Prep baseball: Lakewood 6-6, Coupeville 3-5

ARLINGTON — Lakewood took both games of a season-opening Cascade Conference doubleheader. The Cougars fell behind 1-0 early in the first game, but led most of the rest of the way after scoring five in the third inning. Coupeville threatened to split the doubleheader, leading 5-2 after their half of the fifth in the second game. But the hot bats of Andrew Bean and Hunter Fritz turned things around for Lakewood. Both went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI, and the Cougars scored four in the bottom of the fifth to take a lead 6-5.

At Lakewood H.S.

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B. Etzell, W. Schaef (4) and A. Trumbull. Andrew Bean, Zach Keefe (5), Kamerin Furseth (6) and Colby Jones. WP—Bean (1-0). LP—Etzell (0-1). 2B—Bean (L), Jones (L), Matt Seiber (L). Records—Coupeville 0-2 overall. Lakewood 2-0.

At Lakewood H.S.

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A. Curtin, A. Trumbull (5) and M. Payne. Adam Oppliger, Tim Kolling (5), Matt Seiber (6) and Colby Jones. WP—Kolling (1-0). LP—Curtin (0-1). 2B—M. Payne (C), D. Chan (C), Andrew Bean (L), Hunter Fritz (L). Records—Coupeville 0-2 overall. Lakewood 2-0.

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