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Updated: July 22, 2017 @ 5:35 am
MELBA 11, GLENNS FERRY 0: Jessica Riley drove in three runs, and Andrina Webster had a two-run inside-the-park home run, as Melba topped Glenns Ferry in non-conference action.
Sammi Runkle pitched all seven innings for the Mustangs, allowing two hits and striking out 11.
KUNA 8, TIMBERLINE 2: Lindsey Jones drove in two runs, and Rylee Newman had four hits as Kuna won in 5A SIC play.
Newman also earned the complete-game win in the circle for Kuna, pitching seven innings, allowing five hits and striking out four.
Jones, Ivy Hommel and Bella Hernandez all had two hits in the win.
MELBA 18, MARSING 1, 5 INNINGS: Melba scored 10 runs in the first inning and eight in the fourth as Melba won in 2A WIC play.
Andrina Webster and Jerica Hoagland both drove in three runs for the Mustangs, while Peyton Goodman and Jessica Riley each had two RBIs.
Sammi Runkle held Marsing to three hits in five innings, striking out eight Huskies.
It was the 500th career win for Melba coach Don Jamison.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 7, KUNA 6: Rocky Mountain scored the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh inning as Kuna fell in 5A SIC play.
Rylee Newman was 3 for 4 with four RBIs in the loss, while Natalie Rose hit a solo home run for Kuna in the fifth inning.
TIMBERLINE 7-8, KUNA 6-5: Tyler Gossman and Brandon Hernandez had two RBIs for Kuna in the opener, while Kyle McPeak and Ty Gustin drove in a pair of runs in the nightcap, but Kuna was swept by Timberline in a 5A SIC doubleheader.
MELBA 15, MARSING 10: Tim Reinertson, Eli Bangerter and Cameron Goetz all had three RBIs as Melba took a 2A WIC win.
Braden Dunn drove in two runs for the Mustangs.
TRACK AND FIELD
Melba girls win 2A WIC championship
Emma Clark won three events Wednesday as the Melba girls track and field team won the 2A Western Idaho Conference championship.
Clark cleared 10 feet to win the pole vault, had a distance of 17-02 to win the long jump and was victorious in the triple jump with a distance of 35-04.
She also had a time of 12.93 seconds in the 100-meter finals to finish second.
Melba finished with 196 points as a team, as Cole Valley Christian was second with 112 and Nampa Christian third with 109.
Jordan Dayley swept the hurdles for Melba, winning the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.84 seconds and the 300-meter hurdles in 52.56.
Cole Valley Christian won the boys team title with 169 points, one ahead of second-place Nampa Christian.
Drew Howerzyl won thre events for Nampa Christian, winning the high jump with a height of 5-10, the long jump with a distance of 19-09 and the triple jump with a distance of 40-09.5.
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