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2016


2016 EV Core Philosophy
and Parent/Player Contract

2016 BASEBALL SCHEDULE


2016 preseason news articles

2016 Prep Baseball Capsules

CWAC

FAVORITES

SELAH figures to be the team to beat although some coaches have assigned that label to EAST VALLEY, due to the Red Devils’ imposing list of returning all-league players. ELLENSBURG should also be in the mix and a team from among the EPHRATA, QUINCY, OTHELLO triumverate could also emerge as a threat.

AROUND THE LEAGUE

With six all-leaguers returning, EAST VALLEY figures to be one of the CWAC favorites, if not the CWAC favorite. Junior Ben Albrecht (2B) and sophomore Chase Oldham (OF) were first team selections, junior Lucas Juarez (P-2B) was a second-teamer and senior D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (OF) and juniors Nick Nagler (C) and Tyler Gutierrez (3B-P) received honorable mention. Seniors Evan Fischer (UTILITY) and Brock Ribail (P-OF) are also back. “It’s been slow going so far this year,” coach Jesse Benedetti said, “so once everyone gets healthy, keeping everyone healthy will be a key. Our league’s so tough with Selah, Ellensburg and Othello, you just can’t take a game off.” ... At ELLENSBURG, coach Todd Gibson has only three seniors. But the Bulldogs’ junior class is loaded, most specifically with returning standouts Xander Orejudos (P-SS) and Bryce Helgeson (P-CF). Orejudos, an all-league first-teamer last year, finished espcially strong on the mound and will move from second base to shortstop when he’s not pitching. Sophomore Gage Gibson (INF) was an all-league honorable mention pick and junior Nate Andaya (2B-P) also has varsity experience. Junior Blake Gibson (1B-3B-P) provides versatility and depth and junior Major Moffat (C-DH) and freshman Jadon Bugni (C) are the catching prospects. “Hopefully we can play defense behind Xander and give him some run support,” Gibson said. ... At GRANDVIEW, second-year coach Joe Mora hopes to move closer to a district tournament berth with five returning starters and several encouraging newcomers. Back are senior Anthony Mendoza (P-SS), juniors Francisco Gonzalez (1B-P), Dante Hernandez (P-INF), Maurice Prieto (LF) and Roger Renteria (C) along with sophomores Ruben Enriquez (2B) and Case Graf (CF-P-C). Said Mora, in his third year as the Greyhounds’ head coach, “We should compete, although the CWAC is a very tough league. We’re going to try to compete and capture one of those playoff spots.” ... Second-year coach Steve Schorzman and PROSSER barely missed out on a district berth last season, going 9-9 while Ephrata, Othello and Quincy tied for fourth place at 10-8. The Mustangs have senior Riley Lusk (1B), an all-league honorable mention selection from last year, back along with seniors Jake Hatch (SS-P) and Bailey Greene (3B-P). Sophomores J.R. Coleman (INF) and Christian Campos (C-INF) complete what Schorzman calls “our core group. We need them to have good years if not great years.” Campos, he said, has been slowed by an injury sustained during Prosser’s run to the Class 2A state football championship last fall. ... Nothing’s especially new at SELAH, except some new faces, as the Vikings figure to again be a CWAC power after reaching the Class 2A state title game last spring under veteran coach Mike Archer. Seniors Dustin Yates (CF-P) Wyatt Pettijohn (OF) were all-league first-and-second-team picks last year while junior Dac Archer (SS) was a first-teamer. Another returning starter is senior Dan Legg (3B). Juniors Mitchell Wold (2B), Mitchell Belton (LF), Waylon Pettijohn (LF), Cort Dietrich (P-1B) and Riley Quincy (1B-C-RF) are being counted on and freshman Carter Young (C-SS-3B) is promising. “We have good team speed and I think we can play defense,” Mike Archer said. “If we can pitch, I think we can be pretty darned good.” ... Nine seniors form the base of coach Casey Sorensen’s hopes at TOPPENISH, where the Wildcats hope added experience and depth will translate into victories. Top-Hi was 0-18 in the CWAC last year. Returning all-league honorable mention recipient Saul Godina (SS) joins veterans Nate Smiskin (C) and David Hernandez (CF) as keys to this year’s squad while another senior, Moises Guel, hopes to return from debilitating injuries. Transfers Austin Ide (OF) and Pedro Reynoso (3B-P) should also help. “Our record hasn’t shown it, but we’ve made improvement every year,” Sorensen said. “Last year we had a JV program that played 10 games and this year we hope to play close to a 20-game JV schedule. So we’re excited.” ... WAPATO features senior Stevie Rodriguez (OF), a four-year starter, among six key players around whom coach Skip Gurtler hopes to build. Senior Christian Chavez (P-LF) was an all-league second teamer last spring and junior Javier Vela (SS) received honorable mention. Sophomore Caleb Cordova (2B-SS) is a stellar athlete whose best sport is baseball, Gurtler said, and senior Art Diaz (P-RF) and sophomore Daylen Gasseling (1B) are also solid. “I think we’re getting there,” Gurtler said. “We hope to be better, but we do play in a very competitive league.”



