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B2 o:- The Arlington Times/The Marysville Globe www.marysvilleglobe.com SPORTS www.arlingtontimes.com Wednesday, May20, 2009 li by Danielle Szulczewski Spots Repo~er EVERETT -- After trailing 5-2 going into the bottom of the fourth inning against Monroe, the Tomahawk baseball team could have been nervous. But the boys kept their cool, coming back to score five runs in the bottom of the inning for their first lead of the win- ner-to-state district tour- nament game, en route to a 12-6 win at Everett Memorial Stadium May 12. Their strategy? "Systematically going up there and taking good swings," said M-P coach Kurt Koshelnik. "Even- tually, we swing the bats pretty well." While the boys had scattered hits in the first three innings, things started rolling offensively for the Tom- ahawks in the fourth inning. Shortstop Ste- yen ShaDe led off with a walk and Dane Widness singled. Monroe pitcher Jackson Cochran walked Tyler Holm in his third appearance at the plate -- he had hits in his other three -- setting up Austin Denton's two-run single to left field. Still down one, clean- up batter Devin Peterson gave Marysville its first lead of the game with a two-run double to c'en- ter field for a 6-5 lead. A double by DH Kyle Pace scored Peterson for the last run of the inning, but it proved to be the game-winner. The same five Toma- hawks scored runs in the fifth inning to make it a 12-5 lead going into the top of the seventh. Junior pitcher Bren- nen Steinbaugh threw 6 2/3 innings for the Tomahawks. The boys batted reliably through- out the lineup. Peterson and Holm had three hits each for the Tomahawks, with three RBI for Peter- son and two for Holm. Denton had two hits and three RBI. Playing Snohomish May 16 for the district championship, the Tom- ahawks trailed by five runs going into the bot- taking the second seed tomofthe fourth inning, to state out of Wesco They came back scor- for the second year in a ins two in the bottomrow. of the fourth and tying The boys will travel up in the bottom of the south, playing the seventh, but were unable District 3 No. 1 seed, to answer the Panthers' Tahoma, at Heidelberg two runs in the top of the Park in Tacoma on May eighth, falling 7-5 and 23. Tomahawk runner first base. DANIELLE SZULCZEWSKI Sports Reporter Dane Widness slides back to DANIELLE SZULCZEWSKI Sports Reporter Tomahawk center fielder Austin Denton grabs a fly ball, one of five outs he grabbed in the win over Monroe for a return trip to state. M-P softball earns district by Danielle Szulczewski Spots Repo~er MARYSVILLE -- Despite a tough streak of one-run losses, despite injuries to more than one player on arms, legs and heads, even with multiple junior varsity players in starting positions, play- ing each game in search of a win, the Tomahawk softball team did what no one else in the league had been able to do. They defeated the previously undefeated Stanwood softball team, keeping their mission for a district play-in game alive. Stanwood scored first, both of their runs coming in the fifth inning of the May 14 game. Pitcher Brit- tany Jeans tripled, batting in teammate Jordan Nemo, and ran in for the second run on a sacrifice play at first. Defensively for StaB- wood, itwasn't one of Jeans' virtuoso performances. In the seven innings of regu- lation, Jeans walked nine and both scoring runners got on base by walk. With two outs in the sixth inning, Megan Bom- bach walked, advancing to second where first base- man Morgan Martinis batted her in on a single. Likewise, infielder Jessica Christianson walked in the bottom of the seventh, advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Sacha Clow and scored on an RBI single byJessicaTanigawa. The senior outfielder was tagged out at third base in a controversial call that "After going 11 innings ended the Tommies' best wit Stanwood last time, it's chance to wrap up the win thrilling to have the win," in regulation, said M-P coach K.T. Allyn. Instead, the teams went "I'm proud of my girls, three more innings with- Sacha especially. To hold out scoring, forcing the off on the high pitch, that's international rule in the discipline at its finest." llth that put a runner on The girls needed a win second base at the begin- over Cascade or a Monroe ning of the inning. M-P loss to Stanwood the next held Stanwood's runner at day to secure the play-in second for three straight game. Both the Toma- outs. Bombach, the last hawks and Bearcats won, batter in the 10th inning, resulting in a tiebreaker started on second in the game. The Tomahawks llth. Second baseman Jen won 3-2 at Monroe, secur- Rosie's bunt got Bombach ingaplay-ingameatWesco to third and herself safely South No. 4 Kamiak May to first, resulting in loaded 18 after the Globe and bases when Jeans walked Times went to press. The Martinis. winner will play in the dis- Jeans struck out the trict tournament at Mon- next two, bringing up Clow, roe's Sky River Park. who battled her way into a For the complete full-count, two-out situa- bracket, visit www.wiaa. tion with bases loaded, com/distl/ Jeans' pitch went high, and Clow held her bat,Contact Danielle Szu/czewski resulting in a walk-offwalk at 360-659-1300 or for the 3-2 victory, dszu/czewski@marysvi//eglobe.com. ARLINGTON LAKEWOOD MARYSVILLE vw.ascl. vednet.edu/ed ucation/ school/school.phpr?sectionid=2 w~w.hvsd.~ednet.echu'hs/'~porl~.html 360 057 ()!)()()oplJon 3 Schedules subject to change due to weather. For most current schedules contact the high school. ~, 20% ARLINGTON LAKEWOOD MARYSVILLE BOYS GOLF BOYS GOLF BOYS GOLF 5/21 ...... Districts .................. TBA ......................... 9:00AM 5/27 ...... State ....................... Yakima(Apple Tree GC)TBD 5/21 ...... 4A Dist. Round 2....Gallery GC .............. 9:00AM 5/27-28.State ....................... Canyon Lakes GC ....... TBA 5/28 ...... State ....................... Yakima(Apple Tree GC)TBD 5/27 ...... 4A State Tourney Round I @ Canyon Lakes GG GIRLS ;OLF BASEBALL BA: ;EBALL 5/27-28.State ................ , ...... Sun Willows GC .......... TBA 5/23 ...... State Reg. Tourney Site TBD ........................ TBD 5123 ...... 4A Regional Tournament .............................. TBA TRACK & FIELD BOYS SOCCER Boys SOCCED 5/20 ......... 4A North District Prelims @ Shoreline Stadium.... 3:30PM 5/22 ...... 4A North District Finals ......................... 3:30PM 5/29-30.. State Track Meet ....... MT Tahoma HS ........... 9:00AM 5/22-23...State Quarter finals @ Sunset Chev Stadium, Sumner 5/22 ...... 4A State Quarter Finals @ TBD ................ TBA ;IRLS GOLF GIRLS GOLF 5127 ...... State ....................... Yakima(Apple Tree GC)TBD 5/28 ...... State ....................... Yakima(Apple Tree GC)TBD 5/27 ...... State Toumament..Sun Willows GC ... ......... TBA GIRLS TENNIS GIRLS TENNIS No Events Scheduled 5/20 ...... 4A District 5/21-22.4A District Tourney @ Jackson ............ I:00PM Tourney @ Jackson ............ 3:00PM GIRLS SOFTBALL GIRLS SOFTBALL 5/20 ......... Distncb - games 1~2,3,4 @ ~re W.-Janicki Pk.... 4:00 PM 5/23 ...... 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