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May 15, 2010 at 11:27 AM

Saturday’s spring high-school highlights

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

Softball:

Tessa McEvoy drove in six runs as Bishop Blanchet beat Eastside Catholic, 12-1. Sam Shanahan drove in three runs and allowed a run on six hits in six innings.

— Juanita’s Allison Rhodes allowed two hits in three scoreless in an 8-4 win against Mount Si. She had six strikeouts and no walks.

Maura Murphy hit a solo home run for Mount Si.

Alleyah Amendariz threw a complete game and allowed three unearned runs on two hits in Auburn Mountainview’s 8-3 win against Lakes. She also went 2-2 with three RBI.

Kristin Herren and Callie Kirk each had three hits and three runs scored in Auburn Mountainview’s 16-1 win against Tyee. Herren allowed a run on two hits in five innings. She had five strikeouts and no walks.

Hannah Kiyohara was 3-3 with two doubles, a triple, four RBI and three runs scored in Jefferson’s 10-0 win against Kentwood.

Katie Jackson allowed three hits in five scoreless innings. She struck out four and walked two.

— Kentridge’s Danielle Orvella had 11 strikeouts in a complete-game, 6-1 win against Spanaway Lake. She allowed six hits with no walks.

Natalie Gellos was 3-4 with a triple and three RBI as Holy Names beat Nathan Hale, 11-3.

— Snohomish’s Janelle Kasch struck out 15 in seven scoreless innings in a 10-0 win against Kamiak. She allowed four hits and walked three.

Samantha Benner was 3-4 with a triple and three RBI in Chimacum’s 9-6 win against Orting.

Baseball:

Wesley Boone went 3-4 with four RBI in Nathan Hale’s 8-7 win against Seattle Prep.

Boys soccer:

Josh Otusanya scored two goals as Lake Stevens beat Marysville-Pilchuck, 4-1. Vasily Bogdanoff had a goal and two assists.

Marcus Brandford scored both of Lakeside’s goals in a 2-0 win against Nathan Hale. Johnny Krueger was in goal for the shutout.

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