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Tommies top Lake Stevens, 4-1

By LAUREN SALCEDO
Marysville Globe Reporter
March 27, 2013 · 10:13 AM
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Marysville-Pilchuck’s Cody Anderson pitches against a Lake Stevens batter on Saturday, March 23. / Kirk Boxleitner

LAKE STEVENS — The Tomahawks topped the Vikings, 4-1, in an away game at Lake Stevens High School on Saturday, March 23.

The former league rivals played under sun and blue skies, and the Tommies came out three runs ahead of the 4A school. Starting pitcher Cody Anderson kept the Vikings at bay for the first four innings, allowing only one run in the fifth.

The Tomahawks scored  a run each in the first, second, sixth and seventh innings. The Vikings were looking to get caught up in the fifth inning, scoring their first and only run of the afternoon, giving the Tommies a 2-1 lead. Lake Stevens had the opportunity to score several times in the last two innings, but instead it was the Tomahawks who scored another two runs, in the top of the sixth and seventh.

The Tomahawks are set to face Oak Harbor at home at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27.

 

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