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Page 20 qPCI T& :1 _ ra - May 30, 2012 Huskies run into wall on playoff trail at Cascade The 4A state softball tournament has four teams left, and Cascade is one of them after defeating the Huskies 4-0 in the first round of bracket play at home on May 23. Cascade took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning after Sommer Coleman hit a triple. A pitchers battle, it was three up, three down most of the way to the fourth inning when Megan Graville singled on two outs and stole second. Emili Riggs and Megan Rubidoux walked to load the bases. In a similar position to the Huskies' last outing against Stayton when she scored runs, Sierra Thayer was next at bat; but Hannah Ganfield struck her out. Cascade's Kristin Taylor singled to reach base, and Coleman hit a sac bunt to move her to third. Graville struck out the next batter, and with two outs, Cascades Morgan Hunter knocked the ball Up the third base line, bouncing the ball off the tip of Rubidoux's glove . to score Taylor and the second run of the game. The Huskies had another shot at scoring in the top of the sixth when Halley Hummer reached third base. Riggs hit the ball to the ground on the left to Cascade's third baseman, trapping Hummer between third and home. Cascade scored two more runs Photos by Sean C. Morgan Shantel Pitts, above, left, fields the softball and throws infield to Caytlin Gillespie. Below, Halley Hummer battles at the plate, getting a hit and making it to third where she ended up trapped between the base and the plate. Megan Graville pitches her second playoff game of the season. on Sweet Home errors in the sixth to close out the win. "It looks like we played Cascade a little better than their next opponent," said Coach Casey Humphrey. Cascade, the state champion for the last two years, beat Madras 5-0 and has advanced to the semi-finals. Cascade, ranked second, was scheduled to play top-ranked Henley on Tuesday. The winner advanced to the championship, and will face Banks or Mazama on June 2. "We obviously never feel good after a loss," Humphrey said. "But I think we had a great season. I think we played a pretty good game. I was ready for that one big hit, but id didn't quite come through for us." The girls competed well with opportunities to score, he said. Graville pitched to Riggs in this game, striking out two, walking none and giving up eight hits. Ganfield pitched to Cassie Lund, striking out seven and giving up two walks and four hits. At bat, Hummer, Graville, McKenzie Cochran and Caytlin Gillespie each had a hit. Overall, Humphrey ispleased with the season, he said. "We did have a lot of wins, but we don't base it off of wins and losses." The team improved all season long, from a 10-0 loss to Newport at the beginning to a showdown with one of the top teams in the state in playoffs, he said. The Huskies handled Stayton during the play- in round, and it came down to Cascade. "That's a good spot," he said. Sweet Home 000 000 0 - 0 4 1 Cascade 100 102 x - 4 8 0 Photo by Scott Swanson Annie Whiqleld uncorks a winning javelin throw. i Track From page 19 100 Hurdles- 1 Claire Thomas, Mo- lalla, 15.11; 2. Willow Charlton, Henley, 15.89; 3. Chelsea Reifschneider, Sis- ters, 16.00; 4. Kayla Rasmussen, La Grande, 16.09; 5. Alisha Haken, Sisters, 16.68; 6. Taylor Gill, Mazama, 16.68; 7. Haley White, La Grande, 16.84; 8. Cheri- lyn Bunker, Newport, 16.87. 