MARYSVILLE – Kelsey Edge and Emily Downing knocked in three runs each and Cassidy Phelps added 2 RBI to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to a 13-9 win over Oak Harbor in a softball slugfest in the rain Monday at M-P.
The visitors got off to a fast start scoring three runs in the top of the first, but M-P tallied five in the bottom of the inning. Oak Harbor cut the lead to 10-9 in the top of the sixth, but the home team tallied three more in the bottom of the inning for the victory.
Edge went 3-for-3 with a double, Phelps 3-4 with a double and Downing 1-3 with a double.
Downing, a freshman, also was the winning pitcher.
The teams combined for 27 hits, but four Oak Harbor errors helped the Tommies in the win.
The Eagles swept M-P, winning 11-1 Wednesday in six innings and 6-1 Saturday.
Owen Bishop pitched a 2-hitter, striking out eight in the first game at Arlington.
Paul Chung smashed a triple and knocked in three runs. Jack Sheward added a double and scored a run. Jordan Justice led M-P with a double and an RBI.
In the other game at M-P, Michael Tsoukalas went 2-for-2 with a double and 2 RBI. Bishop also went 2-2 with a triple and an RBI. He also scored three times, walking twice.
Daniel Kirkwood led M-P going 2-2.
The Eagle boys placed second with 114 points and the girls fourth with 83 at the Viking Classic Saturday at Lake Stevens. The host team won both team titles – the boys with 162 and the girls with 160.5.
For the Arlington boys, Joshua Gutierrez won the high jump with a leap of 6 feet and the triple jump with a leap of 43 feet, 9.5 inches. Also, Kristian Fairbanks was second in the 100, junior Cade Younger third in the 400; junior Chance Pearston third in the 1600; Noah Loftis second in the 3200; Younger, Fairbanks, Chase Petersen and Lucas Ferro second in the 4 by 100 relay; Younger, Blake Landry, Nathaniel Alexander and Fairbanks second in the 4 by 400 relay; sophomore Jaden Roskelley second in the high jump; and Roskelley second in the long jump and Gutierrez third. For the Arlington girls, Julia Parra won the shot put with a toss of 39 feet, 10.5 inches. Other results: sophomore Jersey Heiss was second in the 100; Kelsey Mutton third in the 800; Sarah French, Heiss, Reagan Beaton and Mutton second in the 4 by 100 relay; French, Heiss, Keira Marsh and Mutton third in the 4 by 200 relay; Parra second in the discus; Heiss second in the javelin; and Beaton second in the long jump.
The Eagles were third, M-P sixth and MG last in a match at Camaloch. Everett won with 149 team points. Arlington had 157, M-P 180 and MG 221.
For Arlington, Jayden Fulterton shot a 36, one behind the medalist; Caden Smith 40, Trent Nobach, Nate Metcalf 41.
M-P: Matt Allen 39, Jeff Reynolds 46, Connor Peterson 47, Matt Krapf 48.
MG: Emryk Flitz 45, Nathan Bickle 50, Chase McGowne 52, Jacob Faller 74.
Everett beat MG twice – 10-0 in five innings Wednesday and 15-2 Saturday.
The Seagulls won with a no-hitter by Nick Mardesich.
In the other game Everett’s Caden Lockhart was the winning pitcher and also knocked in six runs with a double and a triple.
Loucks had a double and scored a run for MG.
At QuilCeda Stadium last week, the M-P boys beat Stanwood 83-57 and Archbishop Murphy 114-17, and the girls won 77-53 and 105-20.
For M-P’s girls, freshman Jaylynn LeMasters won the 100 meters in 13.64 seconds; junior Tahja Vaivaimuli the 200 in 27.95; junior Alexia Sandoval the 1600 in 5 minutes, 50 seconds; sophomore Corianne Cross the 300 hurdles in 55.08; LeMasters, Vaivaimuli, Cadence Jackson and Summer Sanden the 4 by 100 relay in 53.14; Miriah Summers the shot put with a throw of 32 feet, 6 inches; sophomore Kaylin Hooker the javelin at 83-6; junior Sanden the high jump at 5 feet; and Cross the pole vault at 10 feet. For the boys, Jeffrey Richner took the 800 in 2 minutes, 6.27 seconds; and the 1600 in 4:40.87; sophomore Joshua Pickle took the 3200 in 14:34.5; sophomore Trae Tingelstad won the 110 hurdles in 17.33; and the 300 hurdles in 45.94; Bryan Sanders, Sergio Macias-Rossiter, Jordan Velasquez and Kevin Crumrine won the 4 by 100 relay in 45.77; Chris Ray, Trever Stone, Richner and Tingelstad won the 4 by 400 in 3:41.26; Cade Tucker took the shot put with a toss of 50 feet, 3 inches; Jeffrey Roullier won the javelin at 142 feet; freshman Jamaari Jefferson took the high jump at 5-8; and sophomore Ben Romero won the triple jump at 27 feet, 6 inches.
Saturday, at the Eason Invitational at Veterans Memorial Stadium, MG’s Mikail Montez was second in the shot put at 39-5.75 to put the Chargers tied for 28th place with nine points.
In a nonconference match at Useless Bay, M-P was second by a stroke to Snohomish’s 164. MG was last at 209.
For M-P, Matt Allen and Jeff Reynolds were both one shot off the medalist with a 40, Matt Krapf 42, Connor Peterson 43. MG: Nathan Bickle 43, Nick Scharbach 49, Chase McGowne 50, Emryk Flitz 67.
Oak Harbor beat M-P 6-1 at Totem Middle School.
The only Tommies win was at No. 1 doubles with Dana Bichel-Kristina Gret winning 6-4, 7-5. At No. 4 singles, Katie Stuart won the first set 6-2, but lost 2-6, 3-6. MG fell to Snohomish 7-0. The best Charger match was at No. 3 doubles, where Ashlin Rounds/Jayden Sheldon-Thompson fell 6-2, 4-6, (10-3).
MG took a 3-0 halftime lead then held on to defeat Stanwood 4-3 Friday. Ethan Fuerte, Camillo Cruz, Mark Popach and Rogelio Salgado scored for the Chargers.
Also, M-P beat Arlington 4-1.
Riley Mae Swanson struck out 10 over six innings in an 11-1 win over Burlington-Edison. She also went 3-3 at the plate. Britt Boortz went 2-2 with 2 RBI.
Ferndale edged the Cougars 4-3.
And Lynden blanked the Cougars 7-0.
Burlington-Edison beat the Cougars 8-1.
And Mount Baker beat Lakewood 13-2.