Edmonds-area high school sports roundup for Friday


Updated Saturday morning with photos from Meadowdale game.


Meadowdale's Elliott Reece pitches in the 6th inning in Meadowdales 16-3 win over Mountlake Terrace. (Photos by Marshall Reece)
Meadowdale’s Elliott Reece pitches in the 6th inning in Meadowdales 16-3 win over Mountlake Terrace. (Photos by Marshall Reece)

Meadowdale 15, Mountlake Terrace 3 (5)
After a pair of one-run games this week, the Meadowdale Mavericks and the Mountlake Terrace Hawks ended their three-game series on Friday with a blowout; the Mavericks pounded Terrace 16-3 at Mountlake Terrace High School.

Meadowdale's Jacob Hunnewell hits a double in the 2nd inning of their game against Mountlake Terrace on  4-25-14
Meadowdale’s Jacob Hunnewell hits a double in the second inning.

Elliot Reece went the distance on the mound for Meadowdale, scattering five hits in the game shortened to six innings.

The Mavericks, held to just three runs and nine hits in the first two games of the series, busted out with 16 hits in Friday’s finale of the set. Meadowdale’s Dakota Barlament batted 2-for-5, both hits triples, and three RBI, teammate Jacob Hunnewell added two doubles and an RBI of his own in his 3-for-5 batting performance, and Maverick Phil Thomas went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI.

The win kept Meadowdale in second place in the Wesco League 3A South Conference behind division leader Shorewood, who lost their first game of the year, 5-4, to Stanwood on Friday. The Hawks slipped to fourth place with just five games remaining in the regular season.

Meadowdale 0 2 0 4 3 7 x — 16 16 1
Terrace 1 0 0 2 0 0 x — 3 5 1

Records: Meadowdale 7-5 league, 9-6 overall; Mountlake Terrace 5-7, 6-9

Edmonds-Woodway 10, Jackson 3
The Warriors swept Jackson Friday as pitcher Tate Budnick struck out eight and went 2-for-3,  including two doubles and four RBI. Marc Campagnaro and Chantz Justice also doubled for E-W.

Jackson 001 110 0 — 3 12 0
Edmonds-Woodway 001 081 x — 10 8 3

Records: Jackson 7-3 league, 9-5 overall; Edmonds-Woodway 7-3, 9-6


Monroe 12, Edmonds-Woodway 1 (5)
Mikayla Monroe had a double in the Warriors’ loss to Monroe.

Edmonds-Woodway 001 00x x — 1 4 1
Monroe 205 5xx x — 12 13 2

Records: Edmonds-Woodway 4-5 league, 8-6 overall; Monroe 3-4, 6-6


Lynnwood 1, Edmonds-Woodway 0 (OT)
The Royals won in the fifth minute of overtime when Victor Villasenor scored the game-winning goal.
Records: Edmonds-Woodway 2-7-2 league, 2-8-2 overall; Lynnwood 4-7-0, 4-7-0

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