Saturday’s prep results

BASEBALL

Glacier Peak 10, Kamiak 0 (5)

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Kamiak 000 00 — 0 2 0

Glacier Peak 005 5x — 10 6 0

Andrew Sonnichsen, PJ Luckovich (4) and Isaiah Shigematsu; Nick Baldini and Cam Keller. WP—Baldini. LP—Sonnichsen. Highlights—Colton Bunt (GP) 2-3, 2 HR; Joel Plank (GP) 1-3, 2B; Cam Keller (GP) 1-1, 3B.

Shorewood 6, Mountlake Terrace 1

At Meridian Park

M. Terrace 000 010 0 — 1 3 1

Shorewood 200 103 x — 6 10 0

Tanner Boe and Ian Potoshnik; Will Smith and Connor Adams. WP—Smith (6-0). LP—Boe. Highlights—Boe (MT) 1-3, 2B, R; Bryan Host (S) 2-4, 2RBI; Jake Fredrickson (S) 2-4, 2RBI; Brandon Main (S) 2-4, RBI.

Blaine 5, Granite Falls 2

At Granite Falls H.S.

Blaine 001 012 1 — 5 8 1

Granite Falls 110 000 0 — 2 8 1

Eric Davis, Brad Tulloch (7) and Kai Nagle; John Brown, Trent Dykes (5), Ben Schneiders (6) and James Hamblem. WP—Davis. LP—Brown. Highlights—Sam Blacken (GF) 2-3, RBI; Dykes (GF) 2-2, R.

Cedar Park Christian 8, Cedarcrest 0

At Cedarcrest H.S.

CPC 000 224 0 — 8 9 0

Cedarcrest 000 000 0 — 0 4 3

Jack Flynn, Ben Hann (6), and Zach Cokos, Drew McLaurin (2), Cokos (4). Kyle Lupo, Kenny Krivanek (6), and Jaren Stevenson. WP—Flynn. LP—Lupo. Highlights—Cokos (CPC) 2-3, RBI; Michael Attalah (CPC) 1-4, 2B, 2RBI; Hann (CPC) 1-1, 2B, 2RBI; Flynn (CPC) 1-3, 2RBI; Jared Pletcher (C) 2-3.

SOFTBALL

Lake Stevens 10, Mount Si 0 (5)

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Mount Si 000 00 — 0 2 0

Lake Stevens 124 21 — 10 11 0

Lauren Wilbourne and Maddy Trout; Sarah Johnson and Payton Beaver. WP—Johnson. LP—Wilbourne. Highlights—Makala Akers (LS) 2-2, HR; Meghan McGinnis (LS) 2-3, 2B, 2B; Emma Fortney (LS) HR; Savanna Neuman (LS) 2B.

South Whidbey 17, Port Townsend 0 (5)

At Port Townsend H.S.

S. Whidbey 420 47 — 17 9 0

P. Townsend 000 00 — 0 0 0

Mackenzee Collins and Ari Marshall. Jordyn King, Tana Fukano (3) and catcher not reported. WP—Collins. LP—King. Highlights—Collins (SW) perfect game, 14K, 1-2, 2B, 3RBI; Leah Merrow (SW) 2-3, 2B, 2RBI, 2SB.

TRACK & FIELD

Eason Invitational

At Veterans Memorial Stadium

Boys

Winners and top local finishers

Team scores—Glacier Peak 62, Gonzaga Prep 45.7, South Kitsap 43.2, Timberline 37.2, Kamiak 36, Issaquah 34, Kentwood 32, Inglemoor 31, Edmonds-Woodway 29.7, Bonney Lake 29, O’Dea 27, Chelan 24.2, Mariner 22.7, Ballard 22, Juanita 21.7, Decatur 18.2, Meadowdale 17, Lummi 16.7, Fife 16, Lynnwood 16, Snohomish 15, Woodinville 15, Newport 14.7, West Seattle 14, Sunnyside 12, Mount Vernon 10, Shorewood 10, Franklin Pierce 10, Mary M. Knight 10, Mountlake Terrace 9.2, Roosevelt 9, Lakeside 9, Handsworth Secondary (B.C.) 8, Stanwood 7, Cedarcrest 6, Bellingham 6, Spanaway Lake 6, Archbishop Murphy 5, Mount Baker 4, Bremerton 4, Nooksack Valley 3, Seattle Academy 3, Cascade 3, Everett 3, Garfield 2.

