Roundups: Seamount teams return to action after Spring Break

All games on April 15

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  • Friday, May 30, 2008 3:03pm
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All games on April 15

Lancers take down Eagles

Kennedy beat Lindbergh 7-0. Malone Utley, Jacob Ambrozic and Tony Armitage each had a goal and an assist for the Lancers. Sean Miller and Ryan Monson combined for the shutout.

Rams shutout Totems

Mount Rainier beat Tyee 6-0. Darwin Jones scored two goals and Kyle Danielson scored a goal and a pair of assists for the Rams. David Lugo and Bryan Murray combined for the shutout.

Pirates continue hot streak

Highline beat Evergreen 6-2. Mowlid Hersi scored two goals and an assist, Marshall Kosaka and Evan Richter each scored a goal and an assist for the Pirates. Joel Jacinto and Fabian Valencia scored a goal for Evergreen.

Hazen beats Indians

Hazen beat Renton 5-1. Juan Salas scored a goal and three assists, while Emmanuel Median scored a hat trick. Medina and Salas teamed up for three goal-and-assist combinations within a nine-minute period. Jorge Guzman (assisted by Eduardo Herrera) scored for the Indians.

Seamount Standings (league record): Mount Rainier (8-1), Kennedy (7-1-1), Highline (6-2), Hazen (4-3-1), Lindbergh (3-6), Evergreen (2-6), Renton (2-7), Tyee (1-7).


Kennedy offense rolls

Kennedy scored in every inning on the way to a 16-0 win over Hazen on April 14. Karli Merlich went 4-4 with two RBIs and two doubles from the plate and pitching a complete game one-hitter from the mound. The Lancers have allowed runs just twice this season.

Rams shutout Highline

Mount Rainier beat Highline 10-0 on April 14. The Rams exploded for an eight-run fifth inning. Blessedjoy Mipalar went 4-4, with three runs, four RBIs and a home run for Mount Rainier.

Lindbergh beat Tyee 4-3 in eight innings on April 15. Casey Routos had the game-winning RBI and pitched all eight innings, allowing just four hits for the Eagles.

Seamount Standings (league record): Kennedy (8-0), Mount Rainier (8-1), Lindbergh (4-3), Evergreen (3-4), Tyee (2-4), Hazen (2-4), Highline (1-7), Renton (0-5).

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