Manson baseball takes the sting out of Hornets
DSC00895Marcus Bernardo

Senior Marcus Bernardo closed out Manson’s Thursday game against the
Oroville Hornets in the Trojans 16 – 4 victory.

Manson Trojan Baseball League Single-Header vs. Oroville Thursday, April 12th. Manson 16 Oroville 4

The Trojans welcomed the Hornets of Oroville to Singleton Park in Manson for a league single-header on Thursday.

Junior Jose Pascasio climbed the hill for the start and his receiver was freshman Caden Beazley. Pascasio pitched well and threw 2 2/3 innings, giving up 0 runs on 0 hits, using 38 pitches, striking out 4 and walking 0.

The Trojans used 3 different relievers: Eighth grader Alex Solorio who went 1 1/3 innings, and gave up only 1 hit using 17 pitches. Freshman Ryan Gildersleeve tossed 1/3 inning using 24 pitches giving up 2 hits and recording 1 strikeout. And Senior Marcus Bernardo rounded out the relievers completing the game with a 2/3 inning stint, recording 2 strikeouts and giving up 2 hits.

Offensively the Trojans exploded for 16 runs on 10 hits and were in control the entire game. The Trojans were lead again by the hot hitting Avery Thompson who went 3/4 with a triple and just missed a home run with a wood bat.

Thompson, Marcus Bernardo, and Caden Beazley all had 2 RBI’s. Victor Calderon knocked his first hit of the season and Eight grader Conner Clausen pounced on the first pitch of his only at bat and pounded his first career hit as a Trojan.

Trojans with hits were Avery Thompson (3, 3B), Jose Pascasio, Marcus Bernardo (2), Jake Lodwig, Victor Calderon, Caden Beasley, Conner Clausen. The Trojans played outstanding defense and recorded only 1 error. The game’s web gem was turned in by Jose Pascasio at shortstop when he tracked down a tough fly ball into shallow left field and made an impressive sliding catch on his knees.

Pitch counts: Jose Pascasio: 38 Alex Solorio: 17 Ryan Gildersleeve: 24 Marcus Bernardo: 14 The Trojans overall record is 5-3 The Trojan’s next game is a league double-header at Liberty Bell on Saturday, April 14th with a special start time of 1:00 pm. GO TROJANS!!!




CTL GOLF – Chelan v Cascade



Sophomore  Kaylin Boykin is playing some great golf and posted a 111 just three strokes behind teammate Katie Rainville who shot a 108.

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On a sunny but blustery day, Chelan hosted Cascade in what was billed (by me anyhow) as one of our best challenges for league, Chelan shellacked the Kodiaks with the Chelan boys taking team honors 372 to Cascade’s 427, and the Chelan girls once again taking team honors with no team score from Cascade.  Medalist for the boys was Chelan’s Corbin Morley (senior), coming back from a poor showing on Tuesday to finish today with a decisive 82 (42/40).  The next nearest score was from his fellow teammate Miles Grossberg (freshman) who finished with an 88 (44/44).

For the girls, Chelan freshman Katie Rainville continued to show improvement, lowering her best from Tuesday to a 108 (53/55) to again take the girls’ medalist honors.  Close on her heels was Chelan sophomore Kaylin Boykin with a 111.

Once again, I’m just happy to see continued improvement from many of our players as we progress through the season.  We are essentially half done with our season now, and will now be going to away matches with each of the league opponents following our Gamble Sands Invitational that we host next week (boys on Wed., Apr. 18, and girls on Thurs., Apr. 19).


CHELAN TENNIS – Chelan v Omak


Emma McLaren continues to tear up the opponnets on the tennis court as
Chelan’s No. 1 Singles Player.

Boys:  Chelan 3, Omak 2

#1 Singles:  Micah Larson (C) def Chase Grillo 6-0, 6-2
#2 Singles:  Alex Gavin (C) def Adam Hendrick 6-0, 6-1 <Alex has had a great week of singles, both in practice and in today’s match>
#3 Singles:  Joshua Lester (O) def Tyler Higgins 6-2, 7-6 (9-7) <Despite the loss, Tyler played some of his best tennis ever in the 2nd set>
#1 Doubles:  Wyatt Habich/Tobin Wier (C) def Braeden O’Dell/Alex Thornton 6-4, 6-2 <This was a quality win for Wyatt and Tobin over a veteran doubles team>
#2 Doubles:  Simon McCune/Javier Ramirez (O) def Eli Phelps/Steven Williams 7-6, 6-2

The Chelan boys even up their CTL record at 1-1, and improve to 5-2 overall.

 Girls:  Chelan 5, Omak 0
#1 Singles:  Emma McLaren def Lupita Moriel 6-2, 6-0
#2 Singles:  Abby Martin def Emily Little 6-2, 6-1
#3 Singles:  Sydney Hawkins def Samantha Vedders 6-1, 6-1
#1 Doubles:  Sierra Rothlisberger/Madeline Peebles def Jennifer O’Dell/Sydney Hack 6-4, 6-3
#2 Doubles:  Elle Rothlisberger/Katelyn Deal def Sofia Fletcher/Emma Wilson 6-4, 6-1

The Chelan girls stay undefeated at 6-0, and 2-0 in the CTL.

JV wins for Chelan:
Bella Gatzemeier/Nadia VanWechel 8-3
Cailee Parham/Isa Evans 8-2
Lana Fielding/Madison Latter 8-7
Emmalee and Elaine Folsom 8-1

Next up:  Chelan begins a stretch of four straight matches at home vs Cashmere on Tue Apr 17

Author: allthingslakechelan

I have been a journalist, photojournalist and reporter in the Lake Chelan Valley since 1988; first with the Wenatchee World, then 15 years at the Lake Chelan Mirror and another 12 years at GoLakeChelan. Currently, I am semi-retired but can't give up the media gig which is why I started All Things Lake Chelan blog. I also have two social media platforms; allthingslakechelan/facebook and lakechelansportsandrecration/facebook. I am also a professional photographer with many credits with major outlets around the world.

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