W L Pct GB
Tacoma ..... 36 22 .621 --
Bremerton .. 35 25 .583 2
Victoria ... 31 30 .508 6½
Vancouver .. 28 28 .500 7
Spokane .... 28 29 .491 7½
Salem ...... 28 32 .467 9
Wenatchee .. 26 32 .448 10
Yakima ..... 23 37 .383 14
SPOKANE, Wash., June 18—Outfielder Bill Wright cracked out a long single in the ninth inning to bring in the game-winning run as Spokane came from behind to defeat Victoria, 3-2.
Bill Werbowski held the Athletics to six hits in gaining his second consecutive win after six straight setbacks.
Smooth-throwing Frank Logue went the distance for the loss. His record falls to four and eight.
Three singles and a Spokane error gave the Athletics a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning, but the Indians got one of them back in their half and tied it in the seventh.
There were two men on and one out when Wright came through with his game-winning blow.
Victoria .......... 000 200 000—2 6 1
Spokane ......... 000 100 011—3 12 3
Logue and Recca; Werbowski and Sheely.
YAKIMA, Wash., June 18—Tacoma Tigers spotted the Yakima Chiefs five runs in the first inning and then came back to take an 18-8 triumph in a wild game here tonight.
Hank Sciarra, a converted shortstop, gained credit for the win, holding the Chiefs scoreless after the third inning. The Tigers put up six runs in the second inning, five in the third, and then added consistently to their lead.
Hank Vallee paced their attack with a triple and three singles.
Tacoma ......... 065 211 030—18 20 0
Yakima .......... 512 000 000—8 14 4
Fortier, Sciarra (2) and Rossi; Ford, Pirack (3), Romple (6), Estrada (8), Drilling (9) and Constantino.
SALEM, Ore., June 18—Bremerton Bluejackets stayed close behind the leaders by sneaking through for a 10-9 decision tonight over the slumping Salem Senators.
The losers were behind10-1 going into their half of the seventh and then scored four runs in each of the seventh and eighth innings. They had the tying run thrown out at the plate in the ninth after Jim Wert had smacked out his fifth hit.
Bremerton ............. 005 004 100—10 15 2
Salem .................. 000 001 440—9 13 2
Marshall, Conant (8) and Volpi; Lazor, McMillan (6) and Burgher.
WENATCHEE, Wash., June 18—The Wenatchee Chiefs dropped their tenth in a row as the Vancouver Capilanos scored the winning run in the ninth inning in a 12-11 Western International League slugfest tonight.
Bob Snyder gained credit for his second win in two nights in a relief role as the Brownies came from behind with five runs in the seventh.
The contest produced 27 hits and seven errors. Althought Orrin Snyer's single plated the winning run, Vancouver's Frank Mullens and Wenatchee's Bill Wilson were the real batting stars. Mullens had a home run, double and two singles. Wilson batted in six runs with two home runs and a pair of doubles.
Vancouver ......... 021 201 501—12 12 6
Wenatchee ........ 202 610 000—11 15 2
Manier, Higgins (4), B. Snyder (8) and Brenner, Warren (4); Gilson, Rose (2), McCollum (7) and Dalrymple, Gardner (9)