Washington State’s quarterback competition continued Saturday, without much clarity, as the Cougars staged their second scrimmage of spring football drills.

Trey Tinsley passed for 169 yards and three touchdowns, perhaps offsetting whatever edge Anthony Gordon had taken in practice two days earlier. Gordon threw for 202 yards and two TDs in the scrimmage but was also intercepted three times.

Those two seem to be leading the pack, but Camm Cooper, John Bledsoe and Gunner Cruz all saw significant action. Still being held from live action is graduate transfer Gage Gubrud.

Kassidy Woods caught six passes for 120 yards, Renard Bell racked up 90 yards on two receptions, while Easop Winston Jr. and Mitchell Quinn made six catches apiece.

Intercepting Gordon once each were Daniel Isom, Justus Rogers and George Hicks III. Dominic Silvels tallied two sacks while Nnamdi Oguayo, Dallas Hobbs and Skyler Thomas had one apiece.

RUSHING — Clay Markoff 6-21, Anthony Gordon 4-17, Max Borghi 4-11, Blessing Leiato 3-8, Cole Dubots 2-5, John Bledsoe 1-3, Camm Cooper 3-(-8).

PASSING — Trey Tinsley 14-24-0-169, Anthony Gordon 13-23-3-202, Camm Cooper 10-16-0-159, John Bledsoe 7-9-0-55, Gunner Cruz 9-12-0-76.

RECEIVING — Kassidy Woods 6-120, Easop Winston Jr. 6-56, Mitchell Quinn 6-47, Rodrick Fisher 5-47, Brandon Gray 5-51, Brandon Arconado 4-72, Tay Martin 4-48, Cole Dubots 3-46, Travell Harris 3-44, Renard Bell 2-90, Dezmon Patmon 2-25, Clay Markoff 2-6, Blessing Leiato 2-6, Calvin Jackson Jr. 2-2, Max Borghi 1-1.


Pullman 2, Clarkston 1

Pullman dominated early en route to victory over Great Northern League rival Clarkston.

Will Konkel assisted both Greyhound goals, which were kicked in the first half by Won-Kwan Kim and Jaxon Patrick respectively.

“We were effective in the first half,” said Pullman coach Doug Winchell. “I think we got a little tired in the second.”

Clarkston (8-3, 2-2 GNL) received its lone goal early in the second, courtesy of Steve Baiye with an assist from brother Theo.

“That second half, it was a lot of pressure — a lot of chaos. We were playing a sophomore and a freshman goalkeeper both seeing their first varsity outing with our starters out for a while,” continued Winchell, referring to keepers Tom Cole and Max Wolsborn, who combined for eight saves. “Those kids were nervous, and Clarkston’s big and fast, so they held it together pretty well.”

The Hounds (4-7, 3-1) move to second in league standings, and will top the league outright should they win their remaining four contests.

Pullman 2 0—2

Clarkston 0 1—1

Pullman — Won-Kwan Kim (Will Konkel), 18th.

Pullman — Jaxon Patrick (Konkel), 31st.

Clarkston — Steve Baiye (Theo Baiye), 59th.

Shots — Pullman 10, Clarkston 10.

Saves — Pullman: Cole 5, Wolsborn 3; Clarkston: Alessandro Italia 8.


Prairie 6-7, Troy 0-0

Prairie got a pair of prime pitching displays from Tate Berdoy and Spencer Schumacher, the latter of whom tossed a no-hitter.

The Pirates shut out Whitepine League foe Troy in each tilt of a doubleheader at Lewiston’s Airport Park — 6-0 and 7-0.

Berdoy fanned 13 and “70 percent” of his tosses were in the zone, said coach Kyle Westhoff, whose team moved to 4-0, 3-0 in league.

Schumacher whiffed 12 in his four-inning no-no, and only faced one more Troy batter than the minimum.

“We’ve talked about how efficiency is going to be key, and both kept their pitch counts down,” Westhoff said. “They have a lot of experience, and they’re pretty refined in what they do. They just pump strikes.”

In two games, Trojan batters reached base nine times.

As for Prairie’s offense, Westhoff said “it’s clear we haven’t been outside much, but it got a bit better in the second game,” when the Pirates had 10 hits.

Schumacher, Sam Mager, Chase Kaschmitter and Berdoy logged three hits apiece.


Troy 000 00—0 4 1

Prairie 203 01—6 5 0

Darrick Baier, Grayson Foster (4) and Reece Sanderson. Tate Berdoy, Sam Mager (6) and Dalton Ross.

Troy hits — Matthew Spencer, John McShane (2B), D. Baier, Zachary MacPherson.

Prairie hits — S. Mager (2B), Spencer Schumacher 2 (2B), Chase Kaschmitter 2.


Prairie 100 14—7 10 0

Troy 000 0x—0 0 3

S. Schumacher and S. Mager. Mack Hagenbaugh, Matt Groseclose (5) and R. Sanderson.

Prairie hits — Owen Anderson 2, T. Berdoy 3, S. Mager 2, S. Schumacher, Dean Johnson, C. Kaschmitter.

Troy hits — none.


