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May 8, 2012 at 9:31 AM

Monday’s high-school softball highlights

There were plenty of high-school softball games played Monday, and one in particular stood out as Lynnwood knocked off No. 2 Everett, which was previously unbeaten. We’ll start the highlights there:

Lynnwood 9, Everett 7

The Royals got a two-run home run from Erica Gott and a solo blast from Meagan Crabtree to key the upset. Jasmine Edwards added two hits scored three times. For Everett, Kayla Deitius and Cherise Shaver both went 2-for-4, with Deitius driving in three.

Shorewood 8-1, Oak Harbor 7-4

Dani Norsby was 3-for-4 with a double and RBI in the Shorewood win, which apparently was a partial game makeup. Stephanie Volbrecht had the game-winning single in the ninth. Oak Harbor then won the second game as Emily Sarr went the distance, striking out five.

Glacier Peak 9, Shorecrest 0

Kaylee Lawson led the way, going 2-for-4, and Callie Bircher allowed just three hits.

Meadowdale 12, Marysville Getchell 1 (5 innings)

The Mavs got a double and home run from Ciarra Hart.

Woodinville 10, Roosevelt 0

Alex Boyd was 2-for-3 with a triple for the top-ranked Falcons, while Madi Schreyer and Keelin Davis combined on a no-hitter.

Bothell 16, Garfield 0 (5 innings)

Arista Honey had a sweet game for the No. 6 Cougars, bashing two doubles and a home run to drive in nine runs, while Kellsey Morgan and Julia Warner had two singles apiece. Three Bothell pitchers teamed for a no-hitter.

Inglemoor 7, Ballard 0

Alyson Harrington tossed the one-hit shutout and got offensive support from Shelby Johnston (4-for-5, triple, RBI, two runs) and Izzy Riddle (2-for-4, double, RBI, run).

Newport 11, Eastlake 1

Indiana Coxey went 3-for-4 with a triple and double to key the 15-hit attack. The other key offensive weapons were Bridget Raftery (3-for-4, two RBI), Kaitlin Sahlinger (2-for-4, two doubles, two RBI, two runs), Tommy Tomlinson (2-for-3, double, four RBI) and India Gants (2-for-4, double, two runs).

Redmond 6, Issaquah 1

Hannah Raudebaugh was 3-for-4 and Louise Chouinard went 2-for-4 with a double. For Issaquah, pitcher Brielle Bray had two hits and struck out 13.

Emerald Ridge 7, Puyallup 2

The Jags avenged an earlier loss, getting two hits apiece from Meagan Hendrix (including a double, three RBI and two runs), Chelsey Hayes and Kayla Muche’. Hendrix struck out nine and scattered four hits.

Beamer 12, Rogers 4

Emma Blauser tripled and doubled, driving in two, while Analee Scott had a double and single for the Titans, who scored eight times in the third. For Rogers, Tess Dixon and Courtney Johnston each doubled and singled.

Spanaway Lake 3, Bethel 0

Alleyah Armendariz picked up the victory and helped herself by gonig 3-for-4 with a triple and two stolen bases.

Kentlake 6, Kentwood 0

Hanna Sauget struck out eight, allowing two hits, and had two herself, driving in a pair of runs. Katie Habryle added three hits and an RBI.

Arlington 7, Lake Stevens 0

Ronnie Ladines twirled the three-hit shutout and went 3-for-4 for the No. 4 Eagles, who bounced back from their first loss of the season. Lindsay Amundson was 4-for-4 with a double, while Katelyn McDonald had two hits, driving in three.

Snohomish 6, Marysville-Pilchuck 3

The No. 10 Tomahawks dropped their second straight. Jennie Winston scattered four hits and had three herself, driving in two. Haley Fritz homered and singled for M-P, netting three RBI.

Kamiak 3, Jackson 2

Kristyna Phan kept her hot bat going, ripping a triple and single. Jakcson got two hits from Megan Cooley, including a three-bagger.

Interlake 9, Liberty 3

Carly Pim had a big day, going 4-for-4 with a double and five RBI.

Seattle Prep 21, Cleveland 11 (6 innings)

Janay McAuley tripled and doubled and Abby Rockwell also ripped a triple, driving in three. For Cleveland, Jenee Wilson had two hits and two RBI.

Lindbergh 23-13, Foster 2-3

Paula Farrell had three hits in the 23-2 game, which went three innings, and earned the victory in the other one, which lasted six frames.

Highline 15, Evergreen 0 (4 innings)

Taylor Gower struck out nine, giving up two hits, while Sierra Flanagan homered and Rayna McElwain went 2-for-3 with a double.

Kennedy Catholic 15, Tyee 0 (3 innings)

Sierra Bains ws 2-for-2 with a home run, driving in three, and allowed one hit in earning the victory, striking out four. Angie Isernio had two singles, two RBi and two runs.

Hazen 12, Renton 11

The Highlanders pushed two runs across in the seventh and were led by Ali Terzopoulos (4-for-4) and Megan Brigman (3-for-5). For Renton, Stephanie Rivas and Latascha Cooper had three hits apiece.

Peninsula 13, Lakes 2 (6 innings)

The No. 10 Seahawks were keyed by Kaitlyn McKinney (4-for-5, two doubles) and Aspen Ison (2-for-4). Ison struck out 11 and didn’t give up a walk. Krista Yockman homered and tripled for Lakes.

Enumclaw 13, White River 3 (5 innings)

Courtney Cox was 4-for-4 with a triple, double and two RBI.

Cedarcrest 10, Archbishop Murphy 8

Allie McCain led the way, going 4-for-5 with a double, three RBI and three runs scored, while Kailyn Campbell was 2-for-4 with a triple and four RBI. The Wildcats got two doubles and a single from Marea Homes.

Franklin Pierce 11, Washington 0 (5 innings)

Kelli Crawford pitched the one-hitter and went 2-for-2 with two RBI and three runs scored. Anna Lennox also had two hits and two RBI.

Fife 3, Sumner 0

No details reported.

Granite Falls 20, Sultan 0

No details reported.

University Prep 3, Bellevue Christian 2

Sophie Manasse earned the victory, allowing just two hits.

Seattle Christian 2, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 1

Benita Beale struck out nine, giving up two hits. Mikayla Hoffman also pitched well for Cedar Park Christian, fanning 11 and allowing three hits.



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