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Roundup: Lakeland loses in Idaho 4A State baseball title game

Chandler Greenfield and Kaleb Jones combined for a two-hitter and Twin Falls topped Lakeland 4-1 in the Idaho 4A State baseball title game Saturday at Rodeo Park in Nampa.

Greenfield, Tyler Walters and Wyatt Doyle all drove in runs for Twin Falls.

Lakeland’s Blake Wrotenbery and Kris Jackson had the Hawks’ hits.

Greenfield pitched the first four innings before giving way to Jones in the fifth, who kept the Hawks scoreless over the final three innings.

• Highland scored eight runs in the final two innings and stunned Lewiston 9-3 in the Idaho 5A State consolation championship at Memorial Stadium in Boise.

Tyler Gay had two hits for Lewiston.

Washington baseball

J.T. Phelan struck out 13 and Gage Burland anchored East Valley’s late-game rally with a solo home run in the fifth as the Knights secured the top seed to the State 2A tournament with a 10-7 win over Cheney in the District 7 2A title game at East Valley.

East Valley scored nine of its runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Cheney got six runs in the final two innings.

Sawyer Simms hit a home run in the sixth for the Blackhawks, who claimed the second seed to state.

West Valley rode an impressive performance from starter Dylan Steen to claim the third and final seed to state. Steen pitched a five-hitter, leading the Eagles past Colville 3-0 at East Valley.

• Freeman fell to Brewster 7-3 and Cascade 9-3 at the 1A bi-district tournament at Wenatchee Valley Community College. Despite the losses, the Scotties will move on to the State 1A tournament as the No. 4 seed.

• Dalton Patchen struck out 10 in five innings and yielded only two singles and Colton walloped Republic 16-0 in the 1B subregional title game at University High School. Carter Dahmen and Levi Weber drove in four runs apiece for the Wildcats, who claimed the top seed to state. Republic is the second seed.

Washington softball

Kylie Sweeney pitched a no-hitter and struck out 12 as third-seeded Deer Park advanced to the District 7 2A title game with a 3-0 win at No. 2 East Valley. EV’s Ciera Lockwood struck out seven, but the Stags pushed across two unearned runs.

Deer Park will play at top-seeded Colville at noon Saturday for the No. 1 seed to state. EV will host Cheney at 4 p.m. Tuesday in a loser-out game.

McKenna Cabbage pitched a two-hitter, striking out 14, and drove in a run as Colville edged visiting Cheney 2-0 in the other District 7 2A game.

• Almira/Coulee-Hartline qualified for state by edging Curlew 10-9 in a District 7 1B tournament game at Kettle Falls.

ACH advanced to the winner-to-state game by defeating Selkirk.

Curlew will play Selkirk at noon Saturday at Hartline for a state berth. The winner will play ACH at 2 p.m. and would have to defeat the Warriors twice to earn the No. 1 seed.

Curlew began the day by beating Wilbur-Creston 13-3. The Cougars’ Kayleona Fanning went 3 for 4 with an RBI.

The Wildcats were eliminated later after a loss to Selkirk. W-C began its day by eliminating Cusick at the same time Selkirk knocked out Republic.

Washington track and field

The Lakeside boys and girls claimed team titles at the District 7 1A meet in Riverside.

Katie Collins won two individual events to pace the Eagles girls. Lakeside finished with 228 1/2 points and Riverside was second with 130.

Collins won the 200 meters in 26.98 seconds and took the 300 hurdles in 46.55 seconds.

Collins was also a part of Lakeside’s winning 800-meter relay team and took second in the 100 hurdles (15.99).

Chelsea Tremblay (400; 1:01.55), Samantha Blake (pole vault; 10 feet) and Jackie Mahowald (triple jump; 36 feet, 6 inches) also won events for the Eagles.

Riverside’s Rebecca Mildes and Chewelah’s Kaitlin Krouse won two events each. Mildes claimed the 1,600 (5:23.90) and 3,200 (11:35.30) and Krouse won the shot put (35-5 1/2) and discus (138-10).

The Lakeside boys had three athletes win. Micah Humann won the discus (156-4) and shot put (50-6 1/2), Ryan Coffman won the 3,200 (9:57.40) and Asher Clark won the pole vault (12-6).

Other double-event winners included Freeman’s Max Axtell (100, 400), Medical Lake’s Domenic Rehm (800, 1,600) and Riverside’s Tristan Downing (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles).

The Freeman boys were second, followed by Riverside and Medical Lake.

The top six placers in each individual event qualified for the bi-district/regional meet.

Idaho girls tennis

Sandpoint’s doubles duo of Kennedy and Laney Search fell to Century’s Alex Kempf and Sydney McRoberts 6-0, 6-2 in the doubles title match at the 4A State tournament at Timberline High School in Boise.