Here is a look back at Monday’s high-school baseball highlights:
We had a reporter at the KingCo 4A Tournament to watch Redmond and Issaquah clinch state berths with semifinal wins. Click here for the story.
Inglemoor 3, Woodinville 2 (8 inn.)
Willie Augustavo went 2 for 3 with a pair of RBI, while Lucas Wimmer allowed two runs on five hits over eight innings, helping Inglemoor knock off Woodinville to keep its season alive.
Ballard 9, Skyline 0
Frank Airey went 3 for 4 with two RBI, while Steven Weber finished 2 for 4 with a home run and three RBI as Ballard knocked off Skyline to move on in the KingCo 4A Tournament.
Metro League Tournament
O’Dea 10, West Seattle 0
O’Dea’s Pierre LeDorze had a big day for the Irish, falling a triple shy of the cycle. He scored three runs and drove in five. He also pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out six.
Seattle Prep 7, Ingraham 0
Nate Richards struck out seven and didn’t allow a hit over five innings, leading Seattle Prep past Ingraham.
Nick Pribble homered, while Matt Ramos and Nelson Taylor drove in two runs apiece.
Bishop Blanchet 2, Chief Sealth 0
Eric Kimpton homered and Peter Johnson picked up the win in Bishop Blanchet’s shutout win over Chief Sealth.
Northwest 3A District Tournament
Shorewood 3, Glacier Peak 1
Shorewood’s Sam Boone allowed one run during a complete-game performance against Glacier Peak.
Meadowdale 5, Oak Harbor 4
Ethan Coffey, Tyler McGwire and Chris Osbone all doubled in Meadowdale’s win over Oak Harbor.
Mountlake Terrace 8, Ferndale 2
Alex Hatch went 3 for 4 with two doubles and three RBI — he also picked up the win — while Henry Haveman tripled and drove in two runs, leading Mountlake Terrace past Ferndale.
Northwest 4A District Tournament
Edmonds-Woodway 8, Marysville-Pilchuck 6
Edmonds-Woodway’s Ryan Budnick went 2 for 2 with a pair of RBI and Alex Hull finished 2 for 3 with a double in the Warriors’ win.
Lake Stevens 13, Jackson 4
Lake Stevens’ Dylan LaVelle finished 3 for 3 with two doubles to lead the Vikings.
Snohomish 3, Kamiak 0
Ben Dmochowsky drove in two runs to lead Snohomish.