Prep baseball: Marysville Getchell 18, Everett 3 (5 inn.)

EVERETT — Alexander Gonzalez and John Clark led a potent Marysville Getchell offense that tallied 18 runs and 17 hits against Everett in a Wesco 3A North game. Gonzalez batted 3-for-5 with two doubles, a triple, four RBI and three runs scored and Clark (4-for-5) added five RBI for the Chargers.

At Everett Memorial Stadium

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Aaron Christensen and Hunter Gardlin. Christian Tracy, Louis Elliott (2), Jacob Hatloe (3), Evan Walkowski (4) and Joe Sutton. WP—Christensen. LP—Tracy. 2B—Alexander Gonzalez (MG) 2, Brandon Bethers (MG) 2, Beau Wells (MG), Reece Hoiby (E), Walkowski (E). 3B—Gonzalez (MG). Records—Marysville Getchell 5-9 league, 6-9 overall. Everett 0-14, 1-16.

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