Stars of the day — Tuesday, May 1


Lynnwood’s Blake Lord had two hits and four RBI and Corey Hoerner knocked in two as the Royals put up a season-high run total in their final game of the year. … Jack Richter tossed a complete game, allowing no earned runs, to help Oak Harbor clinch the final Wesco 3A district playoff spot. … Monroe’s John Bury scattered seven hits and gave up just two runs in a complete-game victory as the Bearcats beat the Tomahawks in the final regular season game for both teams. … Meadowdale’s Chris Osborne tripled, homered and drove in four runs to lead the Mavericks to a win over Shorewood. … Jackson’s Trai Patrick had a three-run home run and the Timberwolves secured the Wesco South No. 2 seed with a win. … Lakewood’s Jerrad Jones doubled, homered and had two RBI to help the Cougars clinch the Cascade Conference’s final automatic district berth.


Kamiak’s Lindsay Haub and Kristyna Phan each finished 4-for-4 with three runs scored to help the Knights beat Lake Stevens in a Wesco crossover game. … Everett’s Chloe Kesterson was 4-for-4 with a double, three runs scored and two RBI, and Alexis Dittoe and Keilanna Harper were both 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI for the Seagulls in a win over Marysville Getchell. … Meadowdale’s Alyssa Reuble pitched a complete-game shutout and Shannon Haukap hit a double and a home run as the Mavericks beat Shorecrest. … Archbishop Murphy’s Gemma Miller (two doubles) and Chelsea Newgard (three RBI) each finished 5-for-5 and Anna Whitehouse drove in four runs to key the Wildcats’ win over Sultan. … Mountlake Terrace’s Rene Bos had a home run in the fourth to tie the game and Maddy Kristjanson got the victory on the mound as the Hawks beat Shorewood.


Kamiak’s Joe Fryer shot a 4-under-par 68 in a downpour to earn medalist honors and lead the Knights (372), the top team in Wesco South, to a victory over Snohomish (382), the top team in the Wesco North, and Lake Stevens in the Purple Cup. … Everett’s Jody Barhanovich scored 64 modified Stableford points to best Oak Harbor’s Annie Leete and win medalist honors as the Seagulls beat Glacier Peak and Oak Harbor.

Herald staff

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