MOSES LAKE — Cinco de Mayo, Sophomore Day, RBI single, run scored — pick one, it was all good for Big Bend sophomore Daniel Ochoa from Moses Lake.
MOSES LAKE — In the NWAC East, there's No. 2 Yakima Valley (36-6, 18-2 NWAC East) and there's No. 6 Spokane (29-9, 16-4) and then there's the rest.
After a slow start during Game 1 on the road at Walla Walla, the Big Bend bats awoke during Game 2 as the Vikings recovered from an early loss by pounding out 13 hits in the nightcap and rolling over the Warriors, 12-5.
MOSES LAKE — Anyway you look at it, the numbers just didn’t add up in Big Bend’s favor in Saturday’s NWAC East doubleheader with Yakima Valley.
Daulton Kvenvold finally slid in under a tag safely, having been thrown out at second base twice, eluding the sweep of Blue Mountain catcher Dustin Durflinger to score in the bottom of the seventh inning in the second game of Wednesday’s NWAC doubleheader.