VARSITY SEASON RESULTS


WHITERIVER @ EAST VALLEY

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EAST VALLEY 6, WHITE RIVER 0:  At East Valley, Brock Ribail and Tyler Gutierrez combined on a two-hitter against White River while D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs and Nathan Morrow had two hits apiece.

Against Sehome, the Red Devils managed only four hits against Mariners’ left-hander Dylan Harper, who struck out eight.

White River 000 000 0 — 0 2 1

East Valley 002 400 x — 6 6 1

Johnson, Fjeld (4), Bond (5) and not available; Ribail, Gutierrez (5) and Hagler.

Highlights: D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 2-4, 2b, RBI; Nathan Morrow (EV) 2-3, 2b, 3b.

SEHOME @ EAST VALLEY

SEHOME 2, EAST VALLEY 1:

White River 010 001 0 — 2 7 2

East Valley 000 000 1 — 1 4 2

Harper and DeLisle; Maybee, Alexander (5) and Hagler.

Highlights: Shane Jamison (WR) 2-3; Felix Zavisubin (WR) 2-4, 2b.


EAST VALLEY @ WAPATO

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EAST VALLEY 14-19, WAPATO 0-0: At Wapato, the Red Devils (2-0, 3-1) opened conference play with a sweep and will travel to Othello next Saturday.

Ben Albrecht was 4-for-4 with two doubles in the opener for EV.

Game 1

East Valley        522    5    —    14    11    1

Wapato        000    0    —    0    2    7

Maybee, Oldham (5) and N. Hagler, M. Hagler (5); Chavez, Diaz (1) and Rodriguez.

Highlights: Ben Albrecht (EV) 4-4, 2 2b.

Game 2

East Valley        843    4    —    19    12    0

Wapato        000    0    —    0    1    8

Fischer, Juarez (4), Alexander (5) and N. Hagler, M. Hagler (2); Acevedo, R. Rodriguez (1), S. Rodriguez (4) and Chavez.


EAST VALLEY @ OTHELLO

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OTHELLO 10-1, EAST VALLEY 8-3: At Othello, Wash., Evan Fischer scattered seven hits over seven innings while striking out seven and walking none to help the Red Devils salvage a split.

Ben Albrecht was 2 for 4 with a double and Lucas Juarez had two hits and an RBI for East Valley (3-1 CWAC, 4-2 overall) in the second game.

Othello’s Alix Garcia had a pair of three-run homers in the opener, while Juarez drove in four runs for the Red Devils.

Game 1

East Valley 000 062 0 — 8 6 2

Othello 100 603 x — 10 8 2

Maybee, Alexander (5) and Hagler; Gomez, Garza (5), Garcia (6) and Arreno.

Highlights: Lucas Juarez (EV) 2b, 4 RBI; Austin Fulks (EV) 2 RBI; Alix Garcia (O) 3-4, 2 3-run home runs.

Game 2

East Valley 001 002 0 — 3 8 0

Othello 000 001 0 — 1 7 1

Fischer and Hagler; Munoz and Arreno.

Highlights: Ben Albrecht (EV) 2-4, 2b; Juarez (EV) 2-4, RBI; Evan Fischer (EV) 7 Ks, 0 BB; Oscar Munoz (O) 2-4; J. Rodriguez (O) 2-3.


GRANDVIEW @ EAST VALLEY

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EAST VALLEY 11, GRANDVIEW 0: At East Valley, Lucas Juarez and Brock Ribail combined on a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts while Evan Fischer and Shane Maybee had three hits apiece.

The Red Devils (4-1 league, 5-2 overall) host Selah on Saturday.

