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Mustangs take down Falcons

KLAMATH FALLS — The Medford Mustang's pitching staff limited Klamath Falls to just three hits as the American Legion AAA Mustangs snared an 8-2 nonconference baseball victory at Kiger Stadium on Monday.

Nate Namanny, Isaiah Luzny and Charlie Walker allowed one hit apiece for the Mustangs (5-1). Namanny started the contest and earned the victory, pitching the opening four innings and striking out four.

Luzny had seven strikeouts in four innings. Walker nailed down the win in the ninth.

Billy Hansen went 4-for-5 and drove a run for the Mustangs, and Jessie Hornbrook went 3-for-5 — all three hits were doubles — with two RBIs.

Medford 023 000 012 — 8 12 1

Klamath Falls 000 020 000 — 2 3 1

Namanny, Luzny (4), Walker (8) and Westhelle-Grant; Willhite, Owings (4) and Whistler, White (4). W — Namanny (1-1). L — Willhite. 2B — M: Hornbrook 3, Westhelle-Grant, Walker, Evans, Bradd; KF: K. Kuhlman.

ROSEBURG 11, NORTH MEDFORD 1, 7 inn. — Cody Walker had four hits and Zach Wyscaver pitched a four-hitter for visiting Roseburg Pepsi in nonconference play.

The Mavericks' (5-2) run came when Brett Pearson singled home David Crofton with two outs in the seventh.

Roseburg 052 013 0 — 11 12 0

North Medford 000 000 1 — 1 4 5

Wyscaver and Carhart, Shandy; Brown, Pearson (2), Crofton (3), Gillis (5), Raff (6) and Keindrich, Wolff (6). W — Wyscaver. L — Pearson (2-1). 3B — R: Backer.

GRANTS PASS 11-4, SOUTH MEDFORD 8-5 — At Grants Pass, backed by a complete game by Austin White, South Medford salvaged an Area 4 split with the Grants Pass Diggers at Reinhart Sports Park.

White allowed four runs — three earned — and struck out eight in the nightcap. Jimmy Sporer went 2-for-4 with two runs scored for the Colts (2-3 Area 4).

FIRST GAME

South Medford 400 201 0 — 8 11 2

Grants Pass 305 003 0 — 11 12 2

SECOND GAME

South Medford 220 010 0 — 5 8 1

Grants Pass 001 003 0 — 4 4 4

WU TIES RECORD — Medford's Dylan Wu tied the competitive course record at Centennial Golf Club Sunday en route to a dominating victory in an Oregon Golf Association junior tournament.

Wu, 15, shot an 8-under-par 64 on the second and final day, winning the boys division by 10 strokes. It was his lowest competitive round. An opening 66 on Saturday tied his previous best.

Wu made an eagle and seven birdies and was 9 under heading to the 18th tee. However, a bogey on the last hole dropped him back to 8 under.

Also in the Centennial Junior, Kiana Oshiro, 13, of Medford, bettered her first-round score of 78 by five strokes on Sunday. The 73 enabled Oshiro to win the girls intermediate division by 15 strokes.