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March 22, 2012 at 2:33 PM

Wednesday’s high-school baseball highlights

Here are the highlights from the Wednesday high-school baseball games reported to The Times:

Auburn Riverside 4, Auburn 2

Justin Jacobs went 2-for-2, while Austin Marty homered and drove in three for the Ravens.

Beamer 14, Spanaway Lake 0 (5 innings)

Brett Oyer went 3-for-3 with four RBI, while Laywer Braun and Scott Sunitsh each had two hits for the Titans.

Tahoma 7, Jefferson 3

Connor Cloyd was 3-for-4 with a double and the Bears got home runs from John Budenhammer and Reed Johnson, who also singled. Nico Delacruz had two of TJ’s four hits, including a double.

Kent-Meridian 10, Mount Rainier 7

Austin Brenner and Thomas Kemp both recorded a pair of hits for the Royals, while the Rams got three from Adam Badley and two from Drew Nelson.

Kentlake 14, Kentridge 3 (5 innings)

D.J. Elmer, Morgan Jones and Dylan Wright all recorded two hits for the Falcons and Wright picked up the victory on the mound as well.

Emerald Ridge 3, Bethel 1

Garrett Metz doubled twice and Kort Skoda stroke a home run to help give himself the pitching victory.

Puyallup 15, Curtis 1 (5 innings)

Joe Crunkilton was 3-for-5 with a double and four RBI, while Lee Larson doubled twice and Levi Jordan added a double and single. Curtis got a double and single from Malachi Williams.

Jackson 6, Kamiak 4

Trai Patrick homered in the victory.

Edmonds-Woowday 15, Cascade 0

Ryan Budnick and Bryce Mezich both stroked a pair of hits for the Warriors.

Lake Stevens 10, Meadowdale 1

The Vikings got three hits apiece from Logan Merrill (including two doubles), Wade Curtis (one double) and Christian Gasca.

Monroe 1, Oak Harbor 0

Kipp Cartharius earned the victory and the Bearcats got a pair of hits from both Hunter Bingham and Dakota Ralph.

Bishop Blanchet 5, Bainbridge 4

Eric Kimpton and Josh LaRussa each drove in a run for the Braves.

Chief Sealth 16, Franklin 5

Nic Layton was 3-for-5 with two doubles and four RBI, while C.J. Hicks had three singles and four runs scored for the Seahawks. Marley Lucas struck out nine in 5 2/3 innings. Franklin’s two hits both came from Clayton Joyce.

Eastside Catholic 9, Lakeside 1

T.J. Murphy went 3-for-3 to lead the way.

Seattle Prep 11, O’Dea 1 (6 innings)

Tom Ostrander and Nick Pribble each drove in a pair of runs.

West Seattle 10, Ingraham 0 (5 innings)

Sam Hellinger was 3-for-3 with two doubles, while Jeff Freeman homered and doubled while picking up the victory on the mound.

Kennedy Catholic 18, Evergreen 0 (5 innings)

Jacob Churber and Connor Richardson each had two hits for the Lancers.

Foster 13, Tyee 6

Alex De La Torre doubled three times and added a single, driving in six for the Bulldogs. Joel Gonzalez added three hits and Connor Forsyth had two. Tyee got two doubles from Chad Celestres.

Highline 24, Renton 4 (5 innings)

Jonny Locher had a triple, single, five runs scored, three RBI and three stolen bases for the Pirates. Renton’s Donovan Saario was 3-for-3 with a double.

Peninsula 3, Auburn Mountainview 1

Blake Valley was 2-for-3 with a double for the Seahawks.

Enumclaw 6, Lakes 5

Bryce Peterson and David Prince both slugged three hits for the Hornets.

Archbishop Murphy 15, Sultan 4 (6 innings)

The Wildcats got four hits apiece from Marcus Burdyshaw (including two dobules and three RBI) and Trever Morrison (one double, two RBI) and Cole Grant added three (plus two RBI).

Sumner 7, Wilson 1

Chayce Christensen was 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI, while Brandon Boyd went 2-for-3 with one RBI and two runs scored.

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 8, University Prep 3

Brenden Hicks drove in three runs for the Eagles.



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