Auburn Riverside’s Dylan Ostler takes aim at the strike zone during NPSL Olympic Division play against Federal Way on Wednesday. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Ravens come up short to Eagles in division showdown

  • Thursday, April 20, 2017 12:27pm
  • Sports

Auburn Riverside dropped a pair of North Puget Sound League Olympic Division baseball games to front-running Federal Way this week.

The Ravens lost 10-4 to the visiting Eagles on Wednesday, a day after dropping a 1-0 decision at Federal Way.

Federal Way improved to 10-2 in the division, 12-3 overall. Auburn Riverside dropped to 8-4 and 11-6.

On Wednesday, Kenny Miller, Caden Morgan, Alex Sugi and Nick Lancaster each drove in a run for the Ravens. Dylan Ostler took the loss, allowing six hits and six runs while striking out seven in 6 1/3 innings of work.

On Tuesday, Brandon Ponce drove in the game’s only run in the sixth inning.

Sugi had the Ravens’ only hit in the game.

The Eagles’ Calvin Turchin struck out eight in seven scoreless innings. Nick Lancaster also threw a gem for the Ravens, allowing three hits and striking out 10.

Elsewhere:

At Auburn 5, Enumclaw 1: Cameron Antee went 2-for-3, doubled and scored twice as the Trojans (4-7, 5-9) defeated the Hornets (4-7, 6-7) on Wednesday. Carter Casad got the win.

At Auburn Mountainview 7, Decatur 0: Michael Kramer drove in three runs as the Lions (6-5, 9-6) beat the Gators (3-8, 3-11) on Tuesday. Alex McBee threw six hitless innings, striking out 13 for the Lions.

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