Goldendale swept a non-league fastpitch double-header from Columbia High Monday afternoon, winning 17-6 and 16-3 in Goldendale.
Jylynn Kayser, Courtney Carlquist and Kayla Graff powered the Timberwolves' offensive attack in the first game.
Kayser went 3 for 4 with five runs batted in, Carlquist was 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Graff homered and drove in four.
Goldendale scored 15 runs in its first at-bat off CHS pitches Michelle McMillen and Jennifer Bryant.
The Timberwolves (2-2) outhit the Bruins (1-4), 9-6, in the five-inning opener.
Columbia's best inning was the third, when it scored three runs.
The Bruins used three pitchers in the second game--Bryant, Dani Gilderhus and McMillen--which also ended after five innings.
Goldendale pushed 11 runs across in the bottom of second to mount a 15-2 lead. The home team outhit the visitors, 6-3.
Last week, Columbia and Stevenson played twice, with each winning on the other's home field.
The Bruins slugged out a 22-18, rain-delayed victory March 21 on the Bulldogs' new field in Carson.
White Salmon scored 10 runs in the top of the second inning to take control of the non-league game. The Bruins held on for the win, despite being outhit, 17-3.
Last Friday, Stevenson (3-1) got even, routing Columbia 18-1 in five innings.
At Lyle 10, Goldendale 7:
Kara Woosley homered and drove in three runs to lead the Cougars to the non-league win last Thursday.
Joelle Jackson went 3 for 4 with one run batted in and Raquel Rappe was 1 for three with one RBI. Shelly Stanovich and Woosley each had two hits in three trips.
A six-run fourth inning was the difference for Lyle (1-4), which led 4-3 after three innings of play. The Cougars outhit the Timberwolves, 9-5.
Winning pitcher Kristen Stanovich struck out three and walked four in six innings.