Eastside Catholic High School
Eastside Catholic 2, Garfield 1 (May 20)
Garfield scored first in the third inning to go up 1-0 with a line drive to center field which would go unanswered until the sixth inning. In the bottom of the sixth, junior Ellie Sampson started the Crusaders with a lead-off walk. A two-out triple to left field from junior Allie Upton brought in Sampson to put the Crusaders on the board, tying the score 1-1.
With the game pushed to extra innings, junior Mary Powell managed to beat the throw to first on a dropped third strike to put the potential winning run on base. With two outs, Upton connected for a high fly ball to second base. Fortunately for the Crusaders, the Garfield second baseman fumbled the ball drawing an error, allowing Powell to score and bring home the win for the Crusaders.
Clutch plays by junior Claire Murawski at third base and ten strikeouts with one walk from Powell on the mound held Garfield to just one run for the night.
Eastside Catholic 11, Chief Sealth 1 (May 20)
Eastside Catholic boys maintain their undefeated record against Chief Sealth High School, winning 11-1. Next up, Garfield High School on May 24 at 3:30 p.m. and then Seattle Prep on May 27 at 3:30 p.m.
Eastlake High School
Eastlake 11, Lake Washington 2 (May 18)
Eastlake Wolves took on the Lake Washington Kangs Tuesday night. Juniors, Leslie Hines and Kelsie Williams pitched for the Wolves, giving up just two runs. The Eastlake offense had an amazing game with senior Julia Holec contributing a double and a triple, going two for four on the night. Freshman Amanda Huang had her third stolen base of the season and freshmen Lindsay Ferguson jumped in with her first high school career hit for a double.
Eastlake 14, Lake Washington 2 (May 21)
The Wolves stayed hot! The diamond dogs clobbered five homeruns and 12 hits in a mercy-rule five-inning contest. They were led by junior Will Woodward who crushed two home runs to tie his younger brother Grady Woodward and Griffin Miller for the team lead in home runs. Jack Lathwell and Bryce Johnson each launched balls into the night as well, and Noah Weintraub collected two hits.
Eastlake 10, Lake Washington 0, (6 innings) (May 19)
The Wolves were led by sophomore Bryce Johnson on the mound and fellow young pup Grady Woodward. Johnson threw six innings, allowing just one hit, and dominating Kang hitters for 10 strikeouts in a mercy-rule-shortened game.
Freshman Grady Johnson collected two hits and drove in four runs. Contributing to the blowout, UW baseball commit Bryce Johnson added two hits, driving in three runs. Senior Jack Lathwell connected for two hits to add to the nine-hit Wolf attack on the Kangs.
Eastlake 7, Redmond 1 (May 14)
Led by freshman Grady Woodward, the Wolves pounded out nine hits and ran past the Mustangs for a 7-1 win. Woodward clobbered two home runs, one a grand slam, driving in five of the Wolves seven runs. The Wolves picked up a solo blast from junior Griffin Miller and two hits from junior Noah Weintraub. With a perfect defensive game, senior Ben Wiljenan had a great outing from the mound, striking out three, allowing no runs through five innings on just 65 pitches.
Skyline High School
Skyline 0, Liberty 3 (May 19)
Skyline 8, Mt. Si 1 (May 17)
Skyline girls won their conference game vs. Mt. Si in seven innings with a score of 8-1.
Skyline 0, Liberty 2 (May 19)
Skyline 2, Mt. Si 5 (May 17)
Stephanie Bailey, Courtney Brown and Frank Smith contributed to this report.