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No. 1 Canby 4, No. 16 Lebanon 0 – Senior southpaw Joe Scott was dominant for the Cougars. He blanked Lebanon and struck out 11 and Blake Miller drove home two for the victors.

No. 8 Summit 12, No. 9 Crater 3 -- The Storm's 16-hit attack overwhelmed Crater. Alex Via led the offense with three doubles. He and freshman Andrew Guthrie turned in strong mound outings for Summit.

No. 5 Crescent Valley 3, No. 12 La Salle Prep 2 -- Crescent Valley needed a three-run rally, on just one bloop hit, to rally for its 10th win in a row. Blake Thomas threw zeroes at the Raiders in his six weeks of work, but was not on the bump during the fateful seventh, when a hit batsman, walk and error helped spur CV's rally. Luke Schoeffler yielded two first-inning runs for Crescent Valley but blanked LSP over the next five.

No. 4 West Albany 6, No. 13 Putnam 2 -- Drew Rice went the distance on the mound for the win and Aiden Metzker and Blake Linton homed to break a 1-1 tie for the host Bulldogs.

No. 3 Ridgeview 5 , No. 14 Corvallis 1

No. 6 Wilsonville 2, No. 11 Bend 1 -- A pitcher's duel between Justin Schramm for Wilsonville and Bend's Fischer Barber ended in the bottom of the seventh when Drew Hall's perfect squeeze bunt scored Maverick Summers with the game's winning run.

No. 7 Mountain View 10, No. 10 Ashland 4

No. 2 Thurston 10, No. 15 Central 0 (5 innings) – Grady Saunders needed just 50 pitches to turn back Central over five innings. The sophomore fanned seven and also hit a triple as part of a nine-run fourth inning. Kyle Miller had a three-run double in the frame. Connor Molony had two hits and drove in three as well.


No. 1 Henley 11, No. 16 Baker / Powder Valley 1 (6 innings) – Beau Pyle fanned 11 on the bump and hit a home run and drove home three for the top-seeded Hornets.

No. 9 North Bend 14, No. 8 Crook County 3 (6 innings) -- Luke Wheeling and Aidan Nelson combined on the mound to limit the Cowboys to four hits. The Bulldogs put up crooked numbers in four of their six turns at bat and joined two other teams from the Sky Em Conference in the quarters.

No. 5 Pendleton / Nixyaawii 4, No. 12 St. Helens 2 – Pendleton’s Colton Primus broke a two-all tie in the bottom of the fifth with a two-run single and Evan Lehnert went the distance on the mound for the Buckaroos, fanning eight. Lehnert also drove home a run with a sacrifice fly.

No. 4 Marist Catholic 3, No. 13 Newport 1 -- Drew Wooten outdueled Ryden Hockema in Marist's win. Aiden Hazen had a home run and drove in two for the winning team. Newport got a long ball from Tyler Mattson in the second to give Newport a short-lived lead.

No. 3 Scappoose 9, No. 14 La Grande 5 – The 2023 champs started their title defense on the right foot thanks to the bat of Joe Fagan, who drove home three. He also was the winning pitcher. After La Grande took a 5-3 lead in its half of the fourth inning, Scappoose scored twice in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to produce the final margin of victory.

No. 6 Junction City / Triangle Lake 10, No. 11 Hidden Valley 0 (5 innings) – Jayden Lucas and Landon Van Hecke teamed on a two-hitter and Josh Berry’s solo shot in the bottom of the fifth ended the game via mercy rule for the host Tigers.

No. 7 The Dalles 6, No. 10 Philomath / Alsea 3 (Wednesday) -- The Dalles fell behind 2-0 in the top of the second, but answered with four in the bottom half to take a lead it never relinquished. Avery Schwartz was superb in relief for the Riverhawks, yielding just one run over 4+ innings. Will Booth's two-run single in the fifth extended The Dalles' lead to 6-2. The Riverhawks yielded one run in the seventh but no more.

No. 2 North Marion / Gervais 4, No. 15 Gladstone 0 (Wednesday) -- Landon Fowler and Dawson Schrenk each drove home two and Schrenk threw a complete-game one-hitter.


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