Grandview 000 00 — 0 1 2

East Valley 202 7x — 11 16 1

Gonzalez, Enriquez (4) and Graf; Juarez, Ribail (4) and N. Hagler, M. Hagler (4).

Highlights: Lucas Juarez and Brock Ribail 10 Ks; Evan Fischer (EV) 3-3, 2b, 3b, 2 RBI; Tyler Gutierrez (EV) 2-3, RBI; Shane Maybee (EV) 3-3, RBI; Nathan Morrow (EV) 2-3.


SELAH @ EAST VALLEY

cwac standings

 1. ELLENSBURG 7-0
 2. SELAH6-1
 3. ePHRATA 5-2
 4. EAST VALLEY 4-3
 5. quincy 4-3
 6. othello 4-3
 7. prosser 2-4
 8. TOPPENISH 2-4
 9. grandview 0-7
10. wapato 0-7

Selah baseball gets back on track

Vikings bounce back from loss last week to sweep EV

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Going into Saturday’s key CWAC baseball doubleheader at East Valley, the Selah Vikings were dealing with an unfamiliar feeling.

“It was a weird game,” coach Mike Archer said of the previous weekend’s loss to Prosser in the second game of a twin bill on the Mustangs’ field. “And we didn’t play bad. We just had to get together, as coaches, and we said, ‘We’ve got to get on the same page here.’”

So after an adjustment regarding practice priorities, Selah played crisply in a 7-0, 7-2 sweep of the Red Devils.

Cort Dietrich pitched a three-hitter in the opener and Waylon Pettijohn homered.

In the second game, Dustin Yates and Dan Legg combined to limit EV to five hits while Pettijohn doubled twice and drove in two runs.

Pettijohn, a junior left-fielder, was a combined 5 for 7 with two doubles, a homer and six RBI.

Yates, Legg and Riley Quincy had two hits apiece in the opener for the Viks (6-1 league, 7-1 overall). Carter Chapman and Dac Archer had two hits each in the second game with Chapman driving in two runs.

Chase Oldham was 2 for 4 with a pair of RBI in the second game for East Valley (4-3, 5-4).

“Cort threw 65 pitches Tuesday (in an 11-0 win over Quincy), then he comes out today and throws 70-some,” Archer said. “He had a great week. Dustin had a few walks in the second game, then Dan Legg comes in and throws strikes right behind him.”

Selah hosts Stadium for a nonleaguer Thursday night while East Valley continues CWAC play next Saturday at Ephrata.

Game 1

Selah 100 211 2 — 7 11 1

East Valley 000 000 0 — 0 3 2

Dietrich and Young; Juarez, Alexander (6) and N. Hagler.

Highlights: Dustin Yates (S) 2-4, 2b, RBI; Dan Legg (S) 2-3, 2b; Riley Quincy (S) 2-4; Waylon Pettijohn (S) 3-4, 4 RBI.

Game 2

Selah 000 123 1 — 7 9 0

East Valley 002 000 0 — 2 5 3

Yates, Legg (7) and Young, Quincy (7); Fisher, Ribail (5), Maybee (6), Gutierrez (7) and M. Hagler.

Highlights: Chase Oldham (EV) 2-4, 2 RBI; Pettijohn (S) 2-3, 2 2b, 2 RBI; Carter Chapman (S) 2-3, 2 RBI; Dac Archer (S) 2-5.


east valley @ ephrata

EAST VALLEY 6-5, EPHRATA 4-6: At Ephrata, Derek Roybal was 3 for 4 with a double, triple and two RBI to help the Red Devils win the opener.

Ben Albrecht had four hits, including a home run, and three RBI in the second game for East Valley (5-4, 6-5), which plays at Grandview on Tuesday.

Game 1

East Valley    121    011    0    —    6    14    0

Ephrata    002    011    0    —    4    10    3

Juarez and Hagler; Moss, Gray (7) and Etter.

EV highlights: Tyler Gutierrez 2-4, 2b, RBI; Evan Fischer 2-4, 2b; Austin Fulks 2-4, RBI; Derek Roybal 3-4, 2b, 3b, 2 RBI; Nate Morrow 2-4, RBI; Lucas Juarez CG, 4 K.

Game 2

East Valley    101    021    000    —    5    11    2

Ephrata    202    010    001    —    6    9    2

Fischer, Roybal (6) and Hagler; Falstad, Ball (7) and Etter.

