M-P stomps Shorewood; MG falls to Arlington in baseball (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck softball team beat Shorewood 23-6 April 13, after losing to Edmonds-Woodway 13-11 April 12.

Jordan Willard of Marysville-Pilchuck delivers a pitch.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck softball team beat Shorewood 23-6 April 13, after losing to Edmonds-Woodway 13-11 April 12. M-P’s Kylie Lopez was two-for-three with a triple and two RBI, in the loss. M-P’s record is 6-2.

ARLINGTON — Gavin Rork led the way with five stolen bases in the Arlington baseball team’s win over Marysville Getchell 5-1 April 13. Arlington’s Daniel Smith was two-for-three, hitting a double and an RBI. MG’s Collin Montez was two-for-two with a double and an RBI. Arlington improved to 7-3 and dropped MG to 2-8.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell girls golf team won 276-297 over Stanwood at Cedarcrest Golf Course April 13. Abbie Braun led M-P scoring a 50 but Stanwood’s Camlynne Davis medaled with a 44.

EVERETT — The Marysville-Pilchuck girls tennis team lost all seven matches to Everett April 13. M-P’s record dropped to 1-7.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell girls softball team lost 11-0 to Edmonds-Woodway April 13. MG’s record dropped to 1-6.

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck put on a scoring clinic, blanking Stanwood 6-0 April 12 in boys soccer. Cristian Correa-Avila led M-P with two goals, and teammates Ariaan Cardenas, Baruc Galvan, Yobani Munguia and Daniel Amador each scored. M-P improved its record to 8-1-1.

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck’s Haley Burns medaled with a 48 in her girls golf team’s win over Everett 281-298 April 12 at Cedarcrest Golf Course.

STANWOOD — The Arlington boys golf team placed second out of seven teams with a score of 275 at the Wesco 3A North Tournament at Kayak Point Golf Course April 12.

Arlington’s Connor Stephens scored a 48, tying with Oak Harbor’s Haven Brown, and behind Stanwood’s Quinton Borseth’s 47, who medaled. Marysville-Pilchuck placed third with a score of 303 with Nathan Venables scoring a 50. Marysville Getchell was sixth with 323. MG’s Justin Good scored a 59.

Arlington was also sixth out of 18 teams with a score of 335 at the Tom Dolan Invitational at the Everett Country Club April 11. Stephens led his team with a 77 over 18 holes. M-P placed 16th with a score of 366 with Justin Trueax leading his team with an 83.

EDMONDS — Kylie Lopez led the Marysville-Pilchuck softball team two-for-three at the plate with a triple and two RBI, but they still lost to Edmonds-Woodway 13-11 April 12. M-P’s record fell 5-2.

MARYSVILLE — After falling behind a goal in the first half, Marysville Getchell’s Cameron Coe scored a goal in the second half to tie with Shorecrest 1-1 in soccer April 12. MG’s record is 1-4-5.


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