Nyssa Softball Falls In Extra Innings

This article brought to you by Four Rivers Vet Clinic.

We are a professional animal Veterinary Clinic offering medical and surgical care for small animals. Four Rivers has been operating in Ontario, Oregon since 1999, with an emphasis on preventative care and client education. We emphasize preventive medicine, wellness care, geriatric care, and dental care for our patients.

We’re committed to giving your pets extraordinary care whenever and wherever they need it. Partner with one of our veterinarians today to begin proactively monitoring the health and wellness of the pets you love. Give us a call at 541-889-7776.

John L. Braese

MARSING, ID – It took Marsing eight innings before they were able to beat the visiting Nyssa softball team on Tuesday, March 11 in Marsing in a 4-3 contest. The game was the opener for the Bulldog season.

Freshman pitcher Addie Cleaver went the full distance for Nyssa, striking out 17 Marsing batters while only allowing one walk.

Fellow Bulldog freshman Emily Vela led the offense, driving in three runs for Nyssa while going 2-for-4 with the bat.

“A really solid start, but we came up just short in the bottom of the 8th,” said Nyssa coach Tracy Cleaver. “With the international tie breaker, runner on second to start, we left our last out, freshman Hailey Harnden, on second with three strikeouts.”

“Overall, a really good start to our 2024 season and we look forward to what this group of young athletes can accomplish, Cleaver commented. “With one senior, catcher Alycia Van Meter, in the starting lineup — we only have room for growth, experience, and accomplishments.  It’s going to be fun.”

Nyssa                 0 0 0  0 2 0  1 0 –3 6 3

Marsing             0 0 0  0 3 0  0 1 – 4 3 1

Before you go! If you would like to support continuing and expanded high school sports coverage in eastern Oregon for as little as $1 a month click below! Thank you!