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May 23, 2010 at 12:28 PM

Sunday’s spring high-school highlights

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

Baseball:

— Archbishop Murphy’s Tyler Kane was 4-4 with a double and an RBI in an 11-2 win against North Mason.

Kane then allowed two earned runs on five hits in a complete-game, 8-2 win against Burlington-Edison. He had five strikeouts and no walks.

Taylor Goucher was 3-5 with three RBI in Mount Rainier’s 11-1 win against Meadowdale.

Sean Yanuss was 3-4 with an RBI in O’Dea’s 10-5 win against Capital.

Jason Monda doubled and hit a two-run home run for Capital.

— Yanuss also delivered the game-winning RBI in the top of the eighth in O’Dea’s 9-8 win against Union. Keenan Forch was 4-5 with a double, a two-run homer and four RBI.

Clint Coulter hit a two-run home run for Union. Click here for story.

Alex Hatch was 3-4 with two RBI in Mountlake Terrace’s 5-4 win against Central Kitsap.

Bryant VanEngelenburg homered and Avery Kain drove in three runs in Kentwood’s 16-4 win against Skyline.

Austin Voth homered and drove in three runs in Kentwood’s 13-2 win against Mountlake Terrace. Alex Hatch homered in the loss.

Click here for the story on Enumclaw’s 7-6 win over Mount Rainier to book a trip to Safeco.

— Federal Way is heading to the semifinals, click here for story.

Boys soccer:

— Second-ranked Camas beat top-ranked Shorecrest, 1-0, ending the Scots’ 39-game winning streak. Here’s the story.

Kelyn Rowe scored five goals in Federal Way’s 5-1 win against Beamer. Here’s the story.

Nick Swanson scored two goals on assists from Trevor Bartels as King’s beat White Salmon, 3-1. Swanson assisted Bartels for the third goal.

Dylan Gaydosh scored both of Stadium’s goals in a 2-0 win against Marysville-Pilchuck. Ian Clark got the shutout.

Softball:

— Everett’s Lexi Levin allowed an earned run on four hits in complete-game, 4-1 win against Sedro-Woolley.

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