Prep roundup: Corvallis boys alone atop the MWC standings

2012-04-16T22:45:00Z 2012-04-16T22:47:02Z Prep roundup: Corvallis boys alone atop the MWC standingsCorvallis Gazette-Times Corvallis Gazette Times
April 16, 2012 10:45 pm  • 

DALLAS — The Corvallis High boys golf team shot 1-over par on the back nine to win the Mid-Willamette Conference meet at Cross Creek on Monday.

The Spartans finished with a 304. West Albany was second with 322 and Crescent Valley third with 346.

CHS now leads in the conference point standings with one match left.

Chase Lamothe shot a 74 and Hogan Arey and Sean Adams came in with 75s for CHS. CV’s Mark Geniza had a 76.

West Albany’s Conner Kumpula shot a 72 to take medalist honors.

Results

Team scores: CHS 304, West Albany 322, CV 346, Lebanon 368, Silverton 377, Dallas 410, Woodburn 460

Corvallis: Chase Lamothe 74, Hogan Arey 75, Sean Adams 75, Keith Johnson 80

Crescent Valley: Mark Geniza 76, Cameron Wilson 79, Jacob Siefarth 87, Evan Barns 104

Girls golf

WOODBURN — Brenna Murphy shot an 88 to lead the Crescent Valley girls golf team to first in a MWC meet at the OGA Golf Course at Tukwila.

Murphy was the medalist and the Raiders finished with a 397. Tiana Duncan was third with a 93.

Corvallis was second with a 424. Emily Edwards shot a 99 for the Spartans.

Results

Team scores: CV 397, CHS 424, West Albany 427, Lebanon 497, South Albany 500, Woodburn 544, Dallas inc. Silverton inc.

Crescent Valley: Brenna Murphy 88, Tiana Duncan 93, Adriene Johnson 97, Kylie Rennenkamp 119

Corvallis: Emily Edwards 99, Kami Corwin 106, Gioia Spatafora 107, Halle Creswick 112

Softball

DALLAS — Crescent Valley struggled at the plate in a 5-0 MWC softball road loss to Dallas.

The game was a makeup from last Wednesday when wet field conditions forced the postponement.

The Raiders (0-10, 0-9) had three hits.

“We’re struggling to find our offense right now,” CV coach Megan Johnson said. “Hopefully this week against Silverton will break that in for us because I think our defense is right there.”

The Raiders host Silverton Tuesday.

Dallas 5, Crescent Valley 0

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Engleson and Campbell. Postma and Ackerman. WP: Postma. LP: Engleson (0-8). 2B: Linn (D), Postma 2 (D)

Hits: CV 3 (Owen, Campbell, Galvin). Dallas 8 (Totten 2, Linn 2, McCarron 2, Postma 2)

RBIs: Dallas 5 (Linn, Postma 3, Yost)

Baseball

ADAIR VILLAGE — Grant Schroeder kept the Harrisburg batters at bay and Santiam Christian took a 6-0 PacWest Conference win.

Schroeder threw 73 pitches in seven innings for SC (14-0, 6-0).

“He was really efficient,” coach Matt Nosack said. “They got some hits but we had the opportunities to make plays behind him.”

Schroeder went 3 for 4 with two doubles and Jeff Hendrix had two triples, both of which hit the fence.

SC plays at Jefferson on Wednesday.

Santiam Christian 6, Harrisburg 0

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Bowers and Twambly. Schroeder and Hovelsrud. WP: Schroeder (4-0). LP: Bowers. 2B: Dame (H), SC: Schroeder 2 (SC). 3B: Hendrix 2 (SC)

Hits: H 7 (Dame 3, Novoem, Wilson, Twambly, Parks). SC 9 (Hendrix 2, Roberts 2, Schroeder 3, Hovelsrud, Otis)

RBIs: SC 4 (Roberts 2, Hovelsrud, M. Ropp)

Girls tennis

The Crescent Valley girls tennis team rolled to an 8-0 win over Woodburn in a MWC meet.

Crescent Valley 8, Woodburn 0

Singles: Kwon Jin, CV, def. Azalea Martinez, W, 6-0, 6-0; Jessica Chen, CV, def. Joanna Vasquez, W, 6-1, 6-0; Maddie Hamlin, CV, def. Fatima Chacon, W, 6-0, 6-1; Kristin Herlihy, CV, def. Eileen Morales, W, 6-1, 6-2

Doubles: Julie Meunier/Claire Meunier, CV, def. Charisma Sanchez/Magali Sanchez, W, 6-0, 6-1; Carrie Huang/Ann Santich, CV, def. Brenda Agustin/Sua Salmano, W, 6-1, 6-2; Shanna Killeen/Kaylene Faulkner, CV, def. Andrea Garcia/Sulema Garcia, W, 7-5, 6-3; Alison Zollinger/Kelsey Dody, CV, def. Nancy Leon/Daysi Bedolla, W, 6-1, 6-2

LaSalle 8, Philomath 0

PORTLAND — The Warriors were blanked in the Special District 2 meet.

LaSalle 8, Philomath 0

Singles: Michelle Kramer, L, def. Brooke Nieman, PHS, 6-0, 6-0; Tori Van, L, def. Laurel Luke, PHS, 6-2, 6-0; Ashley Bacon, L, def. Bethany Nielson, PHS, 6-0, 6-0; Eliza Mincolesen, L, won by forfeit

Doubles: Kenzie Harris/ Mallory Martz, L, def. Anna Rose Petersen/Anna Sackmann, PHS, 6-2, 6-1; Jenna Hadeed/Anna Bartholm, L, def. Brooke Hammond/Althea Hinds-Cook, PHS, 6-1, 6-3; Haley John/Erin Flagg, L, def. Mikayla Stark/Megan Kilgore, PHS, 6-2, 6-1; Noel Deleome/Gaby Timmen, L, def. Anna George/Zoey Snyder, PHS, 6-1, 6-1

Boys tennis

PHILOMATH — The Philomath High boys tennis team fell 6-2 to LaSalle in a Special District 2 dual meet.

The Warriors got wins from No. 4 singles player Jeremy Goodrich and No. 3 doubles team Cameron Howard and Matt St. Clair.

Philomath plays North Marion on Thursday.

LaSalle 6, Philomath 2

Singles: Stephen Malin, L, def. Chase Celorie, PHS, 6-3, 4-6, 6-0; Wyatt Cooper, L, def. Max Braly, PHS, 6-2, 6-1; Andrew Pixon, L, def. Alex Castle, PHS, 7-5, 6-1; Jeremy Goodrich, PHS, def. Nick Hannan, L, 6-3, 7-6

Doubles: Max Hey/Xander Hey, L, def, Austin Haslam/Nathan Stucki, PHS, 6-1, 6-1; Addison Fattor/Kirk Detmer, L, def. Truman Manning/Chandler Stucki, PHS, 6-3, 6-4; Matt St. Clair/Cameron Howard, PHS, def. Brian Cobb/Nick Lee, L, 1-6, 6-4, 6-4; Peter Nguyen/Greg Dettmer, L, def. Malte Doherr/Keaton Townley, PHS, 6-4, 7-6

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