Mackey’s gem leads Edmonds-Woodway over Kamiak

EVERETT – The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors won Round 1 in the battle for second place in the Wesco South with a convincing 7-0 victory over the Kamiak Knights Saturday at Kamiak High School.

Senior Kellan Mackey pitched six strong innings, striking out six and teammate Drew Lockhart batted 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI for the Warriors.

“Kellen did a nice job. He struggled early with walks then settled down and got into a groove,” Edmonds-Woodway coach Joe Webster said.

Mackey (4-0) allowed just two hits in his six innings of work.

“He’s had six good starts and has been real consistent for us, keeping us in ballgames,” Webster added.

The Warriors (10-3 in league, 12-3 overall) and Knights (9-4, 9-6) came into the game tied for the second best record in the division, three games behind South-leading Jackson.

The Warriors have a tough stretch of games to end the season, including a game at home against Kamiak on Tuesday and finish off with Mountlake Terrace (9-4 in the Wesco South), another team fighting for second place, on May 1 and 2.

“Kamiak’s a good team. I’m real happy with how we played today. I’m sure it will be a much different game on Tuesday,” said Webster.

At Kamiak H.S.



Mackey, Christensen (7) and Houghton, Weber (7). WP-Mackey (4-0). LP-Soloski. 2B-Houvener (EW), Lockhart (EW), Johnson (EW). Records-Edmonds-Woodway 10-3 in league, 12-3 overall. Kamiak 9-4, 9-6.

Snohomish 13, Lake Stevens 6 (10 inn.): At Lake Stevens, Snohomish scored seven runs in the top half of the 10th inning, breaking open the Wesco North game. Freshman Nate Mullins capped off the 10th-inning rally with a grand slam home run.

At Lake Stevens H.S.


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Hammons, Jones (5), Allen (8) and Hennessey. Smith, Hawkesworth (5) and Gilbertson. WP-Allen. LP-Hawkesworth. 2B-Rodland (S), Jones (S), Hammons (S), Frost (S), Kuth (S), Porter (LS), Warbis (LS) 2. HR-Smith (S). Records-Snohomish 7-4 in league, 10-4 overall. Lake Stevens 6-7, 9-7.

Everett 8, Meadowdale 6: At Lynnwood, Everett’s Brice Herrick and Brandon Cox each had two hits and two RBI, sparking a six-run sixth inning to lead the Seagulls past Meadowdale in the Wesco South game.

At Meadowdale H.S.



Fravenholtz, Levin (5) and Prochaska. Denham and O’Neill. WP-Levin. LP-Denham. 2B-Cox (E), Denham (M), Gorman (M). Records-Everett 4-9 in league, 4-11 overall. Meadowdale 5-8, 5-9.

Jackson 12, Lynnwood 1: At Mill Creek, Joey Lind hit a three-run home run in the third inning and Jackson cruised to the Wesco South win over Lynnwood.

At Jackson H.S.



McPherron and Jermulowske. Charawell, Jeffries (4) and Emsley-Pai, Lillibridge. WP-Charawell (1-0). LP-McPhenron. 2B-Grubb (L), Smith (L). HR-Lind (J). Records-Lynnwood 1-12 in league, 1-13 overall. Jackson 13-0, 15-0.

O’Dea 14, Stanwood 10: At Stanwood, Senior catcher Jacob Riley cracked a two-run home run in the third inning and added a double and junior Jordan Northrup had a pair of doubles and three RBI to lead the Stanwood offense in a non-conference loss.

At Stanwood H. S.



Webster, Harkins (3), Kenny (5), Hallerman (7) and Holpainen. Hepper, Lund (5), Alexander (5), McVey (7) and Riley. WP-Kenney. LP-Lund. 2B-Hallerman (O), Tobin (O), Northrup (S) 2, Riley (S), Bliss (S), Daoust (S). HR-Riley (S). Records-O’Dea 5-6 in league, 7-8 overall. Stanwood 5-6, 7-8.

