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April 17, 2010 at 1:43 PM

Saturday’s spring high-school highlights

Here is a look back at the high-school sports action from Friday night, compiled by Brady Henderson:


Tyler Peterson doubled twice and drove in three runs in Puyallup’s 5-2 win against Graham-Kapowsin.

Jake Dewhirst homered and drove in two runs in Peninsula’s 5-4 win against Sumner.

— Hazen’s David Green went 3-4 with a double and three RBI in an 11-2 win against Foster.

Teammate John Wall tripled twice.

Dylan Davis homered and drove in two runs for Redmond, which beat Inglemoor 4-2.

John Culver homered and drove in four runs in Kennedy Catholic’s 12-2 win against Lindberg.

Ian Buckles scattered four hits over seven scoreless innings in Kentridge’s 2-0 win against Kentlake. He struck out four and walked one.

Josh O’Donnell went 2-2 with two doubles, drove in four runs and scored twice in Fife’s 16-1 win against Washington.

— Marysville-Pilchuck’s Garrett Davis hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth inning for a 9-5 win against Lake Stevens. MP trailed 5-3 in the bottom of the seventh before Austin Denton and Tylor Klep delivered two-out RBI doubles to tie it up.

Brennan Steinbaugh worked five scoreless innings in relief for the win. Anthony Blackie hit a grand slam in the third inning for Lake Stevens.

— Kentwood beat Auburn Riverside 10-0 behind a complete game shutout from Kyle Doyle, who allowed two hits and struck out six.

Avery Kain hit a two-run home run for Kentwood.

Connor Young hit a home run and drove in three runs in Issaquah’s 12-2 win against Lake Washington.

Shawn Abe and Kameron Banister hit back-to-back solo home runs in Seattle Christian’s 10-0 win against Vashon Island. Abe was 4-5 and doubled twice and Banister was 3-4 with a double.

Austin McConnell was 3-4 with a double, triple, and three RBI in Chimacum’s 12-2 win against Orting.

Quin Eldridge drove in three runs and allowed a pair of unearned runs in five innings for the win.

Chris Guinn doubled, hit a solo home run and scored twice in Kamiak’s 5-4 win against Shorecrest.

Graylin Derke pitched five and a third scoreless innings in Roosevelt’s 7-0 win against Garfield. He allowed four hits, one walk and struck out five.

— Mount Si’s Tim Proudfoot had a double and a home run in a 13-2 win against Sammamish.

— Rogers’ Dalton Gervais allowed an unearned run in seven innings in a 2-1 win against Curtis. He gave up seven hits, struck out six and walked two.

Dylan Cooper, Jeff Brigham and Austin Campbell all homered and drove in two runs in Jefferson’s 16-1 win against Kent-Meridian.

Aaron Brooks struck out 13 in seven scoreless innings in Mountlake Terrace’s 1-0 win against Jackson. Brooks gave up four hits.


— Skyline’s Elizabeth Stromquist threw a five-inning perfect game against Garfield. She struck out eight in the Spartans’ 12-0 win.

— Lynnwood’s Kelsie Mason struck out eight in six scoreless innings in a 12-0 win against Mariner. She allowed three hits and a walk and improved her record to 8-2.

— Glacier Peak’s Kaylee Lawson allowed just one hit in a five-inning shutout of Shorecrest. Lawson struck out seven and walked one.

Valerie Howell went 2-3 with a double and three RBI in Glacier Peak’s 11-0 win.

Dani Jackman threw a complete game one-hitter in Jackson’s 11-0 win against Shorewood. She struck out four with no walks.

Teammate Chandra Tewari was 3-4 and scored three times.

— Holy Names’ Sylvie Thomas threw five shutout innings in a 15-1 win against Seattle Prep. She allowed two hits, four walks and struck out five to improve to 7-0 this season.

Danielle Smalls was 4-4 for Holy Names, while Madie Baker hit two triples and drove in three runs.

— Seattle Christian’s Molli Ronish struck out eight and walked four in a six-inning no-hitter against Vashon Island. She doubled twice, drove in two runs and scored twice in a 20-0 win.

Shelby Johnston doubled and hit a solo home run in Inglemoor’s 13-3 win against Ballard. Teammate Jenna Rutherford was 2-4 with a double and three RBI.

— Cedar Park Christian’s McCayla Hoffman struck out 15 in a no-hitter against Bellevue Christian. She was 2-3 with a double, an RBI and a two runs scored.

Cedar Park Christian won 8-1.

— Kentwood’s Bailey Marshall homered and drove in two runs in a 4-3 win against Auburn Riverside.

Hannah Melick was 3-3 with a home run in the loss.

Boys soccer:

— Chief Sealth’s Abdinasir Galgalo had three assists in a 4-1 win against Ingraham. Ibrahim Aden scored twice and had an assist.

Justin Williams scored twice in Enumclaw’s 4-0 win against Sumner.

Stefan Pirker socred and had an assist. Nino Averill was in goal for the shutout.

Zac Morris scored a pair of goals in White River’s 4-1 win against Lakes.

Darwin Jones had three goals in Mount Rainier’s 11-0 win against Lindbergh.

Chris Chu and Jose Luis Sahagun each scored twice and Bryan Murray recorded the shutout.

Glenn Paden scored twice and Eli Blauser had a goal and an assist in Shorecrest’s 4-1 win against Edmonds-Woodway.

Brian Lefavour assisted two of Tye Hasting’s three goals in Jackson’s 3-0 win against Mariner.

Hayden Addington recorded the shutout.

Edgar Gonzalez scored both of Highline’s goals in a 2-0 win against Renton.

Hayden Prosser was in goal for the shutout.

Tanner Jones scored three goals in Shorewood’s 4-2 win against Kamiak.



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