sweep of visiting Douglas on Saturday.

McCready allowed only one hit and pitched to two batters over the minimum in leading the Eagles to a 4-1 triumph in the opener, and Wilkerson was 3-for-3 with two runs and two RBIs to help complete the sweep with a 9-8 win in the nightcap.

McCready struck out 14 and walked one. The senior right-hander allowed a leadoff single by Sky Woods in the fourth inning, and Woods stole second and third before scoring on a wild pitch for the only blemish against McCready.

"It was the Wade of old," said EP head coach Rob Cowden, whose team improved to 2-5 overall. "He worked ahead, hit his spots and changed speeds very well today."

Wilkerson, a freshman, was 2-for-3 with one run and one RBI in Game 1, with Ben Zomerdyk and Shane Bluhm each going 2-for-3 with one RBI and Austin Fosenburg 2-for-4 with one run scored.

Bluhm provided the highlight to Game 2 with a grand slam home run — the first in high school for the EP junior.

"It was a great time for it," said Cowden.

Bluhm's blast helped the Eagles build a 5-0 lead and they were ahead 9-4 before Douglas made it interesting with four seventh-inning runs.

Matt Smith was 2-for-2 with two runs and one RBI for EP in the nightcap.

FIRST GAME

Douglas 000 100 0 — 1 1 0

Eagle Point 012 001 x — 4 12 0

Cortes and Dahl; McCready and Zomerdyk. W — McCready (1-2). L — Cortes. 2B — EP: Wilkerson 2.

SECOND GAME

Douglas 000 022 4 — 8 11 1

Eagle Point 005 004 x — 9 9 1

Harrison, Polamalu (4) and Dahl; Zomerdyk, Downing (6), Morgan (7) and McCready. W — Zomerdyk (1-2). L — Harrison. 2B — D: Syrie, LaVerne. 3B — EP: Wilkerson. HR — D: Foster, Woods; EP: Bluhm (1).

ROGUE RIVER JV 10-10, PROSPECT 2-15 — At Prospect, Riley Linson, Jordan Rock, David Bernhardt and Hunter Gallagher all had two hits to help Prospect (1-3) earn a doubleheader split with the Rogue River junior varsity team.

The Cougars rallied from a 6-0, first-inning deficit with six runs of their own in the fourth inning of Game 2. Freshman Kyle Rowe reached safely in all five of his at-bats and scored four runs, and Bernhardt had three RBIs. Scott Kennedy added five RBIs.

FIRST GAME

Rogue River JV 310 311 1 — 10 10 1

Prospect 001 000 1 — 2 2 4

Schoner, Taylor (4), Freitas (6) and Freitas, Schoner (6); Gallagher, Korczak (5) and Kennedy. W — Schoner. L — Gallagher (0-1). 2B — RR: Taylor. 3B — RR: Schoner.

SECOND GAME

Rogue River JV 610 300 0 — 10 7 3

Prospect 213 621 x — 15 10 1

Worthington, Freitas (5) and Gomez; Rock, Bernhardt (2) and Kennedy. W — Bernhardt (1-2). L — Worthington. 2B — RR: Watkins; P: Linson, Rock, Bernhardt.

Softball

BUTTE FALLS 3-0, GLENDALE 1-10 — At Butte Falls, Butte Falls pitcher Mariah Moore went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and struck out 13 to push her team to a split in nonconference play.

Cheyenna Kirkpatrick doubled and Moore only gave up two walks in a complete-game effort for the Loggers (2-2) in the opener.

Faith Williams hit a double and triple in the second game, when the Pirates used an eight-run second inning to pull away.

FIRST GAME

Glendale 000 010 0 — 1 4 0

Butte Falls 300 000 x — 3 4 1

Streeter and Silva; Moore and Hobbs. W — Moore (1-0). L — Streeter. 2B — BF: Kirkpatrick; G: Silva.

SECOND GAME

Glendale 080 20 — 10 7 0

Butte Falls 000 00 — 0 3 4

Lizbeth Silva and Lizeth Silva; Driskell and Hobbs. W — Silva. L — Driskell (1-1). 2B — G: Williams; 3B — G: Williams.