Omak softball scored six runs in the sixth inning to get past Brewster, 10-8, in a Caribou Trail League showdown Monday.
“We struggled early with (Markie) Miller’s rise ball,” Omak coach Rick Duck said. “But we took advantage of some walks to manufacture some runs in the third to stay in the game.”
Rhaney Harris finished with 5 strikeouts and 8 walks while giving up only 4 hits in seven innings.
Miller pitched struck out 13, walked 12 and gave up 5 hits in six innings.
Brewster (8) – Baker 1-4; Sonneman 1-3, 2R; Miller 2-4, 2B; Reyes 1-3, 3R.
Omak (10) – Ken. Duck 1-3, 2R; Zacherle 1-3, 2R; Kruse 1-2, 2R; N. Boyd 1-3, 2B, 2RBI; Jackson 1-3, 2R, 2RBI, 3B.
OKANOGAN – Brooklyn Bauer pitched Okanogan to a 10-1 non-league victory over Almira/Coulee-Hartline on Tuesday.
Bauer pitched a one-hit, seven inning game, while striking out 15 and walking 6.
“It was good to see Brooklyn Bauer pitch so well,” Okanogan coach Darin Radke said. “We hadn’t been able to pitch her lately due to an injury that is better now. She moved the ball around in the zone and changed speeds effectively.”
Okanogan (10) – Bauer 1-3; Moses 2-4, 2B; Norwill 2-4, 2B; Morris 3-4, 2 2B; Townsend 2-4, 2B; Gray 2-4; Erks 2-4; Bryson 2-4.
OROVILLE – Oroville slipped past Lake Roosevelt, 8-5, in a league softball game Tuesday.
In other Central-Washington B League play Tuesday, Bridgeport thumped Manson, 17-6, and Pateros charged past Liberty Bell, 17-1.
League play ends May 19.
HUNTERS – Republic split with Columbia on Tuesday, winning the opener, 15-5, and falling 19-17 in the nightcap.