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April 6, 2011 at 8:46 AM

High-school baseball highlights from Tuesday

Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s high-school baseball games:

Redmond 11, Garfield 10

The second-ranked Mustangs built an 11-0 lead, then had to hold on as the host Bulldogs tallied four in the fifth, three in the sixth and three in the seventh — despite managing just four hits. Zach Abbruzza and Peter Hendron both homered for Redmond. Hendron also singled and finished with three RBI. Petyon Lutz added a 3-for-3 effort with two doubles and an RBI, while Michael Conforto was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI. For Garfield, Ricky Nakamura was 2-for-3, scoring twice, and Zack Ward had a two-run double.

Bothell 3, Garfield 0

Kevin McShane struck out eight in six innings, allowing three hits, and wound up winning the pitching duel with John Trupin, who gave up just two hits and fanned 10. Eric Woods drove in two runs for the Cougars.

Puyallup 10, Federal Way 2

Ryan Schmitten tossed the two-hit, five-inning shutout, striking out five for the ninth-ranked Vikings. Erik Kimmell was 3-for-3 with a triple, two RBI and two runs scored, while Joey Crunkelton went 3-for-3 with a double, two RBI and one run.

Emerald Ridge 10, Graham-Kapowsin 7

Garrett Anderson was 2-for-4 with a home run for the for the fifth-ranked Jags, while Derek Riley ripped a double and single, driving in two and scoring three times. G-K’s Sam Shadle had a solo home run, while Zach Caligdong was 2-for-3 with a double, scoring twice. Brandon Santos chipped in a two-run double.

Curtis 9, Spanaway Lake 3

Matt Kalalau was 2-for-2 with three stolen bases and two runs scored, while Anthony Frigerio finished 2-for-4 with a double.

Cascade 14, Mariner 3

Alex Blake (3-for-4, 2 RBI, 2 runs) and K.J. Brady (2-for-4, 3 RBI, 3 runs) paced the Bruins. For Mariner, Tyler Coles went 2-for-3, scoring twice, and Alex Coffman smacked a two-run triple.

Snohomish 7, Arlington 2

Tanner Arrington homered and drove in three runs, while Colter Henry had a pair of doubles with two RBI. Grant Gunning struck out 11 to earn the victory. Clay Trushinsky homered and doubled for the Eagles, while Austin Taylor also finished 2-for-3.

Jackson 10, Edmonds-Woodway 5

The third-ranked Timberwolves handed No. 7 E-W its their first loss of the season. Jackson piled up 12 hits, including three by Kyle Olson (2B, 3 RBI) and two by Sam Brown (2B). E-W’s Alex Hull homered and singled, while Derek Callahan and Austin Jones each doubled (Jones also had a single).

Nathan Hale 8, Franklin 7

Josh Thorney went 2-for-2 with two RBI and two runs scored in the victory, while Cyris Brown homered.

Oak Harbor 4, Mountlake Terrace 3 (10 innings)

Gabe Clark (3-for-5, HR, 2B, RBI) and Yale Rosen (3-for-5, 2B, RBI) accounted for half of the Wildcats’ 12 hits. For Mountlake Terrace, Austin Johnson tripled and doubled, while Alex Hatch also went 2-for-5, including a double and one RBI.

Meadowdale 11, Shorecrest 10 (9 innings)

The Mavs showed their power with four home runs — two by Chris Osborne (3 RBI) and one each by Sam Herchzer (who also doubled and singled) and Sam Thomas (2-for-3). Shorecrest got a homer from Ted Hammond, who finished 2-for-5 with four RBI. Henry Dickmeyer went 2-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored.

Shorewood 14, Glacier Peak 4

This was another power display as the third-ranked Thunderbirds also thumped four round-trippers. Trevor Mitsui had two of them and the others were by Conner McKeever (who also doubled) and Max Jacobs (who also singled). Christian Heideger added a double and drove in three. For Glacier Peak, Dan Larsen was 2-for-3 with a two-bagger.



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