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Prep roundup for Monday, April 17

Prep roundup for Monday, April 17:

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

BASEBALL

Wesco 3A/2A North

Snohomish 7, Everett 0

EVERETT — Jackson Weeks and Easton Leonard combined on a three-hit shutout and both also contributed at the plate to lead Snohomish past Everett in a league game.

Weeks struck out eight in 5.1 solid innings and added a double and an RBI on offense, Leonard struck out one in 1.2 perfect frame and went 3-for-3 with a run scored, and Baylor Hill tripled and drove in two runs for Snohomish (11-4, 8-1 Wesco 3A/2A North).

Ian Hendry, Octavius Tovar-Vasquez and Wesley Mueller all had base hits for Everett (4-12, 2-7).

Wesco 3A/2A South

Meadowdale 5, Cedarcrest 4 (8)

LYNNWOOD — Nolan Webster drove in two runs and Meadowdale rallied with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and earned a walk-off league win over Cedarcrest on a balk in extras.

Broderick Bluhm struck out five and allowed one run in three quality innings of relief, Jayden Costa and Isaiah Kepoo-Sebate doubled and Meadowdale (9-8, 5-5 Wesco 3A/2A South) drew 15 walks in the win.

Jake Polacek went 1-for-1 with a double, three walks, a stolen base and two runs scored for Cedarcrest (3-11, 2-8).

Mountlake Terrace 9, Lynnwood 2

BOTHELL — Dayton Nickolson struck out six and allowed just one run on one hit in five innings to help lead Mountlake Terrace to a league win over Lynnwood.

Jack Gripentrog went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI, Matthew Meadows went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Bede Bresee and Tyler Shankle each doubled and drove in a run for Mountlake Terrace (8-8, 5-5 Wesco 3A/2A South).

Lynnwood fell to 5-10 overall and 4-5 in league play.

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Shorewood 15, Cascade 3

Edmonds-Woodway at Shorecrest, ppd.

Emerald Sound Conference

University Prep 2, Sultan 1

King’s 8, Granite Falls 3

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SOFTBALL

Wesco 3A/2A

Everett 10, Stanwood 3

EVERETT — Taylor Millar struck out 11 and allowed just one earned run on three hits in a complete-game effort and went 2-for-4 with an RBI at the plate as Everett rolled to a league win over Stanwood.

Samantha Stine went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI, and Shayne Hoekendorf and Madeline Pewitt had two hits each for Everett (6-5, 4-2 Wesco 3A/2A).

Rubi Lopez, Scarlett McEwen and Eliot McDonald each had a base hit for Stanwood (5-7, 3-4).

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Meadowdale 18, Marysville Pilchuck 2

Monroe 12, Shorecrest 0

Shorewood vs. Cascade at Phil Johnson Ballfields, score not reported

Mountlake Terrace at Snohomish, ppd.

Emerald Sound Conference

Sultan at Granite Falls, ppd.

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BOYS SOCCER

Wesco 3A/2A

Cascade 1, Cedarcrest 0

EVERETT — Javier Murillo Garcia scored the lone goal in the game to lift Cascade to a league win over Cedarcrest.

Colby Perman-Marshall earned the shutout in goal as Cascade improved to 6-5-1 overall and 6-4-1 in Wesco 3A/2A play.

Cedarcrest fell to 0-8-4 overall and 0-8-2 in league.

Northwest Conference

Burlington-Edison 8, Lakewood 0

Emerald Sound Conference

Seattle Academy 2, Sultan 0

Overlake at King’s, score not reported

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BOYS GOLF

Wesco 4A Match

At Mill Creek C.C., Par 36

Team scores: Kamiak 147, Jackson 153, Lake Stevens 173, Glacier Peak 180, Mariner DNQ.

Top 10 finishers: 1. Jacob Kang (J) 33, 2. Brandon Suh (K) 35, t3. Henry Kippenhan (J) 37, t3. Luke Strand (K) 37, t3. Kaedon Smith (K) 37, 6. Aaron Choi (K) 38, t7. Hugo Ramires (LS) 41, t7. Alex Vo (J) 41, Sam Stupey (K) 41, t10. Zach Hansen (LS) 42, t10. David Fairwell (J) 42, Zach Byrd (J) 42.

Wesco 3A 8-Team Match

At Echo Falls G.C., Par 35

Team scores: Snohomish 145, Stanwood 153, Monroe 162, Arlington 166, Cascade 178, Marysville Getchell 180, Marysville Pilchuck 215, Everett DNQ.

Top 10 finishers: t1. Conrad Chisman (Stan.) 34, t1. Drew Hanson (Sno.) 34, 3. Hudson Capelli (Sno.) 36, t4. Cade Strickland (Sno.) 37, t4. Jaxon Brittingham (Mon.) 37, t6. Palmer Mutcheson (Sno.) 38, t6. Logan Fetters (Sno.) 38, t6. Sam Johnston (Stan.) 38, t6. Cadyn Sava (A) 38, t10. Wyatt Prohn (Mon.) 39, t10. Sam Nelson (E) 39, t10. Wyatt Sandven (Stan.) 39.

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Shorewood, King’s, Shorecrest at Jackson Park G.C., results not reported

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GIRLS GOLF

Burlington-Edison Invite

At Skagit Golf and C.C., Par 73

Team scores (winner and locals): 1. Mercer Island 365, 2. Kamiak 369, 3. Cedarcrest 398, 4. Glacier Peak 407, 5. Jackson 413, 7. Meadowdale 436, t8. Lakewood 455, t8. Lake Stevens 455, t10. Marysville Getchell 477, 12. Snohomish 479, 15. Stanwood 493, 17. Lynnwood 537, Cascade DNQ, Edmonds-Woodway DNQ.

Winner and top local finishers: 1. Lucia Morelli (Mercer Island) 76, t2. Charlotte Griffin (Cedarcrest) 79, t2. Kiana Schroeder (Lakewood) 79, 5. Heaven Kim (Kamiak) 82, 9. Abbie Dyer (Kamiak) 92, t10. Katie Winston (Glacier Peak) 94, t12. Hadley McDonough (Cedarcrest) 95, t12. Lindsay Catli (Jackson) 95, t14. Sydney Rapp (Cedarcrest) 98, t14. Brooke Lund (Stanwood) 98, t16. Jada May (Glacier Peak) 99, t16. Paige Swander (Jackson) 99, t16. Kate Sabarillo (Meadowdale) 99.

Arlington 262, Everett 267

At Gleneagle G.C.

Top finishers: 1. Emma Murphy (E) 52, 2. Kailey Bisson (A) 54, 3. Sydnee Schuerman (A) 56.

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GIRLS TENNIS

Wesco 3A North

Stanwood vs. Everett at Clark Park, results not reported

Monroe vs. Marysville Pilchuck at Totem M.S., ppd.

Wesco 3A/2A South

Cascade at Shorewood, ppd.

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