HILLSBORO — Astoria pitchers Carter Wallace and Tyler Lyngstad limited Forest Grove to just four hits, and the Fishermen overcame four errors of their own in a 6-2 win over the Vikings Wednesday, on the final day of the Glencoe Spring Break Tournament.

Astoria’s early-morning win at Hillsboro Stadium concluded three games in three days for the Fishermen, who finished the tournament 1-2.

Wallace started and allowed four hits in three innings, before giving way to Lyngstad in the fourth inning.

Astoria held a 3-2 lead by then, as Wallace led off the top of the second with a single, and later scored on a steal of home. Olaf Englund had a single later in the inning that brought in Jared Lucore.

Trey Hageman had two of Astoria’s seven hits, and Englund drove in a pair of runs.

Loggers drop two

IRRIGON — The Knappa softball team continued to see tough competition on its road trip through eastern Oregon, as the Loggers lost their third and fourth games in two days Wednesday.

Riverside rallied from an early deficit for a 17-5 win in Game 1 (played at Riverside High School), despite a triple from Knappa’s Paris Vanderburg, and a home run for teammate Kaitlyn Truax.

Moving on to Irrigon High School for Game 2, Irrigon defeated Knappa 11-1.

The Loggers (1-5 overall) are scheduled to play two games today at Heppner.