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2007 NWAACC Softball Championship- Games 9-12

Game 9 Olympic 12-15-2 Grays Harbor 14-17-4 W- Smiley L- Wilkerson HR- GHC- Whitbeck (2), Waldon, Wilkinson, Wagner Summary Olympic and Grays Harbor provided some fireworks in the first day of the tournament. Hitting for a combined total of five homeruns, it was fitting that a 2 run shot in the bottom of the seventh by Grays Harbor’s Lindsey Wagner ended the game. Grays Harbor improves to 16-14, 17-24 and advances to play Saturday. Olympic ends their season 22-14, 24-22 in their 15th tournament appearance. Game 10 Spokane 13-12-1 (5 inn) Pierce 0-3-3 W- Booker L- Suggs Summary Pierce continued to their flat play from the morning game and Spokane took advantage making short work of the Raiders. The Sasquatch will advance in the losers bracket to Saturday while Pierce ends their ninth ever tournament appearance. Pierce finishes their season 26-4, 36-15. Game 11 Mt Hood 4-8-0 Walla Walla 0-2-0 W- Davis L- Jost HR- Wilson (MHCC) Summary Mt Hood overcame a very tough Walla Walla team with solid all around play. With two runs scored going into the sixth, Jenna Wilson hit a two-run homerun to give the Saints a commanding lead. Head Coach Mike Staudenmaier said "It was a great game against a number one seed. If we get a few breaks, the game could have easily gone the other way." The Saints (25-5, 42-5) advance to the quarterfinals Saturday at 11:30 a.m. Walla Walla (19-9, 37-17) drops into the losers’ bracket. Game 12 Chemeketa 9-11-1 Bellevue 5-8-1 W- Bradely L- Andrews HR- Sinyard (CHCC), Skriver (CHCC), Chewning (CHCC), Smith (BCC). Nichols (CHCC) was 4 for 4. Summary The Storm continued to rage as they defeated another strong team. Chemeketa deflated Bellevue's high hopes with several homeruns. Chemeketa had a two-run shot in the third from Cameran Sinyard, a two-run shot and three-run shot from Hanna Skriver and Caitlyn Chewning. Skriver added a solo shot in the fifth. Head Coach Lindsey Braun said "We played hard and sung the bats well. The team strung together hit and cleaned the bases. The ladies played like a veteran team out there."
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