Merchants top Laces

EVERETT — The Everett Merchants improved to 7-2 this season with a 12-3 nonleague victory over Laces Baseball Academy at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday.

Everett starting pitcher Ryan Walker, a graduate of Arlington High School, gave up no runs and just one hit while striking out four and walking two in five innings of work to pick up the win for the Merchants.

Offensively, the Merchants were led by Central Washington University’s Jaykob Sells. Sells, a former Everett Community College player, batted 2-for-2 with an RBI double in the sixth inning and an RBI single in the seventh.

More in Sports

Late-season charge propels Kamiak boys to state regional berth

A post-loss team meeting served as the catalyst for the Knights’ run to the 4A Northwest District tournament championship.

Report: Fultz received $10K loan from agency before coming to UW

Former Washington Huskies star point guard Markelle Fultz allegedly… Continue reading

When Huskies’ Dickerson speaks, others listen

There’s a lot you don’t know about Noah Dickerson. That’s about to… Continue reading

Friday’s prep results

King’s boys advance in 1A state tournament; Glacier Peak girls lose.

At a glance: Boys basketball state regional games

Below are capsules for Saturday’s state regional basketball games involving local boys… Continue reading

Youth-laden Lynnwood girls peaking at the right time

The Royals overcame adversity and ‘ups and downs’ to reach the state regionals.

Spartans seeking ‘redemption,’ return trip to Tacoma Dome

A year after losing its two state tournament games, Stanwood is eager to return to the Tacoma Dome.

Tips notch third straight with win over Vancouver

Everett breaks the 40-win plateau for the 6th time in franchise history.

Most Read