100—1, Xzandre Jean-Francois, Gonzaga Prep, 11.49; 2, (tie) Romelo Mangum, Mariner, and Kyle Duncan, Stanwood, 11.53; 200—1, Kemuel Santanta, O’Dea, 22.46; 4, Ethan Willems, Glacier Peak, 22.91; 400—1, Evan Mafilas, O’Dea, 49.77; 3, Ethan Willems, Glacier Peak, 49.94; Elite 800—1, Devan Kirk, Shorewood, 1:56.14; 1600—1, Matthew Park, Edmonds-Woodway, 4:20.79; 3200—1, James Konugres, Ballard, 9:34.1; 3, Sam McCloughan, Edmonds-Woodway, 9:40.31; 110 hurdles—1, Jeremiah Cooney, Gonzaga Prep, 15.01; 4, Elijah Edwards, Lynnwood, 15.51; 300 hurdles—1, Cass Elliott, West Seattle, 39.14; 3, Gunnar Schultz, Cedarcrest, 41.20; 4×100 relay—1, Timberline (Aaron Washington, Jaylen Taylor, Jacob Henning, Michael Barnes) 44.38; 6, Mariner (Mangum, Tyrone Jones, Robel Anshebo, Marangelo Mangino) 45.0; 4×400 relay—1, Glacier Peak (Heston Pettis, Sean Bak, Nicholas Mullineux-Perrault, Chris Bianchini) 3:28.38; Distance medley relay—1, Glacier Peak (Bianchini, Willems, Mullineux-Perrault, Riley McDowell) 10:58.46; Shot put—1, Nolan Van Amen, South Kitsap, 59-9; 6, Ben Howard, Everett, 46-3; Discus—1, Nolan Van Amen, South Kitsap, 167-5; 5, Martin Napeahi, Archbishop Murphy, 144-2; Javelin—1, Sterling Gordon-Fournier, Chelan, 185-4; 2, Brandon Bach, Mountlake Terrace, 176-2; Long jump—1, Joe Nelson, Issaquah, 21-7.25; 3, Adam Alayli, Kamiak, 20-10.5; High jump—1, Jason Lowe, Newport, 6-2; 2 (tie), Jammie Phea, Mariner and Maxim vengrovski, Edmonds-Woodway, 5-10; Triple jump—1, Taylor, Timberline, 44-4; 7, Patrick Olson, Kamiak, 40-4; Pole vault—1, Ryan Clutter, Woodinville, 14-0; 2, Cyrus Marshall, Meadowdale, 14-0.

Girls

Winners and top local finishers

Team scores—Issaquah 70.5, Glacier Peak 56.5, Edmonds-Woodway 53, Garfield 53, Kamiak 51.5, South Kitsap 45, Fife 41.5, Inglemoor 40, Mariner 35, Snohomish 28, Lynnwood 26, Timberline 20, Kentwood 20, Sumner 20, Newport 18, Seattle Academy 18, Kennedy Catholic 17, Eastlake 16, Gonzaga Prep 15, Juanita 15, Granite Falls 15, Everett 13, Roosevelt 11, Mount Vernon 10.5, Woodinville 10, Kentlake 10, West Seattle 10, Sunnyside 10, Cedarcrest 9, Cascade 8.5, Interlake 8, Ballard 8, North Mason 6, Bonney Lake 6, Langley (B.C.) Christian 5, Chelan 5, Archbishop Murphy 4, Nooksack Valley 3, Lakeside 3, Bellingham 2, Spanaway Lake 2.

100—1, Harlowe Brumett-Dunn, Seattle Academy 12.36; 5, Tamia DeSchmidt, Glacier Peak, 12.85; 200—1, Iman Brown, Garfield, 24.82; 5, Lily Mays, Snohomish, 25.99; 400—1, Elise Burdette, Issaquah, 57.94; 3, Briana Devereaux, Cedarcrest, 60.49; Elite 800—1, Brooke Manson, Eastlake, 2:13.08; 5, Katherine Slack, Kamiak, 2:18.38; 1600—1, Alicia Anderson, Kamiak 5:01.98; 3200—1, Stephanie Wroblewski, Edmonds-Woodway, 11:03.82; 100 hurdles—1, Nikki Stephens, Issaquah, 15.26; 3, Suzy Pace, Mariner, 15.87; 300 hurdles—1, Rita Sakharov, Lynnwood, 45.95; 4×100 relay—1, Glacier Peak (Mackenzie Aiken, Haley Grambo, Lena Agnew, DeSchmidt) 50.99; 4×200 relay—1, Garfield (Imani Moronkola, Brown, Lyric Harris, Taleijah Gibson-Sims) 1:44.01; 4, Granite Falls (Cassie Collinge, Sam Leitzke, Brittany Mayer, Grace Rinaldi) 1:49.63; 4×400 relay—1, Issaquah (Stephens, Mackenzie Crandall, Sami Corman, Burdette) 3:59.6; 5, Glacier Peak (Madison Harasek, Calli Tastad, Natalie Church, Elena Willems) 4:16.14; Distance medley relay—1, Glacier Peak (Church, Tastad, Willems, Brooke Wallace) 13:11.71; Shot put—1, Emily Reeder, South Kitsap, 40-2; 2, Jayda Akanni, Cascade 36-11; Discus—1, Vernice Keyes, Edmonds-Woodway, 135-5; Javelin—1, McFadden, Glacier Peak, 40.94; Long jump—1, Camille Duckett, Roosevelt, 17-7.25; 2, Hannah Hicks, Edmonds-Woodway, 17-4.5; High jump—1, Pace (Mariner) 5-2; Triple jump—1, Harris, Garfield, 35-9.25; 3, Skylar Benson, Snohomish, 35-1.5; Pole vault—1, Makenna Barton, Woodinville, 12-3; 2, Allyson Ely, Edmonds-Woodway, 12-0.

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