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High School Sports Blog

The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area

April 25, 2012 at 11:35 AM

Tuesday’s high-school softball highlights

Here are highlights from the Tuesday softball games reported to The Times:

Issaquah 12, Eastlake 10 (9 innings)

The Wolves jumped out to a 8-0 lead through three innings and were up 9-2 heading into the seventh, when Issaquah rallied to tie it, putting together six hits and a walk and taking advantage of two Eastlake errors. Each team scored in the eighth. The Eagles got two more in the ninth and held Eastlake scoreless. Brielle Bray struck out 13, including the final two she faced, and went 3-for-6 with a double. Heather Benjamin was 2-for-4. For Eastlake, Elizabeth Tracy was 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and two stolen bases.

Emerald Ridge 4, Rogers 3 (9 innings)

The No. 5 Jags rebounded from their first loss of the season to pull this one out. Meagan Hendrix was key, going 2-for-3 with an RBI and going the distance in the circle, striking out seven. Taylor Buie went 2-for-4 with three RBI.

Puyallup 16, Bethel 3 (5 innings)

Marissa Miller struck out six and drove in three Puyallup runs. Makenzie Pletcher scored three times and had two RBI.

Spanaway Lake 4, Graham-Kapowsin 3

Taylor Nelson drove in two runs for the Sentinels. Spanaway Lake got two hits from Raelin Goodwin and a solo home run from Brittany Mullis.

Beamer 23, Federal Way 0 (5 innings)

Halle Colsen was 3-for-4 with four RBI.

Tahoma 12, Kentwood 9

The top-10 curse continues in 4A. Kentwood, new to the rankings this week, lost for the second day in a row, despite the 4-for-4 efforts of Bailey Marshall (including a double and three RBI). Jordan Walley led the way, going 3-for-4 with a double and home run, driving in four. Bre West added two doubles, good for another four RBI.

Jefferson 6, Mount Rainier 1

The Raiders scored four times in the top of the seventh to pull away. Annalise Campbell went 2-for-2, while Michaela Patton doubled and drove in two. For MR, Bri Pighin and Maylynn Mitchell each had two hits (Mitchell with a double).

Kentridge 10, Kent-Meridian 1

The Chargers got two hits apiece from Ashley Conradi (including a triple) and Abigail Bellin. Kayla Andrus struck out 14 and also had a triple with three RBI.

Arlington 3, Jackson 2

The No. 2 Eagles were sparked by Ronnie Ladines, who struck out nine and went 2-for-3 with a home run. Jackson’s Sarah Casel and Megan Hickman each had two hits.

Cascade 7, Lake Stevens 5

Courtnie Callardo and Megan Miller both stroked two hits for the Bruins, while the Vikings got a pair from Cassidy Fifield, including a triple.

Monroe 4, Edmonds-Woodway 0

Rachael Delmare delivered two hits and Kathleen Sundet added an RBI triple for the Bearcats.

Snohomish 13, Kamiak 1 (5 innings)

Kaitlyn Purvis was 3-for-3, scoring twice, and Anna Pisac smacked a home run to lead the Panthers. Jennie Winston allowed just two Kamiak hits.

Juanita 15, Liberty 1 (5 innings)

The Rebels, rated No. 1 in 3A, amassed 17 hits, led by Keana Miller (4-for-4, double, RBI, two runs), Katie Kent (3-for-4, three doubles, four RBI, two runs) and Molly Steck (2-for-3, double, two RBI, two runs). For Liberty, Alyssa Walsh was 2-for-2 with a double and scored the lone run on a hit by Joshlynn Wolff (2-for-3).

Mount Si 21, Sammamish 5 (5 innings)

The No. 10 Wildcats put together a 19-hit parade keyed by Britney Stevens (4-for-5, two RBI), Rachael Picchena (3-for-4, double, triple), Kendra Lee (3-for-4) and Jenny Carroll (3-for-5, three RBI). Kasey Hormel was 2-for-3 for Sammamish with four RBI. Andi Hormell also had two hits.

Interlake 10, Mercer Island 2

The only highlights listed are for MI, which got two hits from losing pitcher Charlotte Pearman.

Lake Washington 11, Bellevue 5

Whitney Dunlap homered, driving in three for the Kangs.

Holy Names 14, Nathan Hale 3 (5 innings)

Casey Pelz helped power the No. 9 Cougars, going 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI. Shelby McCannell added two triples and a double. Brianna Turnbough homered for Nathan Hale.

Lindbergh 8, Hazen 2

Paula Farrell fanned six and allowed just two hits.

Highline 18, Renton 0 (5 innings)

The Pirates rode the big bats of Mikki Haury (3-for-4, four RBI) and Meghan Beswetherick (2-for-3, home run, four RBI).

Peninsula 3, Bonney Lake 2 (8 innings)

Aspen Ison struck out 12, walking just one, and got offensive support from Kaitlyn McKinney (2-for-4, triple) and Anne Binschus (2-for-4, double). For Bonney Lake, Kayla Wells was 3-for-4 with a double and Rendi Johnson went 2-for-4.

Everett 10, Oak Harbor 0 (5 innings)

The Seagulls, ranked No. 2 in 3A, got two hits and two runs scored from both Lauren Kesterson and Bailey Formon-Haynez.

Mountlake Terrace 8, Meadowdale 4

Maddy Kristjanson homered twice, driving in three, and Hanna Baisch also had a home run among her three hits.

Lynnwood 14, Marysville Getchell 4 (6 innings)

Jessica Gott struck out 11 and went 3-for-3 with a double and home run. Jasmine Edwards was 2-for-3 with a homer. Jailian Wright had a three-run shot for MG.

White River 14, Fife 4 (6 innings)

Kayla Smith was 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored and also went the distance in the circle, fanning 10. Sam Mitchell also had a big game, going 2-for-2 with a home run, five RBI and three runs.

Franklin Pierce 18, Eatonville 0 (5 innings)

Winning pitcher Kelli Crawford was 4-for-4, scoring four runs, while Stephanie Franco went 2-for-5 with a double and four RBI. Lenessa Nelson added a three-run homer.

University Prep 8, Forrest Ridge 7 (8 innings)

Only UPrep highlight shown is Sophie Manasse with the win.

Orting 21, Life Christian 0 (5 innings)

Hollie Wood was 2-for-2, driving in three. Life Christian got two hits from Shelby Fisher, including a double.

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