Shea shuts down E-W to lead Lake Stevens to state

EVERETT — Taylor Shea gave up just two hits in a complete-game victory as Lake Stevens beat Edmonds-Woodway 3-1 in a 4A District 1 semifinal game and punched its ticket to the state tournament.

Cody Vigoren had a pair of doubles and Corey Bullens added a double for Lake Stevens, which scored all three of its runs in the first inning.

At Everett Memorial Stadium

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Taylor Shea and Matt Del Fante. Tate Budnick and Cody Edwards. WP—Shea. LP—Budnick. 2B—Corey Bullens (LS), Cody Vigoren (LS) 2, Mac McLachlan (EW). Records—Lake Stevens 13-9 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 17-5.

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