The Moscow Blue Devils started strong and withstood a late rally from visiting Coeur d’Alene to win 10-7 in Game 1 of a doubleheader at Bear Field on Tuesday. The Lumbermen took the second game 11-6.

In the first game, Barrett Abendroth led the Moscow offense with three hits, while Hayden Thompson and Ryan Delusa chipped in two apiece. Kyle Lynas belted a double.

Coeur d’Alene continued its momentum from late in Game 1 to reel off the first seven runs of Game 2 over the course of the first three innings. The Blue Devils (8-3) struck back with a six-run showing in the bottom of the third, but failed to score again for the remainder of that game.


Coeur d’Alene.001 012 3—7 7 1

Moscow.........351 010 x—1010 0

Dylan Hess, Cam Martindale (5) and Lucas Erickson. Mac Hagenbaugh, Hayden Thompson (1), Ryan Delusa (7) and Chad Redinger.

Coeur d’Alene hits — Kolby Cleave, Drew Stockham 2, Lucas Erickson, Owen Benson, Cal Carol, Ryan Schneider (2B).

Moscow hits — Redinger, Hagenbaugh, Thompson 2, Barrett Abendroth 3, Delusa 2, Kyle Lynas (2B).


Coeur d’Alene.322 102 1—11 14 2

Moscow..........006 000 0—6 6 3

Zach Garza, Owen Benson (3), Ryan Schneider (5) and Drew Stockham. Barrett Abendroth, Isaac Staszkow (3) and Braden Morris.

Coeur d’Alene hits — Cooper Larson 3 (2B), Garza, Stockham, Alex Walker 3, Schneider 2, Rimpov 2 (2B).

Moscow hits — Dalton Conway, Chad Redinger, Mack Hagenbaugh, CJ Anderson, Morris, Staszkow (2B).

Lewis-Clark Twins 14-13, Hodgen Distributing 1-3

Palouse Patriots 8, Shadle Park 0

SPOKANE — Nate Akesson threw 10 strikeouts and allowed no hits through his five innings pitched to help the traveling Palouse Patriots shut out 3A Spokane league foe Shadle Park at Al K. Jackson Field.

Mitch LaVielle led the way at the plate with three hits as eight Patriots recorded one or more base hits. They improved their season record to 3-1.

Palouse 001 031 3—8 14 2

Shadle Park 000 000 0—0 2 1

Nate Akesson, Peyton Kallaher (6) and Tristan Wilson. Braeden Metler, Jeremiah Smith (6) and Ryan Rose.

Palouse hits — Konner Kinkade, Kallaher 2 (2B), Akesson 2 (2B), Reece Chadwick 2 (2B), Mitch Lavielle 3 (2B), Jackson Horner (2B), Wilson 2 (2B), Connor Green.

Shadle Park hits — Ethan Tugh, Miguel Resendiz-Stowe (2B).


Cougar rowing announces incoming class

Washington State rowing will welcome its largest class in program history as 17 women have committed to join the Cougars in fall 2019, head coach Jane LaRiviere announced Tuesday.

“I’m extremely excited about the class of incoming Cougars we have assembled,” LaRiviere said. “This is the largest group of newcomers and they are all awesome people, and together they will address needs at all levels. We have a mixture of young women that I think can contribute to our top end speed in their first year, women that can fill gaps in our NCAA boats, and women that with a little more development will be real assets for years to come. Our coaching staff of Karl Huhta, Brandon Campbell, and Dave Kempsell worked very hard to recruit and bring this group together, and they did a great job. I can’t wait to have these young women all here in August and to get them going.”


Cougar swimming announces signing class

A 12-member class will arrive at WSU this fall and compete in the 2019-20 season for the WSU women’s swim team, coach Matt Leach announced Tuesday.

Erin Harvey is transferring to WSU from Oregon State, while Michee van Rooyen was a national-level freestyler in South Africa, and Mia Zahab was a finalist at Canada’s Senior Nationals and Junior Championships. Riley Fidler, Erin Harnum Mikaela Kirton, Kate Laderoute, Sierra Ortiz, Ku’ulei Patterson, Corinne Pelzer, Hilary Petersen and Jewel Springer come to the Cougs from the high school and club level.


More national honors for Coffey, Johnson

Idaho football’s duo of Cade Coffey and Noah Johnson were each named to their second preseason All-America team Tuesday, as Coffey and Johnson were both selected to the Athlon Sports 2019 Preseason All-America First Team.

The pair was also honored by HERO Sports last week, with Johnson landing on the first team and Coffey on the second team.

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