HIGH SCHOOL ROUND-UP: Spring sports punching tickets to state
CLARKSTON, WA —
CLARKSTON VS. PULLMAN – In a game that came down to the wire, the Pullman Greyhounds not only won the 2018 Great Northern League title, but they also earned a ticket to the state title tournament, beating Clarkston 2-1.
Pullman lead 1-0 in the second half, then Clarkston’s Theo Baiye tied the game with 12-minutes remaining.
With the game looking like it’d go into overtime, off a corner kick, Pullman’s Mike Larson hit a header with less than two-minutes left for the go ahead lead.
In the waning seconds, Clarkston looked like they had a chance, but Pullman’s Braden Patrick got the goal that would end the game.
Hounds finished as regular season and tournament GNL champions.
Clarkston will play a play-in game for state.
The Genesee Bulldogs beat the Pirate Pirates, winning the White Pine softball title.
Despite the loss, Prairie is still going to state as the 2B seed.
Potlatch beating Kendrick 13-11 mean the Loggers are going to state as the 2C seed.
LEWISTON – 1
COUER D’ALENE – 0
LEWISTON – 1
LAKE CITY – 12
DAVENPORT – 1
ASOTIN - 6
Cinderella wears Lewiston gold and purple.
Bengal baseball is going to state, after beating Post Falls 9-8 on Tuesday.
Going into the postseason, Lewiston went 3-9 in 5a Inland Empire League play, and was the last ranked team in league.
But now they are going back to state for the fifth straight year.
LAPWAI – 11
CLEARWATER VALLEY – 7
PRAIRIE – 14
TROY – 0
KETTLE FALLS – 0
COLFAX – 2