Prep baseball: Everett 1, Shorecrest 0 (8 inn.)

EVERETT — With two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, Everett’s Lucas Henry hit an RBI single to score Reece Hoiby as the Seagulls defeated Shorecrest in the Wesco 3A game and ended their season with a dramatic win. Henry also earned the win on the mound, taking over in the top of the eighth inning for 14 year-old freshman Sam Loomis, who struck out five batters and scattered four hits in seven innings.

At Everett Memorial Stadium

Shorecrest00000000—040

Everett00000001—140

Kevin Millet, Nik Hendricks (3), Tyson Maine (5), Scott Huston (7) and Michael Rigby. Sam Loomis, Lucas Henry (8) and Brett Nagal. WP—Henry (1-1). LP—Huston. Records—Shorecrest 10-6 league, 13-7 overall. Everett 6-10, 6-14.

More in Sports

Dan Mack steps down as the head football coach at Kamiak

He served as the Knights’ head coach for 20 seasons

Police question friends of WSU quarterback who killed himself

The redshirt sophomore died Tuesday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.

Meadowdale tops rival Lynnwood 56-42 (VIDEO)

Led by junior guard Haben Tekle, the Mavericks race to an early lead and cruise past the Royals.

Oregon AD named chairman of playoff selection committee

Six new members added to the committee, including Pro Football Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott

Seahawks announce coaching hires, Richard’s dismissal

Seattle hires Brian Schottenheimer, Ken Norton Jr., Mike Solari and announces it has fired Kris Richard.

NFL Hall of Famer drops the puck at Silvertips game

Former Seahawk offensive lineman Walter Jones did the honors prior to the Tips’ win over Tri-City

Report: Huskies promote Lake to defensive coordinator

Former defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski will now be Washington’s co-defensive coordinator.

Former Lake Stevens football star gets Fiesta Bowl spotlight

Washington Husky walk-on Josh Rasmussen conversed in sign language with a Special Olympics athlete.

Tuesday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Plus, video highlights from the boys basketball crosstown rivalry between Lynnwood and Meadowdale.

Most Read