Jackson’s Micah Coleman turns a 6-3 double play after fielding a sharp grounder against Lake Stevens during a Class 4A Bi-District 1/2 game May 11 at Funko Field in Everett. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Jackson’s Micah Coleman turns a 6-3 double play after fielding a sharp grounder against Lake Stevens during a Class 4A Bi-District 1/2 game May 11 at Funko Field in Everett. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Seedings, brackets released for state baseball, boys soccer

Eleven local teams across baseball and boys soccer begin state tournament action this week.

Local state-bound prep baseball and boys soccer teams received their seedings and opening matchups for state tournaments Sunday.

The 20-team Class 3A state baseball tournament begins with opening-round games between teams seeded 13-20 on Tuesday with the winners advance to the round of 16, which begins Saturday with the quarterfinals later the same day. The 16-team 4A, 2A and 1A and 12-team 2B and 1B state tournaments start with first-round games Saturday and quarterfinal tilts later the same day.

Baseball state semifinals take place Friday, May 26 and championship games Saturday, May 27. The 4A and 3A semifinals and finals are being held at Funko Field in Everett, 2A and 1A at Joe Martin Stadium in Bellingham, and 2B and 1B at Johnson O’Brien Stadium in Ephrata.

The 20-team 3A boys soccer tournament begins with opening-round games between teams seeded 13-20 on Tuesday and Wednesday. Round of 16 games take place Friday and quarterfinals on Saturday. The 16-team 4A, 2A and 1A tournaments start with first-round contests Tuesday and Wednesday and quarterfinals Friday and Saturday. The 2B/1B state tournament was played during the fall season.

Boys soccer state semifinals take place Friday, May 26 and championship games Saturday, May 27. The 4A and 3A semifinals and finals are being held Sparks Stadium in Puyallup, and the 2A and 1A state semifinals and finals at Renton Memorial Stadium.

Below are the seedings and opening round matchups for local prep baseball and boys soccer teams, with times and locations of games listed as available:

Baseball

4A

Round of 16: No. 10 Federal Way vs. No. 7 Jackson at 10 a.m. Saturday at Heritage Park (Puyallup). Winner to quarterfinal against winner of 15th-seeded Hanford vs. second-seeded Puyallup at 1 p.m. Saturday.

3A

Opening round: No. 20 Auburn Riverside at No. 13 Mountlake Terrace at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Winner to round of 16 against No. 4 Lake Washington on Saturday; No. 18 Silas at No. 15 Monroe at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Winner to round of 16 against No. 2 Lincoln (Seattle) on Saturday.

Round of 16: No. 11 Southridge vs. No. 6 Edmonds-Woodway on Saturday. Winner advances to quarterfinal against winner of No. 14 Stadium or 19th-seeded Gig Harbor vs. No. 3 West Seattle later in the day; No. 12 Shorewood vs. No. 5 Timberline on Saturday. Winner to quarterfinal against winner of No. 20 Auburn Riverside or No. 13 Mountlake Terrace vs. No. 4 Lake Washington.

2A

Round of 16: No. 10 Archbishop Murphy vs. No. 7 Mark Morris at 10 a.m. Saturday at Wheeler Field (Centralia). Winner to quarterfinal against winner of No. 15 Grandview vs. No. 2 Tumwater later in the day.

Boys Soccer

3A

Opening round: No. 17 Monroe vs. No. 16 North Thurston at 7 p.m. Wednesday at South Sound Stadium (Lacey). Winner advances to round of 16 road game against top-seeded Lincoln (Seattle).

Round of 16: Winner of No. 19 Kent Meridian at No. 14 Ballard vs. No. 3 Shorewood at 7 p.m. Thursday at Shoreline Stadium. Winner advances to quarterfinal against winner of No. 11 Seattle Prep at No. 6 Lake Washington on Saturday at higher seed; Winner of No. 20 Auburn Mountainview at No. 13 Mead vs. No. 4 Edmonds-Woodway at 8 p.m. Friday at Edmonds Stadium. Winner advances to quarterfinal against winner of No. 12 Southridge at No. 5 Silas on Saturday at higher seed; No. 10 Shorecrest vs. No. 7 Lakeside (Seattle) at 4 p.m. Friday at Edmonds Stadium. Winner advances to quarterfinal against winner of No. 18 Stadium or No. 15 Liberty (Issaquah) at No. 2 Gig Harbor on Saturday at higher seed.

2A

Round of 16: No. 10 Archbishop Murphy at No. 7 Sammamish at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Winner advances to quarterfinal against winner of No. 15 Hockinson at No. 2 North Kitsap at higher seed on Friday or Saturday.

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