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Prep results for Monday, May 16

Prep results for Monday, May 16:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com)



At Legion Memorial G.C.; Par 71

Top 10 after first round: 1. Daniel Kim (Kamiak) 66, 2. Jacob Kang (Jackson) 68, 3. Josh Waldo (Glacier Peak) 70, t4. Brand Suh (Kamiak) 72, t4. Brandon Yoon (Kamiak) 72, r4. Koen Solis (Jackson) 72, t4. Aaron Choi (Kamiak) 72, 8. Henry Kieppenhan (Jackson) 73, 9. Alex Vo (Jackson) 73, 10. Luke Strand (Kamiak) 77.


At Legion Memorial G.C.; Par 71

Top 10 after first round: 1. Conrad Chisman (Stanwood) 68, t2. Baylor Larrabee (Ferndale) 72, t2. Ben Borgida (Shorewood) 72, t2. Issey Tanimura (Shorewood) 72, 5. Tyson Olds (Snohomish) 75, 6. Palmer Mutcheson (Snohomish) 76, 7. JT Hagglund (Stanwood) 77, t8. Tysey Tanimura (Shorewood) 78, t8. Aidan Wyer (Oak Harbor) 78, t8. Ethan Dumo (Mountlake Terrace) 78.


At Skagit Valley G.C.

Scores not reported

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At Whidbey G.C.

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At Sehome H.S.

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At Phil Johnson Ballfields

First round

Glacier Peak 5, Eastlake 4

Inglemoor 7, Kamiak 4


Jackson 8, Glacier Peak 0

EVERETT — Yanina Sherwood tossed a two-hit shutout and belted two home runs as Jackson advanced to the 4A Wes-King Bi-District tournament semifinals with an 8-0 victory over Glacier Peak at Phil Johnson Ballfields.

Sherwood hit a two-run shot in the bottom of the second and a three-run blast in the fourth to finish with five RBI. She also struck out 11 batters and walked just one in the circle.

Rachel Sysum added a two-run homer the fourth and Simone Williams drove in a run with a single in the sixth for the Timberwolves (20-1).

Ashleigh Wojcik and Faith Jordan each hit a single for the Grizzlies (15-6).

Jackson advances to face Skyline in a winner-to-state semifinal game 4 p.m Wednesday at Phil Johnson Ballfields.

Glacier Peak falls to the consolation bracket and faces Kamiak in a loser-out game 4 p.m. Wednesday at Phil Johnson Ballfields. The winner of that contest faces Lake Stevens at 6 p.m. in another loser-out game.

Mount Si 4, Lake Stevens 3

EVERETT — Lake Stevens fell to Skyline in a 4A Wes-King Bi-District tournament quarterfinals at Phil Johnson Ballfields.

The Vikings (10-9) fall to the consolation bracket and face either Glacier Peak or Kamiak in a loser-out game 6 p.m. Wednesday at Phil Johnson Ballfields.

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Skyline 3, Redmond 1

Inglemoor vs. Bothell, score not reported

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