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POMEROY — If the Pomeroy Pirates make a second straight appearance in the Washington Class B-8 state playoffs in 2015, it will be because their young and so-far untested offensive and defensive lines progress rapidly.
Crusader starter Jacob Haas fans 15 Pirates in the 2-0 win, as Pomeroy finishes second at state.
Waitsburg-Prescott senior Cobie Brown finished second in the 300-meter hurdles and fifth in 110 hurdles at the 1B/2B state track and field championships at Eastern Washington University this weekend.
The school calendar may be coming to a close, but for a handful of Washington prep softball and baseball teams, this weekend is the start of things to come.
All three of Pomeroy’s boys golfers made the cut at the 1B/2B state tournament at Columbia Point Golf Course on Wednesday.
MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. — Pomeroy’s softball season came to an end with an 11-1 loss to Almira-Coulee-Hartline at the District 7/9 Class 1B tournament here on Saturday.
The Pirate baseball team beats Mount Rainier Lutheran and Oakville to earn a spot in the title game.
The Waitsburg-Prescott boys team wins the 2B meet as W-P sends 11 boys and one girl to state next weekend.
DeSales’ Scott Kimball and Emily Baumgart take medalist honors, as five Pomeroy and three Irish golfers advance to state.
The Pomeroy baseball team advances to the regional round with wins over Odessa-Harrington and Curlew.
Junior Zoe Kerne doubled home two runs and singled in another for the Pomeroy High School softball team, helping the Pirates bounce back from a loss and enjoy the second of two sub-regional playoffs in Medical Lake. Pomeroy lost its first game, 7-4 to Cusick, but rallied to win the second one against Republic, 10-9.
The Tigers plate the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning to win the sub-regional baseball game over the Pirates on Tuesday.
Pomeroy’s Devon Caruso and DeSales’ Steve Xiao lead the boys, and Emily Baumgart the girls.
POMEROY — Kacey Halbert tossed a five-inning five-hitter and collected three hits, including a home run, here Saturday to help lead Pomeroy to a 13-1 victory over Lacrosse-Washtucna/Kahlotus in the first game of a Class 1B softball doubleheader.
ENDICOTT — Pomeroy’s baseball team went on the road and swept a Class 1B baseball twin bill from host St. John-Endicott here Saturday.
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