EAGLE POINT — Once the Eagle Point softball team found a window of opportunity to keep its season alive in the opening round of the Class 5A state playoffs, it was too late.

EAGLE POINT — Once the Eagle Point softball team found a window of opportunity to keep its season alive in the opening round of the Class 5A state playoffs, it was too late.

The Eagles manufactured all four of their runs with two outs in the sixth inning, but the rally fell short as Liberty escaped with a 5-4 victory at Eagle Point High School on Wednesday.

After two pop-ups and with one runner on base in the bottom of the sixth, Candace Rodgers and Tatum Winter hit back-to-back singles to put the Eagles' first run on the board.

A two-run double from Jenna Richardson trimmed the Eagle deficit to 5-3, and Tia Garrett capped the big inning with an RBI single.

The Eagles (17-10) were able to get the leadoff batter, who represented the tying run, aboard in the bottom of the seventh, but Liberty forced three straight outs to end the game.

Eagles senior ace Chloe Hanson allowed five runs — three earned — on nine hits and one walk against nine strikeouts.

Garrett went 2-for-2 and Winter finished 2-for-3.

Liberty's Stephanie Meeuwsen hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning to help her team take a 4-0 lead.

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Oglesby and Flores; Hanson and McCready. W — Oglesby. L — Hanson (11-7). 2B — EP: Richardson. HR — L: Meeuwsen.

BAKER/POWDER VALLEY 11, PHOENIX 1, 5 inn. — At Baker, Baker/Powder Valley (23-3) lived up to its billing as the No. 1 team in the Class 4A power rankings with the first-round romp.

All three hits for Phoenix (7-17) came in the fourth inning, when it scored its run. Adrienne Engle, who reached on a fielder's choice, scored after singles by Makayla Scoggins and Kya McAlister. Amanda Skaff had the Pirates' other hit to lead off the inning.

Baker/Powder Valley scored seven fourth-inning runs, aided by two Phoenix errors.

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Tally, Scoggins (5) and Giron, Hamilton (5); McCaule and Ellis. W — McCaule. L — Tally (6-10). 2B — B: Brown.

GRANT UNION 17, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 3, 5 inn. — At John Day, Cascade Christian endured the rain and sloppy conditions but couldn't overcome a tough opponent in the opening round of the Class 3A state playoffs at Grant High School.

Michelle Kinney went 2-for-2 and Jordan Martinez was 2-for-3 for the Challengers (13-12).

The Prospectors opened a 15-1 lead after three innings.

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Grant Union 546 2x — 17 8 4

Gallo, Casebier (3) and J. Martinez; Croghan and Dancer. W — Croghan. L — Gallo (12-9). 2B — GU: Brockway, Bransteller.

BUTTE FALLS 5, NORTH DOUGLAS/ELKTON 4 — At Butte Falls, Mariah Moore pitched Butte Falls to a comfortable lead but nearly saw it slip away before surviving a late-inning scare in the first round.

The Loggers (18-3), undefeated champions in District 4, travel to Glendale on Friday for quarterfinal action at 4:30 p.m.

Butte Falls scored four runs on four hits and two walks in the fifth inning to increase the margin to 5-0. North Douglas/Elkton, however, answered with three runs in the top of the sixth and tallied another in the seventh.

Moore allowed just one earned run on seven hits. The junior also notched eight strikeouts.

Jessica Driskell went 2-for-3, scored a run and drove in another for the Loggers and Sierra Kirkpatrick scored twice.

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Doudna and Rice; Moore and Hobbs. W — Moore (16-2). L — Doudna. 3B — NDE: Rice.

ROSEBURG 18, NEWBERG 5 — At Roseburg, Jared Priestley drove in five runs and captured the second-round victory on the mound to lead Roseburg.

Priestley hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning and added a two-run single. He surrendered four earned runs on eight hits, two walks and eight strikeouts for the Indians (19-5), who will face West Salem in Friday's quarterfinals.

Cody Watkins and Micah Audiss both hit three doubles and scored three times. Watkins went 4-for-5 and Audiss was 3-for-4.

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Storedahl, Miller (4), Terranova (6) and Maryfield; Priestley and Graham. W — Priestley (8-3). L — Storedahl. 2B — R: Audiss 3, Watkins 3. 3B — R: Graham. HR — R: Priestley, Morin.