Coupeville tripped up at regional tournament / 15U Babe Ruth

The South Washington champions, KWRL, defeated Coupeville, the North Washington representative, 14-4 in five innings at the 15U Babe Ruth regional tournament Thursday, July 26, in Portland.

The Wolves wrap up regional play and their season at 1 p.m. Friday, July 27, against the Montana champion.

KWRL (an all-star squad from Kalama, Woodland, Ridgefield and La Center), jumped on Coupeville early, scoring three runs in the first inning and six in the second to lead 9-1.

Coupeville scored once in the first inning when Cody Roberts doubled in Daniel Olson, who had singled.

The Wolves added a run in the third on base hits from Xavier Murdy, Andrew Score and Olson.

The Wolves tallied their final runs in the fifth. Murdy walked, Scott Hilborn was hit by a pitch and Score walked to load the bases. A walk to Olson forced in one run and the other came on a sacrifice fly by Gavin Knoblich.

Roberts finished with two doubles, and Olson had two singles.

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