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“(Tanner) threw a lot of strikes, limited base runners and we played a solid defense behind him,” said Wahkiakum coach Marc Niemeyer.

Wahkiakum rose 2-0 in the third inning, adding one more in the fourth frame and three more in the fifth. Beau Carlson led the mules with one double, one triple and five RBIs on the plate. Zakk Carlson was 3 against 3 for the mules with a doubles.

Wahkiakum (6-4-1, 5-4-1 league) welcomes Onalaska to the regular season finale on Thursday.

Winlock gift wrapping wins for Mounties

LACEY – Winlock gave up just four hits but gave up a dozen baker runs in a C2BL baseball affair on Monday in a 13-3 loss to Rainier.

The Cardinals’ defense failed to secure their pitchers and made five mistakes on the way to the Abbreviated Competition of the Rule of Grace. However, during the five innings of the action, the Winlock pitchers also did each other a disservice, as ten combined free tickets were combined between walks and batting battles.

Aiden Eitel was the only Winlock pitcher to hit the board when setting up a 1-2-3 fourth inning with two strikeouts.

Mekhi Morlin continued to swing a hot bat on the plate and showed sneaky speed with a triple in the first inning. Morlin eventually scored on a passed ball. Chris Heikkila had the Cardinals’ only other goal that day.