Three more KingCo 4A clubs were in action on Tuesday and once again, the league came away with impressive results. The league teams won two of their three games, with both wins coming in the final at-bat.
- Redmond 1, Monroe 0 (8 innings) - One day after scoring 24 runs (including 18 in the first inning), Redmond proved they could win a pitcher's duel as well, outlasting Monroe in 8 innings, 1-0. In what could be the first scoreless game through seven innings in Hartman Park history, Bearcats starter Kyle Hopkins kept the Mustang bats in check, allowing just 1 hit in 7 innings. Redmond's Dylan Davis and Matt Kimmel were up to the task as well, keeping Monroe off the board and allowing for the 'Stangs to win in walk-off fashion in the bottom of the eighth.
- Inglemoor 6, O'Dea 5 - Senior Scott Meyers walked off with a 2-run double in the bottom of the seventh, as the Vikings overcame a 5-3 deficit to top the defending 3A state champions, 6-5. Meyers also hit a three-run home run in the first inning and finished the day 2-for-3 with a double, home run and 5 RBI. Brandon Cook shut out O'Dea in the top of the seventh, paving the way for Meyers' heroics and picking up the win in relief.
- Mount Rainier 6, Skyline 5 - The Spartans closed a four-run deficit to a single run, but could not get over the hump in a 6-5 loss to Mount Rainier. Skyline was shutout through 4 and trailed 5-1 after 5 innings. A three-run sixth inning brought the score to 5-4, and after Rainier added a run in the sixth, Skyline again threatened with a run in the seventh. Sophomore Clayton Huber took the loss on the mound for the Spartans.