High school sports round-up — St. Paul can't muster enough offense in a 7-1 loss at Western Mennonite, ends season at 5-18

SALEM — As has been the case on too many occasions this season, the St. Paul bats were quiet May 21, as the Bucks closed out the 2014 campaign with a 7-1 loss at Western Mennonite.

St. Paul managed just four hits — one apiece from Austin McClister, Jason McCain, Maverick Martinez and Michael McKay — and left five runners on base in the setback, pushing its season-ending losing streak to six games.

Cody Faber struck out seven batters and walked one, but allowed 13 hits and four earned runs in six innings of work.

The Bucks (5-18) finished 4-16 in 1A/2A Special District 2 to place eighth, with Western Mennonite (15-11) ending the year in sixth at 11-9. Kennedy, Regis and Country Christian will represent the league in the playoffs, which get underway Wednesday.


Roseburg 10, Newberg 3 — The Tigers (6-20) fell to the Indians in a 6A play-game May 20.

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