Warriors sports roundup: Blahous throws no-hitter in baseball win; victory for track teams

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Thomas Blahous on the mound for the Warriors. (File photo by Jonah Wallace)

Thursday’s Edmonds-Woodway Warriors’ home baseball game against the Cedarcrest Red Wolves was moved to Mountlake Terrace High School due to EWHS field conditions, but Warrior junior Thomas Blahous didn’t seem to mind the change at all.

Blahous hurled a complete-game no-hitter Thursday as the Warriors beat
Cedarcrest 3-0 in a Wesco League matchup. The big junior struck out 17 Red Wolves in the no-no.

The victory was the third in a row for E-W, but the squad won’t have much time to savor the win. They will next play on Friday, April 12, at Meridian Park in Shoreline against the Shorewood Thunderbirds. First pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m.

In other Edmonds-Woodway sports Thursday, the Warrior boys and girls track teams overwhelmed their counterparts from Cascade in a dual meet held at Everett Memorial Stadium. The E-W boys defeated the Bruins’ boys team 105-35 while the girls downed the Lady Bruins 121-29.

To view all the results from the Warriors-Bruins track meet, click https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/meet/360214/results.

Prep Baseball: Cedarcrest at Edmonds-Woodway, April 11

Cedarcrest   0 0   0 0  0 0 0     — 0 0 0

Edmonds-Woodway   1 2   0 0  0 0 0     — 3 3 0

Winning pitcher: Thomas Blahous (Edmonds-Woodway)

Losing pitcher: Jacob Norris (Cedarcrest)

Records: Edmonds-Woodway 3-2 in 2A/3A Wesco League, 5-6 overall; Cedarcrest 2-5 in 2A/3A Wesco League, 4-9 overall

Edmonds-Woodway next game: versus Shorewood; Friday, Apr. 12; 4:00 p.m. at Meridian Park in Shoreline

Prep Track: Edmonds-Woodway vs. Cascade; April 11

Boys team scores:

Edmonds-Woodway 105 – Cascade 35

Girls team scores:

Edmonds-Woodway 121 – Cascade 29

Edmonds-Woodway boys’ individual event winners:

— Chinedu Acholonu, 200 meters (23.38)

— Grant Christian, 400 meters (53:10)

— Dylan Hartono, 800 meters (2:01.35)

— Jacob Willcox, 1600 meters (4:29.88)

— Deyago Peraza, 3200 meters (9:42.94)

— Marcus Dilworth, 110 meter hurdles (15.72)

— Evan Graves, 300 meter hurdles (49.25)

— Capassio Cherry, Marcus Dilworth, Steele Swinton, Chinedu Acholonu; 4×100 meter relay (45.83)

— Kylan Hartono, Lucas Lacambra, Chinedu Acholonu, Grant Christian; 4×400 meter relay (3:39.69)

— Anthony Woo, discus (126-06)

— Clifton Montgomery, javelin (123-06)

— Quang Nguyen, high jump (5-02.00)

— Alec Rust, pole vault (10-06.00)

— Marcus Dilworth, long jump (19-10.00)

Edmonds-Woodway girls’ individual event winners:

— Nevaeh Gary, 100 meters (13.58)

— Kaddy Kongira, 200 meters (27.53)

— Kaitlyn Rust, 400 meters (1:00.77)

— Ellie Gard, 800 meters (2:31.18)

— Alyssa Hershey, 1600 meters (5:37.33)

— Ellie Gard, 3200 meters (12:03.24)

— Katelyn Ely, 100 meter hurdles – tie with Cascade’s Andrea Bui – (19.16)

— Erin Francisco, 300 meter hurdles (51.09)

— Nevaeh Gary, Kaddy Kongira, Michaela Danyo, Gaby Chappell; 4×100 meter relay (52.13)

— Oumie Jatta, Mia Dickenson, Amalia Takahashi, Michaela Danyo; 4×200 meter relay (1:55.01)

— Ellie Gard, Jemma Willcox, Chiara Serafini, Kaitlyn Rust; 4×400 meter relay (4:22.22)

— Vatoria Keyes, discus (117-05)

— Kaiona Apio, javelin (104-09)

— Megan Livingston, pole vault (8-06.00)

— Kyra Hicks, long jump (15-07.50)

Edmonds-Woodway next meet: versus Lynnwood, Cedarcrest; Thursday, April 18; 3:30 p.m. at Edmonds Stadium

— By Doug Petrowski

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