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Mazama storms to sweep of Eagles

EAGLE POINT — The Eagle Point softball team kept things close in their first game, but came undone late in their second contest against Mazama in the Southern Sky Conference openers on Saturday at Eagle Point High.

The Eagles (5-7, 0-2 SSC) committed 11 total errors to hinder their cause.

Kaitlyn Pinner doubled twice in the first game, when the Vikings (9-1, 2-0) scored four runs in the third inning en route to a 10-8 win. The Eagles fell, 9-3, in Game 2.

Eagle Point, which rallied with four runs in the fifth inning of the opener, loaded the bases in the seventh but managed just one run. Candace Rodgers turned in three RBIs and Chloe Hanson, who took the loss, struck out nine and allowed 11 hits in a complete-game effort.

Darian Grigsby finished 6-for-8 with a home run in the twin bill for Mazama.

Ashley Wilson went 2-for-3 for Eagle Point in the second game. The Eagles, who made three of their five errors in the seventh inning, were tied at 3 when Mazama rattled off six runs in the final frame.

FIRST GAME

Mazama 104 300 2 — 10 11 4

Eagle Point 030 040 1 — 8 8 6

Valenta and Hamilton; Hanson and Richardson, McCready (3). W — Valenta. L — Hanson. 2B — M: Pinner 2.

SECOND GAME

Mazama 101 010 6 — 9 11 2

Eagle Point 101 100 0 — 3 7 5

Grigby, Valenta (5) and Hamilton, Boullie (5); Stephens and McCready. W — Grigby. L — Stephens. 2B — M: Pinner. HR — M: Grigsby.

District 4

LAKEVIEW 7-8, ST. MARY'S 5-13 — Liz Pentland and Cassie Shammel each hit solo home runs in Game 2 of the doubleheader at St. Mary's High to salvage a split for the Crusaders.

Clara Viale went 3-for-4 with four RBIs, including a two-run double, in the nightcap for St. Mary's (4-5, 2-1 Dist. 4), while Allison Hass added two singles.

Viale and Pentland each had two hits and one RBI in the opener.

FIRST GAME

Lakeview 102 130 0 — 7 5 1

St. Mary's 121 001 0 — 5 8 8

Wilson, Boothe (4) and Bryant; Hass and Shammel. W — Wilson. L — Hass (2-4). 2B — L: Wilson, Warner; SM: Viale.

SECOND GAME

Lakeview 502 001 0 — 8 6 3

St. Mary's 311 332 x — 13 18 7

Boothe, Brooks (4), Boothe (4) and Grant; Hass, Viale (1), Hass (2) and Shammel. W — Hass (3-4). L — Boothe. 2B — L: Seaton, Warner; SM: Viale, Figueroa, Bigelow. HR — SM: Pentland (1), Shammel (1).

BUTTE FALLS 17-13, BONANZA 2-3 — At Butte Falls, hot hitting helped Butte Falls roll through Bonanza in a District 4 doubleheader.

Sierra Kirkpatrick led the Loggers (4-4, 2-1 Dist. 4) with three RBIs while going 2-for-4 at the plate in the first game.

In Game 2, Jessica Driskell and Beth Sutfin each had three hits for the Loggers.

FIRST GAME

Bonanza 100 10 — 2 3 6

Butte Falls 410 12x — 17 15 0

Pickett and Hopper; Driskell and Hobbs. W — Driskell (2-1). L — Pickett. 2B — BF: C. Kirkpatrick, Driskell, Moore 3, Stephens. 3B — BF: Sutfin.

SECOND GAME

Bonanza 000 21 — 3 3 5

Butte Falls 342 4x — 13 10 4

Pickett and Hopper; Moore and Hobbs, C. Kirkpatrick (3). W — Moore (2-2). L — Pickett. 2B — BF: Moore. 3B — BF: Driskell.

Nonconference

SOUTH MEDFORD 11-0, NORTH EUGENE 1-10 — At Eugene, Tasha Equitz and Jordan Jones each went 3-for-5 in the opener to ensure a doubleheader split for South Medford.

Ashleigh Hawkins was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Mallory Tacdol 2-for-5 with two RBIs for the Panthers (7-3), while Samantha Owirka was 2-for-5 and Equitz scored three runs.

Megan Hopson went 2-for-2 in Game 2 for South Medford.

FIRST GAME

South Medford 610 200 2 — 11 12 1

North Eugene 100 000 0 — 1 5 3

Nunez and Equitz; Larsen and Litalien. W — Nunez (7-2). L — Larsen. 2B — SM: Equitz, Jones, Hawkins 2.

SECOND GAME

South Medford 000 000 — 0 5 3

North Eugene 010 144 — 10 7 1

K. Jones and Equitz; Pruett and Litalien. W — Pruett. L — K. Jones (0-1).

PHOENIX 11-11, SOUTH UMPQUA 2-7 — At Myrtle Creek, Kirstin Stroud pitched Phoenix to two victories and went 7-for-8 overall as the Pirates picked up a pair of nonconference victories.

In the opener, Stroud allowed just two runs — none were earned — on two hits and struck out 13 in six innings. She also went 3-for-4 and scored twice.

Kourtney Scoggins hit a solo home run in the first inning and was 4-for-4 on the day. Danielle Smith added a pair of two-run doubles for the Pirates (8-3).

In the nightcap, Stroud pitched five innings in relief and allowed one earned run on three hits.

Stroud was 4-for-4 and scored twice for the Pirates, who received two hits apiece from Adrienne Engle, McKenzie Welburn and Jordan Peery. Peery also drove in three.

FIRST GAME

Phoenix 140 042 0 — 11 14 2

South Umpqua 000 200 0 — 2 2 2

Stroud, Smith (7) and Scoggins; Schofield and Bohankamp. W — Stroud (7-3). L — Schofield. 2B — P: Smith 2, Scoggins, Stroud, Peery. HR — P: Scoggins.

SECOND GAME

Phoenix 000 281 0 — 11 16 6

South Umpqua 210 003 1 — 7 5 2

Smith, Stroud (3) and Scoggins; Schofield, Abay (5) and Bohankamp. W — Stroud (8-3). L — Schofield. 2B — P: Welburn 2, C. Tally; SU: Lockwood, Ball.

DOUGLAS 7-13, NORTH VALLEY 5-3 — At Winston, Kenzie Schmoll finished 5-for-7 overall as North Valley was swept by nonconference opponent Douglas.

Sadie Birch homered, tripled and doubled against the Knights (1-9).

FIRST GAME

North Valley 000 140 0 — 5 6 3

Douglas 101 005 x — 7 13 2

Aaron and Peckham; Parr, Zanni (5) and Jacobs. W — Zanni. L — Aaron (1-4). 2B — D: Birch, Parr.

SECOND GAME

North Valley 000 30 — 3 6 1

Douglas 534 1x — 13 7 2

Zanni and Jacobs, Sturlin (3); Pavlich, Aaron (2) and Peckham. W — Zanni. L — Pavlich (0-5). 2B — D: Jacobs; 3B — D: Birch; HR — D: Birch.