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Prep roundup for Thursday, April 4

Prep roundup for Thursday, April 4:

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

BASEBALL

Wesco North

Arlington 9, Marysville Pilchuck 3

ARLINGTON — Eli Jones had two RBI and one run in the Eagles’ win over the Tomahawks.

Seth Berry, Jace Graham and Jay Smith each tallied two runs for Arlington (6-5 overall, 5-0 league). Pitchers Aiden Jones and Cy Bradley combined for seven strikeouts.

Jake Skarwecki, Shane Nelson and Luke Shoemaker each tallied an RBI and walk for Marysville Pilchuck (1-9, 1-4). Skarwecki also pitched five innings with three strikeouts.

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Archbishop Murphy at Monroe, postponed

Snohomish at Marysville Getchell, postponed

Wesco South

Lynnwood 2, Cascade 0

LYNNWOOD — Jaxon Kaulfuss played a factor in the Royals’ victory over the Bruins, carding a run, one RBI and two walks.

Jace Hampson scored a run and pitched seven innings, striking out 12 batters for Lynnwood (2-8 overall, 1-4 league). The Royals also tallied five stolen bases by five different runners.

Manny Molina and Steven Wilson III each had a hit for Cascade (2-8, 1-4). Marcell Alexander pitched 5 2/3 innings with four strikeouts.

Non-league

Edmonds-Woodway 5, Lake Stevens 1

LAKE STEVENS — Cruz Escandon went 2-for-4, tallied an RBI, a double and two runs for the Warriors in their win over the Vikings.

Andreas Simonsen went 2-for-3 with two RBI and Kohl Gruender 2-for-3 with a double for Edmonds-Woodway (9-3 overall). Finn Crawford pitched five innings and William Alseth two, combining for five strikeouts.

Julian Wilson went 2-for-2, hitting two doubles and earning a walk, and Aspen Alexander scored the lone run for Lake Stevens (5-4). Jared Hardie pitched 4 2/3 innings with seven strikeouts.

Stanwood 7, Kamiak 3

MUKILTEO — Ryan Cheeseman pitched six innings and struck out 10 batters in the Spartans’ win over the Knights.

Aidan O’Neil scored a run and tallied three walks, and Tanner Requa and Luke Brennan each had two RBI for Stanwood (6-5 overall).

Dylan Batalona had two runs and one walk and John Hui two one run for Kamiak (5-5). Pitchers Andrew Hernandez and Blake Fischer combined for 6 2/3 innings with 10 strikeouts.

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Jackson 5, Everett 4

Sultan 17, Friday Harbor 3

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SOFTBALL

Non-league

Monroe 11 Mount Vernon 2

Friday Harbor at Sultan, postponed

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GIRLS TENNIS

Wesco South

Shorecrest at Shorewood, postponed

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TRACK & FIELD

Non-league

Cedarcrest, Kamiak, Shorecrest, Sitka

At Shoreline Stadium

Boys team scores: Shorecrest 113, Sitka 34; Kamiak 143, Sitka 7; Kamiak 121, Shorecrest 29; Cedarcrest 102.5, Sitka 25.5; Cedarcrest 78, Shorecrest 72; Kamiak 122, Cedarcrest 28.

Girls team scores: Shorecrest 121, Sitka 25; Kamiak 95, Sitka 44; Shorecrest 80, Kamiak 61; Cedarcrest 84, Sitka 44; Shorecrest 82, Cedarcrest 57; Kamiak 68, Cedarcrest 63.

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Mariner, Monroe, Shorewood

At Mariner H.S.

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