Less rain meant more softball games in the books Wednesday, and here are highlights from the ones reported to The Times:
Bothell 4, Inglemoor 1
The No. 8 Cougars broke a 1-1 tie with three runs in the fifth and were keyed by Sammy Morris (2-for-4, two runs scored) and Kendra Heyer (1-for-3, two RBI). Shelby Johnston went 4-for-4 for Inglemoor.
Ballard 9, Roosevelt 3
Andrea Jewett struck out seven in throwing four hitless innings, walking just one, and the offense was keyed by Amry Kimmerly (2-for-4, three RBI), Lexi Gray (2-for-3, two RBI) and Kirsten Aakervik (2-for-4, two RBI).
Newport 11, Issaquah 6
Kat Wood picked up the victory and was one of three Newport players with two hits, joining India Gants (two RBI) and Kaitlin Sahlinger (two RBI). For Issaquah, Traci Castonguay went 3-for-4 and Heather Benjamin was 2-for-4.
Skyline 5, Eastlake 2
Charlotte Zhao delivered three hits and the Spartans pushed three runs across in the sixth to snap a 2-2 tie. Elizabeth Tracy went 3-for-4 with a home run and two RBI for Eastlake.
Woodinville 23, Garfield 1 (5 innings)
Lauren Burchak went 4-for-4 with a triple and double and Alison Wulfman was also a perfect 4-for-4, doubling twice, to highlight a 23-hit outburst by the No. 1 Falcons. Alex Nelson finished 3-for-4 with two doubles and Makenna Weir homered. Keelin Davis allowed just one hit and one walk, striking out five.
Redmond 5, Beamer 1
Ashley Mitchell tripled and doubled, scoring twice and the Mustangs also got two hits from Louise Chouinard (two RBI) and Blake Gransee. Natalie Roberts and Melissa White teamed on a two-hitter.
Tahoma 10, Auburn Riverside 4
The No. 9 Bears rebounded from Tuesday’s loss to Jefferson by pounding 14 hits, led by Halle Elliott (4-for-5, three runs, three stolen bases), Jordan Walley (2-for-3, two doubles, two RBI) and Hayley Beckstrom (2-for-4, double, three RBI). AR’s Breanna Clark had a pair of singles.
Jefferson 11, Auburn 1 (5 innings)
After starting the season 0-2 in SPSL 4A North play, the Raiders have won 12 of their past 13. Reno Whitcomb led the way in this one, going 4-for-4 with a double. Shelby Printz was 2-for-2 with a double, while Katie Jackson had two singles and earned the victory by throwing three hitless innings, striking out four and walking one. Rilee Lewis had two of Auburn’s three hits, including a double.
Kentlake 6, Kentwood 5
Alexis Engman keyed the victory, going 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Allison Newcomb doubled and drove in two for Kentwood.
Kentridge 17, Mount Rainier 2 (5 innings)
The hit parade was keyed by Jessica Torlai (3-for-4, double, two runs), Bri Drury (2-for-3, triple, four RBI, two runs), Hannah Overall (2-for-3, triple, three RBI, three runs), Lizzett Dominguez (2-for-3) and Abigail Bellin (1-for-2, triple, two RBI, two runs). Sonny Dorhoefer accounted for three of the Rams’ five hits.
Emerald Ridge 8, Graham-Kapowsin 1
Meagan Hendrix struck out five in four innings and went 2-for-2 with a double, driving in three. The No. 7 Jags also got offensive help from MaKenzie McCoy (3-for-3, RBI, two runs). Haley Kenney was 2-for-2 for GK.
Emerald Ridge 15, Bethel
This time, the Jags were sparked by Taylor Buie (3-for-5, three RBI), Alyssa LeBlanc (3-for-4) and Abi Farrow (2-for-4, three RBI). Bethel get three hits from Heather Clements, including a double.
Rogers 15, Curtis 0 (5 innings)
No hits listed, but the Rams got multiple RBIs from Rylee Whispel (four), Lana VanDyken (two), Kim Klock (two) and Courtney Johnson (two).
Lake Stevens 3, Marsyville-Pilchuck 0
Here’s the upset of the day as the No. 6 Tomahawks fall to the Vikings for the second time this season, snapping a nine-game win streak. Savannah Forney went 2-for-4 and Amy Browder homered to lead the charge. Sierra Card allowed just four MP hits.
Snohomish 4, Monroe 3
Anna Pisac was 2-for-3 for the Panthers, who led 4-1 going into the seventh. Alyssa Egan and two hits and drove in all three Monroe runs.
