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Ridgeview softball runs Scappoose at Central Oregon Tournament

Indians beat Mazama earlier in the afternoon

SCAPPOOSE HIGH SCHOOL -      The fourth-ranked Indians outhit Class 5A No. 3 Ridgeview (Redmond) on Tuesday but could not pull off a win.

The Ravens got away 13-7 at the Central Oregon Tournament at the Bend Pine Nursery.

Ridgeview (5-1 overall) led 5-2 through two innings and 7-4 through four.

Sage Harrison led Scappoose (3-2) with three RBIs that included a solo home run.

Kendal Bailey pitched 5 2/3 innings and struck out three.

Ravens junior Hailey Williamson and senior Brittany Peterson combined for six hits and five RBIs.

The Indians had no trouble in beating Mazama (Klamath Falls) 13-2 in the early game.

Nicole Lukinbeal picked up three RBIs, and Allyah Cates and Harrison both notched two.

Bailey threw four innings and struck out five Vikings.

Hannah Galey’s third hit against third-ranked, twice-defending Class 4A state champion McLoughlin (Milton-Freewater) was the clincher on Monday.

The sophomore shortstop launched a walk-off home run as Scappoose beat the Pioneers 3-2 at the Bend Pine Nursery.

Bailey got out of five tricky spots as she pitched seven innings for the Indians against five hits and an earned run.

McLoughlin junior Mallory Copeland took the loss in six innings of three-run, eight-strikeout work.

Galey’s third-inning single scored Jessie Dykes, and Harrison’s single scored Galey.

In the early game, the Indians scored eight third-inning runs to smack Madras 11-0 in five.

Harrison and Lukinbeal’s RBI singles, Galey’s two-run double, Ashley MacInnis’ RBI double, Bailey’s two-run single and a passed ball pushed Scappoose to a 10-0 lead through three.

Harrison, who sent a two-run homer over the fence in the first, came away with three RBIs on two hits.

Nicole Dougherty shut Madras out through five innings on four hits and three strikeouts.

White Buffaloes junior Chloe Martin took the loss as she surrendered 11 runs and two walks in four innings.

Scappoose tied Friday, March 18’s, home opener against Union (Camas, Wash.) 4-4 in the sixth inning, but sophomore Maleya Burns and the Titans got away 5-4.

Morgan Spieth launched a solo Union home run on the second pitch of the game, Alexis Staton came home on an errant throw to second and Anna Aguon scored on a putout to first for a 3-0 lead, but the Indians regrouped.

Gabie Kreuger’s double put Scappoose on the board in the second.

Aguon scored on Burns’ double in the third, but Galey’s double plated Lukinbeal.

Lukinbeal’s double brought MacInnis around in the Titans fifth and Kreuger’s double scored Harrison to force a 4-4 tie in the sixth, but Burns’ groundout scored Aguon in the seventh.

“We made mental errors, which cost us those runs,” Indians coach Cijay Koler said. “It was our first game after getting outside for two days.”

Scappoose is scheduled to host Clatskanie at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Union 5, Scappoose 4

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S 011 011 x — 4 8 3

Scappoose 11, Madras 0

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S 208 1x — 11 13 0

Scappoose 3, McLoughlin 2

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S 002 000 1 — 3 11 4

Scappoose 13, Mazama 2

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M 011 000 x — 2 5 3

Ridgeview 13, Scappoose 7

S 201 111 1 — 7 12 4

R 050 260 x — 13 11 4