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Dunlap blasts Pirates past North Valley

TALENT - Phoenix senior Travis Dunlap hasn't been afforded too many pitches to hit this baseball season.

"He hasn't been getting very many chances," said Phoenix coach Joe Hagler, "but when he does he usually comes through."

Dunlap smacked a two-run homer in the first inning of Game — and added a three-run bomb in the second inning to help Phoenix jump to a 10-1 lead after two innings.

The Pirates (15-10, 13-7 Skyline) also jumped on North Valley in the nightcap, managing an 8-0 lead after two innings. Bobby Dawson had a two-run double in the first inning of Game 2.

"We got ahead early and that made it kind of nice for us the rest of the way," said Hagler.

North Valley (4-16 Skyline) managed 10 hits in the opener but left 14 runners stranded on base.

Kyle Kaufman went 3-for-3 with three runs in the opener and had two doubles in Game 2. Landon Rhodes had three hits in Game 1.

FIRST GAME

North Valley.......................................011 010 0 - — 10 1Phoenix...........................................460 010 x - 11 12 4

Gould, A. Phelps (2) and Saeman; Dunlap and Mahon. W - Dunlap (7-2). L - Gould. 2B - P: Kaufman, Eric Kessler. HR - P: Dunlap 2 (9).

SECOND GAME

North Valley.........................................001 100 0 - 2 8 1Phoenix............................................443 000 x - 11 10 1

Butterbaugh, Sullivan (2) and Saeman; Landon Rhodes and Mahon, Pearce (5). W - L. Rhodes (6-2). L - Butterbaugh. 2B - P: Kaufman 2, L. Rhodes, Dunlap, Kessler, Dawson.

HIDDEN VALLEY 9-9, LAKEVIEW 5-4- At Lakeview, Hidden Valley kept pace with Henley at the top of the Skyline standings.

Hidden Valley used its ace Scott Hyde in relief in both games. Hyde helped protect a lead in the opener with four innings of relief to post the win, then tossed three scoreless innings for the save in the nightcap. He finished with 11 strikeouts over five total innings of work.

Trevor Schmidt, Troy Beard, Hyde and Rob Adler each had two hits in the opener.

Adler, who also had two hits in the nightcap, picked up the victory in Game 2 and had a double in each game. Teammate Josh Evans had three hits and made two diving catches in right field to help preserve both wins.

FIRST GAME

Hidden Valley....................................500 002 2 - 9 10 1Lakeview.............................................211 100 0 - 5 6 7

Richards, Hyde (4) and C. Schmidt; Chiono and Dolbear. W - Hyde. L - Chiono. 2B - HV: Adler; L: Sweeney.

SECOND GAME

Hidden Valley.......................................020 222 — - 9 9 2Lakeview..............................................110 200 0 - 4 8 4

Richards, Adler (3), Hyde (5) and C. Schmidt; Yocum and Dolbear. W - Adler. L - Yocum. 2B - HV: Adler, N. Mason.

MAZAMA 12-14, ROGUE RIVER 0-4- At Klamath Falls, Mazama scored 26 runs on 26 hits in a Skyline Conference sweep of the Chieftains.

In the first game Kyle Blank hit a triple and T.J. Farley hit a double to lead Mazama, 13-7 in Skyline play, to a 12-0 win in five innings.

Ryan Broadhead had two doubles in the second game for Rogue River, which fell to 4-16 in Skyline play.

FIRST GAME

Rogue River...........................................000 00 - 0 2 5Mazama..............................................028 2x - 12 13 0

Frederick and Bashans; L. Wagner, G. Wagner (5) and Manfull. W - L. Wagner, L - Frederick. 2B - M: Farley; 3B - M: Blank.

SECOND GAME

Rogue River...........................................000 04 - 4 10 4Mazama...............................................104 18 - 14 13 2

Hunter and Bowers; Farley and Manfull. W - Farley, L - Hunter. 2B - RR: Broadhead 2, Bowers; M: Nelson. 3B - M: G. Wagner.

HENLEY 10-15, ILLINOIS VALLEY 0-0- At Klamath Falls, Travis Boshuizen pitched a five-inning no-hitter in Game 2 and had two doubles in the opener as Henley swept Illinois Valley.

Brian Stock and Nick Telle each had two hits and two RBIs in Game 2.

Kirk Cunningham and Morgan Grohs each drove in three runs in the six-inning opener. Brad Bailey picked off three runners at first base in earning the win in Game 1.

FIRST GAME

Illinois Valley.........................................000 000 - 0 4 3Henley................................................002 422 - 10 10 3

Houston, Pope (5) and Henry; Bailey and Pryor. W - Bailey (9-3). L -Houston. 2B - H: Grohs, Boshuizen 2.

SECOND GAME

Illinois Valley...........................................000 00 - 0 0 3Henley..................................................905 1x - 15 10 0

Stone, Navarro (1), Larson (4) and Henry; Boshuizen and Pryor, Harworth (3), Pryor (3). W - Boshuizen (6-2). L - Stone. 2B - H: Kinsman, Cunningham, Stock 2.

District 6

CASCADE CHRISTIAN 22-29, ST. MARY'S 0-0- At White City, Bryan Edwards struck out 13 and ran his pitching record to 11-0 while leading Cascade Christian to a five-inning opening game win during a doubleheader sweep.

Chad Harvey and Blake McCormick each had two hits and four RBI, while Edwards added two doubles.

In the five-inning nightcap, the Challengers (19-2) scored 12 runs in the first inning and 11 runs in the fifth en route to their 10th SCL win against no losses.

St. Mary's walked 12 batters and hit three more while dropping to 0-12 in league to end the season.

Mychal Sha went 2-for-3 with five RBI, while McCormick and Edwards each had three hits and three RBI apiece.

FIRST GAME

Cascade Christian............................(10)01 47 - 22 13 0St. Mary's................................................000 00 - 0 2 3

Edwards and Nolan Roberts; Gradwell, Cooper (5) and Steinke. W - Edwards (11-0). L - Gradwell. 2B - CC: Edwards 2, Harvey 2, Kelley, McCord, Gmur.

SECOND GAME

Cascade Christian........................(12)12 3(11) - 29 19 1St. Mary's................................................000 00 - 0 — 5

Harvey, McCormick (4) and Roberts, Harvey (4); Stout, Gradwell (5), Cooper (5) and Steinke. W - Harvey (6-0). L - Stout. 2B - CC: Kelley, Gettman 2, Edwards.