Shorewood starts district tournament play with home game Saturday after victories over Oak Harbor Monday and Marysville-Pilchuck Tuesday

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Shorewood baseball team opens Northwest District 3A tournament play at home Saturday after the team ended its two-game losing streak with a Monday victory at Oak Harbor and a Tuesday home victory over Marysville-Pilchuck.

Shorewood will go into the tournament as the No. 1 Western Conference 3A South team with a 15-2 Wesco 3A record (18-2 overall).

Shorewood defeated Wesco 3A North No. 2 Oak Harbor, 7-2, Monday at Oak Harbor High School.

The T-birds defeated Wesco 3A North No. 1 Marysville-Pilchuck 3-0 Tuesday evening at Shorewood’s home Meridian Park Fields.

As the Wesco 3A South No. 1 team, Shorewood will open district tournament play with a home game Saturday at 2 p.m. against Stanwood (7-10, 7-13), which clinched the final spot in the tournament by winning Monday and Tuesday while Marysville Getchell lost both days.

In Shorewood’s victory at Oak Harbor Monday, starting pitcher Sam Boone pitched a complete game to improve his season record to 8-0, and struck out eight, Teammate Cameron Sterne hit a double, and Spencer Jacobs batted 3 for 3.

Shorewood had lost a Friday home game to Meadowdale, 5-2.

The Shorewood junior varsity won a 6-1 game at Meadowdale Friday and lost a 6-1 home game to Oak Harbor Monday to take a 13-3 Wesco 3A record (15-4 overall) into its final game Tuesday at Marysville-Pilchuck.
Meadowdale 5, Shorewood 2

At Meridian Park Fields, Friday, April 26
Meadowdale-- 023 000 0--5 8 0

Shorewood---- 101 000 0--2 7 0

MD: Moises Valadez, Reid Naughtin (6), Colin Costello (7) and Brian Marty. Riley O'Brien, Cole McKisson (2),

SW: Ben Tracey (3) and Jake Bockelie.
Shorewood 7, Oak Harbor 3
At Oak Harbor High School, Monday, April 29

Shorewood--- 041 200 0--7 13 2
Oak Harbor-- 000 003 1--3  7  3

SW: Sam Boone and Jake Bockelie.

OH: Richter, Schroeder (3) and Maletto.


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