Shorecrest offense too much for Shorewood in 12-0 softball rout Saturday

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Varsity softball teams for Shorecrest and Shorewood
at the Blue Day Pink Night cancer awareness event March 30
Shorecrest in pink, Shorewood in blue
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Shorecrest jumped out to an early lead on Shorewood and captured a 12-0 softball victory Saturday at Shorewood’s home Meridian Park Fields in the second annual Blue Day and Pink Night for Cancer game.

The game was decided quickly as Shorecrest exerted its will early with seven runs in the first three innings.

An RBI single by Anisa Gomez in the first inning, and an RBI single by Amanda Eshelman, a passed ball and a sacrifice fly by Amanda Hartley in the second inning helped Shorecrest put some runs on the board early.

Callie Anderson got a hit in each of her four at bats.

Shorecrest's Amanda Eshelman delivers the pitch.
Eshelman was the winning pitcher and the event organizer.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Shorecrest got the win thanks in large part to Eshelman's dominant, six-strikeout, winning pitching performance. Eshelman allowed one earned run, three hits and one walk over 4 1/3 innings of a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule.

Shorecrest added four runs in the top of the fifth. A clutch wild pitch scored Jeanna Berg to open the scoring in the frame. That was followed by Ivey Uppinghouse’s single, scoring Hartley.

Alissa Kaufhold hit 2 for 2 with a double for the Scots.

Stephanie Vollbrecht of Shorewood hit a double in two at-bats. Vreni Hutt was the losing pitcher.

Shorecrest and Shorewood met at Shorewood's home field at Meridian Park School as part of a full day of baseball and softball.

The Blue Day/Pink Night series of games was Eshelman’s senior project, with proceeds going to the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

In the first game of the day, the Shorewood junior varsity girls lost to the Bothell JVs 13-0. Holly Ebel pitched for Shorewood.

The Bothell runner and ball arrive at the same time
as JV player Lauren Smith looks for the ball.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Shorecrest beat Glacier Peak, 2-1, at home Friday after a loss at Meadowdale, 7-1, Wednesday, before the victory over Shorewood, which brings the Scots’ record to 6-4 overall and 2-1 in the Western Conference 3A.

Shorewood’s loss to Shorecrest and a Wednesday 4-1 loss at Glacier Peak dropped the Thunderbirds’ record to 1-7 overall (0-2 Wesco 3A).

Earlier, Shorewood had lost a 17-2 home game to 4A Lynnwood March 19, won a 19-9 home game from Nathan Hale of Seattle March 21, lost a home game 13-0 to Cascade March 22 and lost 10-1 at 4A Edmonds-Woodway Monday, March 25.

Shorecrest and Shorewood met at Shorewood's home field at Meridian Park School as part of a full day of baseball and softball.


In Shorecrest’s 2-1 victory over Glacier Peak Friday, Anderson hit 3 for 3 with a stolen base and a run scored; Berg had a double and an RBI in three at-bats; Jeralyn Pasoquen hit 2 for 2 with an RBI; and winning pitcher Hartley struck out 5 Glacier Peak batters and gave up 1 walk, 4 hits and 1 earned run in a 7-inning complete game.

In Shorecrest’s 7-1 loss to Meadowdale Wednesday, Hartley was the losing pitcher as the Mavericks out-hit the Scots 12-2.

In Shorewood’s 4-1 loss at Glacier Peak Wednesday, Hutt was the losing pitcher as the Grizzlies out-hit the Thunderbirds 6-4.


Shorewood next plays a home game with Mountlake Terrace Tuesday at 4 p.m. at Meridian Park, Shorecrest next plays Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Mountlake Terrace.

The Shorewood junior varsity loss to Bothell gave the Thunderbird JVs a 3-5 record (0-1 Wesco 3A). The Shorewood and Bothell JVs meet again Saturday, April 6, at 1 p.m. at Bothell High School. The Shorewood JVs won 23-16 at 4A Mariner March 18, won a 14-2 home game from 4A Lynnwood March 19, won a 12-3 home game from Nathan Hale March 21, lost 18-5 at 4A Cascade March 22 and lost 16-6 at Glacier Peak Wednesday.

Shorecrest 12, Shorewood 0
At Meridian Park Fields, Saturday, March 30

Shorecrest-   142 14x x--12 14 0
Shorewood    000 00x x-- 0   2 2

Amanda Eshelman and Olivia Nolan.
Vreni Hutt and Melissa Eik.


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