Play ball… when the rain stops

Baseball and fastpitch teams are getting out when the weather decides to clear for a few hours.

Spring sports are attempting to get rolling if the rainstorms would cooperate and find a new place to fall.

Baseball and fastpitch teams are getting out when the weather decides to clear for a few hours.

Boys soccer is underway unhampered by the weather.

Girls and boys track begins in earnest over the next two weeks.

Girls tennis is most hampered by the weather and will likely need to jam makeup games in when the sun returns from vacation.

Baseball

The Liberty boys made it to the quarterfinals of the state tournament last season, only two games shy of the game for all the marbles.

The Patriots lost six to graduation, but a season squad returns for a run at the 2A state championship.

Liberty hosted Hazen Tuesday and won 11-1. Torey Anderson was on the mound and he went 3-2 at the plate. Riley Wingerson also hit 3-2.

The Lindbergh Eagles have a mix of seniors and sophomore with two freshman making the team. The team is scheduled to play Seattle Christian on the road at noon Saturday, The Eagles travel to White River for a 4 p.m. game Tuesday.

Renton hosts Ingraham at 4 p.m. today, Friday, for its opening action.

Hazen was scheduled to host Kentlake Thursday, past the press deadline. Friday the team heads across the mountains to play Ellensburg at 4:30 p.m. at Rotary Park.

Fastpitch

The fastpitch girls teams, like the boys baseball teams, are battling the weather to get the season started.

Hazen was hosting Lindbergh Thursday and will travel to Auburn for a 4 p.m. game Friday.

Lindbergh is set to host Tyee at 4 p.m. Friday and Renton at 4 p.m. Monday.

After Renton plays Lindbergh Monday it will travel to Cloverpark and play at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Liberty was scheduled to host Cedarcrest Thursday and Juanita for a 4 p.m. game Monday.

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