PREP ROUNDUP: Mountlake Terrace pitcher piles up 16 strikeouts in baseball shutout

SHORELINE — Mountlake Terrace’s Andrew Woeck knew that with a win Tuesday night a playoff berth was a possibility.

He showed it with 16 strikeouts against Shorecrest.

Woeck pitched a complete-game shutout, giving up three hits and the Hawks had enough offense to squeek out a 2-0 Wesco South win at Shorecrest H.S.

The win puts Terrace at 11-4 in league, 12-5 oveall with three regular season games remaining. Terrace needs a win and losses by Edmonds-Woodway and Shorewood to clinch a 4A District No. 1 playoff berth.

“It was all about Andrew (Woeck) today,” Terrace head coach Andrew Watters said. “He had them mixed up all day. Today was huge for (Woeck) because he was really focused and tuned in all day.”

Through the first six innings, Woeck mowed down 14 Scots, holding on to a 1-0 lead from a Terrace run in the third inning.

The Hawks stole two bases in the top of the seventh inning to setup its final run of the game on an infield hit for a 2-0 lead.

Woeck then added two strikeouts in the bottom of the seventh and Shorecrest went 1-2-3 to close out the game.

“Finishing off Shorecrest 1-2-3 in that last inning was great for (Woeck),” Watters said. “He had his composure to stay strong to the end.”

At Shorecrest H.S.

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Woeck and Volpone. Rohrback, Benbrooks (7) and Dickmeyer. WP—Woeck (5-3). LP—Rohrback (1-2). 2B—Volpone (MT). Records—Shorecrest 4-11 league, 6-11 overall. Mountlake Terrace 11-4, 12-5.

Shorewood 7, Lynnwood 1: At Shoreline, Duncan Hendrickson hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning to pad Shorewood’s lead in the Wesco South game. It wasn’t needed, however, as Thunderbirds’ pitcher Blake Snell pitched a complete game, allowing three hits while striking out 13 batters and walking none to improve to 4-2 on the season. Connor McKeever (2-for-2) added two doubles for Shorewood.

At Shorewood H.S.



Ansdel, Shaw (6) and Johnson, Kline (2). Snell, Moriarty (7) and Hendrickson. WP—Snell (4-2). LP—Ansdel. 2B—Ansdel (L), Jacobs (S), McKeever (S) 2. HR—Hendrickson (S). Records—Lynnwood 1-14 league, 1-16 overall. Shorewood 8-7, 10-7.

Arlington 13, Oak Harbor 4: At Oak Harbor, Austin Baker batted 3-for-6 with two triples and two RBI and Austin Taylor had a strong outing on the mound to earn his first win of the year and keep Arlington in the hunt for the fifth and final 4A playoff seed out of the Wesco North. Tyler Wendland (3-for-5) added an RBI double for the Eagles.

At Oak Harbor H.S.


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Taylor and Mendenhall. Stout, Francen (6), and Farnum. WP—Taylor (1-3). LP—Stout. 2B—Higby (OH), Wendland (A). 3B—Baker (A) 2. Records—Arlington 6-9 league, 7-11 overall. Oak Harbor 5-7, 8-7.

Concrete 4, Darrington 1: At Concrete, Kyler Howell pitched a complete game, one-hitter against the Darrington Loggers, leading Concrete to their fifth Northwest 2B League win. Tyler Clark provided all the run support Howell would need, batting 3-for-3 with a double, home run and two RBI. Darrington starter Johnny Nash also pitched a complete game. Nash scattered six hits, allowing the four runs and struck out a game-high 10 batters.

At Concrete H.S.



Nash and McMillion. Howell and Kayles. WP—Howell. LP—Nash (1-5). 2B—Clark (C). HR—Clark (C) 1. Records—Darrington 2-8 league. Concrete 5-4.


Glacier Peak 7, Kamiak 2: At Snohomish, Kaylee Lawson pitched a stellar complete game for Glacier Peak, allowing just two runs on four hits while striking out five. Valerie Howell led Glacier Peak with a 2-for-4 night including a double. Angie McFall batted 1-for-3 with a double and a run scored for Kamiak.

At Glacier Peak H.S.


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McFall, Severson (5) and Grant. Lawson and Dillon. WP—Lawson (5-4). LP—McFall. 2B—McFall (K), Dillon (GP), Howell (GP). Records—Kamiak 3-7 league, 3-9 overall. Glacier Peak 9-2, 9-4.

Shorewood 7, Edmonds-Woodway 2: At Edmonds, Madison Hollenbeck pitched a complete game and helped herself out on offense with two RBI to lead Shorewood to the Wesco South win. Chloe Pope-Levison batted 2-for-4 with two runs scored and Kendra Holley (1-3) added two RBI for the Thunderbirds. Edmonds-Woodway was led by Stephanie Roper, who was 1-for-2 with a triple and an RBI.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.



Batteries not reported. WP—Hollenbeck. LP—not reported. 3B—Roper (E-W). Records—Shorewood 6-5 league, 6-7 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 3-8, 3-10.

