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Prep roundup for Friday, May 17

Prep roundup for Friday, May 17:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com. Please report results by 10:30 p.m.)

SOFTBALL

4A District 1/2 (Championship, both teams to state)

Jackson 4, Kamiak 3

4A District 1/2 (consolations)

Glacier Peak 4, Lake Stevens 2

4A District 1/2 (consolations, both teams to state)

Glacier Peak 13, Redmond 3 (6)

4A District 1/2 (winner to state, loser out)

North Creek 5, Lake Stevens 2

2A District 1 (consolations, loser out)

Burlington-Edison 7, Cedarcrest 3

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Lakewood 10, Archbishop Murphy 1

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The fourth-seeded Lakewood High School softball team advanced with a win over No . 6 Archbishop Murphy in the first game of a Class 2A District 1 tournament doubleheader.

Avalon Kummer went 3-for-4 at the plate with a double, while Maddy Holthaus, Katie Krueger and Every Hite each had two hits.

Krueger pitched all seven innings in the circle, giving up five hits with nine strikeouts and a walk.

The Wildcats ended their season 5-17 overall.

Burlington-Edison 15, Lakewood 5 (5)

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Avalon Kummer delivered a 3-for-3 performance at the plate, doubling twice with two runs scored, but Lakewood’s season ended with a loss to second-seeded Burlington-Edison in the second leg of a Class 2A District 1 loser-out doubleheader.

EmmaJoy Wise homered and went 2-for-3 with three RBI, while Skylar Sobitz also had a home run.

The Cougars finished the year 15-7.

1A Emerald Sound Conference

Granite Falls 23, Sultan 1

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 10, Granite Falls 5

1A Emerald Sound Conference (loser out)

South Whidbey 18, Sultan 1

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BOYS SOCCER

Class 3A State (Round 2, loser out)

Edmonds-Woodway 6, Mead 2

CENTRAL KITSAP —Alex Plumis netted two goals, adding an assist as seventh-seeded Edmonds-Woodway defeated No. 10 Mead in a Class 3A state tournament game.

Richard Duncan contributed a goal and two assists, while Joey Dornay, Andrew Montero and Anand Raghu all scored for the Warriors (14-3-3).

Edmonds-Woodway will square off against No. 15 Ballard on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Central Kitsap High School.

Lincoln (Seattle) 3, Arlington 1

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TRACK & FIELD

Class 3A Northwest District 1 Championships (Day 2)

At Shoreline Stadium

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Class 2A District Meet (Day 2)

At Lakewood H.S.

For full results click here

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