Edmonds-Woodway’s Karsen Tjarneberg walks down the first-base line and fist-bumps his teammates prior to Sunday’s game at T-Mobile Park, formerly known as Safeco Field. The Warriors faced Mount Si at the Seattle Mariners’ ballpark as part of the annual High School Baseball Classic. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway’s Karsen Tjarneberg walks down the first-base line and fist-bumps his teammates prior to Sunday’s game at T-Mobile Park, formerly known as Safeco Field. The Warriors faced Mount Si at the Seattle Mariners’ ballpark as part of the annual High School Baseball Classic. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

High school baseball team gets a taste of the big leagues

Playing on the Seattle Mariners’ home field, Edmonds-Woodway players were “in awe.”

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