Shorewood misses berth in State baseball tournament after Saturday loss

Sunday, May 12, 2013

For the second time in the game Shorewood makes an out in a run down play.
Shorewood’s Ben Andrews watches as Josh Wilkes tags the runner.
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

The Shorewood baseball team missed out on a place in the regional round of the State 3A baseball tournament when the Thunderbirds lost the game for third place in the Northwest District 3A tournament Saturday at Meridian Park.

Shorewood lost 10-1 to Glacier Peak to finish the T-birds’ season with a 20-4 record. Glacier Peak (18-6) will join District champion Ferndale (16-7) and runner-up Meadowdale (11-12) as Northwest District representatives in State play.

Glacier Peak’s Sean Elledge evades the tag by catcher Harrison Jacobs
Photo by Wayne Pridemore

In Shorewood’s loss to Glacier Peak, Ben Andrews’ home run was the Thunderbirds’ only hit.

Ferndale defeated Meadowdale, 3-1, in the District championship game Saturday.

During the regular season, Shorewood won the Western Conference 3A South championship, with Glacier Peak second and Meadowdale fourth; Ferndale finished in a three-way tie for second in the Northwest 3A/2A/1A Conference.

Glacier Peak 10, Shorewood 1 
At Meridian Park Fields, Saturday May 11

Glacier Peak-- 141 010 3--10 11 1
Shorewood--    000 001 0----1 1 2

GP: Tanner Braun and Mitch Pohrman
SW: Riley O'Brien, Ian Oxnevad (2), Ben Tracey (5), Cole McKisson (7) and Harrison Jacobs.


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