Potlatch 9-19, Troy 6-4

POTLATCH — Sarah Gutscher tallied three hits and drove in as many runs as Potlatch run-ruled Troy 19-4 to cap a Whitepine League sweep.

The Loggers won the opener 9-6.


Potlatch 402 30—9 10 5

Troy 112 02—6 7 0

Larson, Lynas (3) and Prather. Weller and Clemm.

Potlatch hits — Lynas 3, Larson 2 (2B), Montgomery, McKinney 2 (2B), Whitney, Chambers.

Troy hits — Gilder, Doumit 2 (2B), Weller, Dunworth, Grove 2.


Troy 022—4 4 3

Potlatch 865—19 14 1

Weller, Doumit (3) and Clemm. Larson, Lynas (2) and Prather.

Troy hits — Gilder, Lanier, Clemm, Dunworth.

Potlatch hits — Beckner, Lynas 3 (2B), Larson, Montgomery, Prather, Gutscher 3, Whitney 2, Chambers 2.

Colfax 5-7, Liberty 4-12

PULLMAN — Colfax’s Justice Brown and Kyla Hansen hit homers, and Helina Hahn added a triple to propel the Bulldogs to a win over Liberty of Spangle in Game 1 of a late-reported doubleheader Friday night.

In the second game, Liberty’s Cheyanne Gleave hit for the cycle, forcing a series split.


Liberty 102 100 0—4 10 3

Colfax 023 000 x—5 4 2

Cheyanne Gleave and Lexi Kettner. Jorja Koerner and Riane Jones.

Liberty hits — Maizy Fettwell 3 (2-2B), Emma Hollwegner (2-2B), Sara Hartman 2, Jaiden Stephens, C. Gleave, Madison Greer.

Colfax hits — Justice Brown (HR), Kyla Hansen (HR), Helina Hahn (3B), J. Koerner.


Liberty 200 432 1—12 9 0

Colfax 210 103 0— 7 9 4

Jaiden Stephens and Emma Hollwegner. Justice Brown, Delaney Imler (4), J. Koerner (5) and Harper Booth.

Liberty hits — C. Gleave 4 (HR, 3B, 2B), Lexi Kettner (3B), Maizy Fettwell 3 (2B), S. Hartman.

Colfax hits — Riane Jones 2, Perry Imler 2, Abby Lobdell 2, J. Koerner, Anni Cox, Shyah Antoine.


Pullman competes at prestigious Pasco Invite

PASCO — Adrian Thomas paced the Pullman boys by placing fifth in the 110 hurdles, with teammate Eliason Kabasenche taking sixth in a competitive 1,600 race and Dylan Hodge seventh in the long jump. Kabasenche shattered his personal record by almost four seconds, clocking 4 minutes, 18.87 seconds.

Peyton Teevens of the Pullman girls ran to eighth in the 300 hurdles (and tied for nonplacing ninth in the high jump), while Ryan Hyatt made a big leap in the 3,200 while taking 11th.

Pullman placers


300 hurdles — 8, Peyton Teevens, Pul, 47.33.


1600 — 6, Eliason Kabasenche, Pul, 4:18.87.

110 hurdles — 5, Adrian Thomas, Pul, 15.24.

Long jump — 7, Dylan Hodge, Pul, 21-2¾.

Three get runner-up honors

SPOKANE — Cameron Hiatt of Colfax and Pullman athletes Kylie Franklin and Abdullah Islam scored second-place medals at the Van Kuren Invitational at Spokane Falls Community College.

Area placers

Unofficial and incomplete


200 — 7, Naomi Michaels, Log, 28.56.

1600 — 7, Clara Anderson, Log, 5:42.68.

2000 steeplechase — 2, Kylie Franklin, Pul, 8:05.21.

1600 relay — 5, Logos 4:44.73.


3200 — 5, Rudy Christianson, Log, 11:37.86.

2000 steeplechase — 6, August Igielski, Log, 7:14.73.

1600 relay — 4, Colfax 3:43.40.

Pole vault — 6, Nigel Mumford, Pul, 9-0.

Long jump — 2, Cameron Hiatt, Colf, 20-6. 6, Gabe Ahmann, Colf, 19-9. 8, Abdullah Islam, Pul, 19-7.

Triple jump — 2, Abdullah Islam, Pul, 40-5.


WSU takes six individual titles at Pelluer Invitational

CHENEY — Washington State’s Kaitlin Krouse defended her crown as the reigning discus champ at the Pelluer Invitational on Saturday.

Krouse hefted the discus a season-best 149 feet, 4 inches to notch one of six individual victories for the Cougars at the event.

WSU top three


1500 — 1, Beatty, WSU, 4:54.60. 2, Schlepp, WSU, 4:57.57.

High jump — 1, Pace, WSU, 5-5. 2, Peffers, WSU, 5-3. 3, Overby, WSU, 5-3.

Shot put — 1, Brown, WSU, 46-10¼.

Discus — 1, Krouse, WSU, 149-4.

Hammer throw — 3, Bell, WSU, 166-3.


High jump — 2, Sheeran, WSU, 6-2¾.

Pole vault — 2, Englar, WSU 16-4¾.

Hammer throw — 1, Brown, WSU, 190-9.

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