Monroe’s Forsberg shuts down Bruins

EVERETT – Monroe starting pitcher Ashly Forsberg was pretty much untouchable on Monday.

The Bearcats’ ace struck out 17 batters while giving up just one hit to stifle Cascade 4-0 in a Western Conference North Division softball contest.

Cascade pitcher Brandi Klemm scattered five hits and allowed just one earned run.

At Cascade H.S.



Forsberg and Holmes. B. Klemm and Wallace. WP-Forsberg. LP-B. Klemm. Records-Monroe 12-1 league, 16-1 overall. Cascade 6-6, 8-7.

Mount Vernon 4, Stanwood 0: At Mount Vernon, Jackie Richter pitched a one-walk no-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead Mount Vernon to the Wesco North victory. Carly Feiro had a double and scored two runs for the Bulldogs.

At Mount Vernon H.S.


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Vaughan and McCoy. Richter and White WP-Richter (9-5). LP-Vaughan. 2B-Feiro (MV). Records-Stanwood 2-10 in league, 2-12 overall. Mount Vernon 7-6, 10-7.

Lake Stevens 8, Oak Harbor 3: At Oak Harbor, Karissa Tri had a double and scored three runs to lead Lake Stevens to the Wesco North victory. Kayla Ratliff had a two-run double for Oak Harbor.

At Hillcrest Elementry

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Surface and Thibideaux. Ratliff and Meagher. WP-Surface. LP-Ratliff (1-15). 2B-Balinstat (LS), Tri (LS), Ratliff (OH), Meders (OH). Records-Lake Stevens 10-3 in league, 13-4 overall. Oak Harbor 1-11, 1-15.

Marysville-Pilchuck 7, Arlington 5: At Marysville, Anna West hit a grand slam home run over the right-center field fence, highlighting a seven-run inning for Marysville-Pilchuck on the way to the Wesco North win. Teammate Skyler Peterson was 4-for-4 with an RBI.

At M-P H.S.



Rayner, Milless (6) and Twitchell. Burman and Perrine. WP-Burman (11-5). LP-Rayner. 2B-Starcevic (M-P), Rayner (A). HR-West (M-P). Records-Arlington 6-6 in league, 10-6 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 8-5, 12-5.

Edmonds-Woodway 2, Shorewood 0: At Edmonds, Emily Dean had a school-record 15 strikeouts for Edmonds-Woodway in the Wesco South win. Breanne White was 2-for-3 with a double and Annika Lindberg was 2-for-2 with a triple for the Warriors.

At E-W H.S.



Davenport and Morton. Dean and Herzer. WP-Dean (10-6). LP-Davenport. 2B-White (E-W). 3B-Lindberg (E-W). Records-Shorewood 3-11 in league, 4-12 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 9-5, 9-6.

Jackson 4, Shorecrest 1: At Shoreline, Taryn Pearce was 2-for-4 with a RBI and Ashley Todd was 2-for-3 with a RBI to help lead Jackson to the Wesco South win.

At Shorecrest H.S.



Reid, Priebe (5) and Wheadon. Snow and Berg. WP-Priebe. LP-Snow (6-9). Records-Jackson 13-1 in league, 15-1 overall Shoreline 6-8, 6-9.

Mountlake Terrace 8 Lynnwood 4 (8): At Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace catcher Kayla Watson smacked what turned out to be a game-winning, three-run home run in the top of the eighth inning of the Wesco South game. She had five RBI overall.

At Lynnwood H.S.

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Seidlitz and Watson. Casuccio and Himes. WP-Seidlitz. LP-Casuccio. 2B-Mohoric (L), Hanson (MT). 3B-Himes (L). HR-Watson (MT). Records-Mountlake Terrace 9-5 league, 9-7 overall. Lynnwood 1-13, 1-15.

Meadowdale 2, Mariner 0: At Everett, Tiffanie Olds scored the game’s first run from third base on Alyse Wynar’s fourth-inning single as Meadowdale edged Mariner in the Wesco South game.

At Mariner H.S.



Williams and Olds. Monfiletto and McMullen. WP-Williams. LP-Monfiletto (3-13). Records-Meadowdale 3-11 in league, 4-12 overall. Mariner 3-11, 3-13.

