Prep baseball: Anacortes 8, Lakewood 7

ANACORTES — Anacortes rallied for a four-run seventh inning to defeat Lakewood in a nonleague game. Brandon Stott batted 3-for-3 with two doubles and Andrew Bean went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI to lead the Cougars in the loss.

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Adam Oppliger, Andrew Bean (2), Hunter Fritz (3), Kamerin Furseth (4), Tim Kolling (5), Matt Seiber (6), Zach Keefe (7) and Colby Jones. A. Yost, J. Neville 2, J. Brennan (5), B. King (6), A Medalia (7) and T. Johnson. WP—Medalia. LP—Keefe (0-1). 2B—Brandon Stott (L) 2, Bean (L), T. Johnson (A), B. King (A), D. Bateman (A), J. Douglas (A). Records—Lakewood 3-1 overall. Anacortes not reported.

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