It took the Gig Harbor High School baseball team two bus trips over the Narrows Bridge, but after rain delayed their first meeting the Tides’ secured a 1-0 win over 4A Narrows host Yelm on Thursday.
Resuming in the bottom of the third inning from Wednesday, the game remained scoreless with Yelm only threating a runner on third to close the fifth.
That's when Gig Harbor closer Alex Harrison took the mound. He held the Tornados to one hit and four strikeouts for the win.
With one out in the seventh inning, Tides sophomore second baseman Cameron MacIntosh drove in the game-winning run with a single.
Todd Beamer 6, Mount Rainier 5: With five strikeouts over the final four innings, Titans junior pitcher Brycen Allen held Mount Rainier (5-7; 2-6 4A SPSL Northwest) to no hits to clinch the home victory.
Beamer senior infielder Ben Arata had two of the Titans’ (10-3, 7-2 4A SPSL Northwest) eights hits and scored once.
Charles Wright 6, Vashon Island 5: Henry Cheney hit a grand slam in the second inning and scored three times overall to help clinch the 1A Nisqually victory over host Vashon. The Pirates won the first game of the doubleheader, 9-3.
Kentlake 2, Tahoma 0: Senior Colin Cinkovich had two of Kentlake's four hits and drove in both runs to seal the road win over the Bears.
Despite outhitting Kentlake*4-8; 3-6 4A SPSL Northeast), Tahoma (8-6; 4-5) left five batters on base (with three in scoring position) from its six-hit effort. Tahoma senior catcher Cooper Larson had two hits.
Auburn 14, Peninsula 10: Junior center fielder Dillon O'Grady hit a sixth-inning home run as the Trojans rallied from a 7-all tie to win. O'Grady had three hits overall and drove in five runs.