EV highlights: Ben Albrecht 4-5, 2b, HR, 3 RBI; Tyler Gutierrez 2-5, RBI.


east valley @ grandview

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EAST VALLEY 19, GRANDVIEW 2: At Grandview, Wash., D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs scored three runs for the Red Devils, who host Toppenish on Saturday for a league doubleheader.

East Valley 460 36 — 19 10 1

Grandview 200 00 — 2 3 3

Fischer and Hagler; Graf, Gonzales (3), Enriquez (4), Marquez (4), Hernandez (5) and Fleming.

Highlights: D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 2-3, 3 runs; Maurice Prieto (G) 2-3, run, sb.


toppenish @ east valley

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CWAC STANDINGS

 1. ELLENSBURG 12-0
 2. SELAH 11-1
 3. EAST VALLEY 8-4
 4. QUINCY 8-4
 5. EPHRATA 7-5
 6. OTHELLO 7-5
 7. PROSSER 4-7
 8. TOPPENISH 2-9
 9. GRANDVIEW 0-12
10. wapato 0-12

EAST VALLEY 15-11, TOPPENISH 2-3: At East Valley, Shane Maybee went 2 for 3 with a double and four RBI in the first game while Chase Oldham went 2 for 3 with two RBI in the second game to lead the Red Devils to a sweep of the Wildcats.

Brock Ribail pitched five innings, striking out nine in the second game while D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs and Ben Albrecht both drove in three runs in the first game for East Valley.

Game 1

Toppenish        000    02    —    2    0    1

East Valley        840    3x    —    15    13    2

Ide, Aguilera (2) and Smiskin; Juarez, Gutierrez (5) and N. Hagler.

Highlights: D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs 2b, 3 RBI; Ben Albrecht 2-2, 2b, 3 RBI; Shane Maybee 2-3, 2b, 4 RBI; Nektarios Hagler 2-4, 2 RBI; Derek Roybal 2-4, RBI.

Game 2

Toppenish    000    300    0    —    3    4    2

East Valley    100    325    x    —    11    8    0

Aguilera, Reynoso (5) and Smiskin; Ribail, Maybee (5), Oldham (5) and M. Hagler, N. Hagler (5).

Highlights: Pedro Reynoso (T) 2-3, RBI; Chase Oldham (EV) 2-3, 2 RBI; Brock Ribail (EV) 9K, 1-2, 2b, RBI.


2A STATE COACHES POLL
APRIL 17, 2016

  1. ELLENSBURG

  2. ARCHBISHOP MURPHY

  3. SELAH

  4. BURLINGTON-EDISON

  5. NORTH KITSAP

  6. FIFE

  7. W.F. WEST

  8. LYNDEN

  9. PORT ANGELES

  10. CLARKSTON


EAST VALLEY @ ELLENSBURG

Orejudos pitches Ellensburg past East Valley

ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Xander Orejudos pitched a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead unbeaten Ellensburg to a 5-0 victory over East Valley in CWAC baseball on Tuesday at Rotary Park.

Bryce Helgeson got the scoring started with a two-run single in the third inning and finished 3 for 4 with three RBI for the Bulldogs, who improved to 13-0 in league and 15-0 overall heading into Saturday’s doubleheader at second-place Selah.

East Valley (8-5, 9-6) hosts Quincy on Saturday.

East Valley 000 000 0 — 0 1 2

Ellensburg 003 101 x — 5 9 2

Fischer, Ribail (4) and Hagler; Orejudos and Moffat.

Highlights: Xander Orejudos (Ell) 1-hitter, 11 K, 1 BB, 1-3, run, 3 sb; Bryce Helgeson (Ell) 3-4, run, sb, 3 RBI; Major Moffat (Ell) 2-4, 2b, 2 RBI; Nate Andaya (Ell) 1-3, 2 runs.


QUINCY @ EAST VALLEY

senior day

CWAC STANDINGS

 1. SELAH 14-1
 2. ELLENSBURG 13-2
 3. EAST VALLEY 10-5
 4. EPHRATA 9-6
 5. QUINCY 9-6
 6. OTHELLO 9-6
 7. PROSSER 6-8
 8. TOPPENISH 2-12
 9. WAPATO 1-13
10. GRANDVIEW 0-14

EAST VALLEY 3-9, QUINCY 0-0: At East Valley, Lucas Juarez threw a three-hitter with five strikeouts in the opener, and Brock Ribail tossed a four-hitter in the second game and neither pitcher walked a batter to help East Valley sweep.

