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PREP ROUNDUP: Pendleton lane travels to Tri Cities, places eighth

Jaiden Lemberger, of Pendleton, competes io a 100-meter hurdles Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invite. Lemberger’s time of 16.68 warranted her fourth place.

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Jaiden Lemberger, of Pendleton, competes io a 100-meter hurdles Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invite. Lemberger’s time of 16.68 warranted her fourth place.


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Everett Willard, of Pendleton, gets prepared to chuck a shot put Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invite. Willard’s toss of 41-00.00 warranted him seventh place.

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Everett Willard, of Pendleton, gets prepared to chuck a shot put Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invite. Willard’s toss of 41-00.00 warranted him seventh place.


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Ian Bannister, of Pendleton, leads his feverishness of a 400-meter lurch Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invitational in Richland.

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Ian Bannister, of Pendleton, leads his feverishness of a 400-meter lurch Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invitational in Richland.


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Edwin Linares, of Pendleton, prolonged jumps Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invitational in Richland. Linares placed fifth with a burst of 18-11.25.

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Edwin Linares, of Pendleton, prolonged jumps Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invitational in Richland. Linares placed fifth with a burst of 18-11.25.


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Aaron Luke, of Pendleton, leads his feverishness of a 400-meter lurch Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invitational in Richland.

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Aaron Luke, of Pendleton, leads his feverishness of a 400-meter lurch Saturday during a Clay Lewis Invitational in Richland.


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RICHLAND — On Saturday, a Pendleton lane and margin group started a day early, withdrawal a high propagandize during 7:30 a.m. pointy to make a tour adult to Hanford High, where a Buckaroos competed in a second annual Clay Lewis Invite.

Joining Pendleton in Washington were a likes of Chiawana, Kamiakin, Kennewick, Pasco, horde propagandize Hanford and others.

Both a boys (36.5 points) and girls (28) teams finished in eighth place.

On a lane for a boys, a Buckaroos were adult opposite some tough foe from a Tri Cities schools though 6 Pendleton runners were means to mangle into a tip 15.

In a 400-meter dash, Aaron Luke and Richard Scott clocked new personal bests. Luke finished in 55.06 to explain seventh place and Scott finished in 55.85 for 13th place.

The remaining tip placers were in a hurdling events.

First in a 100-meter hurdles, Lane Maher was usually 0.04 seconds bashful of third place when he finished in 16.09. Mathias Patrick placed sixth (16.45) in a same event. Both times were new personal annals for a hurdlers.

In a 300-meter hurdles, Richard Scott dull out a tip 5 in 44.21 and Patrick finished 15th (46.62) after circumference out a Pasco Bulldog by usually 0.07 seconds.

In a margin events, Pendleton’s Edwin Linares finished fifth (18-11.25) in a prolonged jump, trailing 3 jumpers that all available 19-plus feet. Linares also competed in a high jump, where he finished in a two-way tie for seventh place after mountainous 5-06.00.

Linares competed a contingent of jumping events by fixation fifth in a triple jump. He available 39-03.50, usually inching past a jumper from Southridge to finish in a tip five.

Everett Willard was Pendleton’s sole tip placer in shot put. He threw 41-00.00 feet for seventh place and a new personal best.

In a pike throw, Redmond O’Hanlon finished inside a tip 15 by fixation 14th after recording 129-09.

Syler Rimbach, a usually Buckaroo stick vaulter, placed eighth with a new personal record of 11-00.00.

For a girls, Elisabeth House and Taylor Baum were some of a tip finishers in a 400-meter dash. House clocked 1:05.43 to explain 10th place and Baum finished in 1:08.47 for 15th place.

House also competed in a 200-meter dash, where she finished 12th (28.29).

Jaiden Lemberger was a usually other Buck to get a tip finish on a track. She finished fourth in a 100-meter hurdles with a new personal record of 16.68.

Lemberger fared even improved in a margin events, competing in both a high jump, prolonged burst and pike throw.

In a high jump, Lemberger was in a three-way tie for fourth place after clearing 4-08.00 and in a prolonged jump, she finished second with a new best of 15-03.75. Emanuela Casadei assimilated Lemberger in a top-15 and finished 15th after jumping 13-05.00.

Casadei dominated her foe in a pike throw, winning initial place with a new personal record of 141-04 — a good 30 feet forward of second place. Lemberger assimilated Casadei in a eventuality and finished 13th (89-09).

In a stick vault, dual Bucks done adult half of a four-way tie for 10th place.

