Prep results for Saturday, March 30

Here are the prep results for Saturday, March 30, with links to box scores where applicable:

BASEBALL

Northwest Conference

Ferndale 13, Lakewood 0

Nonconference

Cedar Park Christian 4, Anacortes 0

BOYS GOLF

2019 Champions’ Invitational

At The Golf Club of Terra Lago (Indio, Calif.)

Team scores (top five and locals): 1. Coronado 875, 2. Palm Desert 982, 3. Servite 900, 4. Bellarmine 909, 5. Archibishop Mitty 917, 23. Everett 952.

Everett—Austin Duffy 234, Andrew Martin 237, Ronny Kildall 237, Josef Kosnek 246.

SOFTBALL

Nonconference

Fife 17, Coupeville 1

Forks 8, Coupeville 4

TRACK AND FIELD

Kent Meridian Invite

At Kent-Meridian H.S.

Boys team scores (top five and locals): 1. Kent Meridian 93, 2. Auburn Mountainview 86, 3. Federal Way 68, 4. Lincoln 65, 5. Bellevue 51, 21. Meadowdale 6, 25. King’s 3.

Girls team scores (top five and locals): 1. Curtis 84, 2. Thomas Jefferson 63.5, 3. Bonney Lake 51.5, 4. Kent Meridian 44, 5. Federal Way 41, T-18. King’s 16, T-18. Meadowdale 16.

Liberty Invite

At Liberty H.S.

Mariner

Eisenhower Invite

At Zaepfel Stadium

Boys team scores (top five and locals): 1. Richland 70.97, 2. Ellensburg 60.94, 3. Eisenhower 59.96, 4. Pullman 57.99, 5. Juanita 41.99, 6. Glacier Peak 36.99, T-14. South Whidbey 6, T-14. Cedarcrest 6, T-20. Sultan 1.

Girls team scores (top five and locals): 1. Glacier Peak 121.97, 2. Richland 74.98, 3. Juanita 51.97, 4. Ellensburg 43, 5. WHite River 38, 6. Cedarcrest 33.5, 13. South Whidbey 10.

Coupville Invite

At Coupeville H.S.

Boys team scores (top five and locals): 1. Mount Vernon Christian 166, 2. Cedar Park Christian 128, 3. Coupeville 92, 4. Clallam Bay 50, 5. Crescent 49.

Girls team scores (top five and locals): 1. Coupeville 137, 2. Cedar Park Christian 101, 3. Mount Vernon Christian 100, 4. Clallam Bay 61, 5. Crescent 7.

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