Everett surprises Ferndale; one win from 3A state berth

MOUNT VERNON — Everett wasn’t intimidated by a Ferndale team that had won 11 more games than it had and was ranked No. 3 in the state in the coaches’ poll, and now the Seagulls will play in the winner-to-state 3A District 1 championship game.

“I guess we’re even now,” Everett head coach Ron Burdett said.

Everett’s Jake Frauenholtz batted 3-for-3 with two RBI, Brice Herrick batted 3-for-5 with a crucial two-run single and Everett outlasted Ferndale 7-3 in nine innings in a semifinal district game at Sherman Anderson Field in Mount Vernon.

“We played good defense and we had timely hitting,” Burdett said. “… (A) hard fought game.”

The Seagulls scored four runs in the top of the ninth inning.

“They made an error in the ninth (to advance runners),” Burdett said. “We took advantage.”

Herrick hit his two-RBI single in the ninth to put Everett up for good and David Andre added a double to score another run.

Everett (7-15) will play Meadowdale in the 3A District 1 championship at 2 p.m. Saturday.

At Sherman Anderson Field



Gardner, Jaurez (8) and B. Herrick. Mader, Frost (8) and M. Hannah. WP—Jaurez. LP—Frost. 2B—Andre (E), Erickson (E). HR— S. Hannah (F). Records—Everett 7-15 overall. Ferndale 17-3.

Meadowdale 3, Mt. Vernon 0: At Mt. Vernon, Chase Anselment hit a solo home run in the first inning and Meadowdale won its 3A District 1 semifinal playoff game to advance to the winner-to-state chamionship game Saturday.

At Sherman Anderson Field

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Woodard, Barnett (6) and Etringer. Haight, Anselment(6) and Anselment, O’Neill (6). WP—Haight (3-3). LP—Woodard. S—Anselment 3. 2B—Gorman (M). HR— Anselment. Records—Mt. Vernon 12-7 overall. Meadowdale 13-9.

Lynnwood 5, Arlington 1: At Mt. Vernon, Tanner Detschman was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI to lead Lynnwood in a 3A District 1 loser-out playoff game.

At Skagit Valley College



Surber, Hanson (4) and Street. Hines and Smith. WP—Hines. LP—Surber. 2B—Ayers (A) 2, Detschman (L). Records—Arlington 5-16 overall. Lynnwood 7-15.

Shorecrest 10, Sedro-Woolley 2: At Mt. Vernon, Shorecrest plays Mount Vernon in a loser-out game at 6:30 p.m. today at Sherman Anderson field in Mount Vernon.

At Skagit Valley College



Robbins, Cain (5) and not available. Regel, Kramer (4), Armstrong (5), Gribble (7) and Holland. WP—Robbins. LP—Regel. Records—Shorecrest 6-15 overall. Sedro-Woolley 9-12.

Edmonds-Woodway 5, Jackson 2: At Mountlake Terrace, the Warriors ousted last season’s Wesco South champion in a 4A District 1 loser-out game. Edmonds Woodway faces Shorewood in another loser-out game at 4 p.m. today at Everett Memorial Stadium.

At M. Terrace H.S.



Scott and Cox. Kellington and Morse. WP—Scott. LP—Kellington. 2B—Kellogg (J), Kincaid (J), Cox (EW), Beattiger (EW). HR— Kellogg (J). Records—E-W 11-10 overall. Jackson 14-7.

Monroe 10, Stanwood 7: At Mountlake Terrace, Alex Baugh of Monroe was 3-for-4 with two home runs, four RBI and three runs in the 4A District 1 loser-out playoff game. The loss concludes Stanwood’s season while Monroe goes on to play Snohomish in another loser-out game at 7 p.m. tonight at Everett Memorial Stadium.

At M. Terrace H.S.



Stahl, Vaughn (3) and Joyce. Baugh, Adams (3), Ihrig (4), Reppert (7). WP—Ihrig. LP—Stahl. S—Reppert. 2B—Vaughn (S) 1, Hastings (M) 1, Hansen (M) 1. 3B—Miller (M) 1. HR—Baugh (M) 2. Records—Stanwood 11-10 overall. Monroe 17-5.

Archbishop Murphy 9, Lakewood 3: At Anacortes, Alex Ash hit a double and had three RBI and Archbishop Murphy clinched a 2A state berth with the District 1 semifinal victory. The Wildcats will play in the district championship game Saturday against Cedarcrest. Lakewood will play Lynden in winner-to-state, loser-out game Saturday.

At Daniels Field



Howe and Ash. Grafenauer, Harkins (5) and Etchey. WP—Howe. LP—Grafenauer. 2B—Spears (L), Stauffer (L), Clancy (M), Ash (M), Hines (M). Records—Murphy 16-5 overall. Lakewood 18-4.

Cedarcrest 3, Sehome 1: At Anacortes, Travis Cook pitched a three hitter to lead Cedarcrest to a 2A state tournament berth with the district semifinal victory.

At Volunteer Park



WP—Cook. LP—Siegfried. 2B—Chittenden (C). Records—Cedarcrest 16-5 overall. Sehome not reported.

Burlington-Edison 3, South Whidbey 2: At Anacortes, Burlington Edison ended the Falcons season in a 2A District 1 loser-out contest.

At Daniels Field

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Baker, Hodson (5) H. Rawls (6) and Mannie. S. Jensen and Holmkvist. WP—Jensen. LP—Baker. 2B—Kirby (SW), Capron (B-E). HR— McLeod (B-E). Records—S. Whidbey 6-16 overall. B-E 14-6.

Darrington 7, Seattle Lutheran 6: At Darrington, Mark Jones and Justin O’Dell each batted 3-for-3 and Skye Schillhammer pitched a complete game, as Darrington survived a four-run rally by Seattle Lutheran to win a 2B Tri-District playoff game. The Loggers will play Concrete Saturday at Stanwood for the 2B Tri-District championship.

At Darrington H.S.

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Mullan, Clements (3), Larson (6) and Hay. Schillhammer and O’Dell. WP— Schillhammer (6-4). 2B—Hay (S), Thode (S), O’Dell (D), Carter (D), Jones (D). 3B—Larson (S). Records—Seattle Lutheran 13-5 overall. Darrington 12-7.

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