Doria Summerfield and Natalie White both privileged 7-00.00.

Gabby Glover finished in 20th place in a discus chuck after recording 76-03.

In a triple jump, Huntyr Hamilton claimed 18th place after jumping 25-03.00.

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Boys Team Scores

1. Kamiakin 121.5

2. Hanford 118.5

3. Chiawana 107

4. Kennewick 88.5

5. Southridge 76

6. Pasco 59

7. Sunnyside 39

8. Pendleton 36.5

9. A.C. Davis 30

10. Moses Lake 27

11. Highland 20

12. Columbia (Burbank) 5

Girls Team Scores

1. Hanford 196

2. Kamiakin 117

3. Southridge 106

4. Kennewick 83.33

5. Chiawana 78.5

6. Moses Lake 49.33

7. A.C. Davis 31

8. Pendleton 28

9. Pasco 26.33

10. Sunnyside 17.5

11. Highland 13

12. Columbia (Burbank) 3

13. Dayton 1

Baseball

KEIZER — Things were looking earnest for a Hermiston Bulldogs in a final day of play during a Volcano Stadium Tourney during Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday.

After going 0-2 a initial dual days of play, Hermiston was adult early opposite Aloha — a 6A group out of a Metro League that had kick a Bulldogs 1-0 on Friday.

The early 3-0 lead was capped off with a two-RBI singular off a bat of Lukas Tolan that scored Brylee Dufloth and Landon Jones.

But a Warriors began to chip divided during their necessity and finished adult holding a game, 12-6 after an eight-run sixth inning.

Aloha scored one run in a third and another in a fifth to stay tighten to Hermiston. The Bulldogs brought in one run in a bottom of a third off a Joey Gutierrez double to right field.

The Warriors (4-4) took a lead for good in a sixth, that until that indicate had usually 4 hits to their name. Their scoring was highlighted with a three-RBI double.

Caden Schwirse was given a detriment after toeing a rubber for 4 1/3 innings permitting 6 hits off 6 runs and distinguished out two.

In Game 2 contra McNary, Hermiston got a scoring out of a approach early removing one run in a initial and third inning though it wasn’t adequate to keep adult with a Celtics, who took a diversion 12-2.

For a Bulldogs, Daniel Gossler strike a RBI singular and Joel Mendez scored on an blunder to finish off Hermiston’s scoring for a day. But McNary was usually removing started.

After a four-run initial inning highlighted by a RBI double, a Celtics scored 5 some-more runs in a subsequent dual innings to concrete their lead.

The diversion was cut brief after a run in a fourth and dual some-more in a fifth evoked a 10-run rule.

Wyatt Noland took a detriment after pitching one inning and permitting 3 hits and 4 runs while distinguished out one and walking zero.

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Game 1

R H E

ALOHA 001 018 2 12 10 5

HERMISTON 301 000 2 6 7 2

(H) L. Tolan, C. Schwires (2), S. Prewitt (6), R. Edmiston (6), A. James (6).

2B: D. Gossler, J. Gutierrez (H).

Game 2

R H E

HERMISTON 101 00X X 2 2 3

MCNARY 432 12X X 12 14 5

(H) W. Noland, R Edmiston (2), G. Anderson (4).

2B: W. Noland (H).

JOSEPH 15-9, MAC-HI 1-6 — In Saturday’s doubleheader opposite Joseph/Enterprise, Mac-Hi rebounded from a tough 15-1 detriment to reason a possess opposite a tough Eagles team, though was eventually swept after dropping a second diversion 9-6.

In Game 1, a Pioneers were usually means to get one run on a house while a Eagles ran divided with a 15-1 victory.

The sole measure came in a second inning when Eric Rencken strike a RBI double to right margin that brought home Rudy Esparza, who reached bottom on a double of his possess to a same spot.

Joseph scored a bulk of a runs in a fourth and fifth innings and afterwards exploded in a seventh with 7 runs to strech 15 on a day.

Jesse Berry was handed a detriment after permitting one strike and one run 2/3 of an inning. Berry struck out one and walked one.

In a second game, a Pioneers struck initial again, though also managed to keep their attack adult via a game.

After Esparza scored on a furious representation in a second, Mac-Hi brought in 5 some-more runs in a fourth and fifth innings. But Joseph responded and a Eagles finished a brush behind their late efforts.

