SEASIDE - The Astoria and Seaside softball teams played to a Clatsop Clash split Friday afternoon, as the Fishermen and Gulls hooked up in a softball doubleheader at Wahanna Field.

Astoria won the first game 12-1, while the Gulls bounced back to take Game 2, 10-8.

Astoria pitcher Maddy Daw tossed a five-inning, two-hitter in Game 1, with five strikeouts and two walks.

The Lady Fish rapped out 15 hits, including three apiece for Shelby Haskell and Stacy Vinson. Caitlyn Voeller, Lisa Lowenstein and Daw all had doubles for Astoria, which scored eight runs in the third inning.

In Game 2, Seaside scored four runs in the third and six in the sixth to build a 10-1 lead.

Astoria scored seven runs in the top of the seventh, and had two runners on base before the Gulls could record the final out.

Seaside pitcher Geanna Harrison picked up the Game 2 victory, as the Fishermen outhit the Gulls 11-10 in the nightcap.

Regis 6, Warrenton 0SALEM - Warrenton committed five errors in a 6-0, nonleague softball loss at Regis Saturday.

Warrior pitcher Brooklyn Campbell had four strikeouts and no walks, with no earned runs, while Warrenton had just one hit, by Maddy Hanna.

Rainier 10, Warrenton 0WARRENTON - Rainier freshman pitcher Kylee Crape tossed a three-hit shutout at Warrenton Friday, as she struck out 14 Warrior batters in a 10-0 victory.

Rainier scored eight runs in the first inning. Crape also had two hits at the plate, while freshman teammate Kaylea Knox was 3-for-4 with a double.

Warrenton's three hits came from Maddy Hanna, Brooklyn Campbell and Angel Legler.

Knappa splits at GastonGASTON - Knappa rebounded from a 6-3 loss in the opening game to beat Gaston 9-1 in Game 2, in a Northwest League softball doubleheader Friday at Gaston.

A couple of untimely errors led to four runs in the third inning of Game 1 for Gaston, which held on for the victory.

Kate Shear had two hits in the opener and another two in Game 2, as Knappa scored five runs in the third inning to pull away.

Cassie West also had two hits, and Leslie Hebert and Addie Nichols each had one for Knappa. Dani Donayri pitched well in both games, striking out 17 on the day, and allowing just three hits in Game 2.

Knappa (5-1 in league) was coming off a 22-0, 17-5 nonleague sweep over Neah-Kah-Nie.

Ilwaco 7, Stevenson 2; Stevenson 2, Ilwaco 1 STEVENSON, Wash. - The Ilwaco softball team knocked off Stevenson 7-2 in the opening game of a Trico League doubleheader. Ilwaco's bats went silent in the second contest as they lost a 2-1 nail-biter to the Bulldogs to open league play for both squads.

Sydney Ward pitched a one-hitter in the first game and only allowed two hits in the second game. She struck out a total of 13 in the two games and walked nine. Ashley Tapio had three hits in the twin bill, Kelsey Madsen added two and Alexa Wirkkala and Ward also hit safely for Ilwaco.

Ilwaco is now 1-1 in the Trico and 3-2 on the year.

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