Friday’s prep results

BASEBALL

Arlington 9, Snohomish 7

At Snohomish H.S.

Arlington 013 200 3 — 9 5 2

Snohomish 002 500 0 — 7 6 1

Jack Sheward, Tyson Human (5), and Tristan Sheward; Brandon Jodock, Zach Boswell (4), Adam Ivelia (6), Isaac Everett (7), and Logan Gates, Wyatt Wilson (4). WP—Human. LP—Everett. Highlights—T. Sheward (A) 2B.

Granite Falls 8, Cedarcrest 2

At Granite Falls H.S.

Cedarcrest 001 010 0 — 2 4 1

Granite Falls 101 231 x — 8 12 2

Riley Mallot, Kyle Lupo (4) and Jaren Stevenson; Sammy Blacken, Cameron Loesche (4), Jordon Heppner (5) and Rudy Engstrom. WP—Blacken (1-0). LP—Mallot. Highlights—Heppner 4-4, 3 2B, RBI, R; Legend Suddarth (GF) 2-3, RBI, Engstrom (GF) 2B, 2RBI, Blacken 2B, RBI; John Brown (GF) 2B, RBI, 2R.

BOYS SOCCER

Cascade 2, Marysville Pilchuck 0

At Quil Ceda Stadium

Goals: Jordan Watson (C), Hector Martinez (C). Assists: Jeremy Lucas (C).

Snohomish 4, Glacier Peak 1

At Veterans Memorial Stadium

Goals: Camron Miller (GP), Logan Stapleton (S), Bohdi Uderitz (S), Jason Fairhurst (S), Conner Smith (S). Assists: Cage Roberge (GP).

BOYS GOLF

Archbishop Murphy 214, Glacier Peak 220

At Kenwanda G.C., Par 36

Archbishop Murphy—Steve Shih 37 (medalist), Jack McClincy 41, Matthew Pabisz 43, Fulton Brawner 45, Reiland Kim 48. Glacier Peak—Carson Yogan 39, Logan Day 43, Alex Knowlton 44, Chase Gardner 45, Parker Zenier 49.

SOFTBALL

Monroe 21, Lynnwood 0 (5)

At Lynnwood H.S.

Monroe 4(10)5 11 — 21

Lynnwood 000 00 — 0

Sarah Reeves, McKenzie Schulz (3) and Hannah Hvitved and Taylor Durant (3); Mayda Rieflin and M. Ryan. WP—Reeves. LP—Rieflin. Highlights—Reeves (M) HR; Megan Rybar (M) 3-4, HR, 4RBI; H. Hvitved (M) 2-2, HR, 2R.

Stanwood 10, Marysville Getchell 6

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

Stanwood 040 310 2 — 10 10 2

M. Getchell 020 201 1 — 6 12 5

Emma Tuffey and Anna Foster; Thea Hatch, Bri Palm (3) and Shannon Patton. WP—Tuffey. LP—Hatch. Highlights—Megan Maloney (S) 2-2, 2B; McKenna Van Horn (M) 2-3, 2B.

Everett 18, Oak Harbor 0 (5)

At Lincoln Field

Oak Harbor 000 00 — 0 0 2

Everett 525 06 — 18 13 0

Cierra LeGender, Halle Carpenter (4), and Miranda Wilson; Megan Gordon, Andrea Headington (4), and Rachel Christensen. WP—Gordon. LP—LeGender. Highlights—Hope Fleischman 1-1, 3R, HR, RBI (E); Headington (E) 3-3, 2B, 3B, 6RBI; Jazmine McMiller (E) 2-2. 2B.

Arlington 18, Shorewood 11

At Arlington H.S.

Shorewood 032 400 2—11 11 3

Arlington 411 435 x—18 16 3

Bonnie Paulson and Allison Namba; Taylor Zodrow and Shyenne Heuer. WP—Zodrow (1-1). LP—Paulson. Highlights—Paulson (S) 2 3B; Brianne McCaslin (S) 2 2B; Karleigh Coker (A) 2B, Tia Langley (A) 3B.

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