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May 1, 2010 at 9:27 AM

Saturday’s spring high-school highlights

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

Softball:

— Highline’s Mikki Haury threw a six-inning no-hitter in a 10-0 win against Tyee. She struck out 14 with two walks and hit a solo home run.

— Glacier Peak’s Kaylee Lawson struck out nine and allowed four hits and no walks in a complete-game 3-0 shutout against Meadowdale.

— Kentridge pitchers Danielle Orvella and Kelli Suguro came within two outs of a combined perfect game in a 7-0 win against Federal Way.

Orvella struck out eight in four perfect innings before giving way to Suguro, who gave up a double with one out in the seventh. The batter was thrown out attempting to stretch the double into a triple.

Natalie Spadafora went 2-3 with two RBI and a run. Teammate Nicole Barger tripled and scored twice.

— Cascade’s Talyn Miller doubled and drove in five runs in an 8-6 loss to Monroe.

Devan Larsen hit a solo home run for Monroe.

— Mikenzie Voves allowed three hits, struck out 13 and walked one in a complete game, 2-0 shutout of Issaquah.

— Jessica Barry homered and drove in eight runs in Newport’s 21-1 win against Garfield. Barry struck out 10, allowed two hits and an earned run in five innings.

— Allison Anaka tripled, doubled twice and drove in six runs in Lindbergh’s 15-0 win against Renton.

— Juanita’s Brooke Rychard homered and drove in three runs in a 13-2 win against Liberty.

— Nathan Hale’s Emily Rimar was 4-4 with two home runs and three RBI in an 18-0 win against Cleveland.

Natalie Smith also homered for Hale and allowed one hit with nine strikeouts in five innings.

— Emily Fleischman allowed two hits and an earned run in five innings in Bellevue’s 11-1 win against Sammamish.

Kelly Meggs doubled twice and drove in two runs for Bellevue.

— Jackson’s Dani Jackman doubled, homered and drove in five runs in a 13-3 win against Lynnwood.

— Maria Gau allowed an earned run on two hits and struck out 12 in seven innings in Woodinville’s 9-1 win against Eastlake.

— West Seattle swept a doubleheader with Franklin, winning 16-0 and 10-0.

Annie Patnode went 6-7 with eight RBI in the two games.

West Seattle’s starting pitchers Antonia Spadoni and Corinne Kleeberger each allowed no hits and struck out six in three innings.

— Stanwood’s Brittany Jeans allowed four hits and struck out 12 in a complete-game 3-0 shutout of Everett.

Shawna Hochstetler hit a solo home run for Stanwood.

Baseball:

— Lakes turned triple play in the third inning of their 11-1 win against Clover Park.

A leadoff single followed by an error put runners at first and second with no outs. The next batter lined out to the first baseman, who stepped on first and threw to second for force outs.

Brandon Perez doubled twice and drove in two runs. Conrad Duvall and Dillon Gee also had two RBI apiece. Dylan Huessman allowed an earned run on three hits in five innings.

— Dylan LaVelle and Jake Nelson both homered in Lake Steven’s 11-1 win against Oak Harbor. LaVelle allowed an earned run on six hits in six innings.

— Austin Voth doubled, homered and drove in five runs in Kentwood’s 20-7 win against Auburn.

Teammate Taylor White homered and drove in four runs. Clayton Brown and Travis Hagel each doubled and had two RBI for Auburn.

— Brad Falk hit a grand slam in Sumner’s 11-4 win against Bonney Lake.

Casey Edwards and Alex Sloan each hit two-run homers.

— Kyle Baumgartner and Eric Koenig both homered in Enumclaw’s 10-0 win against White River.

Marcus Madden allowed three hits in five scoreless innings.

— Dalton Gervais went 2-2 with a three-run home run, four RBI and two runs scored in Rogers’ 12-0 win against Bethel. Gervais threw four shutout innings for the win.

— Lindbergh’s Bakari Davis was 3-3 with a double, a home run and five RBI in a 17-7 win against Renton.

Tommy Kawamura tripled, doubled twice, drove in two runs and scored three.

Oliver Billon homered for Renton.

— Issaquah’s Spencer Rogers threw a six-inning no-hitter in an 11-0 win against Newport. Rogers struck out seven and walked three.

Shane Yarnell homered and drove in six runs.

— Ben Cicero doubled, homered, drove in four runs and scored four times in Cedar Park Christians’s 14-13 win against Bellevue Christian.

Teammates Andy Littlefield and Brian Long also had four RBI apiece.

Ryan Fitzpatrick was 4-4 with four RBI for Bellevue Christian.

Boys soccer:

— O’Dea’s Nathan Guinasso scored twice on assists from Joey Launceford in a 2-0 win against West Seattle.

Joe Bradley got the shutout.

— Eli Blauser scored twice and had an assist in Shorecrest’s 4-1 win against Shorewood.

Teammate Glenn Paden added a goal and two assists.

— Nick Bylin had two goals and an assist in Lake Steven’s 4-2 win against Everett.

Tyler Werner added a goal and an assist.

— Doug Silvius scored both of Mount Si’s goals in a 2-0 win against Sammamish.

Ryan Herman got the shutout.

— Dylan Riley had a goal and an assist in Enumclaw’s 2-0 win against Lakes.

Nino Averill recorded the shutout.

— Mountlake Terrace’s Mesfen Gebremeskel scored twice in a 3-2 win against Meadowdale.

— Chief Sealth’s Abdinasir Galgalo had two goals and two assists in a 5-1 win against Franklin.

Eduardo Cardoza added a goal and an assist.

— Anthony Johnson had three goals and an assist in Marysville-Pilchuck’s 4-3 win against Monroe.

— Derek Johnson scored twice in Franklin Pierce’s 3-0 win against Clover Park.

Pedro Arreolo recorded the shutout.

— Robby Dohrn scored twice in Seattle Prep’s 6-1 win against Rainier Beach.

— Matt Henderson scored both of Auburn Mountainview’s goals in a 2-0 win against White River.

Isaac Ferrer got the shutout.

— Ahmed Namrouti scored twice in Bellevue’s 3-0 win against Juanita.

Alex Drewenskus and Kasra Tayebi split the shuout.

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