Jesuit 3, McNary 0: The Crusaders took advantage of three extra-base hits in a row in the fifth innings as they scored five runs and shut out the Celtics.
Decker, Swide (4), Choruby (6) and Hamilton (JES). Klampe, Barchus (5), Suing (7) and Simpson (McN). Win– Swide; Loss– Klampe. 2B– Werner, Martinek, Hamilton (JES); Wyatt, Gosling (McN); 3B– Choruby (JES).
Marist 6, Silverton 3
CLASS 4A NONLEAGUE
Cascade 5, La Salle 4: Grant Hadley went 2 for 2 and the Cougars scored twice in the bottom of the sixth to take the win against the Falcons.
Baugh and Spuddard. Crawford, Andrews (5), Wakem (6) and Mensing. Win– Wakem; Loss– Baugh.
Records: Cascade (3-0).
Salem Academy 10, Western Mennonite 0 (5): Sam Cooper and Chad Harris combined to shut out the Pioneers as the Crusaders won at home.
Pack, Birky (4) and Gowan. Cooper, Harris (5) and Leutwyler. Win– Cooper; Loss– Pack.
CLASS 6A/5A NONLEAGUE
Sprague 15, Mountain View 0: McKenna Culpepper went 2 for 2 with a pair of RBIs and two runs scored as the Olympians blanked the Cougars.
Wolfe and Ledgerwood. Wickland and Clapp. Win– Wolfe. Loss– Wickland. 2B– Culpepper (S). 3B– Ishem (S).
South Salem 24, Silverton 0: Saxon pitcher Katie Donovan threw a perfect game with 10 strikeouts to lead South Salem to the win Wednesday against the host Foxes.
Donovan and Reece, Ferring (5). Sundlin, Barth (3) and Stocker. Win: Donovan. Loss: Sundlin. 2B: Burdick (SS), Hammitt (SS), Gardner 2 (SS), Donovan 2 (SS). HR: Reece (SS). Records: South Salem (2-0), Silverton (0-1).
Central 12, North Marion 2: Kelsi Christianson homered and Jenny Cole earned the win for the Panthers against the visiting Huskies.
Wampole and Breshears. Cole and Nash. Win– Cole; Loss– Wampole. 2B– Nash; HR– Christianson.
Dayton 6, Santiam Christian 2: Jamie Chenea earned the win and three different Pirates recorded three hits as they defeated the host Eagles.
Chenea, Ray (6). Yelas, Davison (5). Win– Chenea; Loss– Yelas.
Stayton 6, South Albany 2: Scott Zimmerman and Kyle Hernandez won for the Eagles in the top two singles matches as Stayton had no trouble with the Rebels at home.
Singles– Zimmerman (St) def. Lehman (SA) 7-5, 6-1; Hernandez (St) def. Santos (SA); Gonzalez (SA) def. Swift (St) 7-6 (8-6), 7-6 (7-5); Keiner (St) def. Hodges (SA) 6-1, 6-1.
Doubles– Southwick/Perlot (SA) def. Camacho/Sampson (St); Stewart/Rockwell (St) def. Shequin (SA) 6-0, 6-1; Gescher/Pucket (St) def. Kranzler/Teem (SA) 6-2, 7-6 (7-5); Keiner/McOmber (St) def. Windish/James (SA) 6-1, 6-0.
Sprague d. West Linn 6-2: Kaeanna Boies and Meghan Daniels scored easy wins at No. 2 and 3 singles and the Olympians swept all four doubles matches to take the win against the Lions.
Singles– Riddle (WL) def Vlahandreas (Sp) 6-0, 6-1; Boies (Sp) def Casad (WL) 6-1, 6-0; Daniels (Sp) def Kunstel (WL) 6-1, 6-1; Basak (WL) def Schmelling (Sp) 1-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-6).
Doubles– Young/Mann (Sp) def Conrad/Broadhurst (WL) 6-2, 6-4; Mattison/Warner (Sp) def Keele/Olson (WL) 6-3, 6-2; Schmelling/Luk (Sp) def Maclaughlin/Walker (WL) 6-0, 6-0; Coursey/Boman (Sp) def McFadden/Minnick (WL) 6-0, 6-0.
Stayton d. South Albnay 7-1
Oregon State 6, San Francisco 5
Wednesday’s late box score
Pulido, Lee (3), Mott (5), Delong (7), Graff (8), Hibberd (8), Cox (8) and Camberos. Starr, Jackson (5), Engelbrekt (8) and Esposito, Rodriguez. Win– Jackson (3-0). Loss– Lee (0-2). Save– Egenlbrekt (4). 2B– Keyes.
Records: Oregon State (16-1), San Francisco (7-9).
Oregon 10, Texas State 4
Wednesday’s late box score
Hallon Quist, Williams (4), Humpal (4), Hart (5), Finnegan (6), Lemke (7), Boes (8) and Pearson. Wiper, Spencer (3), Johnson (5), Smith (6), Preistley (7), Crum (8), Hunter (9) and Chase. Win– Spencer (2-0). Loss- Williams (0-3). 2B– Sah, Mattlage, Healy, Thomas, Baymgartner, Chase.
Records: Oregon (13-5), Texas State (5-12).
: The 23rd-ranked Beavers split their doubleheader with the Lobos, falling 5-3 in the first game before battling back in the second to win 5-4.
Ally Kutz hit the game-winning home run in the win and Dani Gilmore homered in the loss for OSU.
Oregon State: Beavers safety Steven Christian has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA.
Christian is a transfer from Hawaii, where he missed the 2009 and 2011 seasons due to hip injuries. Oregon State submitted a waiver to the NCAA claiming that both seasons were lost due to to circumstances beyond Christian’s control.
Christian played in seven games last season for the Beavers, recording five tackles, one interception and a forced fumble.
Willamette: Ryan Kukula was named Northwest Conference athlete of the week after winning the Pacific Invitational on Saturday.
Kukula trailed by three after the first round, but shot a pair of 74s to win the tournament by one stroke.
Oregon 10-4, New Mexico 0-0: The Ducks shut out the Lobos twice Wednesday to open their home schedule.
Janie Takeda hit a three-run home run and Jessica Moore tossed a one-hitter as Oregon prevailed 10-0.
In the nightcap, Cheridan Hawkins struck out 13 in 61/3 innings and Takeda had two hits as the Ducks won 4-0.
TRACK AND FIELD
Oregon: Robert Johnson has been named women’s NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Coach of the Year by the USTFCCCA.
The Ducks won their fourth consecutive NCAA indoor title. Oregon joined LSU (1993-97) as the only other program to win at least four consecutive team titles.
The honor is the fourth in a row for the school and third straight for Johnson. Vin Lananna won the award in 2010.
— Statesman Journal