Everett 4, Kamiak 3: At Everett, Jessica Carey scored the winning run from second base on a Cory Mattson single to left field in the bottom of the seventh in Everett’s Wesco South victory against Kamiak. The game-winning hit capped an Everett comeback from an early 3-0 deficit.

At Everett H.S.



Defenbach and Sherrill. Mattson and Welly. WP-Mattson (14-1). LP-Defenbach. 2B-Pappas (E) 2. HR-Long (K), Mattson (E). Records-Kamiak 10-4 in league, 11-5 overall. Everett 13-1, 15-1.

Lakewood 5, South Whidbey 4: At Arlington, Kally Behen was 2-for-3 with a triple and three runs scored to lead Lakewood to the Cascade Conference victory. Shelly Burton was 3-for-3 with a double and two runs scored for the Falcons.

At Lakewood H.S.

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Robertson and Spalding. Behen and Bean. WP-Behen (4-6). LP-Robertson. 2B-Spalding (SW), Burton (S), Stewart (L). 3B-Behen (L), Bartlett (L). Records-South Whidbey 3-8 in league, 5-11 overall. Lakewood 4-7, 5-9.

Archbishop Murphy 2, Granite Falls 0: At Everett, Archbishop Murphy’s Kaitlyn Kennedy faced 21 batters and sent all 21 back to the dugout for a perfect game in the Cascade Conference win.

Kennedy had nine strikeouts in seven innings while mixing in her off- speed pitch to get Granite Falls to hit several groundouts. The Wildcats scored the only run on an error in the first inning.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

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Jones, Towle (5) and Todd. Kennedy and Reeves. WP-Kennedy (5-0). LP-Jones. 2B-Hardy (AM). Records-Granite Falls 5-6 in league, 8-6 overall. Archbishop Murphy 11-0, 14-0.

Girls tennis

Marysville-Pilchuck 4, Mount Vernon 3: At Mount Vernon, Chelsea Losik and Lindsey Scheutze won in three sets at No. 3 doubles to complete a doubles sweep by M-P to help give the Tomahawks the Wesco North win.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Singles-Leer (MV) def. Fisher, 7-6 (7-5), 6-1; Yamaguchi (MV) def. Bartlett, 6-2, 6-2; Brookings (MV) def. Pascoe, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Falenski (M-P) def. Strachila, 6-3, 6-2. Doubles-Hammer-Eilertsen (M-P) def. Kidane-Starkovich, 6-2, 6-1; Lentz-Anderson (M-P) def. Warmanen-Malone, 6-3, 7-5; Losik-Scheutze (M-P) def. Starkovick-Olson, 6-4, 2-6, 6-2. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 3-11 league and overall. Mt. Vernon 2-10, 2-10.

Cascade 7, Arlington 0: At Arlington, Tara Naylor picked up a win in her No. 2 singles match 6-3, 6-1 over Keesha Carpenter to help Cascade to the Wesco North win.

At Arlington H.S.

Singles-Sun (C) def. Parlin, 6-4, 6-1; Naylor (C) def. Carpenter, 6-3, 6-1; Kuropat (C) def. Sparks, 2-6, 6-2, 6-1; Mack (C) def. Vienhange, 6-3, 6-3. Doubles-Dawson-Everett (C) def. Burkholder-Galusha, 7-6, 1-6, 6-1; J. Ngyun-S. Ngyun (C) def. Grahm-Bobadilla, 6-4, 7-5; Burell-Hanson (C) def. M. Hamilton-K. Hamilton, 6-2, 6-1. Records-Cascade 13-1 in league, 13-1 overall. Arlington 2-11, 2-11.

Stanwood 6, Oak Harbor 1: At Stanwood, Lauren Ayers and Keely Hanson won a first-set tiebreaker en route to a 7-6, 6-4 win at No. 1 doubles for Stanwood in the Wesco North meet.

At Stanwood H.S.

Singles-Schonberg (S) def. Santos, 6-2, 6-3; Herigstad (S) def. Connelly, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2; Crawford (S) def. Krieg, 6-0, 6-0; Amundson (S) def. Bezold, 6-1, 6-2. Doubles-Ayers-Hanson (S) def. Berg-Pruss, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4; Fullwiler-Mickels (S) def. Merriman-Bailey, 6-0, 6-2; Mora-Jansen (OH) def. King-Bridenbaugh, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. Records-Oak Harbor 7-7 league and overall. Stanwood 13-1, 13-1.