Marysville-Pilchuck 6, Monroe 1: At Monroe, Marysville-Pilchuck remained undefeated in Wesco North play. The Tomahawks took a 2-1 lead to the plate in the sixth inning when Morgan Martinis broke the game open. Riley Fritz led off with a single and Monroe allowed the next two hitters to reach on back-to-back errors, loading the bases. Martinis followed with a grand slam over the center field wall. The four spot gave Fritz a five-run lead to work with and that was more than enough. Fritz wound up with the complete game, scattering seven hits while allowing just the one run and striking out nine with one walk.

At Park Place Field



Fritz and Christensen. Egan and Keffeler. WP—Fritz. LP—Egan (5-4). 2B—Vye (M). HR—Martinis (MP). Records—Marysville-Pilchuck 10-0 league, 11-2 overall. Monroe 4-6, 6-8.

Darrington 24, Concrete 12 (6 innings): At Concrete, Darrington earned the Northwest 2B League softball win in a slugfest. Led by Randi Wales, who finished 3-for-5 with four RBI, the Loggers scored 24 runs while pounding out 16 hits. Also getting in on the action for the Loggers were Jessica Brooks, who batted 2-for-5 with four RBI, and Caresse Baker, who went 3-for-6 with two RBI.

At Concrete H.S.



Wales and Vargas. A. Johnson and L. Lloyd. WP—Wales (2-4). LP—A. Johnson. 2B—Baker (D), Brooks (D), Wales (D) 3, Wood (C). Records—Darrington not reported. Concrete not reported.

Boys golf

Kamiak 178, Shorewood 191, M. Terrace 233, Shorecrest 233

At Jackson Park G.C.

Nine holes played, par 36

Shorewood: Chris Babcock 35, Max McKinley 36, Kevin Dowd 39, Mark Greeny 40, Spencer Davis 41. Shorecrest: Andrew Hewitt 41, Konrad Otani 42, Ben Mersereau 45, Kenny Johnson 50, Braden Mulcahy 55. Mountlake Terrace: Jesse Anderson 41, Eric Henning 42, Alex Miyares 44, Kelby Brown 49, Sam Brogi 57. Kamiak: Abe Kim (medalist) 34, Mark Strickland 35, Chris Yun 35, Chris Hatch 36, Eric McCabe 38, Brandon Hill 38.

Jackson 341, Lynnwood 449, Mariner 525

At Lynnwood Municipal G.C.

18 holes played, par 65

Jackson: David Won (medalist) 64, Connor Miele 68, Barrett McGinnis 69, Kyle Cornet 69, Taylor Pirnke 71. Mariner: John Garrison 81, Colton Geffeller 103, Tim Hofford 105, Alex Teodorescu 109, Arindham Vaid 127. Lynnwood: Jeremiah Leudtke 74, Jake Eddy 89, Chris Kossik 93, David Decock 96, Chase Brandt 97.

Arlington 396, Lake Stevens 409, Stanwood 424

At Gleneagle G.C.

18 holes played, par 70

Arlington: Levi Larson (medalist) 72, Jack Lindley 78, Anthony Allen 80, Brandon Heise 80, Karl Bielser 86. Lake Stevens: Nick Paylor 78, Partick Barrett 81, Kyle Gellner 81, Mitch Girard 84, Dustin Dwyer 85. Stanwood: Nick Morgenstern 76, John Thayer 78, Paige Kavanagh 85, Reece Esary 86, Justin Simmons 99.

Oak Harbor 412, Cascade 449, Monroe 454

At Whidbey G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Cascade: Anthony Chiarelli 73 (co-medalist), Joey Elrand-Wert 87, Nolan Flannery 91, Bryce Kay 99, Tim Reading 99. Monroe: Preston Love 76, Andrew Russell 81, John Crosbie 95, Jon Stafford 100, Dylan Pemberton 102. Oak Harbor: Judd Ford 73 (co-medalist), Greg Martin 80, Matt Fikse 84, Jim Nguyen 85, Austin Fields 90.

Girls tennis

Snohomish 6, Lake Stevens 0

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Singles—Annalyn Bliven (S) def. Katie Slaker 4-6, 6-1, 6-3; Brady Coad (S) led Malia McAvoy 6-2, 3-3 susp.; Gabby Wilson (S) def. Kenzie Fitchner 6-2, 6-0; Alyssa Angell (S) def. Kristin Call 6-0, 6-1. Doubles—Julie Winston-Brielle Nicholas (S) def. Brooke Larsen-Kylee Hilde 6-3, 7-6; Britt Wilson-Julia Young (S) def. Kourtney VanSanten-Erica Huffman 6-1, 6-1; Kellie Delisle-Shelby Short (S) def. Miranda Shultz-Brooke Bush 6-1, 6-3. Records—Snohomish 9-2 league, 9-2 overall. Lake Stevens 4-8, 4-8.

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