CBC 7-9, Spokane 1-2: Hawks’ shortstop Ryan Atkinson
blasted a home run in both games of Columbia Basin College’s NWAACC
doubleheader sweep Wednesday at Spokane. Atkinson hit a two-run home run
to put the Hawks up 2-0 in the third inning of a 10-1 win and then
cranked out a three-run shot in the sixth inning of Game 2. He finished
with six RBIs on the day.
Braden Wolgamott also hit one out for Columbia Basin, going 2-for-3 with three RBIs and two runs.
goal has been to get better throughout the year. We’ve been
competitive,” CBC skipper Chris Staton said. “We’ve now won four in a
row. That’s huge, because if we end up tied for third, then we own the
Pitching was also a key factor for the Hawks, who got
strong starts from Chad Bettinson and Brandon Call, who each allowed
just one run over seven innings before the bullpen went to work.
was great. That was his best outing of the year,” Staton said. “He was
throwing all three of his pitches for strikes and letting his defense do
CBC 002 010 130 — 7 10 1
Spokane 000 100 000 — 1 5 1
Bettinson, Ethan Cantu (8), Steven Danek (9) and Braden Wolgamott;
Loomis, Johnson (8) and Allen. Highlights—Ryan Atkinson (CBC) HR, 2 RBI;
Wolgamott (CBC) 2x3, HR, 3 RBI, 2R; Seth Lochridge (CBC) 2B; Gonzalez
(S) 2B; Bartleson (S) 2x3, 2B.
CBC 020 104 002 — 9 13 1
Spokane 000 001 001 — 2 9 3
Call, Nathan Clark (8) and Roletto; McGlocklin, Franklin (7) and Allen.
Highlights—Atkinson (CBC) HR, 4 RBI; Travis Key (CBC) 2x3; Dalton
Johnson (CBC) 2x4; Craig Jorgenson (CBC) 2x2; Driessen (S) 2x4.
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