- Inglemoor 7, Issaquah 6 (8 inn.) - The Vikings extended their unbeaten streak in KingCo play in dramatic fashion, with Scott Meyers' walk-off double in the bottom of the eighth inning pushing Inglemoor past Issaquah 7-6. The win improved Inglemoor to 9-0 in league play, three full games ahead of second place Woodinville in the Crown Division. Senior center fielder Marc Dickerson hit a solo home run in the contest and also made an incredible run-saving catch in the top of the eighth. Emmett Maki worked an inning of shutout relief to pick up the win. Marcus Gaan was 2-for-4 with a double and 2 RBI for the Eagles, who fell out of a first place tie with the loss.
- Redmond 12, Bothell 8 - Junior Dylan Davis struck out 7 in 5 innings of work and also homered and drove in 3 to lead the Mustangs past Bothell, 12-8. Redmond scored early and often, jumping out to a 10-2 lead after five before Davis gave way to the Redmond bullpen. Bothell rallied with six runs in the bottom half of the sixth inning, but could get no closer than 2 runs. Zach Abbruzza, Matt Kimmel and T.J. Whidby each drove in 2 for the Mustangs, who improved to 7-2 in KingCo play. Michael Marriott drove in 3 runs for Bothell, who suffered their fourth consecutive defeat after starting league play 4-1.
- Woodinville 8, Garfield 3 - Sophomore Shea Donlin and senior Luke Taylor were each 3-for-3, helping the Falcons win their third straight game, 8-3 over Garfield. Taylor also picked up the win on the mound allowing 3 runs over 5 innings of work while striking out 5. Knuckleballer Ian Zapolsky, who beat Bothell a week earlier, suffered the loss for the Bulldogs. Sophomore T.C. Florentine chipped in with a home run for Woodinville.
- Newport 4, Lake Washington 0 - Senior right hander Jeffery Gonzales was the story, dominating the Kangs to the tune of a 1-hit shutout as Newport bounced back from Monday's loss to shutout LW, 4-0. Gonzales struck out 11, including the final five hitters of the game. Senior Trevor Dunlap was the tough luck loser for Lake Washington, allowing three earned runs over six innings. Trace Tam Sing returned to action for Newport after missing a few games with an ankle injury, and drove in one of the four Knights runs.
- Skyline 8, Ballard 0 - Senior Jayce Nelson had his second straight impressive outing, shutting out the Beavers over six innings to lead the Spartans to an 8-0 win. Nelson, who was 5 days removed from allowing 1 run in 6 innings against Woodinville, surrendered just 2 hits and 2 walks while striking out 3. Nate Litka was 2-for-4 with a double, home run and 2 RBI and Anthony DeMatteo drove in three for Skyline, who improved to 4-5. Charlie Beaudoin took the loss for Ballard, who fell to 3-6, one game behind Bothell and Lake Washington for third place in the Crown Division.
- Roosevelt 2, Eastlake 1 - Tim Moore went the distance for Roosevelt, allowing just six hits and an earned run with 5 punchouts as the Roughriders picked up their first KingCo win, 2-1 over Eastlake. Both teams finished the day with 1-8 records in league play.
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Wednesday (4/14) Results
A little behind...Monday's recaps are still forthcoming, as well as more details about the Week 3 POW's. Here's a closer look at last night's results.