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March 27, 2012 at 10:25 AM

Monday’s high-school baseball highlights

Here is a look back at the high-school baseball highlights from Monday night.

For a look back at the KingCo 4A action, check out the KingCo baseball blog. Click here.

Bishop Blanchet 7, Nathan Hale 2

Bishop Blanchet’s Sam Holberg went 2 for 3 and smacked a pair of home runs, leading the Braves past Nathan Hale.

Eric Kimpton went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI, while Cyrus Brown homered for the Raiders.

Cory Brown picked up the win for Blachet, giving up one hit and striking out four over four scoreless innings.

Eastside Catholic 17, Rainier Beach 0

Jeff Bohling went 3 for 3 with two doubles, four RBI and three runs scored, while Alex Foley doubled, scored three runs and drove in three for Eastside Catholic in a win over Rainier Beach.

T.J. Murphy struck out five over four hitless innings.

West Seattle 3, Lakeside 2

West Seattle’s Sam Hellinger struck out seven, tossing a complete-game three hitter against Lakeside. Hellinger allowed two runs, one earned. He also helped his cause at the plate with a double and run scored.

Sammamish 6, Hazen 1

Paul Heywood allowed one run on three hits over five innings, helping Sammamish beat Hazen.

Heywood also doubled and drove in a run.

Glacier Peak 6, Monroe 4

Monroe’s Andrew Moore went 3 for 4 with a pair of doubles and Dakota Ralph went 3 for 4 with a double, but it wasn’t enough against Glacier Peak.

Keenan Miller tripled in the Grizzlies’ win.

Archbishop Murphy 7, South Whidbey 3

Archbishop Murphy’s Levi MaVorhis fanned 10 during a complete-game win over South Whidbey.

MaVorhis allowed three runs on five hits. Eric Lawson homered for the Wildcats.

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