SPOKANE — Moses Lake finally played its weather postponed non-league game with Lewis and Clark; however, the result was a 2-1 loss.
Dane Cobb scored the go-ahead goal for the Tigers in the 69th minute. Bret Mathyer scored the Chiefs’ lone goal.
Wahluke 7, Kiona-Benton 1
BENTON CITY — Wahluke received two goals each from three players and beat Kiona-Benton 7-1.
Orlando Erazo, Alex Valdez and Edwin Martinez all scored twice.
Quincy was eliminated from district playoff contention.
Othello was able to advance as the No. 6 seed after mini games against Ellensburg and the Jacks. The Huskies travel to third-seeded Grandview on Tuesday.
Selah 13-5 , Othello 3-0
SELAH — Othello could not close out its regular season with a win and was swept by Selah 13-3 and 5-0.
Despite the two losses, Othello reached the postseason and will play next in the District 5/6 Tournament May 4 against the winner of Grandview-Quincy.
The Huskies held a brief 3-1 lead in the opener before the Vikings scored 12 unanswered runs, including six in the fourth inning. Josh Garza, Melic Hathaway and Gage Pruneda had one RBI each.
The Huskies managed four hits in Game 2, but could not scratch a run out.
Royal 14-20, Connell 5-8
CONNELL — Royal erupted for 34 total runs in a doubleheader sweep of Connell 14-5 and 20-8.
Cooper Christensen was 3-for-5 with four RBIs and a double in Game 1. Sawyer Jenks and Tyler Allred drove in multiple runs as well.
The Knights took advantage of five Eagle errors in Game 2. The Knights pounded out 20 hits and pulled away with a six-run third inning.
Allred had six RBIs, four hits and one run scored.
Warden 4-4, College Place 1-6
WARDEN — It will be a winner-take-all game in the series finale between Warden and College Place on Tuesday.
The Cougars split with College Place with a win in the opener 4-1 and a loss in the nightcap 6-4, setting up a three-way tie at the top of the SCAC East between Warden, College Place and Royal. All three teams are 10-4 in league, however, Warden won two out of its three games with Royal.
Ryan Arredondo struck out seven batters in 5 1/3 innings in Game 1. The Cougars were unable to rally from a 6-0 deficit in Game 2.
East Valley 15-21, Ephrata 0-3
EPHRATA — Ephrata struggled defensively and fell to East Valley 15-0 and 21-3.
The Tigers manage only two hits in the first game while the Red Devils pulled away with nine runs in the third inning.
Ephrata hosts Prosser in the District 5/6 Tournament Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
Other Basin results:
Ellensburg 12, Quincy 0
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 22-28, Cusick 1-0
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 6, Lake Roosevelt 3
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 21-19, Cusick 3-7
CUSICK — Reigning 1B champion Almira/Coulee-Hartline routed Cusick twice 21-3 and 19-7.
The Warriors opened up a 10-0 lead after one inning in the opener.
Sarah Bradshaw was 4-for-4 with a double, two home runs and seven RBIs in Game 2.
Other Basin results:
Ephrata 1-1, Othello 0-11
Wapato 8-12, Quincy 4-4
Track and field
Team winner: Central Valley 90.5. Local team: 19. Moses Lake 9.
Javelin: 3. Moses Garza 152-03.
Team winner: Central Valley 115. Local team: 19. Moses Lake 6.
Big Bend 6-23, Blue Mountain 5-5
MOSES LAKE — Big Bend stayed in the NWAC East title hunt with two wins over Blue Mountain 6-5 and 23-5.
The Vikings trail Spokane by one game for first place and travel to play the Sasquatch on Wednesday.
Dylan Miller hit a walk-off double, scoring Benjamin Albrecht, in the opener.
Big Bend 13-14, Treasure Valley 5-5
MOSES LAKE — Big Bend swept Treasure Valley 13-5 and 14-5 to take over first place in the NWAC East.
Maya Saneishi was 4-for-5 with three RBIs and a run scored in Game 1; Hanna Reid hit a home run.
The Vikings hit seven doubles in Game 2.
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