Gabby Sandoval earns two wins for Southern Oregon over Oregon Tech. SOU Sports activities Info picture
KLAMATH FALLS — Gabby Sandoval had her method with the NAIA’s highest-scoring lineup and top-ranked Southern Oregon clinched a pivotal Cascade Convention collection with back-to-back wins over No. 5 Oregon Tech, 2-0 and 8-3, the latter in additional innings Friday at Stilwell Stadium.
The longest successful streak at school historical past stretched to 19 video games for the Raiders (25-1 general, 11-0 CCC), who dropped the Owls (21-3, 8-3) three video games again of first place.
Sandoval pitched her thirty second profession shutout in Sport 1 regardless of yielding extra hits (9) than in any of the earlier 31, and left fielder Katrina Winterburn got here by way of with a two-run double to right-center discipline within the fourth inning that proved to be the distinction.
Sandoval additionally earned the Sport 2 win, which made her 14-0, by throwing 3 2/3 innings of reduction through which she allowed solely an unearned run. She purchased time for the Raider lineup to come back alive with 5 runs on 5 hits within the ninth, which was began with back-to-back doubles from Hannah Shimek and Lauren Quirke.
Quirke went 5-for-6 with two doubles and two walks on the day.
Because the Sport 2 starter, she broke SOU’s file for consecutive innings pitched with out permitting an earned run with 5 extra that introduced her run to 41 frames. It ended within the sixth, when OIT’s Krista Ward served up an RBI double that minimize SOU’s result in 3-2.
Sarah Abramson led off the underside of the seventh for OIT by reaching on an error, and the Owls turned that mishap into the game-tying run with a bunt and McKenna Armantrout’s RBI single.
After Shimek and Quirke’s extra-base hits recovered the lead for SOU within the ninth, Tayler Walker hit an RBI single and Olivia Mackey a sacrifice fly. Avery Morehead-Hutsell, who hit a run-scoring single within the prime of the sixth, put a bow on the rally with a two-run triple.
The Raiders dealt OIT freshman Mckenzie Staub (10-1) her first loss. In Sport 1, they dropped Sarah Abramson to 11-2 regardless of her five-hitter.
Quirke’s pitching line included 5 hits, two strikeouts and a stroll in 5 1/3 innings. Sandoval struck out three in her series-opening full sport, however the Owls tagged her for 4 doubles amongst their 9 hits. Jensen Becker, who went 3-for-3, hit certainly one of them.
Sandoval is 7-0 in opposition to OIT because the begin of 2019. Allie Stines helped keep her good file in Sport 2 with sliding, run-saving catches in left discipline to finish the sixth and eighth innings.
The Raiders and Owls will full the CCC collection at 11 a.m. Saturday. The fourth sport of the set, a non-conference affair, will comply with.
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SPRINTERS SHINE: At Ashland, Southern Oregon ladies’s sprinters Arianna Daniel and Lindsey Bonney had the quickest 200-meter battle between teammates at school historical past and 4 Raider males posted the highest Cascade Convention marks this season at Raider Stadium.
Daniel, the proprietor of SOU’s 200 file of 24.51 seconds, received the race in 24.76. Bonney positioned second in 24.79, simply a private finest and the brand new No. 4 mark on SOU’s all-time checklist. Each instances have been ok to hit the NAIA ‘B’ customary, and Daniel was simply one-hundredth of a second away from hitting the ‘A’ a day after doing so within the 400.
Two Raider freshmen additionally grew to become provisional qualifiers for the NAIA championships within the multi-events. Camdyn Bruner scored 4,211 factors within the ladies’s heptathlon, clearing the nationwide customary of three,900, and Solomon Tinnon scored 5,720 within the males’s decathlon, clearing the bar of 5,600.
Bryce Goggin, Chris Rosero and Josh Washington joined Tinnon in recording CCC-best males’s marks.
Within the 110 hurdles, Goggin improved the NAIA championships auto-qualifying time he posted final week to 14.67, the sixth-fastest on the nationwide efficiency checklist. Rosero and Shane McLaughlin completed second and third within the 200 with instances of twenty-two.20 and 22.26 that now prime the convention checklist. And Washington, the CCC’s defending excessive leap champion, cleared 6 ft, 3¼ inches in his season debut to match teammate Jacob Williams for No. 1 on that convention checklist.
KiAshe Pastime and Sarah Johnson positioned second and third within the ladies’s discus. Pastime’s throw of 132-1 put her on prime of the convention and Johnson checked in at 120-0.
A handful of Raider distance runners debuted within the 1,500. For the boys, Zeke Stelzer (4:02.68) and Kevin VanDyke (4:03.48) completed first and second. And for the ladies, Maya Smith (5:03.04) and Haylee Brodahl (5:04.83) led the way in which in fourth and fifth place.