300 Hurdles- 1. Claire Thomas, Molalla, 43.93; 2. Kayla Rasmussen, La Grande, 46.45; 3. Chelsea Reifschneider, Sis- ters, 47.13; 4. Haley White, La Grande, 47.79; 5. Kaylie Boschma, YamhilI-Carl- ton, 48.65; 6. Hannah Doughty, Klamath Union, 49.01; 7. Elle Morgan, Henley, 49.16; 8. Lexi Mitzel, Cascade, 49.69. 4x100 Relay - 1. La Salle Prep 49.69; 2. North Valley 49.96; 3. Newport 50.04; 4. Gladstone 50.07; 5. YamhilI-Carlton 50.54; 6. Mazama 50.54; 7. Sweet Home (Devyn Makin, Jessika Stewart, Annie Whitfield, Courtney Kent), 51.76; 8. Junction City 52.27. 4x400 Relay - 1. Molalla 4:01.03; 2. Philomath 4:07.68; 3. Henley 4:08.27; 4. Cottage Grove 4:08.31; 5. Sisters 4:08.80; 6. YamhilI-Carlton 4:08.97; 7. Gladstone 4:09.87; 8. Scappoose 4:13.39. High Jump - 1. Elizabeth Venzon, Hid- den Valley, 5-04; 2. Laura Sullivan, Ma- dras, 5-00; 3. Amy Hilger, Banks, 5-00; 4. Kelsa Northrup, Brookings-Harbor, 5-00; 5. Koryn Wilson, La Grande, 4-11; 6. Elle Morgan, Henley, 4-11; 7. Alisha Haken, Sisters, 4-10; 7. Alisa Bradshaw, Gladstone, 4-10; 9. Kelsey Shaw, Elm- ira, 4-08. Pole Vault - 1. Sara Small, Sisters, 11- 03; 2. McKenna Streed, Gladstone, 11- 03; 3. Alex Jellison, Douglas, 10-09; 4. Makayla Sanders, North Valley, 10-06; 5. Brita Kintz, Gladstone, 10-00; 6. Anna Jensen, Douglas, 10-00; 7. Kelsea De- filippis, Newport, 9-00; 7. Marisa Dean, Newport, 9-00. Long Jump - 1. Claire Thomas, Mo- lalla, 19-01.50, w:0.8; 2. Genna Settle, Estacada, 17-09.25, w:2.5; 3. Madison Cronin, Gladstone, 17-03, w:0.5; 4. Eliz- abeth Venzon, Hidden Valley, 16-09.25, w:1.4; 5. Devyn Makin, Sweet Home, 16-08, w:1.3; 6. Zoe Falk, Sisters, 16- 07.25, w:2.2; 7. Katie Jensen, Douglas, 16-06.75, w:2.1;8. Alisha Rowlee, New- port, 16-00.75, w:1.1. Triple Jump - 1. Elizabeth Venzon, Hidden Valley, 36-09.25, w:NWl; 2. Jor- din Scholer, Henley, 34-05.50, w:-2.4; 3. Madison Cronin, Gladstone, 34-02, w:+0.0; 4. Anna Rietmann, Douglas, 33- 05.25, w:-0.5; 5. Kendall Schumaker, Gladstone, 33-01.50, w:l.0; 6. Brenna Marshall, Philomath, 33-00.75, w:1.1; 7. Jasmine smith, La Grande, 33-00.50, w:-0.5; 8. Alisha Haken, Sisters, 32- 09.50, w:1.1. Shot Put- 1. Cherilyn Bunker, Newport, 42-07; 2. D'Onna Robinson, Gladstone, 40-10.50; 3. Jade Corliss, Sweet Home, 37-10.50; 4. Alex Romero, Cascade, 37-05.75; 5. Tricia Ingraham, Cottage Grove, 37-02; 6. Cheyenne Partlow, Mo- lalla, 36-11.50; 7. Kelcey Cook, Yamhill- Carlton, 36-03.75; 8. Marci Johnston, Crook County, 34-11.25. Discus- 1. D'Onna Robinson, Glad- stone, 135-06; 2. Cherilyn Bunker, New- port, 118-05; 3. Ashley Agenbroad, La Pine, 110-07; 4. Megan Crumley, North Marion, 110-06; 5. Annie Victor, Banks, 106-11 ; 6. Hayley Bell, Cascade, 103-11 ; 7. Tricia Ingraham, Cottage Grove, 102- 06; 8. Tori Romig, Phoenix, 101-09. Javelin - 1. Annie Whitfield, Sweet Home, 141-11; 2. Kacie Hargett, New- port, 135-02; 3. Bailey Bars, Hidden Valley, 134-00; 4. Kelsey Shaw, Elmira, 124-02; 5. Miriam Schmucker, North Bend, 122=11; 6. Christina McDonald, Sutherlin, 118-07; 7; Cherilyn Bunker, Newport, 117-00; 8. Monica Voboril,. Baker, 116-03.