For a Pioneers (3-2), Esparza started things off again scoring on furious representation in a fourth. With a bases still loaded, Anthony Hardesty strike a two-RBI singular that scored Rencken and Taylor Turner.

Devin Humbert strike a RBI singular and after scored on an blunder to top off Mac-Hi’s scoring for a day.

After surrendered one run on dual hits over one inning, David Zitterkopf was given a loss.

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Game 1

R H E

JOSEPH 002 420 7 15 9 0

MAC-HI 010 000 0 1 9 11

(J) J. Vela, M. Cunningham (4), J. Berry (7).

2B: R. Esparza 2, E. Rencken, D. Zitterkopf (M).

Game 2

R H E

JOSEPH 002 221 2 9 8 1

MAC-HI 010 320 0 6 6 5

(J) E. Rencken, D. Zitterkopf (7).

2B: J. Berry, R. Esparza (M).

Softball

UNION — The Pilot Rock/Nixyaawii softball group had an early start during a Union Spring Bash on Saturday, and were assimilated by Bonanza, Union and Weston-McEwen.

The Rockets played their initial of dual games during 9 a.m., and came divided with a 12-1 feat in 6 innings opposite Bonanza.

Pilot Rock followed that adult with a relating opposite Colton, who progressing in a day degraded Weston-McEwen 8-7.

The Rockets matched their initial opening with an even bigger win, a 19-2 feat over Colton. The victories put Pilot Rock during 7-1 on a deteriorate usually one diversion private from joining play.

After a TigerScots opening loss, they faced Union. The Bobcats took a diversion 14-4 in 6 innings.

In Weston-McEwen’s initial game, Amie Coffman, Jordyn Lambert, Skyler Walter and Lilyan Duckett all pitched in for additional bottom hits recording doubles. Lambert was obliged for dual of a 7 runs that kept a TigerScots in a game.

However in their subsequent outing, Weston-McEwen didn’t transport as well. Lambert and Duckett highlighted a TigerScots’ efforts, both going 1-for-3 and any recording a run though when their scoring stopped, a Bobcats’ started. Nine of Union’s 14 runs were scored in a final 3 innings of play and after going adult 10, a diversion was cut brief after 6 innings.

MILTON-FREEWATER — After going 1-1 on Day 1 of their possess tournament, a Mac-Hi Pioneers swept their foe on Saturday during a McLouglin Tournament.

In a initial diversion contra Junction City, Mac-Hi used late attack to mangle a tie and acquire a 9-6. In Game 2, dual pitchers total for a no hitter to sign a 6-0 feat over Yamhill-Carlton.

Against Junction City, a Pioneers trailed a Tigers 3-0 after M Ohman got a scoring started with home run over core field.

But Mac-Hi answered with 4 runs of a own.

Faith Kelly strike a three-RBI triple to right margin to get a Pioneers on a house and after scored to put Mac-Hi forward 4-3.

From there, a Pioneers never let adult scoring again in a fourth, fifth and seventh inning.

Junction City hung in there by slicing a necessity with 3 some-more runs though it wasn’t adequate to locate adult to Mac-Hi.

Sydney Earls warranted a win after pitching 7 innings, distinguished out dual and walking zero.

Earls kept things going in Game 2, where her and McKenna Stallings efforts led to not usually a shutout though a no hitter opposite Yamhill-Carlton.

Mac-Hi didn’t need most to take a second feat of a day, though interjection to timely attack from Ashlyn Marly — who went 3-for-4 with one run — and 5 other Pioneers, they degraded a Tigers 6-0.

The dual pitchers total for 6 strikeouts and usually walked dual batters.

On a descent end, a scoring started early with a homer in a initial inning off a bat of Ashlyn Marly.

In a fifth, a Pioneers combined 5 some-more runs highlighted by a RBI double from Anney Banek and a two-RBI double from Rachael Lyon.

With a win Mac-Hi moves to 7-2 on a season.

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Game 1

R H E

MAC-HI 004 120 2 9 13 3

JUNCTION CITY 030 200 1 6 8 1

(M) S. Earls. (J) J. Kister.

HR: M. Ohman 2 (J). 3B: F. Kelly (M). 2B: K. Reichert (M).

Game 2

R H E

YAMHILL-CARLTON 000 000 0 0 0 3

MAC-HI 100 005 X 6 9 0

(Y) K. Nagode. (M) S. Earls, M. Stallings (4).

HR: A. Marly (M). 2B: A. Banek, R. Lyon (M).



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