Boys golf

Monroe 374, Everett 410, Stanwood 432, South Whidbey 442: At Snohomish, Matt Epstein shot a 2-under-par with five birdies to capture medalist honors for Monroe.

At Echo Fall C.C.

18 holes, par 70

Monroe-Epstein 68 (medalist), Warnek 75, Partridge 75, Gorman 77, Monahan 79.

Everett-Barhanovich 74, Singh 80, Johnson 82, Silverman 87, Certain 87.

Stanwood-Z. Tafoya 75, Salerno 87, Tobin 89, J. Tafoya 90, Morganstern 91.

South Whidbey-Blakey 75, Connor 82, Kamps 89, Barrow 93, Beard 103.

Girls golf

Snohomish 106, Everett 82, Jackson 67: At Snohomish, Haley Lampman from Snohomish captured medalist honors to lead the Panthers to the non-league win.

At Kenwanda

9 holes, par 37

Stableford Scoring

Snohomish-Lampman 24 (medalist), Adams 23, Goverde 21, Artim 19, Guthrie 19,.

Everett-Burton 21, Larson 21, Diede 17, Elder 12, Floyd 11.

Jackson-Clement 23, Frank 17, So 14, Chase 13,

Archbishop Murphy 86, South Whidbey 47: At Marysville, Christine Wemhoff earned medalist honors with a Stableford of 23 to help lead Archbishop Murphy to the Cascade Conference win.

At Battle Creek

9 holes, par 36

Archbishop Murphy-Wemhoff (medalist) 23, Gogal 21, Grome 19, Frahm 12, Leonard 11.

South Whidbey-Deertrich 16, Eaton 16, Lindus 6, Hamilton 5, Genn 4.

Boys track and field

Wesco South Freshman Championship: At Everett, Jackson won four events and scored points in every event except the javelin to win the team championship. Garrett Shane won the 100- and 200-meter dashes for Mariner.

At Goddard Stadium

Team results-Jackson 215, Everett 127, Mariner 122, Shorecrest 103, Mountlake Terrace 42, Edmonds-Woodway 39, Lynnwood 37, Meadowdale 33, Shorewood 28, Kamiak 18.

110 hurdles-Williams (L) 17.61; 100-Shane (M) 11.73; 1,600-Tran (MT) 4:52; 400 relay-Jackson 47.59; 400-Mowere (E) 56.10; 300 hurdles-Hoang (J) 47.81; 800-Robertson (J) 2:18; 200-Shane (M) 24.0; 3,200-Lance (J) 11.20; 1,600 relay-Everett 3:57.08; Javelin-Burnett (L) 128-1; Discus-Alexander (E) 107-6; Triple jump-Truong (J) 39-10; Shot put-Routen (E-W) 40-7.5; High jump-Black (M) 5-10; Long jump-Rojo (M) 19-7.5; Pole vault-Doerscher (M) 11-3.

Girls track and field

Wesco South Freshman Championships: At Everett, Everett scored in all but one event to claim the team title. Erin Springer won the 400 and 800 for Shorecrest, and Brittany Peterson won the high jump and long jump for Edmonds-Woodway.

At Goddard Stadium

Team results-Everett 162, Shorecrest 121, Edmonds-Woodway 109, Mariner 84, Lynnwood 80, Shorewood 79, Kamiak 76, Meadowdale 33, Jackson 17, Mountlake Terrace 4.

3,200-Lim (E-W) 12:33; 100 hurdles-Lund (E) 17.90; 100-Howard (E-W) 13.78; 1,600-Amor (SW) 5:26; 400 relay-Shorecrest 55.62; 400-Springer (SC) 1:03.09; 800-Springer (SC) 2:30.5; 200-Overdick (L) 28.44; 300 hurdles-Carter (M) 52.45; 800 relay-Shorecrest 1:59.08; 1,600 relay-Shorecrest 4:44.01; Javelin-Moya (L) 87-11.5; Discus-Rogojan (SC) 99-11; Triple jump-Stinson (E) 33-1; Shot put-Peel (E) 33-9; High jump-Peterson (E-W) 4-8; Long jump-Peterson (E-W) 15-3; Pole vault-Wilkinson (SW) 8-0.

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