Eight-run rally boosts Snohomish

STANWOOD – Snohomish broke open a tie game with an eight-run rally in the sixth inning and went on to beat Stanwood 11-4 Friday in a Wesco North contest at Stanwood High School.

Derek Jones had a three-run triple for the Panthers in the outburst and Ethan Hargrave singled and doubled in the inning as the Panthers batted around.

“They hit everything thrown at ‘em,” Stanwood coach Tony Wolden said. “We couldn’t record any outs.

“We dug ourselves too big of a hole. We had a tough time coming back from that. Other than that, it was a pretty good game.”

At Stanwood H.S.



Hammons, Leahy (7) and Chandler. McVey, Joyce (5), Vaughan (6), Husby (6) and Northrup. WP-Hammons. LP-Joyce. 2B-Hargrave (Sn), Schmidt (St). 3B-Jones (Sn). Records-Snohomish 10-1 league, 13-2 overall. Stanwood 8-5, 8-7.

Oak Harbor 7, Lake Stevens 4 (14 innings): At Lake Stevens, Oak Harbor’s Jake Leete drove in Marshall Lobbestael with a suicide squeeze bunt to give the Wildcats the winning run in the four-hour Wesco North marathon. Lobbestael was 3-for-7 with a double and James Leach was 3-for-4 with a home run and three walks for Oak Harbor. Lake Stevens had seven doubles and committed four infield errors to drop one-game behind first-place Snohomish.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

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Hornbaker, Richter (5), Ellis (6), Kays (10), Bighouse (14) and Encinias. Iseri, Bruun (8), D. Pulitano and Gilbertson. WP-Kays. LP-D. Pulitano. S-Bighouse. 2B-Lobbestael (OH), Gilbertson (LS) 2, Paynter (LS), Nelson (LS) Bruun (LS) 2, D. Pulitano (LS). HR-Leach (OH). Records-Oak Harbor 3-8 in league 3-8, 4-10 overall. Lake Stevens 9-2, 12-3.

Monroe 5, Arlington 3: At Monroe, Andy Chriscaden batted 3-for-3 with two doubles and two runs batted in to lead Monroe to the Wesco North victory. Arlington’s Alex Rhodes was 1-for-2 with a double and an RBI.

At Marshall Field



Huge, Scarth (6) and Baker. Krepela and Rintala. WP-Krepela. LP-Huge. 2B-Rhodes (A), Chriscaden (M) 2, Hastings (M). Records-Arlington 1-10 league, 2-13 overall. Monroe 5-6, 7-8.

Everett 7, Sedro-Woolley 3: At Everett, Jake Frauenholtz was 2-for-4 with a bases-loaded, two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning to lead Everett to the non-conference win. Kyle Wells followed Frauenholtz with another two-run double to help the Seagulls pull away.

At Everett Memorial Stadium



Armstrong, Holmgren (6) and Bennett. Frauenholtz and Herrick. WP-Frauenholtz (1-2). LP-Armstrong (3-1). 2B-Amundson (S) 2, Frauenholtz (E), Wells (E). Records-Sedro-Woolley not reported. Everett 8-7 overall.

Edmonds-Woodway 9, Shorewood 1: At Shoreline, Owen Jones was 3-for-5 with a double and two RBI to help Edmonds-Woodway capture the Wesco South win. With the victory, E-W clinched a 4A District 1 playoff berth. Zach Houvener and Tyler Cox also had doubles for the Warriors.

At Shorewood H.S.



Scott, McDonald (7) and Cox, DeHart (7). LeCount, Johnson (7) and Schafer. WP-Scott. LP-LeCount (3-1). 2B-Clerget (S), LeCount (S), Houvener (E), Jones (E), Cox (E). Records-E-W 11-2 league, 14-3 overall. Shorewood 5-6, 7-8.

Lynnwood 10, Mariner 9: At Lynnwood, Karl Rodriguez hit a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh inning to cap a six-run rally and lift Lynnwood to the Wesco South victory. Alex Himes drove in three runs and Steve Llewellyn scored twice for the Royals.

At Lynnwood H.S.



Rex, Miloff (5) and DeGamo. Gordon, Mann (2), McPherronn (7) and Smith. WP-McPherronn (1-0). LP-Miloff. 2B-Rodriguez (L), Gordon (L), Mann (L), Detschman (L), Lotzer (L), Himes (L), Rush 2 (M), Terwilliger (M), Saga 2 (M), Miloff (M). HR-Degamo (M), Weable (M). Records-Mariner 3-8 league, 5-10 overall. Lynnwood 3-10, 5-11.

Meadowdale 9, Mountlake Terrace 4: At Mountlake Terrace, Meadowdale clinched a 3A District 1 playoff berth with the win and the Terrace loss gave Jackson a 4A District 1 berth. Ricky Denham was 3-for-4 with a double and Taylor Biennan was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI for the Mavericks. Wes Pair led Terrace with two RBI.

At M. Terrace H.S.


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Haight, Anselment (6) and O’Neill. Lechtenberg, Clark (2), Monfiletto (7) and Clingan. WP-Haight. LP-Lechtenberg. 2B-Denham (Me), Biennan (Me). Records-Meadowdale 7-4 league, 8-6 overall. M. Terrace 4-7, 6-9.

Jackson 4, Kamiak 2: At Mukilteo, Danny Oh, Ricky Kellogg, Brandon Wang and Gabriel Rochon all had two hits for Jackson in its Wesco South win. Jake Britton drove in both runs for Kamiak. Jackson’s win, combined with a loss by Mountlake Terrace, gave the Timberwolves a 4A District 1 playoff berth.

At Kamiak H.S.



Jeffery, Oh (6) and Morse. Tarver, Polivka (6) and Ashbrenner. WP-Jeffery. LP-Tarver. S-Oh. 2B-Wang (J). Records-Jackson 10-1 league, 12-1 overall. Kamiak 5-6, 7-8.

South Whidbey 5, Archbishop Murphy 4: At Langley, Danny Parra batted 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI to lead the Falcons to the Cascade Conference victory. Nick Muller was 3-for-4 with a run scored to lead the Wildcats.

At S. Whidbey H.S.

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Blair and McNaughton. Shoudy and Parra. WP-Shoudy (4-2). LP-Blair. 2B-Parra (SW). Records-A. Murphy 6-8 in conference, 8-8 overall. South Whidbey 10-4, 11-5.

Lakewood 6, Coupeville 5: At Marysville, Colin Murphy batted 3-for-4 to lead Lakewood to the Cascade Conference win. Tony Prosser was 3-for-4 for Coupeville.

At Lakewood H.S.



Houser, Wilcox (4) and Larson. Dragich, Atchey (6), Harkins (7) and Regan, Atchey (7). WP-Dragich 3-2. LP-Houser. S-Harkins (3). 2B-Larson (C), Wilcox (C), Smith (L), Martin (L). Records-Coupeville 1-7 league and overall. Lakewood 9-6, 11-6.

Boys soccer

Bothell 3, Roosevelt 2: At Bothell, Victor Gonzalez had two goals to lead Bothell to the Kingco 4A victory over previously unbeaten Roosevelt.

At Pop Keeney Stadium

Goals-Roosevelt: Aman 2. Bothell: Gonzalez 2, Wymer. Assists-Roosevelt: Usman, Hoff. Bothell: Depuy, Sawhill. Records-Roosevelt 4-1-1 in league, 8-2-2 overall. Bothell 2-4-0, 4-7-1.

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