Roundup: April 17, 2014

By From page A12 | April 18, 2014


COUGAR Zach Terry pitched two innings Wednesday and was available yesterday as El Dorado went after the tournament title. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


El Dorado 2, Orange Glen 1 — Owen MacKendrick pitched a complete game two hitter and struck out nine batters Tuesday at the San Diego Lions Tournament. Matt Smith doubled twice — his second one-hopped the center field fence to drive in Zach Culp with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Adam Washabaugh added two hits.
El Dorado 14, Kearny 1 — The Cougars (14-5) won their third consecutive tournament game Wednesday, scoring 10 runs in the first inning of a game that went five due to the mercy rule. Smith tripled twice in El Dorado’s first at bat and overall had three hits. Michael Weston and Aaron Farney each added two hits while Zach Terry, Louis Merlo and Ryan Rodriguez split time on the mound. The Cougars played yesterday against Malibu for a shot to reach the late afternoon championship game.
Oak Ridge 2, Archbishop Mitty 1 — The Trojans banged out six hits in Tuesday’s pool play game of the second annual Boras Baseball Classic Tournament at Don McAuliffe Field on the Sacramento State campus. Erik McNeill went 2-for-3, and Tanner Ales hit a double. Jon Seim (RBI), Kyle Barisone and Mickey Meinhofer had a hit each. Chris Roppolo also had an RBI.
Oak Ridge 1, Buchanan 4 — In Tuesday’s nightcap, Oak Ridge had six hits, but scored its only run in the bottom of the seventh inning. Tyson Solis (2-for-3, RBI) and Barisone (2-for-3) led the Trojans’ hitting attack. Jake Hathaway and Andrew Lackowski had a hit each.
Ponderosa 2, Whitney 4 — The Bruins (5-13) had six hits in Tuesday’s game of the Woodland Spring Break Easter Tournament. Emory Thompson was 2-for-2, while Parker Wright, Shea McLinden, Brett Pankow and Ryan Carey (2B) had a hit each.
 Golden Sierra 1, Placer 15  The Grizzlies were held to two hits in Wednesday’s game of the 44th annual Cordova Easter Baseball Tournament. Jeffrey Klahn and Joshua Salmonson had a hit each. Golden Sierra (7-11) scored its lone in the bottom of the fourth inning. The game was called after five innings because of the mercy rule. 
Golden Sierra 7, Center 13
— In Tuesday’s game of the tourney, the Grizzlies scored two runs in the top of the first inning. But Center scored four in the bottom of the frame, and held on for the win. Nick White was 2-for-3 and 2 RBIs for the Grizzlies, who had eight hits. Brayden Ellis was 2-for-3 and Carter Lencioni hit a double.

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