Prep baseball: Sultan 5, Lakewood 2; Lakewood 9, Sultan 8 (8)

EVERETT — Sultan and Lakewood split a doubleheader on Saturday. In game one, Shawn Smith went 2-for-3 with two runs to lead the Turks to a 5-2 win. The Cougars prevailed in game two behind Bradley Keen’s three-run homer in the bottom of the 8th that propelled Lakewood to a 9-8 victory in eight innings. Jay Leverett finished the second game just a single shy of the cycle, batting 3-for-3 with a double, triple and home run in the loss.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Lakewood 001 100 0—2 8 3

Sultan 011 030 x—5 4 2

Andrew Bean and Hunter Fritz. Jay Leverett and Matt Baller. WP—Leverett. LP—Bean. 2B—Alex Gotts (L). Records—Lakewood 5-11 league, 5-12 overall. Sultan 4-9, 4-10.

At Arhcbishop Murphy H.S.

Lakewood 000 000 63—9 8 3

Sultan 200 112 02—8 10 0

Matt Seiver, Kameron Furseth (4), Alex Gotts (6), Adam Oppliger (7) and Hunter Fritz. Shawn Smith, Steven Branham (7), Dustin Lindahl (7), Travis Cornell (8) and Matt Baller. WP—Oppliger. LP—Lindahl. 2B—Bradley Keen (L), Bean (L), Jay Leverett (S), Cornell (S). 3B—Leverett (S). HR—Keen (L), Leverett (S). Records—Lakewood 6-11 league, 6-12 overall. Sultan 4-10, 4-11.

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