- Redmond 11, Issaquah 0 - Junior Zach Abbruzza was a one-man wrecking crew, 1-hitting the Eagles in 5 scoreless innings in addition to homering and driving in 5 as Redmond pounded Issaquah, 11-0. Fellow juniors Michael Conforto (2-for-2, HR) and Dylan Davis (3-for-3, double) helped pace the Mustangs' 13-hit attack. Abbruzza's performance on the mound was particularly impressive considering the Eagles' potent offense, which came into the game averaging nearly 12 runs per game in KingCo play. The shutout completed a scoreless week for Redmond's pitching staff, as the 'Stangs outscored their opponents 20-0 in a perfect 3-0 week.
- Newport 12, Eastlake 0 - Junior Cole Wiper tossed a 5-inning no-hitter, walking 3 and striking out 4 in a 12-0 win over Eastlake. Wiper needed just 69 pitches in the complete game, helping the Knights complete a clean sweep of the Crest Division. Jared Fisher was 2-for-4 with a double and 2 RBI as Newport put the game away with an 8-run third inning. The loss dropped the Wolves to 1-4.
- Inglemoor 10, Lake Washington 7 - Junior third baseman Peter Meuisi hit a grand slam in a 6-run first inning as the Vikings improved to 5-0 in KingCo play with a 10-7 win over the Kangs on a cold, breezy night at Valhalla. Inglemoor jumped out to a 9-0 lead on LW, and held off a late rally for the victory. Dustin Doucette worked three innings in relief of Spencer Trautmann to pick up the win, at one point striking out 8 straight Lake Washington batters. Junior Spencer Jackson was 2-for-3 with a triple and 3 RBI and sophomore Theo Alexander added two hits for the Kangs, who lost their third straight to drop to 2-3 in league.
- Bothell 9, Roosevelt 1 - Bothell once again used the long ball to their advantage, slugging three home runs in a 9-1 win over Roosevelt on Saturday. Brian McAfee, Ryan Morgan and Gene Watson all homered and drove in 2 runs, as the Cougars picked up their fourth straight win after a season-opening extra-inning loss to Inglemoor. McAfee also picked up the win on the mound, striking out 6 batters over 6 strong innings of work. Senior shortstop Andrew Johnson homered for the Roughriders lone run of the game.
Two games from last week remain unplayed, with Woodinville-Ballard and Skyline-Garfield scheduled for Monday afternoon.