Eastside Catholic High School
Eastside Catholic 5, West Seattle 2 (June 1)
Eastside Catholic defeated West Seattle with only three hits but allowed nine walks on the night. Senior Jack Sampson slapped one double, while seniors Clint Flippo and S. Kaczmarski added three more stolen bases to the team stats this season. In their upcoming game on Friday, they will face Seattle Prep.
Eastside Catholic 3, Holy Names 13 (June 1)
Eastlake High School
Eastlake 10, Lake Washington 8 (June 1)
Eastlake started the game off strong, leading the first three innings. Lake Washington did get a leg over them during the sixth inning, when the score was 0-6, but Eastlake brought it around the next inning and won with overall performance throughout the game. Eastlake will next play Redmond on Friday at home at 6:30 p.m.
Eastlake offense exploded in their 10-8 win over LW. @Griffin_Miller9 hit his 3rd 💣 of the season. Jack Lathwell came up big in the 8th inning with a 2 RBI single that gave Eastlake the lead. Jack was 3-5, w/4 RBI’s. @NoahWeintraub8 & @willwoodward12 also had 3 hits each. pic.twitter.com/b3SFo6VuRF— Eastlake Baseball (@EastlakeBB) June 3, 2021
Eastlake 5, Lake Washington 0 (June 1)
Juniors Kelsie Williams and Leslie Hines pitched a combined 7-inning shutout. Junior Leah Cupp went two for three, including two RBIs. Junior Hallie Sehlin went one for three with one RBI, and senior Megan Cotton had a good game with another two for three with two RBIs. The Wolves have their final regular season game, celebrating their seniors, on Friday at Eastlake at 6:00 p.m.
Skyline High School
Skyline 2, Liberty 11 (June 2)
Skyline rallied for seven hits and four base on balls against Liberty but never managed to take the lead. Senior Chase Hanson earned one double as well as one stolen base. Junior Daniel Wagner contributed two hard earned stolen bases on the night. Skyline will play against Issaquah on Friday at 4:00 p.m.
Skyline 8, Hazen 1 (June 2)
The Skyline girls team will play Issaquah at 4:00 p.m. on Friday.