Spartans take advantage of Totem errors

Skyline took advantage of three Sammamish errors, beating the Totems 5-1 on April 25 and maintaining a two-game lead on Newport for the conference title with one week left in the season.

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Sammamish’s Will Minice makes the catch.

Skyline took advantage of three Sammamish errors, beating the Totems 5-1 on April 25 and maintaining a two-game lead on Newport for the conference title with one week left in the season.

Eric Beige hit an RBI double for the Spartans (13-4, 11-3 KingCo 3A), who received an outstanding game on the mound from Anthony Beattie, who went seven innings and allowed only one run to pick up the win.

A big three-run third inning paved the way for the win for the Spartans, who picked up eight hits off of Sammamish starter Ross Kylczyk, who took the loss.

Anthony Aebi went 3 for 3 for the Totems (4-12, 4-11).

Other Games

4/25

Issaquah 8, Newport 0

Spencer Rogers went 3 for 4 and scored three runs for the Eagles and Alex DeMarne threw seven shutout innings to help Issaquah beat Newport 8-0.

Colin Hering took the loss for Newport.

Mercer Island 8, Interlake 1

Cullen Russell threw a no-hitter for the Islanders, allowing one earned run and striking out nine over seven innings, as Mercer Island beat Interlake 8-1.

Sean Perryman scored two runs for Mercer Island (10-8, 7-6). Matt Allan took the loss for Interlake (3-14, 1-13).

Eastside Catholic 11, Bainbridge 1

The Crusaders pounded out 10 hits and Mike Bush hit a three-run homerun in a rout over Bainbridge.

Ron Johnson picked up the win for Eastside Catholic (17-1, 14-0 Metro League Mountain Division), allowing four hits and only one run in five innings of work.

Bainbridge fell to 5-9 overall on the season.

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