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Eagles sweep series with Highlanders

EAGLE POINT — Jacoby Jackson didn’t allow more than one base runner in an inning during his four-hit shutout to help Eagle Point complete a sweep of North Eugene, 5-3 and 8-0, in Midwestern League baseball Saturday.

Jackson worked 6⅔ innings and walked just two with four hits allowed in Game 2. The Eagles (6-2, 3-0 MWL) broke the nightcap open with seven runs in the bottom of the third inning, highlighted by a two-run double from Charles Little and two-run single by Ryan Lorenz.

Coldin Shopp was 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI for Eagle Point in Game 2 and was the winning pitcher in the opener after the Eagles escaped a bases-loaded situation when their closer Lorenz fanned the final batter in the seventh.

Bennett Rodgers drew three walks and scored twice for the Eagles and Lydon Spradley added an RBI single in Game 1.


North Eugene;000;101;1;—;3;3;4

Eagle Point;110;030;x;—;5;2;2

Ahlstrom and Hertz; Shopp, Marsh (6), Lorenz (7) and Little. W — Shopp (2-0). L — Ahlstrom.


North Eugene;000;000;0;—;0;4;1

Eagle Point;107;000;x;—;8;9;0

Averill, Rubin (3) and Hertz; Jackson, Spradley (7) and Little. W — Jackson (3-0). L — Averill. 2B — EP: Rodgers, Wilson, Little.

ASHLAND 16-7, SPRINGFIELD 0-6: At Ashland, Ashland's Peyton Fuller pitched a five-inning no-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts and one walk in the opener and the Grizzlies rallied to win Game 2 during Midwestern League play.

In Game 1, Nick Sanderson was 3-for-4 with five RBIs and three runs scored, Matt Flynn 2-for-2, Caleb Bell 2-for-3 with three runs, Aaron Scott 2-for-4 with three RBIs and Tarquin Daley 2-for-4 with two runs for Ashland (8-0, 3-0 MWL).

In Game 2, Sanderson and Fuller were both 2-for-4 against Springfield (0-9, 0-3), which led 6-4 in the seventh before Ashland won on a walk-off two-run double by Kellar Edwards.




McKee, Kelso (3), Smith (4) and Durbin; Fuller and Carroll; W — Fuller. L — McKee. 2B — A: Fuller, Scott, Bell, Sanderson. 3B — A: Carroll, Daley.




Larson and King; Carroll, Scott (3), Bell (7) and McLennan. W — Bell. L — Larson. 2B — A: Carroll, Fuller, Edwards.

ROSEBURG 18-13, GRANTS PASS 8-12: At Grants Pass, Roseburg rallied in both games to earn the Southwest Conference sweep.

The Indians (4-3, 3-0 SWC) trailed 5-0 in the opener before scoring 10 straight runs. Grants Pass (4-3, 0-3) scored once in the seventh inning of Game 2 to send the game into extra innings, only to have Roseburg win with a run in the eighth.



Grants Pass;140;030;0;—;8;8;1

Reddekopp and Ronk; Lauffenburger, D’Amico (5), Crume (6), McGill (7) and Bjorn. W — Reddekopp. L — Lauffenburger. 2B — R: Grubbs, Stone; GP: Zavolta 2, Bents.



Grants Pass;302;321;10;—;12;17;0

Watkins, Mandera (5), Stone (8) and Ronk; D’Amico, Ekwall (5) and Bjorn. W — Mandera. L — Ekwall. HR — GP: Del Toro. 2B — R: Jacks, Grubbs; GP: Zavolta, Bents, Ekwall, Castle.

ST. MARY'S 13-5, SALEM ACADEMY 9-2: At Salem, Ben Robinson went 4-for-5 with four RBIs in the opener and Ty Mulholland was 3-for-3 in Game 2 for St. Mary's during nonconference play.

Jose Perez finished 3-for-4 and Mulholland 2-for-3 with two RBIs in Game 1 for the Crusaders (8-0). Joe Johnson and Robinson both went 2-for-4 in Game 2 against Salem Academy (0-3).


St. Mary's;311;205;1;—;13;13;6

Salem Academy;020;400;3;—;9;10;3

Perez, Johnson (4) and Mulholland; Smith, Aldrich (6), Davis-Court (7) and Palauck. W — Johnson (3-0). L — Smith. 3B — SA: Palauck.


St. Mary's;001;030;1;—;5;10;3

Salem Academy;000;200;0;—;2;6;2

Danielson, Johnson (7) and Mulholland; Baker, Cuanes (6) and Bedoya. W — Danielson (2-0). L — Baker. 2B — SM: Johnson. 3B — SM: Robison.

MOUNT SHASTA 12, ROGUE RIVER 1, 6 inn.: At Rogue River, Derek Pratt was 2-for-4 for Rogue River (1-5) during nonleague action.

Mount Shasta;003;108;—;12;9;0

Rogue River;000;100;—;1;3;3

Kineley, Brooks (3), Richomini (5) and K. Ferguson; Der. Nelson, Mahnke (5) and Tambellini. W — Kineley. L — Nelson. 3B — MS: Richomini.

PROSPECT 6-17, HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 5-12: At Klamath Falls, Wade May was a home run shy of the cycle in the opener as Prospect wrapped up its first two wins of the season in the District 4 sweep.

May was 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs for Prospect (2-1, 2-0 Dist. 4), while Devin Sheile and Collin Stephens had two hits apiece.

May was the winning pitcher in Game 2 and finished 2-for-3 with three runs and three RBIs. Sheile was 4-for-4 with five runs, Spencer Scofield 3-for-4 and the Cougars got two hits and two runs apiece from Luke McGonagle, Daniel Pinkerton and Tanner Bacon.