WARRENTON - Warrenton pitchers Michael Moore and Cam Hackwith combined for a five-inning no-hitter Wednesday afternoon at Huddleston Field, as the Warriors beat Naselle 10-0 in a nonleague baseball game.
Moore tossed a perfect four innings, striking out four with no walks, and Hackwith finished up, allowing a walk with a strikeout, before starting a 1-6-3 double play to end the game.
Buddy Davis had two doubles for Warrenton, which scored nine runs in the fourth inning.
Nick Hines, Tommy Rose and Leo Mendoza pitched for the Comets, allowing nine hits. Brandon Slaughter, Reese Johnson and Tyler Miller all had a double for the Warriors.
Clatskanie 18, Knappa 5CLATSKANIE - It's been a rough week for the Knappa baseball team.
The Loggers had an early lead following a grand slam by Maury Dugan Wednesday at Clatskanie before the Tigers rallied for an 18-5 nonleague win.
The loss came one day after a 2-0 league loss at Nestucca, which comes to Knappa for a doubleheader Friday.
The Loggers were missing Gary Aho (ejected in the loss at Nestucca), while Dallas Oja suffered a leg injury in Wednesday's loss and could miss Friday's games. In addition, three players have been suspended for three weeks following violations on a trip to Europe.
Knappa pitchers Karac Anderson, Aho and Cody Strickland allowed just two infield singles in the loss to Nestucca, while the Loggers left the bases loaded in the first and seventh innings.
Clatskanie took advantage of 12 Knappa errors Wednesday.
The Loggers - who had just nine players, including four freshmen - opened with five straight hits off Clatskanie's Cody Pesio, who still picked up the victory.
Softball: Warrenton 8, Naselle 5WARRENTON - The Naselle softball team lost its first game of the season, and the Warrenton Warriors won their first, as Lauren Dove tossed a complete-game, 8-5 win for the Warriors.
Dove allowed five hits with 12 strikeouts and five walks, while Brooklyn Campbell and Dove each went 2-for-4 at the plate.
Dove also had a double for Warrenton, which plays at Astoria at 4:30 p.m. today.