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Prep roundup for Saturday, May 20

Prep roundup for Saturday, May 20:

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4A State Tournament

Quarterfinals (loser out)

Puyallup 4, Jackson 0

PUYALLUP — Seventh-seeded Jackson opened the day with a win over No. 10 Federal Way, but the Timberwolves ran into a buzzsaw in No. 2 Puyallup and their season came to an end with a quarterfinals loss in the 4A state tournament.

Jackson, which won its opener 4-2 to reach the quarterfinals, finished its season with an overall record of 21-5.

Puyallup (23-3) advanced to the semifinals and will face No. 11 Sumner on Friday at Funko Field.

Opening round (loser out)

No. 7 Jackson 4, No. 10 Federal Way 2

3A State Tournament

Quarterfinals (loser out)

West Seattle 3, Edmonds Woodway 1

SEATTLE — During the 2023 high school baseball postseason, Edmonds-Woodway embraced its ability to stay engaged in tough situational games. After ending up in their fifth-straight trip into the Class 3A state tournament, the Warriors fell just shy of an appearance at Funko Field in the semifinal round.

Edmonds-Woodway claimed the district tournament crown last weekend over Mountlake Terrace and took the No. 6 seed into a loser-out doubleheader at the Southwest Athletic Complex on Saturday.

The Warriors used a six-run, sixth-inning rally in Game 1 to take down No. 11 Southridge 7-4 before falling to third-seeded West Seattle 3-1 in the quarterfinals.

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Round 2 (loser out)

Lake Washington 6, Mountlake Terrace 0

BELLEVUE — The Mountlake Terrace High School baseball team had kept finding ways to win with its back against the wall throughout the postseason.

But the magic finally ran out for the Hawks in the Class 3A state tournament’s round of 16.

Left-hander Shane Johnson pitched five scoreless innings and fourth-seeded Lake Washington used a four-run fourth inning to pull away for a 6-0 victory over 13th-seeded Terrace on Saturday at Bannerwood Park.

Lake Washington (17-6) advanced to a quarterfinal matchup later in the day against fifth-seeded Timberline.

Terrace finished its season at 16-11.

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Lincoln (Seattle) 5, Monroe 0

BELLEVUE — Fifteenth-seeded Monroe’s season came to an end with a loss No. 2 Lincoln (Seattle) in the second round of the 3A state tournament.

Monroe, which beat No. 18 Silas 6-1 in the opening round, finished its season with an overall record of 19-7.

Lincoln (21-4) advanced and beat No. 10 Liberty 2-0 later Saturday to reach the state semifinals where it will face No. 3 West Seattle on Friday at Funko Field.

Timberline 7, Shorewood 3

BELLEVUE — The Shorewood High School baseball team came up with the big rally it needed to tie things up in the fifth inning, but Timberline’s response in the sixth was too much for the Stormrays to overcome with only three outs remaining.

Fifth-seeded Timberline pushed across four runs in the bottom of the sixth and defeated 12th-seeded Shorewood 7-3 in the Class 3A state baseball tournament’s round of 16 Saturday at Bannerwood Park.

The Blazers (21-3) advanced to a quarterfinal matchup with fourth-seeded Lake Washington later Saturday evening.

The Stormrays finished their season with a 16-8 record.

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No. 6 Edmonds-Woodway 7, No. 11 Southridge 4

2A State Tournament

Quarterfinals (loser out)

Tumwater 11, Archbishop Murphy 0 (5)

CENTRALIA — Tenth-seeded Archbishop Murphy opened the day with an upset win over No. 7 Mark Morris, but the Wildcats couldn’t get past defending state champion and second-seeded Tumwater and their season came to an end with a quarterfinals loss in the 2A state tournament.

Archbishop Murphy, which won its opener 10-9 to reach the quarterfinals, finished its season with an overall record of 13-13.

Tumwater (22-3) advanced to the semifinals and will face No. 6 White River on Friday at Joe Martin Stadium.

Opening round (loser out)

No. 10 Archbishop Murphy 10, No. 7 Mark Morris 9

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Quarterfinals (loser out)

Edmonds-Woodway 3, Southridge 0

EDMONDS — The Edmonds-Woodway High School boys soccer team needed just 20 seconds to signal its intent Saturday afternoon.

While the Warriors didn’t convert on the prime scoring chance they created during the game’s first foray, the moment was emblematic of Edmonds-Woodway’s desire to grab the game by the scruff of the neck right from the start. And now the Warriors have a shot at creating history.

Edmonds-Woodway rode its opening wave to score three first-half goals, and the Warriors strolled to a 3-0 victory over the Southridge Suns in their Class 3A state quarterfinal at Edmonds District Stadium.

Ben Hanson, Victor Ibarra and Richard Duncan scored the goals as fourth-seeded Edmonds-Woodway (18-1-2) advanced to the state semifinals for just the second time since Edmonds and Woodway merged in 1990. The Warriors’ only other trip to the final four was in 2016, when they finished fourth.

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1A District 1/2 Tournament

Consolation (loser out)

Cedar Park Christian 18, Granite Falls 9

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Third-seeded Granite Falls’ season ended with a consolation loss to No. 1 Cedar Park Christian in the 1A District 1/2 Tournament.

Granite Falls finished with an overall record of 9-11.

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4A District 1/2 Championships

At Renton Memorial Stadium

Final boys team scores (locals only): 1. Lake Stevens 124.24, 2. Kamiak 114, 8. Mariner 29, 9. Glacier Peak 28.25, 14. Jackson 5. Final girls team scores (locals only): 1. Lake Stevens, 4. Kamiak 76, 8. Glacier Peak 49, 10. Jackson 26, 11. Mariner 18.

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1A District 1/2 Championships

At Lynden Christian H.S.

Final team scores: N/A

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