Entry fee- $85.00 per player
($5.00 Mulligan option per player)
(Teams Must have 4 players)
Cash Payout to low Gross 1st and 2nd place
Entry Fee includes Lunch
All teams must register and pay in full no later than Tuesday June 10th @ 7pm. Only room for 30 teams. Once all teams are signed up, tournament will be full. Shotgun start at 8:30 am sharp! Plan on being at the course 30 min prior to tee time for registration and rules.
2 Long drive competitions, and 2 Closest to Pin competitions, as well as other on the course opportunities to improve your score and win some gear!
Come out for a day of fun and support your local Cardinal! . Prizes to be awarded and our world famous Raffle for Golf apparel and equipment will wrap up the evening! Get out now, correct your slice and we will see you there!
Contact Todd Van Hee @503-545-3138
By the time the Colton Vikings started making consistent contact against Corbett left-hander Lindsay Miller, it was too late.
Miller tossed a three-hitter with nine strikeouts Thursdays to help carry the Cardinals to a 13-3 victory over the Vikings in the opening round of the OSAA Class 3A softball playoffs at Corbett High School.
Bethany Woodard with 4 for 5 and scored three time to led Corbett’s nine-hit attack as the Cardinals (19-5) advanced to Friday’s quarterfinal to face No. 3-ranked Rainier at Rainier.
The Vikings (13-11) got bounced from the playoffs in the first round for the third consecutive season, falling short in their bid to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 2001.
“We’ve had a good year, really, for where we started,” Colton coach Jim Brochis said. “We had a nice run and I’m really proud of these players. They did an excellent job.”
Corbett scored two run in the first inning, one in the second, and another in the third to open a 4-0 lead, while Miller was busy retiring the first 11 Colton batters she faced in order with seven strikeouts.
Becky Patterson got the Vikings’ first hit with a two-out single on an infield grounder deep to shortstop, but she ended up stranded at first base.
At that point, Colton was in a hole that appeared too deep to climb out of, especially considering the way Miller was throwing.
“It becomes difficult, because then you can’t play the bunt game effectively,” Brochis said. “If we could have kept even with them, then we would have had a much better chance, but Miller pitched a beautiful game.”
In the fourth, the Vikings broke through for a run when Cassondra Neff hit a pop up to shallow right field that the Corbett second baseman misplayed, deflecting the ball into foul territory, allowing Neff to advance to second.
The Cardinals then compounded the miscue with a wild throw to second base that ended up scooting past the left fielder, giving Neff the opportunity to score and cut the deficit to 4-1.
After Corbett added two runs to make it 6-1, the Vikings scored two in the sixth when Caitlyn Weinberger drew a two-out walk, Patterson ripped an RBI-triple to the gap in right-center, and Joslyn Stansfield added an RBI-single, beating out a grounder to shortstop.
The Cardinals then put the game away in the home half of the sixth when they sent 12 batters to the plate and scored seven runs on three hits, two walks, two hit batters, a sacrifice fly, and three Vikings’ errors.
The game ended when Miller got hit by a pitch with two outs and the bases loaded, forcing home the run that invoked the 10-run rule.
“I thought we went in with a good attitude,” said Patterson, the junior pitcher who surrendered nine hits with six walks and five strikeouts. “It was a tough loss, but it was a great season, so I have nothing bad to say about it at all.”
— Jim Beseda / email@example.com
The Cardinal Softball team will host the Colton Vikings today at 5pm @ Corbett HS.
Corbett ended the season with an 18-5 (9-3 in league) overall record and ranked #7 in the OSAA RPI rankings system. Colton, the second place team from the West Valley League, was 13-10 overall (7-3 in league) and ranked #10.
This is an OSAA State Championship playoff game so fans will have to purchase a ticket – Adults – $6 and Students – $4 (Children under 5 are free). Bring your family out and support the Corbett girls on their quest to win a State Championships.
The winner will advance to face the Rainier Colombians tomorrow – Rainier defeated Harrisburg yesterday 7-0. Game site will be Rainier with time a TBA.
Full brackets and other info can be found on the OSAA website at http://www.osaa.org/activities/sbl/management.
The Rangers muster one hit as they drop a 15-4 decision to the Cardinals
by: ESTACADA NEWS: PARKER LEE – Estacadas Skylar Hunter makes a tag at second base during last weeks home loss to 3A Corbett.
The Estacada softball team won its home opener on March 27, but the Rangers couldn’t make it 2-0 on their home turf on Thursday. The Corbett Cardinals were in town and they were in the zone at the plate. They batted their way to a 15-4 win in six innings over Estacada, completely ignoring the misty rain that sprinkled throughout the contest.
Corbett proved early on at Estacada that it was seeing the ball unusually well. The Cardinals struck in the first inning with two runs thanks to a long bomb from Brooklyn Detherage. The deep home run was the first ball to leave the field at Estacada since it was constructed prior to last season.
The Cardinals broke the game open in the second frame by erupting for six runs. They got some help from Estacada with a few walks and errors, but they came through with four hits in the inning to make the Rangers’ mistakes hurt. An RBI-double by Alicia Dearixon was the blow that really demoralized Estacada.
Corbett added four more runs in the top of the fourth inning to take a commanding 12-0 lead. The Cardinals looked poised to end the game early with the mercy rule, but Estacada showed some fight. The Rangers took advantage of a cluster of Corbett errors to score four runs of their own in the bottom of the fourth to make it a 12-4 game.
The Cardinals tacked on a run in the fifth inning and seemingly scored another on a single by Delanie Garrett, but the umpires ruled that the runner on first left early and was called out. The run was taken off the board and Corbett’s lead after the fifth was nine runs, not 10, so the game went to the sixth inning.
Dearixon and pitcher Lindsay Miller each doubled and scored in the sixth, then the Cardinals shut down Estacada in the bottom of the inning to invoke the mercy rule.
Six Corbett hitters had at least two hits in the game. Dearixon went 4-for-5 with two doubles and three runs scored. Detherage was also 4-for-5 with three runs, but added two RBIs and the homer.
Miller was 3-for-4 with a walk and three runs at the plate. She threw a complete-game one-hitter in the circle. She struck out seven Rangers and did not allow an earned run.
Estacada had a few opportunities outside the fourth inning to cut into Corbett’s lead. The Rangers got a runner on base with less than two outs in the first and sixth innings to give themselves a chance. Skylar Hunter led off the bottom of the first by slapping a grounder to the right side that the first baseman couldn’t handle. She stole second to get into scoring position, but she was stranded. In the sixth, Kassidy Runyon delivered Estacada’s only hit and advanced to second on an error, but she too was left on the base paths.
The Rangers suffered a tough 6-4 loss at Taft on Friday to close out the preseason. They traveled to Gladstone on Monday to begin conference play, but fell 8-0.
View a photo gallery from the game at parkerlee.exposuremanager.com.