Coupeville 21, Shoreline Christian 0: At Coupeville, Tony Prosser finished 2-for-3 with four RBI and two doubles and Coupeville shutout Shoreline Christian in the Northwest 1A/B league game.

At Coupeville

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Cristodoru, DeYager (3), Smith (3), Ott (4) and Dykstra. Wilcox and Larson. WP-Wilcox (1-1). LP-Cristodoru (0-1). 2B-Smith (C), Prosser (C) 2, Armstrong (C), Lind (C), Wilcox (C), Deelstra (SC). 3B-Bagby (C). Records-Shoreline Christian 0-8 in league, 1-9 overall. Coupeville 4-2, 5-6.

Monroe 14, Highline 7: At Burien, after falling behind 7-0 after three innings, Monroe battled back with seven runs in the fourth inning before breaking open the game with a four-run fifth-inning, eventually winning the non-conference game.

At Highline H.S.



Gallagher, Krepela (3), Sines (6) and Rintala. Graham, Goodner (4), Bennett (6) and Shaw. WP-Krepela (1-1). LP-Goodner. 2B-Brady (M), Caden (M), Griesmer (M). HR-Guidos (H), Graham (H). Records-Monroe 12-3 overall. Highline not reported

South Whidbey 7, Sultan 2: At Sultan, South Whidbey capitalized on four Sultan errors scoring seven runs between the fourth and sixth innings. Logan Hanna led the Falcons with three hits and an RBI.

At Sultan H.S.

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Shady and Parra. McCrorey, Nuyen (7) and Webster and Miller (7). WP-Shady. LP-McCrorey. Records-South Whidbey 10-2 in league, 14-3 overall. Sultan 2-10, 4-11.


Archbishop Murphy 6, Mount Baker 1: At Mount Baker, catcher Blair Hardy batted 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored as Archbishop Murphy took the opening game of the Mount Baker Invite.

At Mount Baker H.S.

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Kennedy and Hardy. Phillips and Ager. WP-Kennedy (3-0). LP-Phillips. 2B-Hardy (AM). Records-Archbishop Murphy 9-0. Mount Baker 7-1.

Archbishop Murphy 4, Concrete 3: At Mount Baker, the Wildcats took first place in the Mount Baker Invite with a win over Concrete. Jaimee Greenup batted 2-for-3. Brittany Howell led Concrete with nine strikeouts.

At Mount Baker H.S.

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Huggins and Hardy. Howell and Swanson. WP-Huggins (5-0). LP-Howell. 2B-Kennedy (AM) Records-Archbishop Murphy 10-0 overall. Concrete 10-1.

Boys soccer

Mariner 7, Lynnwood 0: At Edmonds, Ivan Hernandez and Emeka Nwobi scored two goals apiece, and Victor Rangel added a goal and two assists as Mariner dominated Lynnwood in the Wesco South game.

At Edmonds Stadium

Goals-School: Rangel, Hernandez 2, Nwobi 2, F. Munoz, Martinez. Assists-School: Munoz, Hendrickson, Rangel 2, Palacios 2, Martinez. Goalkeepers-Mariner: M. Munoz and Fabian. Lynnwood: not reported. Records-Mariner 3-2-1 in league, 6-4-1 overall. Lynnwood 1-5-0, 2-11-0.

Shorecrest 7, Everett 0: At Everett, Shorecrest used a balanced scoring attack as seven different players scored for the Scots in their Wesco South win over Everett.

At Everett Memorial

Goals-Shorecrest: Wong, Ehrhart, Baker, Schrote, Rudnick, Terrel, Frisk. Assists-Shorecrest: Mason, Baker, Cho, Ehrhart. Goalkeepers-Shorecrest: Novack and Casarez. Everett: not reported. Records-Shorecrest 4-1-1 in league and 9-2-1 overall. Everett 0-6-0, 0-13-0.

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