On the softball diamond….

Here’s this morning’s softball action. This weekend is a bit lighter on the schedule, with most teams off this weekend, but a couple of teams with local players have headed out of town to take on regional foes. Wrapping up the Saturday scores:

Absolute Blast ’00 14’s 3, Fresno Force 0: A Cedarcrest High School freshman found herself as part of another no-hitter for the Woodinville-based Blast as they blanked a California foe at a tournament down in Anaheim. Cassidy Derieg teamed up with Jasmine “Jazz” Zenk, from Mountlake Terrace, on the no-no; Zenk started and worked four innings, then Derieg finished it off, striking out one in her one inning. She also went 1-2. Fellow CHS frosh Elaine Townley went 0-2, while MSHS freshman Lexi Wetherbee added a hit to pace the Blast.

Northwest Ladysharks 16’s Hagen 15, Strike Zone Nevada 2: Mount Si junior Rose Vogt went 2-2, drove in two runs and scored two more as the Kirkland-based Ladysharks blasted their Las Vegas-based foes in a tournament down in Salem, OR.

Absolute Blast ’00 14’s 9, Central California Dirt Dogs 0: Townley allowed three hits in her four innings in the circle, striking out four, as the Blast took care of business in a big way. She also added a hit and drove in a run to pace the Woodinville team. Derieg walked twice and scored two runs, while Wetherbee went 0-3.

Northwest Ladysharks 16’s Hagen 10, Oregon Panthers 2: Vogt had a hit, scored a run and drove in another to pace the ‘Sharks to the win over the Oregon team down in Salem.

Las Vegas Blast 4, Absolute Blast ’00 14’s 3: Derieg allowed three runs on seven hits with one walk in her pitching outing for the Blast; she also went 1-2 as the Eastside team fell to the Nevada-based club. Wetherbee added a hit and run scored to the cause, while Townley, despite going 0-2, drove in a run.

There is local action as well.

Issaquah team goes winless: The Issaquah Flame Moe 14U team went 0-3 in yesterday’s action at the September Final tournament going on in Kent. Flame Moe features Valley eighth-grader Hailey Hoke.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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