Arlington 1 win away from state in baseball; soccer faces must-win game

  • Monday, May 6, 2019 3:47pm
  • Sports

ARLINGTON

Baseball

After beating Oak Harbor 10-0 in six innings at home Saturday, the Eagles baseball team plays Shorewood Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at Funko Field in Everett in a winner-to-state game.

Owen Bishop pitched a two-hitter against Oak Harbor, striking out eight.

Andrew Smith starred at the plate, going 3-for-4 with a double and 3 RBI. Paul Chung, Cole Warner and Bishop all went 2-3 with Warner knocking in a run and Bishop hitting in two to go along with a double.

Oak Harbor kept it close for five innings in the 3A District 1 game with Arlington ahead just 4-0, but then the Eagles rallied for six in the bottom of the sixth inning to end the game.

A strange play led to the Arlington run in the fourth inning. After Bishop walked, Mike Tsoukalas popped up to the catcher. But the spin of the ball and the wind carried it into fair territory, where the catcher and third baseman collided. Bishop went to third and scored on Cole Cramer’s sacrifice fly.

In the sixth, Warner got on after a bunt single then Chung and Camden Anderson singled to load the bases. Jack Sheward hit a bases loaded single to make it 6-0. Bishop hit an RBI double, followed by a 2 RBI single by Smith. After an intentional walk, a sacrifice fly scored the winning run.

Soccer

After losing 1-0 to M-P Saturday in the first round of the 3A District 1 Tournament, the boys play a loser out game Tuesday at 7 p.m. against Squalicum.

Tennis

At home, Mount Vernon shut out Arlington 7-0 last Friday.

The best showings for the Eagles came at No. 4 singles, where Haily Brossard won six games, and at No. 3 doubles, where Alexia Price-Bella Leighton lost 6-1, 7-6 (3).

More in Sports

Gambling against M-P just leads to a long night for Stanwood

MARYSVILLE – Stanwood’s coaches may want to try going to Gambler’s Anonymous.… Continue reading

Results were shown in real time as soon as the runners finished. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)
Arlington girls, boys look strong at Twilight Invitational

CROSS COUNTRY All 4 local schools Arlington placed third in the boys… Continue reading

Arlington, Lakewood win soccer shutouts; Eagles 7-0 in volleyball

GIRLS SOCCER Arlington Audrey Jay scored a hat trick to lead the… Continue reading

Arlington, M-P, MG win in girls soccer; Eagle girls 6-0 in volleyball

GIRLS SOCCER Arlington, Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell all won their Wesco 3A… Continue reading

Katelyn Leary gets a high-5 Tuesday after finally breaking a personal record after two years. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)
Arlington girls, boys win at the net

SWIMMING Katelyn Leary of Marysville-Pilchuck won the 100-yard butterfly at a home… Continue reading

Rome, discus Olympian from M-P, dies at 42

MARYSVILLE – Jarred Rome, a Marysville-Pilchuck graduate and two-time Olympian, has died… Continue reading

Arlington QB Trent Nobach had an effective game through the air Friday. (File Photo)
Arlington, M-P, Lakewood all 3-0 in football

ARLINGTON – Replacing a quarterback like Anthony Whitis is no easy task.… Continue reading

Tribes do major lifting in providing equipment for AHS

ARLINGTON - The Eagles are getting a bit fit thanks to new… Continue reading

4 Cougs score in Lakewood’s soccer win

Girls soccer Lakewood Four players scored goals in Lakewood’s 4-0 win at… Continue reading

M-P swimmer wins 3 events; Arlington wins in soccer, volleyball; MG, Lakewood win in soccer

Girls swimming Alexis Bennett of Marysville-Pilchuck won three events at Cascade Tuesday.… Continue reading

‘79 Eagles proud of state football title

ARLINGTON – Forty years ago Arlington won the state football title. That’s… Continue reading