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Newport, Interlake baseball get wins | Prep sports news
Newport 6 Garfield 1
Todd Reese worked four scoreless innings on the mound to get the win for the Knights, striking out four in a 6-1 win over Garfield.
Paul Wells had a pair of base hits and knocked in a run for Newport.
Interlake 12 Liberty 1
The Saints scored four runs in the seventh inning, as Ibrahim Mardini knocked in four runs in the lopsided win over Liberty.
Bothell 17 Bellevue 4
Five Cougars knocked in multiple runs and Bothell led 9-0 after two innings in a 17-4 non-league win over Bellevue.
Seattle Lutheran 13 Bellevue Christian 1
Newport 6 Redmond 20
Maggie Pana and Madelyn Shelby each knocked in two runs, but it wasn't enough in a 20-6 setback against Redmond.
Mercer Island 9 Interlake 5
B.B. Stevens knocked in two runs for the Saints in the loss.
Juanita 5 Bellevue 2
Dejah Rogers and Madi George each had home runs for Bellevue, but that was the extent of the offense in a 5-2 loss to Juanita.
Mount Si 7 Sammamish 3
The Totems got base hits from Andi Hormel and Maria Smith, but saw the Wildcats take control with a four run fifth inning.
Forest Ridge 16 Tacoma Baptist 15
Bellevue Christian 20 Forest Ridge 1
Newport 5 Eastlake 1
Five different Newport players scored a gaol and Gordon Kuenster had three assists as the Knights picked up the win.
Dimitri Popoff, Kaleb Karlek, Roy Cho, Avery Lawrenson and Maika Fuji found the net for Newport.
Omar Luqman scored the only Eastlake goal from Amr Atler.
Mount Si 2 Bellevue 1
Marcus Heijer scored the only Bellevue goal from Pete Johnson in the 2-1 loss.
Lake Washington 4 Interlake 1
Jason Rodriguez scored the only goal for the Saints in the loss.
Sammamish 4 Juanita 4
Laureno Villasenor, Mark So and Edgar Moreno-Flores scored goals as the Totems fought to a 4-4 draw with Juanita.
Moreno-Flores put his team up 3-2 in the second half before salvaging the tie with the game's final goal later in the contest.
Interlake 258 Liberty 284
Aleana Groenhout earned medalist honors as the Saints won the KingCo match at their home course of Tam O'Shanter, shooting 40 to help her team beat Liberty.
Delaney Douglas and Nhi Nguyen both shot 48 in the win.