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Prep Roundup 4/8/15

 


Arlington

Baseball: The Eagles won their first league game of the year last weekend against Everett by a final score of 6-0. The team plays Stanwood in a three-game set this week, with game two on April 8 in Arlington and game three on April 10 in Stanwood.

Boys soccer: Arlington won twice last week, topping Everett at home and besting Oak Harbor on the road. The Eagles will visit Shorewood on April 10.

Girls tennis: The Eagles lost twice at home last week, being beaten by Mariner by a score of 4-3 and by Marysville Getchell by a final score of 5-2. Arlington hosted Shorecrest on April 7 and will visit Everett on April 8.

Softball: The Eagles split in two games last week, falling to Marysville-Pilchuck by a score of 8-6 but shutting out Oak Harbor by a score of 11-0. Arlington hosted Marysville Getchell on April 6, visited Everett on April 7, and will travel to Oak Harbor on April 10.

Lakewood

Boys soccer: The Cougars remain winless and goalless through two road losses last week, to Cedarcrest and Cedar Park Christian. Lakewood visited Sultan on April 7 and will host South Whidbey on April 10.

Girls tennis: Lakewood fell to both Stanwood and South Whidbey by scores of 1-6 last week. They will visit Coupeville on April 13.

Girls golf: Gleneagle G.C. (9 holes, Stableford): Lakewood 41, Arch. Murphy 21: Brooke Forsell 18, Bailey Dixon 15, Kendal Hurd 6, Mariah Jensen 2, Hannah Bustad 0.

Softball: Through four league contests the Cougars remain unbeaten, although it took a walk-off homerun from Terah Barrio to seal the deal last Thursday. Lakewood visited Cedarcrest on April 6 and will host Sultan on April 8.

Marysville Getchell

Baseball: The Chargers beat Mariner on the road last week, but fell to Oak Harbor in the team’s first league contest. Getchell plays cross-town rivals Pilchuck this week, with game two on April 8 and game three on April 10.

Boys soccer: Getchell lost twice last week, and visited Lynnwood on April 6. They will host Edmonds-Woodway on April 8.

Girls tennis: The Chargers fell to Lake Stevens on the road last week, but topped Pilchuck by a score of 5-2. Getchell will visit Everett on April 14.

Girls golf: M-P 268, MG 283: Kaitlin Shane 55, Abbie Braun 55, Alexis VonEllinghaus 57, Samantha Peterson 58, Kyla Van Horn 58; Kiersten Enders 64.

Softball: The Chargers were shut out by Stanwood early last week, but responded by exploding for 15 runs against Mariner in a win last Thursday. Getchell visited Arlington on April 6 and hosted Oak Harbor on April 7.

Marysville-Pilchuck

Baseball: The Tommies fell to Snohomish in a high-scoring game early last week, but beat Stanwood last Saturday. Pilchuck hosted Marysville Getchell on April 7, and will play them again on April 8 and April 10.

Girls tennis: Pilchuck lost twice last week, and will next play at home against Oak Habor on April 14.

Girls golf: M-P 268, MG 283: Katelynn Melohusky 48, Eryn Hall 52, Courtney Fitzmaurice 53, Abbie Allen 54, Cassie Coates 61, Abby Magee 61.

Softball: The Tomahawks lost two and won one last week. They visited Oak Harbor on April 6, and will host Edmonds-Woodway on April 14.

Boys track: M-P 60: 110 hurdles—Zach Yarbrough (MP) 19.78; 100—Nicholas Alonso (MP) 11.91; 400—Nate Heckendorf, 56.32; 300 hurdles—Yarbrough, 50.77; 200—Ray Pimentel, 24.51; 1,600 relay—Zach Verge, Alonso, Jacob Zehnder, Heckendorf, 3:45.95; Triple jump—Verge, 40-7; Shot put—Corbin Ferry, 46-0; Discus—Ferry, 130-3; Pole vault—Ilya Nikitenko, 12-0.

Girls track: M-P 41: 100 hurdles—Chloe O’Loughlin, 18.98; 400 relay—Bianca Acuario, Gabriella Crenshaw, Olivia Lee, Chayla Irvin, 53:30; 200—Crenshaw, 28.01; 1,600 relay—Cassie LaBrake, Acuario, Crenshaw, Lee, 4:24.75.

 

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