Prep baseball: Shorewood 11, Shorecrest 0 (5)

SHORELINE — Shorewood pitcher Riley O’Brien threw his second consecutive five inning no-hitter and Steffen Torgersen and Avery Foltz each had two RBI as the Thunderbirds improved to 8-0 on the season with a win over Shorecrest. O’Brien, who held Everett hitless in a 17-0 win on March 25, struck out four and walked four.

The game concluded the second annual “Blue Day/Pink Night” to increase awareness to fight cancer. According to Shorewood head coach Wyatt Tonkin, the event’s goal to raise $1,000 was exceeded. All proceeds will benefit the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

At Meridian Park Fields

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Tyson Maine, Brady Dixon (4) and Jake Oliver. Riley O’Brien and Jake Bockelie. WP—O’Brien (2-0). LP—Maine. 3B—Steffen Torgersen (Shw). Records—Shorecrest 1-4 league, 2-6 overall. Shorewood 5-0, 8-0.

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