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2007 NWAACC Softball Championship- Games 17-20

Game 17
Wenatchee Valley 18-17-1 (5)
Grays Harbor 2-8-2
W- York
L- Sutera
WVC- Keffler, Hess, Wyatt, York

Wenatchee Valley overpowered Grays Harbor hitting four homeruns to survive in the winners' bracket. Grays Harbor finished their first tournament appearance in 22 years with their heads high proud of their accomplishments of the season. Head Coach Tom Sutera said "the kids didn’t give up. They battled every inning and got a few hits."

Grays Harbor ends their season 17-13, 17-25.

Game 18
Spokane 12-9-2 (6 inn)
Everett 4-7-2
W- Coulter
L- Palmer

HR- Dilworth (CCS), Purser (CCS).

The Trojans had a tough day against the Sasquatch. The game was close when Spokane went on a tear in the sixth inning to go up 8 runs to end the game. Head Coach Mandi Johnson was clearly disappointed that the Trojans were unable to advance. “It’s always hard when you don’t expect to go home this early,” state Johnson. The Northern Region champs had a great season finishing 33-3, 45-12.

Game 19
Bellevue 4-10-2
Columbia Basin 3-5-3
W- Miller
L- Glaspie
HR- Lokken (CBC).

The Bulldogs got all their runs in the top of the first inning to rattled the Hawks who were unable to overcome the early Bulldog attack. Columbia Basin Head Coach Kelly Richards told his team they “gotta hit” to get back into the game. Jamie Lokken responded with a homerun, but that was not enough.

Columbia Basin finishes the season 15-13, 20-26.

Game 20
Peninsula 5-8-2
Walla Walla 6-5-0
W- Rivera
S- Jones
HR-Adams (WWCC).

The Warriors survived a tough Peninsula team on the strength of a two-run homerun by Amy Adams in the third inning. Peninsula finishes their season 22-14, 27-19.

Saturday’s Results
Wenatchee Valley 18, Grays Harbor 2 (5)
Spokane 12, Everett 4 (6)
Bellevue 4, Columbia Basin 3
Walla Walla 6, Peninsula 5


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