Prep roundup for Saturday, April 13

Prep roundup for Saturday, April 13:

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


Wesco South

Mountlake Terrace 7, Lynnwood 3

LYNNWOOD — Jack Gripentrog went 1-for-2 with a double and three RBI while also pitching two innings and striking out five batters in the Hawks’ win against the Royals.

Talan Zenk went 1-for-3 with a double, one run and three stolen bases, and McCoy LaBlanc also went 1-for-3 scoring one run and stealing one base for Mountlake Terrace (11-3, overall, 7-2 league). Dayton Nickolson pitched four innings with four strikeouts.

Jace Hampson, Ryder Bowman and Jaxon Kaulfuss each tallied an RBI, and Hampson and Sergio Navaro combined for three runs for Lynnwood (5-9, 4-5). Hampson stole two bases and also pitched five innings with 14 strikeouts. Gavin Overstreet threw two innings with three strikeouts.

Meadowdale 6, Cedarcrest 1

LYNNWOOD — Kealoha Kepoo-Sabate tallied two runs and one RBI in the Mavericks’ win over the Red Wolves.

Nolan Webster and Andre Titus each had one run, a stolen base and one RBI, and Tristan Dodds and Andrew Wells each scored one run for Meadowdale (8-7 overall, 5-4 league). Dodds pitched six innings with eight strikeouts.

Braden Bottemiller stole a base and scored the lone run for Cedarcrest (4-10, 1-8). Colt Norris pitched six innings, striking out three batters.

Edmonds-Woodway 4, Shorecrest 0

SHORELINE — Finn Crawford tossed a five-hit shutout, striking out six, leading the Warriors over the Scots.

Diego Escandon went 2-for-4 with a double, RBI and stolen base to lead the offense for Edmonds-Woodway (11-4 overall, 8-1 league).

Shorecrest is 11-4, 6-3.


Shorewood 4, Cascade 3


Kentwood 8, Glacier Peak 5

Shorewood 6, Glacier Peak 4

Granite Falls 12, Mount Baker 2

Monroe 5, Juanita 4

North Creek at Mariner, no scores reported

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Northwest 2B/1B

Darrington 17, Orcas Island 4

EASTSOUND — Claire Wright went 4-for-4 with five RBI and also struck out eight on the mound to lead the Loggers over the Vikings.

Ava Pater went 3-for-4 and Avery Brown drove in three runs for Darrington (3-2 overall, 3-1 league).

Orcas Island is 3-9, 2-3.


Granite Falls 28, Bellingham 16

Granite Falls 24, Bellingham 0

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Anacortes 2, Lakewood 1

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2024 Cashmere Invitational

Boys team scores: 1. Meridian (124.50), 2. Cashmere (113), 3. Lynden (101), 4. King’s (79), 5. Mount Baker (47), 6. Cascade Christian (46), 7. Naches Valley (35.50), 8. La Conner (23), 9. Quincy (21), 10. Liberty Bell (18) … 14. Granite Falls (6), T16. Sultan (3).

Girls team scores: 1. Lynden (106), 2. King’s (102), 3. Cashmere (92), 4. Meridian (71), 5. Naches Valley (54), 6. Selah (43), 7. La Conner (37), 8. Liberty Bell (27.50), 9. Sultan (26), T10. Cle Elum-Roslyn (23), T10. Tonasket (23). … 18. Granite Falls (4).

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