The result was predictable Thursday at CMH Field, where the first-place Astoria Fishermen hosted last-place Tillamook in a Cowapa League baseball game.
In their daily trek from the school to the Fish Bowl, the Fishermen ran their league-best record to 6-0, in an 11-1 drubbing of the Cheesemakers, now 0-6.
Astoria gave their top three pitchers the day off and decided to go deep into the pitching staff, as junior Trey Hageman and sophomore Tristin Wallace tossed a two-hitter for the Fishermen.
Hageman and Wallace combined to strike out seven with just two walks, and the Fishermen — who rarely lose an inning — rallied from a 1-0 deficit after a half-inning with two runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back.
Jasyn Gohl had three of Astoria’s 10 hits, while Samboy Tuimato had two hits and scored three runs, and Zac Patterson hit a solo home run to highlight the win.