Wednesday’s prep results

BASEBALL

Cedar Park Christian 10, Sultan 0 (5)

At Marymoor Park

Sultan 000 00 — 0 1 3

CPC 311 32 — 10 8 1

Alex Perrigo, Tanner Belcher (4) and Elins Lopez; Ben Hann, George Reidy (5) and Grant Gilmore. WP—Hann. LP—Perrigo. Highlights—Reidy (CPC) 2-2, 2B, HR, 2R, 2RBI, 2 BB; Michael Attalah (CPC) 2-3, 2R.

A. Murphy 2, Seattle Prep 1

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Seattle Prep 000 001 0 — 1 2 1

A. Murphy 000 011 x — 2 3 1

Aleks Mackevicius, Alec Morino (5), Jacob Terao (6) and Terao (5), Ryne Hays (7); Collin Montez, Aleks Hansen (7) and Dirk Wilson. WP—Montez. LP—Mackevicius. Highlights—Josh Madison (AM) 1-2, 2B, BB; Montez (AM) 6IP, 2H, BB, 6K.

BOYS SOCCER

Glacier Peak 6, Cascade 2

At Glacier Peak H.S.

Goals: Gerardo Lopez-Lemus (C), Keegan Rubio (GP), Danny Guerrero (GP), Kevin Geissler (GP), Brandon Seed (GP), Miles Johnston (GP) 2, Brian Huynh (C). Assists: Cage Roberge (GP) 2, Rubio (GP) 2.

M. Getchell 2, M. Pilchuck 1

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

Goals: Daniel Amador (MP), Ethan Fuerte (MG), Christhian Sandoval (MG). Assists: Kyle Matson (MG).

Mariner 1, Monroe 0

At Goddard Stadium

Goals: Monroe own goal (MA)

Ed.-Woodway 3, Lynnwood 0

At Lynnwood H.S.

Goals: Simon Ghebreamiak (EW) 2, Armon Tenaw (EW). Assists: Nick Hopper (EW), Ghebreamiak (EW), Lukas Engstrom (EW).

Jackson 4, Lake Stevens 0

At Everett Memorial Stadium

Goals: Adan Fernandez (J) 2, Brenden Clark (J), Jake Williams (J). Assists: Clark (J), Fernandez (J), Connor Clark (J), Dany Aminzadeh (J).

A. Murphy 8, Cedar Park Christian 0

At Cedar Park Christian H.S.

Goals: Matt Williams (AM) (3), Jensen Crisler (AM), Mitchell Lovell (AM), Issac Feeney (AM), Tyler Winsor (AM), Daniel Mycroft (AM). Assists: Diego Rios (AM) (3), Williams (AM) (2), Crisler (AM), Issac Feeney (AM), Sam Johnson (AM).

SOFTBALL

Monroe 14, Kamiak 0 (5)

At Monroe H.S.

Kamiak 000 00 — 0 2 2

Monroe 634 1x — 14 16 0

Jackie Rookaird, Cecelia Robbins (3) and Kari Johnson; McKenzie Schulz and Hannah Hvitved. WP—Schulz. LP—Rookaird. Highlights—Sarah Reeves (M) 3-4, 2 2B, 3R, 2 RBI; Hvitved (M) 1-4, HR, R, 2 RBI.

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