Juarez also scored twice and drove in a run in the second game, with D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs adding a double and two RBI in that game for the Red Devils, who host Ellensburg on Tuesday.

Game 1

Quincy 000 000 0 — 0 3 4

East Valley 000 021 x — 3 4 2

Tobin, Murphy (5) and Kehl; Juarez and Hagler.

Highlights: Lucas Juarez (EV) 5 Ks; Dan Albrecht (EV) 1-4, RBI.

Game 2

Quincy 000 000 0 — 0 4 1

East Valley 503 100 x — 9 7 0

Lopez, Murphy (3), Garrison (5) and Kehl; Ribail and Hagler.

Highlights: D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 2b, 2 RBI; Juarez (EV) 1-3, 2 runs, RBI; Evan Fischer (EV) 1-3, 2 runs, RBI.


2A STATE COACHES POLL
APRIL 24, 2016

  1. selah

  2. ARCHBISHOP MURPHY

  3. ellensburg

  4. lynden

  5. NORTH KITSAP

  6. FIFE

  7. burlington edison

  8. clarkston

  9. anacortes

  10. port angeles


EAST VALLEY @ ELLENSBURG

Juarez pitches EV past Ellensburg

YAKIMA, Wash., — Lucas Juarez pitched a two-hitter, striking out eight, as East Valley downed Ellensburg 2-0 in CWAC baseball action Tuesday on the Red Devils’ field.

The Red Devils improved to 11-5 in league play while E-Burg, which dropped its third straight game, fell to 13-3.

D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs and Derek Roybal both drove in runs for East Valley (12-6 overall), which will travel to Prosser for a doubleheader on Saturday.

Ellensburg 000 000 0 — 0 2 3

East Valley 020 000 0 — 2 4 1

Larson, Wing (5) and Bugni; Juarez and Hagler.

Highlights: Lucas Juarez (EV) 8K; D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 1-3, RBI; Derek Roybal (EV) 1-4, RBI; Nate Morrow (EV) 1-1, run.


EAST VALLEY @ PROSSER

final CWAC STANDINGS

 1. SELAH 17-1
 2. ELLENSBURG 14-4
 3. EAST VALLEY 13-5
 4. EPHRATA 12-6
 5. QUINCY 10-8
 6. OTHELLO 10-8
 7. PROSSER 7-11
 8. TOPPENISH 4-14
 9. WAPATO 2-16
10. GRANDVIEW 1-17

EAST VALLEY 10-11, PROSSER 2-0: At Prosser, Evan Fischer pitched a four-hit shutout and had a two-run double in the second game to help close out the sweep for the Red Devils.

Shane Maybee knocked in three runs in the opener for East Valley, which finishes third and will host a first-round district game on Wednesday.

Game 1

East Valley    012    304    0    —    10    11    2

Prosser    010    001    0    —    2    3    4

Ribail, Alexander (7) and Hagler; Vanguardia, Moritzsky (6) and Campos.

Highlights: Shane Maybee (EV) 2-4, 2b, 3 RBI; Ben Albrecht (EV) 1-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI; Nick Hagler (EV) 2-4, run; D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 2-4, 2b, 2 runs, RBI; Luke Moritsky (P) 1-1, 2 RBI

Game 2

East Valley        141    23    —    11    10    0

Prosser        000    00    —    0    4    1

Fischer and Hagler; Viega, Bravo (2), Greene (5) and Campos.

Highlights: Evan Fischer (EV) CG, 1-1, run, 2b, 2 RBI; Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 3-3, 3 runs, RBI; Derek Roybal (EV) 2 RBI; Maybee (EV) 2-4, RBI; Albrecht (EV) 1-2, 2b, RBI; Jake Hatch (P) 2-3, 2 2b.


2A STATE COACHES POLL
MAY 1, 2016

  1. selah

  2. ARCHBISHOP MURPHY

  3. fIFE

  4. LYNDEN

  5. burlington edison

  6. CLARKSTON

  7. PORT ANGELES

  8. ELLENSBURG

  9. NORTH KITSAP

  10. anacortes


post-SEASON RESULTS


othello @ east valley

DISTRICT LOSER OUT

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Ev baseball edges Othello in CWAC district

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Junior Lucas Juarez pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts to help East Valley scratch out a 2-1 victory over Othello in the first round of the CWAC district baseball tournament on Wednesday.

