Tillamook Softball broke it's 3 game losing streak on Monday, beating Valley Catholic 9-7.
The Cheesemakers got an early lead, up 4-1 by the end of the 4th inning, including an in the park home run.
Valley Catholic gave Tillamook a scare, scoring several runs in later innings, but it wasn't enough.
Tillamook and Valley Catholic will face each other twice more in the last two weeks of the season. Tomorrow will be the first rematch, this time with Valley Catholic hosting. The game starts at 5pm.
Tillamook sits at an overall 4-11 record, 2-7 in league play. This places them in 5th place in the Cowapa League.
Tuesday and Wednesday brought mixed success for softball in Tillamook County.
Tuesday saw Neah Kah Nie host Knappa, Tillamook host Astoria, and Nestucca host Gaston. All three away teams proved to be too much of a match for the local schools.
Neah Kah Nie 3 vs 14 Knappa
Nestucca 3 vs 14 Gaston
Tillamook 1 vs 15 Astoria
Wednesday saw Neah Kah Nie travel to Delphain, while Tillamook hosted Seaside. Both teams saw better results, both getting wins.
Tillamook 12 vs 2 Seaside
Neah Kah Nie 14 vs 1 Delphain
Tillamook dominated the Cowapa League Tournament, taking 1st by a wide margin.
TILLAMOOK Individual Results:
106Isaias Loza (26-10) placed 3rd and scored 11.00 team points.