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March 23, 2012 at 12:58 PM

Thursday’s high-school baseball highlights

Here are the highlight’s from the area baseball games played Thursday:

Garfield 5, Roosevelt 2

Chandler Honican supplied three hits, driving in three, and the Bulldogs got two apiece from Derek Billey (including a double) and Zach Ward.

Skyline 4, Redmond 2

Matt Lunde allowed just one hit and one run in six innings, striking out eight and walking one, and Nick Kassuba picked up the save. Matt Sinatro had two of the Spartans’ six safeties.

Eastlake 4, Issaquah 3

The Wolves scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to win. Brandon Mahovich drove in all three Issaquah runs, going 2-for-4 with a double.

Inglemoor 9, Ballard 0

Danny Larsen threw the one-hit shutout and the Vikings got two hits apiece from Tyler Meahan and Josh Seefeld.

Woodinville 7, Bothell 1

Shea Donlin went 2-for-4 with an RBI and Spencer Greer struck out six in six innings, allowing four hits — two by Rex Carlin.

Kentwood 6, Kentridge 2

Tanner Wessling had two hits, two RBI and two runs scored and the Conquerors also got a pair of safeties from Carson McCord (incuding a double) and Skyler Genger. Kentridge’s Zach Beatty went 3-for-3.

Jefferson 5, Kentlake 4

A pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh won it for TJ, which got a double and single from both Nico Delacruz and Mark Fitgerald and a home run by Steven Sonnenfield. Kentlake’s Jordan Cowen was 2-for-4.

Mount Rainier 8, Auburn Riverside 3

Adam Badley drove in three runs for the Rams and the win went to Brett Fawcett.

Tahoma 9, Kent-Meridian 0

Troy LaBrie tallied three hits for the Bears, while Connor Cloyd tripled and drove in three.

Puyallup 2, Beamer 0

Matt Becker was masterful, striking out 11 with no walks in the one-hit shutout. Quinn Rawson had two of the Vikings’ five hits.

Newport 4, Mercer Island 3 (8 innings)

James Ferris went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI for the Knights.

Arlington 8, Lynnwood 4

D.J. Smith doubled twice and singled for the Eagles, while Colton Hordyk had a home run and double, scoring three times. Ryan Walker struck out seven in four innings of work.

Hazen 12, Kennedy Catholic 0

Jake Kolterman fanned 12 in seven innings, allowing just one hit and walking two. Sam Cook doubled twice, while Zac Kolterman delivered a double and single.

Sumner 9, Decatur 5

The Spartans got three hits from Luc Powers-Hubbard, including a double. He drove in two runs and stole three bases. For Decatur, Brandon Zimmerman was 2-for-4 with two RBI.

Charles Wright 3, Cascade Christian 0

Nate Mondou doubled and tripled for the Tarriers.

Chimacum 21, Life Christian 4 (5 innings)

Chimacum’s Austin McConnell went 4-for-4 with four RBI and four runs scored and Landon Cray had a home run and single, adding three RBI and four runs scored.

Seattle Lutheran 13, Mount rainier Lutheran 1 (6 innings)

Jordan Webb wound up 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI, while Jackson Lovely contributed a home run and double, good for four RBI and two runs.

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