Catcher Nick Hagler had two of EV’s five hits against the sixth-seeded Huskies. The Red Devils stranded eight in the first four innings of the loser-out contest.

Third-seeded East Valley (15-6) advances to Saturday’s semifinals and plays at league runner-up Ellensburg (16-4) at 1 p.m.

In Wednesday’s other district opener, Ephrata eliminated Quincy 4-2. The Tigers (14-7) play at top-ranked Selah (19-1) on Saturday at noon.

Othello 000 010 0 — 1 4 0

East Valley 101 000 x — 2 5 3

Munoz and Gomez; Juarez and Hagler.

EV highlights: Lucas Juarez CG, 7 K, 1 BB; Nathan Morrow RBI; Nick Hagler 2-2; D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs 1-3, run.


EAST VALLEY @ ELLENSBURG

DISTRICT SEMI-FINAL

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Orejudos powers Ellensburg baseball to
district title game

ELLENSBURG — Xander Orejudos pitched six shutout innings along with going 3 for 4 from the plate with three RBI to lead Ellensburg past East Valley 8-5 in their CWAC district semifinal game at Rotary Park.

East Valley scored five runs in the top of the fifth, keyed by D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs’ three-run triple, but the Red Devils were never able to get the tying run to the plate.

TJ Schneider went 2 for 3 with a run and two RBI for the Bulldogs (17-4) who will travel to Selah on Saturday for the district championship game. East Valley (15-7) will host Ephrata on Tuesday to determine seeding for Saturday’s crossover games with the Great Northern League.

East Valley    000    000    5    —    5    6    2

Ellensburg    140    300    x    —    8    12    1

Ribial, Fischer (2), Alexander (4) and Hagler; Orejudos, Larsen (7), Smith (7) and Moffat

Highlights: Xander Orejudos (E) 6 K, 3 bb, 3-4, 2b, 3b, 3 runs, 2 RBI; TJ Schneider (E) 2-3, run, 2 RBI; Gage Gibson (E) 2-4, run, 2b, sb; Bryce Helgeson (E) 2-4, run, 2 sb, RBI; D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EV) 2-3, 3 RBI, 3b; Tyler Guttierez (EV) 1-3.


2A STATE COACHES POLL
MAY 8, 2016

  1. selah

  2. ARCHBISHOP MURPHY

  3. fIFE

  4. LYNDEN

  5. CLARKSTON

  6. ELLENSBURG

  7. BURLINGTON EDISON

  8. NORTH KITSAP

  9. WF WEST

  10. aBERDEEN


ephrata @ east valley

crossover seeding

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EAST VALLEY 8, EPHRATA 0: At Yakima, Wash., Lucas Juarez pitched six shutout innings while striking out six to lead the Red Devils in crossover seeding game.

Juarez went 2 for 3 with three RBI and Ben Albrecht went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI for East Valley.

With the win, East Valley will host East Valley of Spokane on Saturday in a GNL crossover.

Ephrata 000 000 0 — 0 2 1

East Valley 050 102 x — 8 10 1

Falstad, Gray (2) and Etter; Juarez, Fischer (7) and Hagler.

East Valley highlights: Lucas Juarez 6K, 2-3, 3 RBI; Ben Albrecht 2-3, 2b, 2 RBI; Nathan Morrow 2-3, RBI; Noah Alexander 2-3.


EAST VALLEY @ east valley

REGIONAL crossover

EAST VALLEY-SPOKANE 5, EAST VALLEY-YAKIMA 4: At East Valley-Yakima, the Knights scored three runs with two outs in the top of the seventh inning in the winner-to-state, loser-out CWAC-GNL crossover.

The Red Devils rallied with a run and had the bases loaded in the bottom of the inning, but couldn’t score the tying run. East Valley stranded 11 baserunners in scoring position.

D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs drove in two runs for EV, which finished its season 16-8.

EV-Spo.    200    000    3    —    5    7    3

EV-Yak.    020    001    1    —    4    6    2

Spendlove, Townley (7) and Witt; Juarez and Hagler.

Highlights: Sager (EVS) 2-4, 2 RBI; Moore (EVS) 2-2; D’Andre Garcia-Stubbs (EVY) 1-3, 2 RBI.


final 2A state rankings