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Mt. Hood CC baseball hosts Super Regional, Sandy baseball shuts out David Douglas in finale

PMG PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Mt. Hood CC coach Bryan Donohue and the Saints will host a Super Regional playoff this weekend at Oslund Field.


Friday, May 10

MT. HOOD 7, CLARK 6 — The Saints erased a 4-0 deficit to open the league-finale series with a win over Clark, powered by Kevin Miser's walk-off double that scored Matt Niebergall. Matt Land put the Saints on the scoreboard with a two-run homer in the fourth inning.

Tyler Elliott pitched four innings of shutout relief for the Saints, striking out five.

Mt. Hood took 3 of 4 in the weekend series to finish second in the South Region and will host a three-team Super Regional this weekend.


Thursday, May 9

SANDY 6, D. DOUGLAS 0 — The Pioneers closed out their league schedule with Tanon Mein and Connor Rasmor combining on a no-hitter with seven strikeouts.

Sandy's Colby Carson drew a lead-off walk in the first inning and scored the winning run two batters later when Brendan McAra sent a line drive to center field. The Pioneers broke the game open in the third inning when Carson hit a two-run homer to left field, and Gerardo Menchaca punched a ground ball through the middle for a 5-0 lead.

McAra led Sandy by going 3-for-3 at the plate, scoring twice and knocking in a pair of runs.


Wednesday, May 8

GRESHAM 8, SANDY 7 — The Pioneers almost stole the game with a seven-run outburst in the fifth inning, but Gresham answered with runs in each of the final four innings to win its second game in a row.

The Gophers started their comeback in the bottom of the fifth when Brynna Lutz sent an RBI-double to left field, followed by Kyla Nannini with a two-run homer to the same part of the park.

Gresham's defense put the Pioneers down in order in each of the last two innings, setting the stage for a dramatic finish. Sammie Staples hit a line-drive to center field to score Laura Cruz Reyes with the tying run. Several batters later, Alise Olson hit a two-out single to center field to win the game.

Olson went the distance in the circle, ending the day with five strikeouts.

PMG PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Sandys Paige Dobson hits a fairway shot during the Special District 2 regional tournament at the OGA Golf Course in Woodburn last week.


Tuesday, May 7

SANDY GIRLS PLACE FOURTH — The Sandy girls golf team finished fourth out of six teams at the Mount Hood/Three Rivers regional tournament held on the Oregon Golf Association course in Woodburn last week.

The Pioneers tallied a team score of 444 to come in five strokes ahead of Central Catholic and 21 ahead of David Douglas.

Tana Dwyre led Sandy with a 25-over-par 97. She parred three holes on the front nine and started the back of the course with another par.

Paige Dobson carded a 104 for the Pioneers, while Allison Eslinger had a 116 and Teagan Pendleton finished with a 127.


Monday, April 22

SANDY RIDERS WIN FINALE — The Pioneers tallied 688 points to beat runner-up Centennial by more than 150 points in the final Northeast Region meet of the season.

Jenee Spencer won in Saddle Seat Equitation (79) and was second in Pole Bending, while Marshall Fallon won in Dressage (171.5) and was second in Saddle Seat Equitation.

Sandy had three of the top four riders in Keyhole with Dalton Mayzee leading the way in second place. She was also runner-up in Steer Daubing.

Spencer and Dalton won the Two-Man Birangle (25.823), while Alexa Price joined the duo to win Team Penning after corralling 8 of the 9 cows — three better than any other team.

Sandy also won the Team Versatility competition and Freestyle Fours.

Barlow's Jenessa Teachout picked up wins across five judged events at the regular-season finale last month. She had high scores in Hunt Seat Equitation (86.5), Hand Trail (86), Trail Equitation (75), Driving (77.5), Showmanship (115).

In the timed events, Barlow's Ronnie Broadfoot won the Figure 8 (10.981 seconds) and was second in Barrels, while Leah Fleming won the Individual Flags race (12.154) and Mia Salerno caught two steers to win the Daubing event.

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