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Beugli leads Ashland past Henley in non-conference softball tilt

ASHLAND — Junior pitcher MeganBeugli allowed one run in the first inning then blanked Henley the rest of theway as Ashland registered a 4-1 victory over Henley in non-conference softballFriday at North Mountain Park.

Beugli struck out seven and walkedone in picking up her second victory in as many decisions.

The Grizzlies (2-1) bunched two oftheir three hits in the fifth inning to score all four runs.

Stefani Talbott opened the winningrally with a leadoff single. Anna Harris followed with a walk and one out laterHanna Elliott singled to load the bases.

Talbott scored on Jenna Graven'sbunt. Graven was thrown out at first but the runners advanced. Beugli struckout, but reached first on a passed ball, allowing Harris to score. Cat Clason'ssharp grounder to third was booted as Elliott crossed the plate. Clason got in arundown and pinch-runner Tessa Maurer came around to score the final run.

Ashland will visit Rogue River for a4 p.m. game on Monday.

Henley...............................................100000 0 — — 2 3

Ashland.............................................000040 x — 4 — 2

Birt and Kinsman; Beugli and Heine.W — Beugli (2-0). L Birt.

Baseball

ASHLAND SETTLES FOR SPLIT-At Etna, Calif., Ashland stormed past Yreka, 16-5, in the opener but stumbled inthe nightcap of the Etna Tournament, losing 3-2 to the host team.

Bryan Clevenger's bases-loadedtriple in the fourth inning against Yreka helped break the game open as theGrizzlies (2-1) used a seven-run surge to take an 11-2 lead.

Clevenger added an RBI double in thefifth inning and finished with five RBIs. Charles Dotterrer went 3-for-3 withtwo RBIs, while Tim Hegdahl added three hits and two RBIs.

In the nightcap, Dotterrer followeda leadoff double by Titus Weston with a run-scoring single to give Ashland a 1-0lead over Etna.

Weston added a suicide squeeze inthe second to score Chris Presicci to make it 2-0.

After Etna tied the game with tworuns in the fourth, the host team scored the game-winner in the sixth followinga leadoff blooper for a single, an error, a double steal and a miscue on apickoff attempt at third base.

Dotterrer and Mike Allen each went2-for-3 in the nightcap.

Ashland...............................................040723 — 16 11 1

Yreka...................................................110030 — 5 10 6

Contreras, Puderbaugh (3) andGeorge; Mott, Ayres (3), Kuck (5) and Miller. W — Puderbaugh (1-0). L ?Mott. 2B — Y: Collier, Kuck; A: Allen, Clevenger. 3B — A: Clevenger.

Ashland...................................................110000 — 2 6 2

Etna..........................................................000201 — — 7 1

Decker, Allen (5), Rowe (5) andCook; Baker and Lampella. W — Baker. L — Rowe (0-1). 2B — A: Weston.

Boys Tennis

North Medford 8, South Medford 1

Thurdsay's Match

SINGLES ?

Tyler Wilson, NM, d. Reilly Ferrell, 6-0, 6-1; John Falath, NM, d. Ben Works,6-1, 6-0; Clint Russell, NM, d. Damien Rennie, 6-0, 6-0; David Heyerman, NM, d.Gordon Neville, 6-3, 6-3; Marco Martin, NM, d. Justin Stevens, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2.

DOUBLES ?

Andrew Theen-David Mostue, NM, d. Peter White-Hoppe-Matthew White-Hoppe, 6-1,6-0; Mateo Mengis-Brady Inn, NM, d. Tim Carpenter-Jason Cumbie, 6-0, 6-1; DustinRotbart-Sean Rotbart, SM, d. Joe Jackson-Dustin Loomis, 6-4, 4-6, 4-6; ZachGeroux-Tom Tice, NM, d. Carlos Feitosa-Chris Atkinson, 6-1, 6-1.