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Prep roundup for Wednesday, May 17

Prep roundup for Wednesday, May 17:

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SOFTBALL

4A District 1/2 Tournament

At Phil Johnson Ballfields

Semifinals (winner to state)

Jackson 6, Skyline 1

EVERETT — The Jackson High School softball team punched its ticket to state with relative ease Wednesday evening at Phil Johnson Ballfields.

After a 6-0 shutout over Inglemoor on Monday, the No. 2-seeded Timberwolves moved on in the 4A District 1/2 Tournament bracket with a 6-1 semifinal victory over No. 3 Skyline.

With the win, Jackson (21-1) will face undefeated Bothell (24-0) in the district championship tilt, which will be held on Friday at 6 p.m. at the same location.

The Spartans came into the matchup averaging 10.0 runs per contest, with their lowest run total coming back on Mar. 20, when they were shut out by Bothell. The Spartans went 3-for-23 at the plate, with just a late homer coming in the seventh inning.

(Click for complete game story and photo gallery)

Consolation (loser out)

Glacier Peak 10, Issaquah 0 (5); Glacier Peak 8, Woodinville 0

EVERETT — Eighth-seeded Glacier Peak kept its season going with a pair of loser-out wins over No. 10 Issaquah and No. 6 Woodinville in the 4A District 1/2 Tournament.

Glacier Peak (18-4) advanced to face No. 4 Eastlake in a winner-to-state, loser-out game at 4 p.m. on Friday at Phil Johnson Ballfields. The winner of that game will play in the tournament’s 3rd/4th-place game at 6 p.m.

Kamiak 22, Inglemoor 2 (5)

EVERETT — Fifth-seeded Kamiak routed No. 7 Inglemoor in a loser-out consolation game to stay alive in the 4A District 1/2 Tournament.

Kamiak (18-4) advanced to face No. 3 Skyline in a winner-to-state, loser-out game at 4 p.m. on Friday at Phil Johnson Ballfields. The winner of that game will play in the tournament’s 3rd/4th-place game at 6 p.m.

2A District 1 Tournament

At Janicki Fields

Semifinals (winner to state, non-elimination)

Sedro-Woolley 7, Lakewood 0

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Fifth-seeded Lakewood won its quarterfinal game over No. 4 Cedarcrest, but fell to top-seeded Sedro-Woolley in the winner-to-state semifinals of the 2A District 1 Tournament.

Lakewood (10-10) dropped into the consolation bracket and will face No. 7 Archbishop Murphy in a loser-out game at 4 p.m. on Friday at Janicki Fields, with the winner advancing to a winner-to-state, loser-out game at 6 p.m.

Sedro-Woolley (18-4) clinched a state berth and advanced to face No. 3 Lynden in the district title game at 6:30 p.m. on Friday.

Quarterfinals (non-elimination)

No. 2 Burlington-Edison 13, No. 7 Archbishop Murphy 2

No. 5 Lakewood 3, No. 4 Cedarcrest 0

Consolation (loser out)

Archbishop Murphy 4, Squalicum 2

SEDRO-WOOLLEY —Seventh-seeded Archbishop Murphy bounced back from a consolation loss to No. 2 Burlington-Edison and beat No. 6 Squalicum in a consolation loser-out game of the 2A District 1 Tournament.

Archbishop Murphy (10-13) will face No. 5 Lakewood in a loser-out game at 4 p.m. on Friday at Janicki Fields, with the winner advancing to a winner-to-state, loser-out game at 6 p.m.

Squalicum finished its season with an overall record of 8-13.

Cedarcrest 16, Anacortes 0

SEDRO-WOOLLEY —Fourth-seeded Cedarcrest bounced back from a consolation loss to No. 5 Lakewood and beat No. 8 Anacortes in a consolation loser-out game of the 2A District 1 Tournament.

Cedarcrest (12-8) will face No. 2 Burlington-Edison in a loser-out game at 4 p.m. on Friday at Janicki Fields, with the winner advancing to a winner-to-state, loser-out game at 6 p.m.

Anacortes finished its season with an overall record of 5-16.

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BOYS SOCCER

3A State Tournament

Opening round

North Thurston 1, Monroe 0

LACEY — Farhan Moustafa broke a scoreless tie with a goal in the 60th minute as sixteenth-seeded North Thurston ended No. 10 Monroe’s season in the opening round of the 3A state tournament.

North Thurston advanced to face top-seed Lincoln (Seattle) in Round 2 on Friday.

Monroe, which finished third in state last year, finished its season with an overall record of 11-7-3.

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GIRLS GOLF

4A District 1 Tournament, Final round

At Snohomish G.C., Par 72

Team scores (winner to state): Kamiak 705, Jackson 747, Glacier Peak 785, Lake Stevens DNQ, Mariner DNQ.

