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March 28, 2008 at 10:05 AM

Baseball Northwest’s top state prospects

Baseball Northwest has put out its list of the top 185 prospects in Washington. Here’s the top 30:

1. Andrew Kittredge RHP Ferris

2. Trevor May RHP Kelso

3. Bryan Peterson OF West Valley

4. Beau Brett 1B Ferris

5. Colby Sokol OF Emerald Ridge

6. Doug Joyce C Stanwood

7. Blake Gibbs C Newport

8. Kevin Komstadius 1B East Valley

9. Rusty Shellhorn LHP Central Valley

10. Seth Haehl RHP Eastmont

11. Jarek Cunningham INF Mt. Spokane

12. Brandon Rhode LHP Gig Harbor

13. Danny Oh OF Jackson

14. Beau Didier INF Bellarmine Prep

15. Colin Bennett OF Newport

16. Rusty Devitt RHP Klahowya

17. Kyle Buchanan C Auburn

18. Jay Skilton INF Stadium

19. Jeremy Gendlek RHP Olympia

20. Jacob Theis RHP Mount Lake Terrace

21. Jacob Shadle RHP Graham Kapowsin

22. Derek Jones LHP/OF Snohomish

23. Andy Bethel INF Seattle Prep

24. Kevin Meyers INF Stadium

25. Garrett Totten INF King’s.

26. Tyler Olson LHP University

27. Anthony Drobnick RHP Seattle Prep.

28. David Olson RHP/1B Auburn

29. Brady McGuire C Kentridge

30. Kevin Whitehead C Franklin Pierce

Morning stars

1. Julia Nealer, Edmonds-Woodway, softball. Nealer struck out 12 in an eight-inning no-hitter against Edmonds-Woodway. Credit Kelsey Parker with the winning hit in the eighth in a 1-0 Lynnwood win.

2. Cole Clerget, Shorewood, baseball. Struck out seven in a three-hitter and went 3-for-3 with two home runs, a double and all four RBI in Shorewood’s 4-0 win against Shorecrest.

3. Christian Crain, West Seattle, track and field. Crain jumped 22 feet, 5 inches in the long jump, the best jump in the state this season and more than two feet farther than Crain had jumped in a meet.

Tonight’s top games

Lake Washington vs. Woodinville, softball, 4 p.m. at Crestwood Park in Kirkland. Two KingCo 4A unbeatens try to stay that way.

Jefferson vs. Kentwood, boys soccer, 5:30 p.m. at Federal Way Stadium. A pair of undefeated SPSL 4A teams square off.

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