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Softball: Scappoose puts up 34 runs in doubleheader with Seaside

The Indians beat Seaside 17-0 and 17-3 in doubleheader action on Monday

Scappoose took another major step toward hosting a first-round playoff game with a dominant showing in Monday's doubleheader against Seaside. The Gulls, who sit at the bottom of the Cowapa League standings a 0-12 in league play, had absolutely no answers for the high-powered Indian offense, falling 17-0 and 17-3 for their 12th loss in succession.

Senior slugger Lexi Courtney led Scappoose on offense, putting up eight RBIs between the two games, including a grand-slam in the first contest that gave the Indians a 15-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning.

Lacey Updike and Mary Jane Reser combined for a two-hit effot in the first game, while freshman Julia Ferguson allowed only four hits and no earned runs in the second contest.

Scappoose will have a massive challenge on their hands against top-ranked Yamhill-Carlton on Tuesday as they look to close out their season strong with three games on the road. The Tigers pushed past Scappoose 12-1 and 3-1 in a doubleheader earlier this season.


Scappoose 17, Seaside 0

Oscar Peterson Elementary Field

SEAS 000 00 – 0 2 5

SCAP 691 1x – 17 11 3


Hits (11): Updike 2, Dykes, Lukinbeal, Courtney 2, Harrison 3, Bailey, Butler

RBIs (11): Dykes, Lukinbeal, Courtney 5, Bailey 2, Butler 2

Grand-slam (1): Courtney

Runs (17): Updike 3, Dykes 2, Lukinbeal 2, Courtney 3, Harrison 3, MacInnis, Bailey, Butler, Schlosser


Scappoose 17, Seaside 3

Oscar Peterson Elementary Field

SEAS 000 03 – 3 4 4

SCAP 751 4x – 17 14 5


Hits (14): Updike 4, Dykes 2, Lukinbeal, Courtney 2, Harrison, Reser, Ferguson 2, Butler

RBIs (11): Updike 2, Courtney 3, Harrison, Wedgeworth, Ferguson 2, Butler 2

Runs (17): Updike 2, Dykes 3, Lukinbeal 4, Courtney 2, Harrison, Wedgeworth, Reser, Ferguson 2, Butler

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