Top 10 finishers (all to state unless otherwise noted): 1. Heaven Kim (K) 75-72—147, 2. Paige Swander (J) 92-82—174, 3. Abbie Dyer (K) 84-92—176, 4. Lindsay Catli (J) 93-88—181, t5. Ester Yapjoco (J) 101-89—190, t5. Francine Javier (K) 95-95—190, 7. Jada May (GP) 96-96—191, *8. Maddie Binek (GP) 97-96—193, 9. Ashley Kang (K) 103-91—194, t10. Annie Jung (K) 101-95—196, *t10. Madelyn Ask (LS) 96-100—196, *t10. Mackenzie Dunkin (LS) 99-97—196.

*State alternate

3A District 1 Tournament, Final round

At Snohomish G.C., Par 72

Team state qualifiers: Oak Harbor 755, Meadowdale 766, Snohomish 804, Shorecrest 819.

Top 11 finishers (all to state): 1. Alison Dumo (Mountlake Terrace 91-89—180, 2. Addison Nations (Oak Harbor) 99-83—182, 3. Rachel Reitz (Meadowdale) 94-90—184, 5. Reagan Syring (Oak Harbor) 93-94—187, t6. Kari Petterson (Meadowdale) 98-94—192, t6. Hailey Jenzen (Oak Harbor) 101-91—192, 8. Brooke Lund (Stanwood) 99-94—193, t9. Sara Pate (Mount Vernon) 97-97—194, t9. Siv Noora Wolters (Meadowdale) 99-95—194, t9. Scarlett Nations (Oak Harbor) 102-92—194.

*The above is not a comprehensive list of all District 1 golfers headed to state. All golfers from qualifying teams plus the next best eight individuals will compete in the state tournament.

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GIRLS TENNIS

4A District 1 Tournament, Day 2

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Team scores: Jackson 24, Kamiak 13, Lake Stevens 9, Glacier Peak 6, Mariner 0.

Championship matches (winners to state)

Singles—Chloe Lee (K) def. Kirthika Sasikumar (J) 7-5, 6-1. Doubles—Isha Handa-Gracie Schouten (J) def. Ru Sansuddi-Bhu Sansuddi 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.

2nd/3rd-place matches (no state qualifiers)

Singles—Kirthika Sasikumar (J) def. Nithi Byreddy (J) 6-2, 6-0. Doubles—Ru Sansuddi-Bu Sansuddi (LS) def. Kayla Shin-Jasmine Wijaya (J) 7-6 (7-3), 7-5.

3A District 1 Tournament, Day 2

At Snohomish H.S.

Championship matches (both to state)

Singles—Rylie Gettmann (Shorewood) def. Paige Oliver (Edmonds-Woodway) 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Doubles—Hannah Wells-Emerson Norris (Snohomish) def. Mari Brittle-Alex Mignogna (Shorewood) 6-3, 6-0.

3rd/4th-place matches (both to state)

Singles—Emily Lin (Shorewood) def. Audrey Medina (Stanwood) 4-6, 6-1, 7-6. Doubles—Lindsay Rand-Sophia Serwold (Shorewood) def. Bri Ulrich-Mak Dauer (Snohomish) 6-7 (4-7), 6-4, 6-4.

5th/6th-place matches (winner to state)

Singles—Brooke Asper (Marysville Pilchuck0 def. Gracie Cecka (Oak Harbor) 5-7, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2. Doubles— Tessi Mumbulumma-Alissa Rautenberg (Stanwood) def. Claire Mitchell-Lily Haessler (Shorecrest) 6-3, 6-1.

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2A District 1 Tournament, Day 2 at Sehome H.S., result not reported

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TRACK AND FIELD

4A District 1/2 Championships, Day 1

At Renton Memorial Stadium

Boys team scores (locals only): 1. Kamiak 66, 2. Lake Stevens 52.25, 11. Glacier Peak 8.25, 12. Mariner 8, 14. Jackson 2. Girls team scores (locals only): 1. Kamiak 36, 6. Lake Stevens 30, 8. Glacier Peak 13, t12. Mariner 6, 14. Jackson 2.

Click here for Day 1 results (top 4 from finals to state)

3A District 1 Championships, Day 1

At Shoreline Stadium

Boys team scores (top 5): 1. Arlington 91, 2. Shorewood 33, 3. Lynnwood 28, 4. Snohomish 21, t5. Oak Harbor 20, t5. Stanwood 20. Girls team scores (top 5): 1. Snohomish 58, 2. Shorewood 41, 3. Stanwood 32, 4. Meadowdale 26, 5. Mount Vernon 25.

Click here for Day 1 results (top 5 from finals to state)

2A District 1 Championships, Day 1

At Lakewood H.S.

Boys team scores (leaders and locals): t1. Burlington-Edison 33, t1. Lynden 33, t4. Lakewood 19, 9. Cedarcrest 15. Girls team scores (leader and locals): 1. Anacortes 80, 6. Lakewood 22, t7. Archbishop Murphy 7, 10. Cedarcrest 4.

Click here for Day 1 results (top 3 from finals to state)

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