Cascade 15, Jackson 4
Talk about deceiving final scores. It was 3-3 until the Bruins erupted for 12 runs in the top of the seventh. They finished with 14 hits, led by Megan Miller (3-for-4, two RBI, two runs), Sage Anderson (3-for-4, three RBI) and Megan Miller (3-for-4, two RBI, two runs). For Jackson, Megan Cooley was 3-for-4, scoring twice.
Interlake 6, Mount Si 4
A day after playing top-ranked Juanita tough, the Saints took down the No. 10 Wildcats, despite being out-hit 11-7. Carew Giberson-Chen went 2-for-4 with two stolen bases and two runs scored, Erin Scott also singled twice and Megan Foy doubled in two runs. Mount Si, which had won six in a row since falling to Juanita, got two hits apiece from Celine Fowler, Nikki Carroll and Rachael Picchena.
Liberty 12, Sammamish 6
The Patriots popped 14 hits, led by Liza Van Kamp (3-for-4, two runs), Allie Wood (2-for-2, double), Miranda Bukantz (2-for-3, double) and Anna Faoro (2-for-5, double). For Sammamish, Kasey Hormel was 2-for-3 with a double, scoring twice, and Andi Hormel was 2-for-3 with three runs scored.
Bainbridge 12, Seattle Prep 2 (5 innings)
The No. 4 Spartans were sparked by Katie Kinney (3-for-4, double, four RBI), Katie Raben (3-for-4, triple, RBI), Emily Schneider (2-for-3, double, RBI) and Erin Kinney (2-for-3, two RBI).
Bishop Blanchet 19, Lakeside 2 (5 innings)
Maria Biondi and Tessa McEvoy both stroked three hits for the Braves, while Lakeside got two from Emily Moore.
Kennedy Catholic 9, Highline 6
Sierra Bains went 3-for-4 with a triple as the Lancers avenged their lone Seamount League loss. Nicole Jacobson had two hits for Highline, including a double.
Renton 8-16, Foster 7-4
The Indians swept the twinbill, but the only name mentioned is Sabrina Bigelow, who netted both victories.
Hazen 16-15, Tyee 0-0 (both 3 innings)
Lauren Goss had three hits in the 16-0 game and Megan Brigman smacked three (including a double) in the other one.
Lindbergh 19, Evergreen 0
No details reported.
Enumclaw 12, Lakes 9
Sarah Morrow was 3-for-3 and Courtney Cox added a single and double for the Hornets. Lakes got three hits apiece from Stephanie Shupe (double, RBI) and Lizzey Badger (two RBI).
Peninsula 15, Decatur 2
Aspen Ison had a single and double, driving in two, while Mallory Golden finished 2-for-4 and Alaina Morgan collected three RBI.
Everett 6, Meadowdale 4
The No. 2 Seagulls were sparked by Chloe Kesterson (2-for-4, triple), Lauren Kesterson (2-for-4, two runs) and Keilanna Harper (2-for-4, two runs). For Meadowdale, Ashley Brocke went 2-for-4 with a double and Lindsey Milner ripped a two-run homer.
Shorecrest 4, Oak Harbor 3 (9 innings)
Alissa Kaufhold doubled for the Scots and S. Zimmerman (sorry, couldn’t find a first name) had one for the Wildcats.
Lynnwood 8, Shorewood 2
Jasmin Edwards went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBI, while Desiree Graham had two singles, scoring twice, and Erica Gott homered, finishing with three RBI. Jessica Gott struck out nine. Shorewood got a pair of doubles from Miranda Igl, who drove in both runs.
Mountlake Terrace 8, Marysville Getchell 3
Hannah Wilcox was 3-for-4 with a triple and double to lead the way.
Granite Falls 16, South Whidbey 6 (6 innings)
Jamie Alexander and Chelsea Myntti both tripled in the victory, while South Whidbey’s Alex Kubeska homered.
Franklin Pierce 8, Whie River 0
The Cardinals got home runs from Stephanie Franco (2-for-2, four RBI), Lenessa Nelson (three RBI) and Anna Lennox, while Kellie Crawford allowed just one hit.
Eatonville 5-12, Washington 0-8 (both 5 innings)
In the 5-0 win, Morgan Maida struck out 11 in five innings and the Cruisers got two hits apiece from Maddie Smith (double, three RBI), Behka Gehrke (double), K.K. Voss (two runs) and Kendra Trummert. In the other game, Trummert went 3-for-3 with a double, Smith had two doubles, Maida went 2-for-3 with a double, three RBI and two runs scored (as well as getting another win) and Alicia White was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI. Washington’s Taylor Story had two hits and two runs scored.
Seattle Christian 17, Vashon Island 1 (5 innings)
Alyssa Baucom drove in five runs with a single and double, while Mariah May homered and finished with four RBI. Molli Ronish added two hits, two RBI and three runs scored.
Forrest Ridge 16-12, Tacoma Baptist 7-6
No details reported.