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Central Valley 15, University 2
Shayla Vegas went 3 for 3, belting two home runs …
University 13, Shadle Park 3
Lexi Ivankovich improved her record to 20-1 and went 4-4 …
Central Valley 15, North Central 5
Celynna Cobb went 3 for 4, hitting a grand slam, …
North Central 9, Mead 7
North Central scored four runs in the second and fourth …
Shadle Park 14, Lewis and Clark 12
Jaya Allen hit a 2-run home run and Shadle Park …
University 13, North Central 11
At University, Natasha Nelson hit three doubles, driving in two …
Central Valley 8, Mt. Spokane 2
Aubrey West hit the RBI double to start off scoring …
Lewis and Clark 11, Ferris 0
Naomi Harris went 3-for-3 with a double to lead Lewis …
Mead 13, East Valley 3
At east Valley, Erin Kautzman hit a grand slam and …
Rogers 12, Shadle Park 7
Kalina Quilt went 4 for 4, hitting a double and …
Mead 11, East Valley 1
Koreejo Kinder totaled four hits, scoring two runs as visiting …
University 11, North Central 1
Rachael Johnson went 4 for 4, scoring three runs to …
Lewis and Clark 8, Ferris 5
Lewis and Clark defeated Ferris 8-5 in the first of …
Shadle Park 10, Rogers 6
At Rogers, Bree Barnes and Harmony Bay each went 2 …
Central Valley 16, Mt. Spokane 3
Makenna Wasteney batted 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI …
Central Valley 17, University 16
Macie Reynolds hit a walk-off, bases loaded single for Central …
North Central 9, Gonzaga Prep 8
Paula Pintler drove in the game-winning run with a single …
Shadle Park 7, East Valley 3
Maggie Hawk capped Shadle Park’s five-run second inning with an …
Lewis and Clark 14, Mt. Spokane 4
Lewis and Clark overcame a 4-3 deficit with a five-run …
Rogers 22, Ferris 11
Kinsey Finch and Pearl Buchanan both homered as Rogers powered …

May 18

Shadle Park's Sam Skillingstad, in 2006 photo, is one of many top pitchers the GSL has produced over the years.  (File/The Spokesman-Review)

Bill Pierce’s almanac: GSL softball history

Sportslink Blog | When the Greater Spokane League started back in the 1970s, fastpitch softball was not offered fo girls. The league began competition with slowpitch and it remained that way until 1985, when the GSL decided to switch to modified fastpitch.