Another no-no for Nate

Weeldreyer silences TJ as Auburn Mountainview rolls to 11-0 win

Auburn Mountainview’s Nate Weeldreyer tossed his second no-hitter of the season Wednesday night, striking out 13 of the 17 batters he faced as the Lions routed Thomas Jefferson 11-0 in a five-inning North Puget Sound League Olympic Division game on Lea Hill.

The game was called early because of the 10-run rule.

The Lions moved to 8-3 in league, two games back of Olympic-leading Federal Way, and 9-8 overall. The Raiders dropped to 1-9 and 1-12.

Weeldreyer, a Purdue-bound right-hander, threw his first no-hitter, striking out 19 and walking none, to lead Auburn Mountainview past Auburn Riverside 2-0 on March 19.

On Wednesday, Weeldreyer was solid again. Forty-five of his 65 pitches were strikes. He walked one.

Auburn Mountainview scored six runs in the first inning, with Kamana Nahaku, Grant Harris, Nick Dublinski and Cooper White each driving in a run.

Vicente Feliciano blasted a home run in the fourth inning.

Nahaku, Willis Cresswell and Jackson Ulrich doubled. Feliciano, Harris and Dublinski each had two hits.

Ben Healey took the loss for TJ. He lasted four innings, allowing 11 hits and 11 runs while striking out one.

Elsewhere

Auburn Riverside 7, at Decatur 2: Sophomore Brett Harvey threw five shutout innings and Logan Moore drove in two runs as the Ravens (5-6, 8-9) defeated the Gators (4-6, 6-9) in NPSL Olympic play at Federal Way.

Harvey allowed two hits and struck out four. Jeff Ason pitched the last two innings.

Dylan Grenz went 4-for-5, including a double and an RBI, for Auburn Riverside.

Ty Emmons and Cade Foster each had an RBI. Emmons and Shea Effertz each had two hits.

At Todd Beamer 3, Auburn 2: Willy Hernandez’s walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted the Titans (4-7, 5-10) past the Trojans (4-7, 4-12) in an NPSL Olympic game.

Connor Howat doubled in a run, and Rhett Stein drove in two runs for Auburn.

Leadoff Evan Jilbert went 3-for-4, with two doubles, for the Trojans.

Colton Anardi took the loss in relief of starter Carter Casad.


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