Cody 3, Vauxhall, Alberta, 1

The Cubs scored runs in the first, fifth and seventh innings to defeat Vauxhall, Alberta, 3-1, in the final game Friday. The Spurs scored their lone run in the third. 

At the plate for Cody, Devyn Engdahl went 2-4, Heston Williams 1-2, Elijah Leyva 1-3, and Cody Phillips 1-4 and Jackson Schroeder 1-4.

For Vauxhall, Kole Fujita went 2-3 and Adam Vulcano 1-2.

Williams earned the win, giving up one run, none earned, through 7 innings and striking out 13. (For more on Cody see related story) 

Brady Howg took the loss for Vauxhall, giving up two runs on five hits through 4 2/3 innings. Adam Vulcano pitched 2 1/3 innings and allowed one run on one hit.

Wasilla, Alaska, 13 North Bend, Ore., 12

The third game was back and forth, with Alaska holding on to take a one-run victory over Oregon No. 1.

North Coos started strong, scoring three runs on three hits in the first. Wasilla answered in the bottom of the inning with three runs of its own on four hits including a triple by Kyle Graham.

The Waterfront added a run in the third, but then the Road Warriors pulled ahead with fives runs in the bottom of the fourth, which included another triple by Graham.

North Coos scored five in the fifth on four walks, a hit batter and double by Ian Spalding. Three hits in the bottom of the frame gave Wasilla a 10-9 lead. 

The Road Warriors added three in the sixth on a solo homer to center by Clancey ODonnell, two walks and a single. 

The Waterfront mounted a comeback in the seventh, scoring three on two passed balls, an error and single by Brendan Roberts. 

At the plate, Wasilla finished with 14 hits. ODonnell went 4-4, Graham 3-3, Balau Buckmaster 2-3, Jacob Gilbert 2-5, Maxim Wanser 1-2 and Taylor Ottinger and Clayton Boyett 1-4.

North Coos had 10 hits. Roberts went 3-5, Brylee Anderson 2-3, Spalding 2-4, Corbin White 1-3, Jacob Chaney 1-4 and Bridger Holmes 1-5. 

Tyler Thorton started the game for the Waterfront, going 3 1/3 innings and giving up eight runs on nine hits. Jared Northrup pitched 1 2/3 innings, allowing two runs on three hits. Bridger Holmes went 1/3 of an inning and gave up three runs on two hits. AJ Stoltey went 2/3 of an inning and gave up no hits.

Austin Robertson went 2 2/3 innings for the Road Warriors, giving up four runs on six hits. Carter Hudson pitched two innings and allowed four runs on one hit. Buckmaster went 1 2/3 innings and gave up two runs on two hits. Clayton Boyett went 1/3 of an inning and allowed one run on one hit. 

Burley, Idaho 11, Portland, Ore., 1

Idaho defeated Oregon's No. 2 team in the second game of the day Friday.

The Green Sox jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning on two walks and two singles. In the second, they loaded the bases and took a 6-0 lead on a triple by Ramiro Garcia. Two single and a double brought in two more runs.

A double by Kody Condie scored another run int he fourth and the 10th came on a single by Jace Robinson. 

Alpenrose Dairy's lone run came in the fourth. With two on base, the run came on a single by Devan Knight.

Burley needed one run to end the game and loaded the bases. A single by Andrew Farrins made it 11-1. 

Burley finished with 11 hits. Garcia and Condie went 2-2, Farrins 2-4, Barrett Macias 1-2, and Easton Watterson, Siayder Watterson and Robinson 1-3.

The Rex Sox finished with four hits. Connor Mansfield went 2-3, and Zach Nagy and Knight 1-3.

Farrins earned the win for the Green Sox, giving up one run on three hits through 4 1/3 innings. Siqter Watterson pitched 2/3 of an inning and allowed no runs on one hits.

Nagy took the loss for Alpenrose Dairy, pitching 1 inning and giving up eight runs on six hits. Gabriel Johnson threw 3 innings and allowed three runs on four hits. Luke Hunter pitched 1/3 on an inning and gave up one hit.

Cheyenne 3, Layton, Utah 1

A costly error in the bottom of the seventh by Utah allowed Cheyenne go ahead for the 3-2 victory in the first game of the day.

Utah took a 2-0 lead in the top of the third, taking advantage of two Hawk errors in the the inning.

In the sixth, Tyler Schlagel reached and advanced to third on multiple throwing errors by Utah. He scored on a single by Bradley Feezer.

In the seventh, Keagan Bartlett walked and advanced to second on a sac bunt by Ty Lobmeyer. Guy Andren then walked and both scored on the error by Utah first baseman Carson Shaffer.

Cheyenne finished with three hits. Fisher Brown went 2-3 and Feezer 1-3.

Utah had four hits. Shaffer went 2-3, Caden Zundel 1-1 and Marcus Garza 1-3.

Bailey Applegarth earned the win for the Hawks, giving up two runs on four hits through 7 innings.

Carter Robinson took the loss for Post 87. He came on in the seventh and gave up a walk.

Tanner Kofed went 6 1/3 innings and allowed two runs, none earned, on three hits, while striking out 14 batters.

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