place third at St. Maries
The Camas Prairie Zephyrs Senior Babe Ruth team took third place at the St. Maries Wooden Bat Tournament this past weekend.
They played 5 games in less than 48 hours, winning two of them with C.J. Rieman picking up both wins.
On Friday evening they defeated St. Maries 6-0 with Rieman giving up just 3 hits and not runs while striking out 8 in a game shortened to 6 innings by the 2-hour time limit. Wade Peterson scored 2 runs for the Zephyrs. Collecting 1 hit each were Brayden Healey, Gene Fogelman, Rieman, Glen Caldwell and Jason Seloske.
On Saturday morning they faced Prairie of Post Falls and lost 4-5. Aaron Bruening pitched 4 solid innings in relief allowing 6 hits and 3 earned runs. Stephen Key led the team with two hits including a leadoff double that led to a 2-run fifth inning. Peterson had a double while Healey, Fogelman, Bruening, Doug Cole and Caldwell each had a single.
They lost another 1-run decision to Silver Valley of Kellogg in their third game, 2-3. Fogelman pitched an outstanding 8 innings allowing just 5 hits and 2 earned runs, 3 runs in all. Fogelman battled Silver Valley’s ace pitch for pitch and ended up losing on what coach Ryan Peterson called questionable calls by the umpires. Healey and Fogelman each had 2 singles for the Zephyrs while Key, Rieman, Peterson and Caldwell had 1 hit each.
In their third game on Saturday the Zephyrs had their only tough outing of the tournament as they lost 9-16 to Coeur d’Alene. Breuning had 4 RBI and Fogelman scored 3 runs. Bruening had a double while Healey, Ronnie Chandler, Fogelman, Key, Cole, Peterson, Caldwell and Phillip Henry each had a single.
On Sunday morning they faced Coeur d’Alene again in the 3rd-4th place game. Rieman pitched 7 strong innings allowing just 3 hits and 1 earned run with 7 strikeouts and 3 walks. All this on just 1 day’s rest from his 6 inning outing on Friday.
Peterson and Bruening each had an RBI. The Zephyrs managed just 4 hits themselves with Bruening collecting 2 singles while Fogelman and Healey each had 1 hit.
The Zephyrs are at Moscow for two games Friday, June 30 starting at 6 p.m.
8-Lewiston here, 3 and 5 p.m.
14-at Lewiston, 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
15-Clarkston, McCall, here, times TBA
16-Clarkston or Lewiston, time TBA
18 or 19-State Tournament at Lewiston. Teams: Lewiston, Moscow, Camas Prairie, McCall, Boise, Nampa and Twin Falls.
26-30-Regional Tournament at Calgary, Canada.
Calling all runners!
Escape the summer heat and exercise your feet by signing up for our annual Raspberry Festival 10K Fun Run or 5K Cake Walk on Sunday, Aug. 6, on the grounds of the historic Monastery of St. Gertrude in beautiful Cottonwood, ID.
Event name: Raspberry Festival 10K Fun Run and 5K Cake Walk
Race info: Scenic paved course over slight rolling hills offers cool breezes and stunning views of Seven Devils, Camas Prairie, Gospel Hump and Buffalo Hump wilderness areas. Race is followed by the 14th annual Raspberry Festival on the grounds of the Monastery of St. Gertrude. So, bring your family along to enjoy fresh raspberry shortcake, BBQ beef sandwiches, live music, antique car show, arts & crafts festival, quilt show, and more! (Showers available for runners.)
All proceeds to benefit The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude, celebrating 75 years of preserving the past for the future.
Date: Sunday, Aug. 6, 2006 (first Sunday in August)
Start time: 8 a.m.
Start location: The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude (next to monastery)
465 Keuterville Road, Cottonwood, ID, 83522
3 miles west of Cottonwood, ID, off Highway 95
To register online: www.signmeup.com/54573
Contact: Lyle Wirtanen, Museum Director
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude
465 Keuterville Road
Cottonwood, ID 83522
Phone: (208) 962-2050