Weekly Rewind for April 18

  • Tuesday, April 17, 2012 7:15pm


29 and 0: Runs scored and runs allowed by Meadowdale in three Wesco 3A softball games. Alyssa Reuble struck out 12 and hit a two-run home run in a 14-0 victory over Marysville Getchell on April 11. Shannon Haukup pitched a complete game three-hitter in a 10-0 romp over Mariner on April 12. Reuble then struck out 14 as Meadowdale closed out the week with a 5-0 win over Shorewood.


1. Hoops for Hope. The third annual basketball tournament starts at 10 a.m., April 21 at Lynnwood High School. Divisions range from grades 3-5 to adult/masters 40 and up. Various competitions will be staged throughout the day and concessions are available. Approximately 100 teams are expected to play. Format is round robin play into tournament bracket. Teams are guaranteed at least two games. Awards will be presented to winners of each division. Proceeds benefit charities.

2. Family Kid Fit Day. The nonprofit Experience Momentum Foundation hosts a free community event for children from noon-2 p.m., April 21 at the Edmonds Community College Gymnasium. The foundation is headed by Kelly (Stephens) Tysland, a 2006 Olympic Bronze Medalist in Women’s Ice Hockey. The event will be hosted by trained staff including physical therapists, athletic trainers and personal trainers. Participants will be taught how to move in three planes of motion, how to increase their body awareness and how to build self-confidence through purposeful play. Children ages 3-12 with their parents/guardian are encouraged to attend. Light snacks and water will be provided. To learn more go to: www.xemfit.com or e-mail Tysland at Kelly@xemfit.com.


Mavs top Royals twice

Meadowdale moved into a tie for second place with Shorecrest in the Wesco 3A baseball standings with a pair of victories over Lynnwood. Torin Dooley threw a complete game shutout, striking out six, in a 9-0 win. Chris Osborne and Brian Marty both were 3-for-4 in a 6-5 victory.

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